What is CBD?
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CBD AND THC
Though they come from the same plant source, cannabis, CBD and THC have drastically different chemical effects on the body. Until very recently, CBD was marginalized and stigmatized for its close proximity to THC; however, in recent years it has become accepted as a potentially therapeutic agent, and is in the process of being fully explored by scientists and governmental and regulatory researchers.
MISINFORMATION & PUBLIC CONFUSION ABOUT CBD
Although regulatory agencies and government agencies have not ruled on the use of CBD to treat the symptoms it is currently being studied for, users of CBD claim results of relief almost across the board. And recently, the FDA made headlines for approving a CBD-derived medication to treat certain forms of epilepsy.
Still, confusion about CBD is abundant. That’s why, as a service to our customers, 1800 Pure CBD provides this page’s detailed information about CBD, so as to educate, inform and empower.
ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS TO USING CBD?
Generally, CBD is well-tolerated and considered safe for all users. However, as with any other supplement taken over-the-counter, there is a statistically negligible chance that CBD could cause adverse reactions for some people, or that it could interact with certain medications. As with any other dietary supplement, it’s always best to consult with your physician before use if you are pregnant, nursing, have or suspect you might have a serious medical condition or are currently taking other medications.
THE FUTURE OF CBD
With all the new information coming out of scientific studies about CBD, the sky’s the limit. And as proud players within the CBD industry, we at 1800 Pure CBD couldn’t be more excited to see what the potential uses of this wonder compound might be. Last but not least, it’s worth mentioning that the financial sector is investing heavily in CBD, as evidenced by Market Research Future’s prediction that the industry will grow at a 58% CAGR between 2019 and 2026.