CBD is getting all of the attention these days, and with that comes intense scrutiny. Does it really work? Are its claims bogus? Will the FDA ever fully accept it?
But one area of scientific research that deserves much more attention is that of cannabis and its effect on Alzheimer’s and dementia. There have already been a handful of studies conducted that show some positive results — not in preventing the disease or curing it, but in slowing its progression and improving quality of life.
In one mice-based study, THC, CBD and other cannabinoids were combined and administered to the subjects while they were experiencing the early symptomatic stage of Alzheimer’s. THC and CBD did the most to “prevent learning impairment,” and there was change in the plaques responsible for building up and causing memory blockages.
The Chicago Tribune wrote an article on this here: https://www.chicagotribune.com/marijuana/sns-tft-cannabis-alzheimers-and-hope-are-on-the-horizon-20190802-75z5h57vonhcrg4asmp3lkz53e-story.html
What this really comes down to is the ageless battle between good and evil or in other words the battle between God and Satan. While not a single death has ever been attributed to cannabis (God made) during the entire history of planet earth, millions of deaths are attributed to alcohol each year. Why do you suppose this is? Alcohol is man made and highly profitable. Cannabis is God made and therefore can not be patented. God wanted it to be free and made it grow like a weed in almost any climate and that is why it is illegal in some places.
CBD – the non-psychoactive cannabinoid, rumored to be the cure for nearly everything, is taking the world by storm. Commonly known as CBD oil, Cannabidiol is derived from the cannabis plant but is a non-psychoactive compound – unlike cannabis’s other main component, Tetrahydrocannabinol (or THC). In other words, CBD is said to deliver therapeutic benefits without the high.
CBD sales are expected to soar from $591 million globally in 2018 to $22 billion worldwide by 2022. Given this level of projected growth, we had to ask, what are consumers giving up in favor of CBD? What do industries stand to lose as a result of CBD adoption? And if they are fast and agile enough, what do they stand to gain?
The way consumers are introduced to or sold on CBD is largely through personal recommendations, especially amongst 18-35-year-olds. Network Marketing companies such as Hempworx are dominating the market.
As is typical of a fast-growing market, there is a near-constant flow of news coverage on CBD. News is the largest source of awareness overall in the US at 53%.
Friends telling friends has been key to CBD’s meteoric rise in awareness and adoption. Nearly two-thirds (65%) of those who tried/use CBD said they heard about it through friends and family. The word is spreading online as well with 46% of CBD users gaining awareness through social media. And store staff play a key role in helping new and returning customers, with 31% saying that store employees are a source of awareness for them.
Younger Americans are listening to guidance and recommendations from store staff. Compared to those 35+, three times as many 18-35 users learn about CBD from store staff.
Interestingly, 10% of those who tried CBD for the first time received it as a gift, underscoring CBD as a peer-to-peer phenomenon.
The last thing Big Pharma wants is a free cure for anything. They make billions keeping you sick.
It is kind of like seat belt laws. It is a fact that seat belts can kill as well as save. If you are traveling through an intersection and belted to the door as a truck runs a red light and plows into your door, you will be killed, not saved. The purpose of the law is not to save lives, it is to increase the power of the Police State. Same with cannabis. A father has an epileptic child having a hundred seizures a month. The father discovers that cbd oil stops the seizures completely or reduces them to only one or two a month. The government tells the father that if he saves the life of his child with cbd or even attempts to reduce the child’s suffering, then the cop will jail or kill the father. This was the way the police state worked until 2018.
This is why it was so incredibly important for President Trump to sign the Farm Bill. And Big Pharma hates him for it. It allows farmers in Kentucky to grow a crop that heals instead of kills, like tobacco.
Our Founding Fathers all grew hemp and used it for ropes, paper, and many other things.
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