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Brittney Griners Coach: If It Was LeBron, He Would Be Home
"There's so much news going on and so much craziness left it so out of control. But I want to talk about Britney griner. Now I know for a fact y'all don't know who Brittany grinder is 'cause she's a women's basketball player. And I don't think nobody watches women's basketball. They can't even dunk. However, she's making the news because she ended up going to jail out there in Russia. Why she in jail, mister Tatum, is it because she's black? Is it because she's a woman? Because she's a part of the LGBTQ and Russia wants to punish her and have her as a political prisoner. No. It's because she committed a crime. She tried to smuggle illegal drugs into Russia. I think it was a CBD, not CBD. It was some marijuana peeing or something like that. That she smuggled in. Did she not know the laws of the land? Yes, she, of course she did. She tried with the Russia many times. I believe she played on the sports team there in the off season. So she'd been there a hundred times. And obviously I'm exaggerating a number, but she's been there many times. Enough to know better. But you know what, when you live in a place, or a reality where you do not have to be held accountable for anything, then of course you think you can smuggle into somebody else's country. And if you ever get caught, you think somebody's supposed to bail you out. Because you have never taken responsibility for your own actions. Now, of course, her coach came out and I'm not going to say her coach's name because she's completely irrelevant just as much as your girl Brittany grinder is irrelevant. Her coach comes out and makes the most ignorant statement I've ever heard in my life. She said, well, let me say her first statement was smart. The rest of her statements were ignorant. She said if this was LeBron James, they would have gotten a matter a long time ago. Duh, duh. You talking about one of the greatest basketball players to ever play. Of course they would get him out of there. Why, mister Tatum? Because half of America would be protesting right now and it would be talking about it on television all day long around almost every sports lovers dining room table, they're going to be talking about LeBron James. How can in the NBA continue without LeBron James?
"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"U C L A health and I quote. We now know the Endocannabinoid system is involved in a wide variety of processes, including pain, memory, mood, appetite, stress, sleep, metabolism, immune function and reproductive function. And the cannabinoids are arguably one of the most widespread and versatile signaling molecules known to man unquote. Honestly, I could stop right there and this discussion and you would understand everything I would want to get across to anyone suffering from diabetes, prediabetes any other chronic disease process? CBD is not a cure. Rather, it is a bridge of powerful and short bridge to improve health. A common thing. I've seen diabetic nerve damage called your apathy that chronic pain in the legs, arms, hands and gut that many diabetics suffer from CBD helps him managing and healing such pain. From now, the top four things diabetic patients should consider if they want to try CBD for the first time number one new your research. Look up what I'm saying, look at other angles and other experts discussing how to use CBD. Number to clear it with your doctor. First. Most physicians not understand this knowledge. Bring what I said. To bring that research to your doctor. Number three use a full spectrum CBD. This ensures all the components that are involved with activating those healing receptors are being triggered and number four experiment with a dosage. Start low at around five mg two times a day and go up from there. It may not work at first, but it is much better to start low and slow in order to find that sweet spot of help. Research. Reliable brands do not trust grocery store and gas station see BDs. So for more information about how to.
"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Welcome to understanding CBD. Thank you for joining us. I am so excited to be here, guys. And what an awesome song to start the show. Thanks. That's great pick. Thank you, and it only gets better from here, Joy. It only gets better from here. But, yeah, we want to thank you. Obviously, for for everything. You've done your bravery, your passion that you bring to the table. Your focus. It really is inspiring. And, um, we're really honored to have you on the show. Um, finally, you know, I guess Maximally took his 80 episodes, right? That's it. So if that's any Um, advice for young kids. Don't give up right now. Give up. Keep going. Keep going. Think good. Things do happen anyway. We, um we went at once We get to know you a little bit later, we'll get we'll get to know your but first we'll get to some other things, but what I wanted to know really was How did cannabis make its way into your life? Uh, you know, it is a part of everybody. If you even look back into your own childhood, like when was the first time that you heard of this thing, so I guess. The reality is in high school. It was the first time that I consumed cannabis, and so it was a part of my life really sense. Probably. I I was a joy. I think the scene the first time that I that I consumed cannabis, um and so only knew about it from the perspective of, frankly The relief spirituality, a different train of thoughts, dancing relaxation, but it really didn't become a major part of my life until I began to follow the Grateful Dead in 1990. Wow. So what about the the Grateful Dead? What happened there? That changed for you. Because the Grateful Dead actually imagine bit of a poster child for the Grateful Dead barren mind that it was really as much as a traveling amazing circus that it was. This was the Grateful Dead was carrying the torch of All of these movements, all of these revolutions of consciousness of religion of veganism of home birth. I learned about everything. I mean, I ended up having my two Children at home because of information that I learned on Grateful dead tour. And what I learned on grateful Dead towards the spring of 1990 was some excerpts from the book. The Emperor wears no clothes, which is really the foundation or the Bible of the Hence end are forms of cannabis movements. Written by Jack Error. Um, may he rest in peace and edited by Chris Conrad, who's still with us. Thank goodness and such a prolific Activists and it it just transport the information that this plant that had been this sort of clandestine dark hide about it, You know, shouldn't be very proud People. Look, don't look upon this. Well, all of those social taboos. All of a sudden, I was given this enlightening bit of information that this plant is not something to be ashamed of. This plant. Not only had the American government who have been the entire global bullies by the way for global prohibition Tried to remove the plant, eradicate the plans from our consciousness but also tried to remove all knowledge of the plant from our consciousness and that in fact, just from these few facts that I had learned our libraries are encyclopedias, our books, our history books. And there are books about every industry should be filled with knowledge of this plant. And it is not. And so at that point what kicked in for me was a sense of planetary healing a sense of justice. Combined with how I was already feeling about this one aspect of this plant, which was smoking it and it was a convergence that literally altered the trajectory of my entire life..
Tommy Chong Discusses His Cancer Treatment
"I have a who was She used to be a big pot smoker but hasn't smoked in thirty years but she's got cancer and just trying to have the conversation about the be roll it. Cbd can be complain healing because she's Person who went to get sober you know went through a program now doesn't touch anything that might be. Get your high at all. And i know. Cbd doesn't get you high but afraid of of anything might lead back to alcoholism or anything like that. So i to ask you about when you had canter beatcancer with cbd. The only treatment you went to or was that part of a regimen with regular medical stuff. Or how did how did you be cancelled. Only know it was part of a re regular medical not only raised their medical but the the very best because of my celebrity You know i i. The word went out that i needed the best of the best right. It's like anything you know like buying a new car or some. Yeah you can buy an old wreck knowing months because it's just laying there you give some guy twenty bucks you got it. That's the same thing as medical advice. The i know you know you got the you know the the guy down the street or you know the guy. The homeless guy might talia hotta not a conduct in ohio. How you should not be backdated or you know when you get that kind of advice or you can use your celebrities and see how how which you know you get. The best of the best right is that that's what rich people do. Rich people the past names of the best of the best around the best restaurant the best cook the best Bakke shit spot. The best end the best way to treat a an illness. And and and so i use my celebrity. I sure i did. When when i got cancer i had. I had a ton of people. Come up you know. Say well now. You can really proved marijuana. Is the only thing you need that you know or or rick simpson oil orch or if you try disdain. This work did not end and then it went to the first doctor went to. It wasn't even him. It was his son and his son kind of took over the office because the Original doctor died now. His son never really had the reputation that i was looking for however he served a purpose. It's like it's like asking a top lawyer for advice which you get for free and then you hire the the the cheapest lawyer in you. Tell them what to do
"cbd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing
"Shop. Affi- store already built and then all of a sudden. Hey you can't process payments so I'm going to shed some light on what you can do and help you clarify some options so you can get started and start scaling easily So you know. don't fred there are some solutions. And i know it's a scary time and it's you know you feel like you know perhaps your you've wasted a lot of time kind of doing all the other stuff before a focusing on payments and obviously getting being able to accept credit. Cards online for your. Cbd shop is a huge part of running a successful business so Let me explain a couple of steps You know listen till the end. I have a few very easy things that you can do to help you And obviously you can get in touch with me if you have any questions or if i can help any further so couple of things that i just want to. Mention is the basics of getting approved. So you've built your shop. Five store You know you or or whatever whatever back and you decided to go. But a lot of people use shop affi- and then you've you know you have your skews ready and your manufacturing in your fulfilment so those things you know. I'm just going to kind of push into the of assuming that you you've you've done that in you're ready to go on that end And those are very good first. Step so congratulations on getting to that point in your business because that's necessary in order to start a looking for payment processing solution The important thing that you have to keep in mind is what are you selling are you selling. Cbd are you selling hemp based Skin-care are you selling buds or flowers or other products. Whatever the case is you have to make sure You know you limit the the amount of skews that you have so a lot of merchants kind of go into the mistake of having this like blanketed store with a whole bunch of different products Apply for a merchant account and everybody says no. The one thing you have to keep in mind is that every bank in every payment processor may have a certain section of cbd or cd based products that they're willing to support for example some merchant processes are very good with cbd but they won't do anything skin-care related so they like the adjustable they don't want the skin-care others are fine with the skin care but not with the buds or the flowers or whatever the case is.
How to Get Approved For A CBD Merchant Account
"Couple of things that i just want to. Mention is the basics of getting approved. So you've built your shop. Five store You know you or or whatever whatever back and you decided to go. But a lot of people use shop affi- and then you've you know you have your skews ready and your manufacturing in your fulfilment so those things you know. I'm just going to kind of push into the of assuming that you you've you've done that in you're ready to go on that end And those are very good first. Step so congratulations on getting to that point in your business because that's necessary in order to start a looking for payment processing solution The important thing that you have to keep in mind is what are you selling are you selling. Cbd are you selling hemp based Skin-care are you selling buds or flowers or other products. Whatever the case is you have to make sure You know you limit the the amount of skews that you have so a lot of merchants kind of go into the mistake of having this like blanketed store with a whole bunch of different products Apply for a merchant account and everybody says no. The one thing you have to keep in mind is that every bank in every payment processor may have a certain section of cbd or cd based products that they're willing to support for example some merchant processes are very good with cbd but they won't do anything skin-care related so they like the adjustable they don't want the skin-care others are fine with the skin care but not with the buds or the flowers or whatever the case is so you have to keep in mind that you know focus on what you think is going to be your biggest seller. The important thing is to get your business off the ground so even you know. Having ten twenty products is going to be difficult to You know to to to continue. Because you're not going to be able to process or you're not gonna be profitable on each skew. Read from the beginning. So pick your one or two best cus- focus on those ga- payment processing on those and then you know you can scale from there and add more products and get more payment processing once you kind of understand How how it all
Physical Symptoms of Fat Loss
"Know everybody's going to be different with with what they experience. I don't know about eight. I've never heard aches as like really something related to fat loss. I would be concerned about an ache inside your body that you're having all the time so i don't know about that left upper. I don't know what that could be. So if you continue to have pain check with your doctor about that. You're gallbladders on the right right. I was just thinking like what is on your left. Upper your stomach or small intestines just found the coolest picture. Ever the left upper. Is your spleen colon. Left kidney increase. Is that where your spleen is. According to this picture. Okay so in the left. Lumber is you're descending colon and left kidney so yeah you might wanna check with dr gallbladders on the right but okay. I didn't know where the spleen was. I couldn't answer that for a million dollars. I would have thought the spleen was somewhere else. It's also in the the center top so it's like the center top to the left. Yep so i wouldn't think that would be something to just let go or assume that it's normal. I would not seem normal as far as that. What you're talking about that beads. Or ps under the skin. Yes i actually felt that. What is that what's happening. I don't know but that's something that you that you'll you'll feel right under the skin like i'll feel it on my abdomen like a little. It feels like you're rubbing a little something. I don't know what's happening like. I said but yeah people have reported. It smells you know. Yeah you talked about. Dna about ketosis breath. You'll certainly have different odors in your breath. Based on that as far as things coming out in your sweat urine that could also be related to if you're detoxing something because we know that toxins are stored in our fat cells and so as you're releasing fat. Whatever was in their stashed away. Whenever you stored that fat is gonna come out and if you were exposed to something weird during that time your body packed it away. You might be smelling it as it's coming back out. I did notice when i was in deep ketosis that my urine would have a certain kind of a smell to it. That sounds lovely to say right. Let's talk about the way our urine smells. But anyway it's just something like whenever i would do atkins for example back in the day i would always try to do atkins. There was a certain smell but always been long with that after a few days. So tim
Residents say flood-hit German towns got little warning
"Residents say they were given little warning and no sense of the scale of the danger before last week's deadly floods. State authorities have declined to comment on what mistakes might have been made. Hundreds of lives were lost in the flooding. Also, hundreds more people still remain missing.
Cannabinoids in the Beauty Industry: Why Should We Care?
"Looking at a cannabinoid in the beauty industry. Why should we care about them. So the two main reasons we should care about them and these are the to not only these silliest for skin care but they're also the most supportive teams we have on. Cd amick no. It's not that they're anti inflammatory empty. Oxidant which is what we seek as formula. There's so much in the skincare. were making especially. If we're making skin care from mature skins or redeemed with skinnier tation or skin sensitization. So anti inflammatory. Antioxidant are the two million therapeutic properties that not only the strongest and but the most chemically
"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"CBD. Hello there, maximal. Hey, hey. Hey, Steve Woman we are here with Pamela Hatfield, co founder of Hello, MD. And Easter health. That song was actually Panelist Suggestion. That's the gambler Kenny Rogers. Now what's the significance in your life for that song? 7 11 7 11. I think everything you need to know about life. You can learn from Kenny. Wrong. Rogers singing the gambler, right? Yeah, I think you're right to hold him. You got to know in the bottom and you've got to no one to run. That's right. That's great. That's a That's a fantastic song we appreciate and we do also have a Spotify playlist for understanding CBD dot com So you can always jump on Spotify. Check the playlist that song. Will be on there. It will. Indeed, as soon as we finish up the show here so before we move over from hell, M d I wanted to ask you based on your experiences there. Can you tell us a little bit more about what's really the few stand out things about CBD that our listeners can benefit from? The few standout things I mean. I just think that DVD is such a remarkable part of the cannabis plant. It's really one of the unsung heroes. I think. And as, uh, as the recreational sort of movement goes across the United States. It seems that so many people are focused on THC and and how much THC isn't something, but it's the the cannabinoid DVD that that balance is off. That plant and it's sort of like I like to say that THC is like the extroverts and CBD is an introvert, right? That's a great analogy. All Yeah, thanks for closing the door on that. You know, we're obviously fans of CBD in cannabis, but you know, there's a lot of conversations that have been taking us towards the direction of psychedelic. So we want to move into your new venture. Easter health. Why don't you tell us a little bit about that? Well, you know, Easter house was really born out of my experience that Hello, Andy. Um we've seen hundreds of thousands of patients over the years. And I've had the great fortune and honor speaking to so many of the patients that have come through our door. And of course, I feel that just So many questions about cannabis, but it was Um, you know, and I'll just back that up a little bit that, um, that people often are coming to hell, OMG because they have a health problem. You know, it's it's We? We have a mental health crisis in our society. I think everyone knows that, but, um, But people have a lot of different health challenges. And it was about three years ago that people started to ask me and droves about psychedelics. And I was a little bit uncomfortable because I didn't know that much about it at the time, and I was definitely I'm not a doctor and I wasn't qualified to answer some of these questions, and they were They were pretty consistent with how can psychedelics help me with my depression? My trauma, my chronic pain. Where can I gain access to psychedelic? Which, of course, you know is is challenging for most people. Um, you know, And is it going to help me? It was at that point that I started to take a deep dive into the psychedelic science and research and realized we're in the midst of the psychedelic renaissance. The science has been happening in earnest and a lot of it over the last decade, and it's proving out that psychedelics Are really healthcare disruptor on so many different levels, if not just for mental health care, But for we're just we're at the tip of the actual iceberg of what what we believe psychedelics can do in terms of addiction, mental health care, chronic pain. So on and so forth, so I became a strategic advisor to Numinous, which is a well known psychedelics company up in Canada. I got to know a lot of people in the industry. But then I started to think about my experiences that Helen D. And One thing that I saw over the years that was so clear where women suffered disproportionately from so many different kinds of health challenges, whether it's depression, anxiety, fibromyalgia, migraines, so on and so forth. So I really started to consider. You know what What is the cross section of some tech women's health care and psychedelics? And can I move into this industry and somehow merge these together and have positive social impact? On women's health, because not only do we suffered disproportionately from so many different things were often overlooked. And in modern day medicine. We've been left out of clinical trials when trials do do actually happen these days. The results aren't differentiated based on gender, so You know a lot of the drugs that are on the market today that we take both men and women have actually been designed for male biology. So Easter Health is out on the forefront. We want to to develop psychedelic derived medicines that help women from PMS, menopause and, you know, make a real difference. And look at women and design. Uh, you know, psychedelic derived medicines. Specifically for their needs and for them. Gotcha. That's a great mission and much needed. So Bravo were applauding you for sure. And and we would definitely want to help get some wind in your sails. I do need to take a step back just for our for everyone here because you are a leader. You're in the edge. You're blazing a trail. We need to break things down a little bit simpler for us to hear that are just kind of watching from the sidelines. So I just want to ask you a simple question. I know it may not be simple, but what are psychedelics? No, that's actually it's a much harder question to answer. Um, because psychedelics are really anything that change your your, um Walter you physically and mentally so, actually, you know, coffee could be called a psychedelic. Um, you know, I haven't read it yet. But Michael Pollan just came out with his new book The This is your mind on plants. And it it tackles tackles some of this within that. Yeah. Okay, So let me maybe I can talk. Let me give you some context, then so when when customers come up or people come up to us, they have an issue like you mentioned. They're not well, for whatever reason, mental physical they come to Max and man, they say. Um, you know, I don't want to use marijuana because it can be intoxicating and its psychoactive. Um so I want to start with trying CBD because it doesn't have those properties is not psychoactive. And then And then there's also differential between is something psychoactive verse intoxicating. Um, But like so, so you could consider THC, I guess would that be considered a psychedelic? It depends on who you actually talked to. Some. Some researchers and doctors do consider it a psychedelic. It's more often and frequently called psychoactive, But psychedelic is typically, um, you know, referring to the types of drugs that will give you hallucinate, you know, hallucinogenic sor hallucinations, not hallucinate. You know to try. Yeah. Listen it visual tripping. Tripping. Need one, right? Uh, but, um You know the interesting thing about psychedelic? Uh, psychedelics is that not all of them do that. Um and a psychedelic that's actually legal in the United States. Right now it's ketamine, and it's being used quite effectively for the treatment of depression. That's you know, it's a psychedelic, but it's more of what they call it. The Associated People who have intractable depression will go into these clinics and get an I V ketamine infusion. And for for many people, it's extremely helpful. Yeah, well, that's good. I know the the answer of it's a gray area because it's still being developed. And you know what is that's a and I respect that. It's a good answer. That you raised the question. What's the legal issues that you see with psychedelics? So it's interesting looks like a dog because people often compare it being parallel track with cannabis that, um, psychedelics are going down a very different pathways than cannabis did and they're going through the FDA. Uh, FDA approval route. So Where psychedelic stand today is that suicide and an N D m a R R, basically on their way to being approved as a prescribed medicine. Where people will most likely have access to clinically assisted psychotherapy with either so aside my way, Okay. Magic mushrooms or n DNA by 2000 and 23. So this opens the door for other psychedelic molecules and substances to go down similar pathways. Um, so we will be seeing clinically assisted psychotherapy available to people in the near future. That's encouraging and You know, the passion that you have for the business? I mean, Stephen and I are clearly guinea pigs for our business. The question is, Are you a giant lab rat for yours as well? Well, you know, it's an interesting question, and I'm asked that quite frequently and Depending on what it is. Yes, but you know when, when we were in the middle of Covid. I really hit rock bottom in terms of just feeling depressed, and I'm not a I'm not a depressed type of person and Um, you know, I talked to a couple of doctors and they suggested I go on to F series and I'm I'm all for F series if they work for you, But for me, that just wasn't a pathway. I wanted to go down. And so somebody suggested that I tried my producing LSD and I was fortunate has access to the substance and micro dosing is some perceptible sub perceptual just like it is with cannabis and So I micro dosed LSE for every third day. For about three months. But I will say after the first week I felt right as rain like it was. Whether it's a placebo or not. I don't like it worked for me..
How a Movement of Cannabis-Fueled Athletes Is Changing the Science of Sports
"Certainly experimented with a lot more more different approaches than just ten to twenty milligram dose of of cbd in writing this book. And i i really thought jus- i like one of the most entertaining. Parts of the book in the early sections was something i was totally unaware of. And that's something called the four twenty games. I didn't know there was such a thing. But i was kind of chuckling reading that section of the book and i'm curious what were the four twenty games those kind of have to do with your initial inspiration for writing this thing. Yeah by that time. I had been using cannabis for a long time personally and had been using it As a runner for maybe about a year at that point and as journalists there been so much to cover in terms of events or news and so for the poor twenty games when it was touring around america in came through boulder was really just another assignment That i had you know. I was curious about other people doing the same thing that high abeille believed i discovered and a lot of people had that story like they thought they were the only ones who like to get high and workout but in terms of a games as competition for twenty games isn't really like it. It's not comparable to the olympics or or any sort of organized sport. It's it's it's more just a An exhibition of of kind There was a four point. Two mile fund. Run run the boulder reservoir when i went there My understanding is that they have bigger events out in la that are a little more competitive But it was there that i met a recall into a wound up being one of the central characters of my book. He's a A very accomplished ultra marathon runner here in colorado and he was kind of one of the celebrity athletes at the port. Twenty games had come out and do the fun run and talk to people and then after the run there were a lot of tables with all of these different products. Couldn't sell any thc products. But there were a lot of non psychoactive products. They're in really. It was my first entry point to this side of the industry Because the cannabis industry have been around for a few years by that point in their been loads of different types of events but a lot of them were kind of more of the high times stone or culture type events not like exercising athletes. You mean right. Even though that's culture existed at and i don't think it was quite as cohesive because of that fact that a lot of people didn't know that the others who are doing the same thing that they were But when i was out there. I met a lot of people who are like. Yeah i like to smoke a joint and then go lift weights. Or i like to take an edible and then go run a trail so that was one of the early moments where i was like may be more than just a quirky thing that i do or that a handful of people do it may be something. That's actually quite popular and profoundly under
Will a US Digital Dollar Protect Privacy?
"What's going on guys. It is tuesday june fifteenth. And today we're talking about a us digital dollar and specifically whether a future digital dollar will preserve privacy center bank digital currencies. Have been one of the key undercurrent of this show for basically as long as i've been doing it as i've said before and i'll say again. Ultimately the breakdown is about shifts in power particularly economic power. The question of central bank digital currencies is absolutely one of power and that question runs on a few dimensions. There is the question of the power balance between states. The best example of this is china whose digital yuan efforts are at least in part an attempt to extend the sphere of influence of their native currency to internationalize the r&b and claim a larger status as a global settlement currency and world reserve asset. Smaller nations are likely to as well looked to digital currencies chess piece and reimagining where they sit importantly this won't always lead them to their own native digital fiat's as we've seen in the case of el salvador there may be compelling reasons to instead look to a non-sovereign non-aligned independent money as well. But there's also a key question of the balance of power within states specifically between state and non-state actors is having the ability to create currencies in the first place. This is a power historically monopolized by the state however private actors sometimes companies more often now. Decentralized networks are taking on that role in an increasingly significant way. It was after all facebook's ill-fated entrance into the cbd's space with its libra announcement that acted like a global starting gun for every government to take seriously the future of their currency as digital and of the global powers. No one took that threat more seriously than china and it wasn't just facebook that they were concerned.
Combatting Cannabis Myths
"Tom. we're back with kurt. Robbins for twenty four twenty ongoing series of tweets bite-size educational bits. Hey kurt how you doing today. I'm doing well tom. How's life in san diego. Good getting my second shot soon in looking forward to going out to restaurants and having a beer at a bar in just living life exactly back back in the norm the things that are dear and special to us. Yeah i i miss the Bar experienced too. I know both of us prefer to tout. Cbd thc over ethanol. You know being heavy drinkers but there is something. That's really fun. North america about sitting at a bar and meeting people in having a few drinks. I think it's going to be a fun summer in that. There's so much pent up demand for just human connection and you know let's all get out there and have fun this year. I think you're right here in vegas. They're setting new records every weekend So i know their best year to date with a few years ago when they hit forty six million people came to visit vegas. One calendar year so Some are predicting they're gonna beat it because of all this pent up demand so we'll see it's to be the roaring twenties all over again. Let's only with legal. We'd right but you brought up a really good topic that some scrutiny and it relates to an article published in the journal of general internal medicine in march about internet claims on the health benefits of issues. Right about that. Well this is The results of the study. You know the get almost click beta fish in that in a nutshell they found. We'll talk about the details in a second but the results that blew. everybody's mind. Are they checked all these information. Sources and searched for terms like marijuana benefits. And we'd benefits and marijuana health and canvas health etc. All trying to see what was available through lay publications to lay people on the internet as amplified by social media and they found that eighty percent by their definition. That's just one study and one set of researchers but by their definition eighty percent of what they found was patently. Totally false
Understanding Cannabinoids Dr Swathi Varanasi
"Today we have a special guest in. I'm excited to speak with her today. We have dr swazi varanasi dr swot analyses or dr swazi for short is a bilingual pharmacist. Specializing in integrative health implant medicine. She serves as a medical consultant for cbd before and food brands. A natural medicines educator for physicians and students a published clinical researcher and a multimedia content contributor for print and online publications emphasizing in evidence based health and wellness approached. Dr swazi is passionate about empowering everyone to be the best most authentic versions of themselves so the welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so glad you could join us. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about yourself who you are where you came from and what your passions are and how you ended up doing what you're doing. Yeah absolutely thank you for that interest so as you said. I'm an integrative health. Pharmacist and i knew from day one that i wanted to do something in healthcare and i knew that i was interested in integrative health of course in the beginning i didn't know it was called but i knew that i was interested in looking at all the different modalities of health and how we can use a combination to really lead our best wives and so when i was looking through opportunities when it came to college which i did college at in northfield minnesota carlton college absolutely loved and then after that i wanted to get a new perspective and i knew that i at that point wanted to perceive pharmacy because at that point a lot of the people that i knew in my family friends circle and everything. They had such interesting different jobs. So i wanted to pursue pharmacy. 'cause i knew that i could gain the skill set and able to use it to do a lot of different things and then also eventually be a part of integrative health and just wasn't really sure what that would look
VP to focus on border diplomacy; no immediate plans to visit
"Members of Congress from both parties were at the Mexico border as the number of unaccompanied children keeps growing for the Democrats Texas congressman Joaquin Castro was at a housing facility even these facilities that have better conditions in the CBD processing centers are not the places for kids Texas Republican senator John Cornyn says this is a humanitarian crisis the smugglers the the the drug runners they understand our laws and they know how to exploit them it's a growing challenge for the buy did ministration GOP lawmakers like Texas senator Ted Cruz are seizing on the issue all of us today witnessed the Biden cages Minnesota democratic congresswoman L. Han Omar talked about her father's decision when she was eight years old to fully conflict he was making a decision for me to live I'm a Donahue
Fed's Powell Says Public Should Understand Risks of Bitcoin
"Fed Reserve chair Jerome Powell said on Monday that the US public needs to understand the risks behind Bitcoin and other crypto currencies even as the central bank itself studies the potential costs and benefits of a digital dollar of Powell said the Fed is conducting research through an in house technology lab and collaborating with M I T to study if the public wants or needs a digital currency, but the risk to individuals That is significant, according to pal. Or work on CBD sees is not primarily motivated, Aided by the appearance on the scene of crypto currencies and stable coins, it really is fundamentally technology has made it possible for us to offer a new form of trusted money and that sovereign anchor that has been so important for economic development for a very long time. And we're looking carefully at whether to do that. So turning your question crypto assets which we call him, Chris Crypto assets, You know, they're they're highly volatile. See Bitcoin. And therefore not really useful is a store of value and they're not backed by anything. They're more of an asset for speculation, so they're also not particularly in use as a means of payment. It's more a speculative asset that Z essentially a substitute for gold rather than for the dollar. And I think with crypto assets of the Publicly still understand the risks. The principal thing is there's the volatility is also the outsized energy requirements requirement for for mining on the fact that they're not backed by anything which I which I mentioned. Turning to stable coins so to the extent of stable corners back by sovereign currencies of leading nations. That's certainly an improvement over crypto assets, I would say, but nonetheless. Where is the credibility Come from? It comes from that sovereign currency that is the backstop. You know, the thing is existing sovereign currencies are issued with the benefit of the public in mind that potentially fast and wide adoption of a global stable coin. Potentially a global currency, governed only by the incentives or private company is something that will deserve and will receive. Highest level of regulatory expectations. Um so and his regulation where it needs to be on global stable coins yet it's not, but we're making progress. Nonetheless, stable coins may have a role to play with appropriate regulation, but that role will not be to form the basis of a new global monetary system. Um, private, stable coins. They're not gonna be inappropriate Substitute for a sound monetary system based in central bank money, Bitcoin has soared nearly tenfold and value compared with a year ago, hovering around 57,000 on Monday. Meanwhile, Tesla has said that it was buying 1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin and with soon start accepting Bitcoin payments of four cars.
Rejoice Ncha Fon Shares Why Not Everybody Is As Blessed As We Are
"Welcome. Thank you jurisdiction. Yes it's been a struggle with internet bug. We're it looks like it's doing okay. How is it doing georgia. Okay now are some thank you for having me on for inviting me. This episode is supported by premium gene with free shipping on all products premium. Jane is dedicated to delivering the natural benefits of cbd to those who truly need it. Go to premium. Jane dot com and save twenty percent with coupon code gratitude. I am really honored to be here. Hi everyone my name east archery. Rejoice you know it could be a little bit stressful when you think about it because it's literally the verb of being happy you know so but i don't know if we will today speculation most of the time but i'm trying right now so really unable to be here and when georgian reached out and he was like you should join she comes the podcast I don't know like majority of those. Who are your podcast. Have an idea of what the alive. And i don't know from one of those so really Onto each year to talk about my story. So thank you jim. I'm pleasure my pleasure and and about the last part that you mentioned believing that we're we're all in this together and we're figuring things out as we go along and i think the fact that we are on this journey is together is what makes this Journey beautiful that we are learning from each other and growing together and Enriching our lives. And i think we can. We can all add something to that so. I'm really happy that you accepted my invitation q. So i wanted to ask you first. What's your take on gratitude. What does it mean for you and You have a definition or something that resonates with you Yes so to me. Gratitude to pons and enjoy the process and one of the times we find ourselves setting goals for ourselves When i reach that goal then i'll be happy then. I'll be grateful for reaching that goal but the thing is that girl doesn't often bring us happiness yet because imagine if you don't reach that goal in time from that you set for yourself than are you going to be happy. Are you not going to be great food for whatever you've learned during that process are you wouldn't to be grateful for the people who have helped you to get to that point. We are even if it's not the final goal that he wanted to so gusty to need means to pause the process and to leave in the present again will always thinking okay three years from now. What am i going to do. And that's great. That's guts grit plant great plan to have. But are you happy a fool for what you're going through right now. How are you kia things and so to leave in the present and to thankful for everything whether small or big these things just make me are ship things lot more and now when i see somebody who's beautiful. Who's handsome hoax good. I appreciate them. Because i knew that me thinking about appreciating them. I actually appreciate them. You know if if you see somebody doing well. I work or really good job. And you're you're thinking to yourself. Oh that looks really nice will. It doesn't hurt actually save. You know so really being appreciative of everything big or small and living in the moment in the present. Aligning yourself time to pause. Enjoy the process of you. Growing a few being a better version of yourself is one of the things that threats to really means fridley.
Lab to Beauty Founder Alison Ragusa on Her Iconic Lip Balm
"I have here. It's the moisturizing lip. Balm i love this. I don't know if people can see this but it's massive so now. I have one of these here. That i just leave on my desk. I mean i don't know how to use all of this. I've got one in every pocket. But but but what made you decide. We're going to do something that is like two to three times. The size of a normal chapstick. So that's definitely become iconic product. And i've got a props to my dad. That was his idea. He's like size matters by you. Know it's like you know so. Everyone is losing their chapstick How cool would like a really big chapstick v. And so we did it in like you know the latitude the the really cool thing about it is. It's it's a collection. It's a universal fletcher For both women and men and we love to take get feedback from our male clientele. Because want it to be something. They're comfortable with two. And so i mean i will say the packaging is so chic and the scent is very it's very. It's like a clean spa sent so it's very unisex i don't feel like it's perfumey. The could definitely be men or
No, the Digital Dollar Won't Kill Bitcoin
"What's going on guys. it is actually. I have no idea what day it is one of the episodes that i'm recording in advance of being out for a couple of days to witness the birth of our new child so i'm not actually sure what day it's coming to you but i thought it would be fun to talk about digital dollars and their relationship to bitcoin given that we had some new comments. From jerome powell. The fed chair over the last couple of weeks about how a digital dollar is finally going to come to the fore of the fed strategy and twenty twenty one. The name of this piece is the same as my thesis. Which is no the digital dollar. Won't kill bitcoin to understand. Why i we need to talk a little bit about central bank digital currencies in general a central bank digital currency is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. It is the digital equivalent of cash. But isn't money already digital. You say the difference is that these digital currencies would actually be bearer instruments in other words. They're not just a digital representation of something that exists elsewhere offline so when a tether is minted for example there is theoretically a us dollar that exists somewhere that it can be redeemed for it has no other value other than that dollar that it can be exchanged for central bank digital currency a fed coined would work in a way where the digital dollar was itself. The thing that had value it wouldn't correspond to an offline dollar importantly another difference from something like tether is that it would be completely under the jurisdiction of the issuing government it would be digital fiat with the money supply that could be controlled just as it is controlled today indeed with more precision which gets us to our next question. Why are countries interested in. Cbd's there are a number of reasons. First let's talk about a cost convenience. This one is pretty obvious. Part of the classic disruption of digital alternatives is that they make things faster cheaper and easier just to understand how the government might see this the. Us spent nearly nine hundred million dollars last year. Actually printing cash. There's a cost to produce this physical thing. And this would eliminate that entirely. That's not where the efficiencies cost and convenience and however think about things like how much easier it would be to pay or extract taxes. If you had an account directly with the fed think about how much easier it would be distribute stimulus checks in fact stimulus. Checks are part of why a digital dollar came up as a bigger deal again last year. The first covid nineteen relief. Bill proposed by democrats actually had a fed account built into it as the mechanism to distribute government support so that countries are interested in. Cbd's has to do with fighting financial crime. This is one of the biggest reasons you're likely to see some version of a cdc come to pass in the us since nine eleven the us has been trying to get evermore visit into an even more control over the flows of money. This won't shock anyone. In bitcoin of crypto given how frequently the used in crime narrative is cited as a major reason to be skeptical of our industry.
Germany Gives Nuclear Plant $2.9B for Early Shutdown
"The German government has agreed to pay for utility companies to combine $2.9 billion in compensation or early closure of their nuclear plants. Germany is on course to phase out the use of nuclear power by the end of next year. Six nuclear power plants that were still in use will need to be shot down before the end of their original operating
"cbd" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"Maybe these not cheap, but I can now go next town over and I I have our best friend's son has gone to this particular dispensary. So wage. I don't need to pick brains, but it's it's helpful to you know, talk to them. I mean, they're well, they're knowledgeable. They're not dead people knowledgeable. They're they're called something usually called budtenders that is really cute. But you know the they're not again, they're not doctors, but they they get a lot of feedback and you know, a lot of this is you know is really fairly straightforward that and of course A lot of it is that also sort of myth the nobody really thinks there's any difference between indica and sativa, you know, it's really there's no scientific basis for years. but just generally speaking it is you definitely go about it the right way you go to the dispensary and get em, you know talk to somebody who's knowledgeable and again by in the smallest doses that you can you can always take more I would generally speaking I would buy CBD separately from THC because if you get dispensaries have high overheads, and so and also there's a, you know more of a tax break on t h c so that if you buy if you buy them separately in the sense that first off your dog To get CBD cheaper online or or other or just regular stores cuz they they take a less.
"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Question. How the passion with cannabis and CBD. How did you discover that you wanted to go in that direction? Actually discovered from the patient's side myself in my personal life was just having a lot of problems with anxiety and depression. So many of us do just quietly. I was really looking for things that were knew. I had tried conventional pharmaceuticals. I had tried SSR eyes, anti anxiety, benzos and all that stuff just made me feel worse. Every pill, every doctor, So I started looking for a natural remedy. And I started experimenting with DVD and I thought, OK, how can I learn more about this? I'm gonna be a bud tender, eh? So I started working in the centuries and that's kind of where My my little blossoming affection for Stevie turned into this whole thing, because really quickly while working there, I saw that there were people who needed medical advice. People who were coming in who are like my doctor won't talk to me about Kind of this or I'm too scared to talk to them about candidates, and they would talk to the bud tenders, you know, because they were the only resource they had. They became clearing up like Wow, Actually, there's a really, really defined need for some scientific information and firsthand research, which I just kind of made myself a guinea pig and started trying every seeming. What was your experience with that? You know, The first part is definitely a learning curve because I've myself here's one thing about edibles that people should know. Edibles are subject to something called the first half metabolism, which means when you eat them, your digestive tract is going to take away some of the Canavan noise and Turpin's and other good stuff in there. Now the losses that is variable, but it's generally around. 20% is what the research tells us. So me. At first, I have a very it's becoming so I would beat Gummies and eat dummies and dummies. Sounds like nothing's happening. Nothing's happening. This is bunk, which so many people are really familiar with that experience, I think It wasn't until I actually tried DVD Sublingual E, So the oil under the tongue that I felt the effects Strongly and I was like, Wow. Oh, my God! Oh, my God, and started researching different types of ways to administer CBD. Interesting because I mean ingesting CBD is not the same is ingesting THC. Bond. That's another thing. A lot of people get different. I mean, ingesting THC, if you if you get it a dose, and you may you know, lose the day of your life and a la LA land. You know what I mean? Which is necessary and fun in itself. I'm not saying things wrong with that CBD because it doesn't have a psychoactive effect. When you ingested. It doesn't have that sort of Impacted. The psychoactive are intoxicating feeling on because it's absorbed slowly, like I think generals explaining. It's how I sort of experience that it's not as instant So it's a gradual Feeling it's where last longer Mel is in, so it's not as you know, Suddenly I think some people can't handle that intoxication. I mean, other did not begin nothing wrong with it, but it's not for everybody. So I hear what you're saying. It's it's a little bit different of an experience. Lord knows we've experimented enough with enough CBD products are so Yeah, they also have you have you a speaking of before we will get off of dummies. We got to take a break in the second. The Delta Eight dummies, have you Heard much about them opinion on that real quick before we take a break. I've tried them. I've heard about them. For the people who may not be a savvy Delta eight is kind of another. It's an analog Delta nine, which is the most common THC. They get you wreck racially high self is kind of tailored for patients because it has lessened the cycle active part but stronger anti a medic properties so like for people with knowledge, it helps them avoid throwing up. And Gummies are fantastic. I love them, so you get half high. They get you high, but it's a different kind of high. It's like a high without any of the paranoia. So it kind of does the team feel like the body high effects and it has the calming part DVD, but it's own unique. Quite Hang on. You know, we got to take a break. And when we come back a little bit more, you guys stay with us. Be right back..
Registries of disabled people debated in police reform talks
"Around the country are expanding the use of voluntary registries of disabled people to include those with mental illness. It's part of an effort to improve how police interacted with people with mental illness and avoid deadly shootings by officers. Nearly a quarter of fatal shootings by police in the U. S involved mentally ill people. War on
"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of CBD. And statins are a good example of that. Another interesting and popular question popped up this week on day before his can I get addicted to CBD. Properly tested CBD oil with with an accompanying certificate of analysis that shows a TNT less than 0.3% is safe and does not have addictive properties. March. 2017 study, published in The Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Review details the priest of previous space where researchers administered various aural doses of CBD Frequent marijuana users alone and in combination with smoked marijuana. The researchers determined that CBD had as much likelihood for abuse and addiction as a placebo. In other words, Know, addictive properties at all. And a 2011 study conducted that concluded that somebody has a better safety profile compared to THC and Researchers found that high doses of CBD of up to 1500 mg per day well, well tolerated by human subjects just to give you perspective, that would be three entire bottles of Max is Stephen CBD Oil used her day deemed safe and well tolerated. Compared to keep see. CBD did not impair motor and psychological functions. Nor did it alter the heart rate, blood pressure or body temperature. So to be clear, depending on what I am treating my recommendation averages around folks. 5120 MG a day, which is the most ever recommend. That was the most I recommend is up to 500 MG a day, which is very rare for certainly. Yeah, clearly we have We need more time for more answers to many questions. They're not just simple answers. So we got to go into it. Thank you..
"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Oh, they could have made their CBD oil back then he meant that everything tends to see D D by now. I just want to remind the audience if you're just joining us. We're talking to a J. Sharma. He's a pharmacist on down a fantastic guy, and we just got through some questions. And do we have anybody else cued up? Thank you, Viki Sobel for the wonderful question. Yeah, Thanks. Vicky. Max and I were busy with THC 25 years ago. That's right on didn't have a sin pains of that time of the physical nature, So we were treating other issues. Anyway, We do have another caller Speaking of my childhood and my mom's on the phone. It's a family affair today. Hey, Strama. And we have we have my mother Janet, Janet woman. Hello. Hello. Mr. How are you? I am fine. How are you? I'm doing great. I'm so happy to be on here with your son. Yeah, I'm happy this year. I won't listen to his show every week. He and Max do a great job. Thank you. And I had a question for you about a medic. Interaction of the medication and I take every day, but, um Breast cancer five years ago, and I'm still on electrical and I'm wondering if there's any drug reaction interaction with that, and the CBD that I take every day. So CBD is metabolized. That means when it goes into your system, the body gets rid of it for say through your liver. Okay, There's certain enzymes that function in your liver to do that. And what I'd have to know first, is, um letrozole. What enzymes actually metabolize it. That means what enzymes take care of it so that it can get rid of it out of your body. Okay and then find out So TBD does have interaction. I would have to actually look up the letters Ole and I can get back to you and find out exactly what happened because I was sure I mean, you know, I didn't think there was an interaction with it, but I really Always had that question. It wasn't even know whether that's a good thing for me. And yes, well, the other side of the question, which would be what ends I'm does CBD interact with And maybe that could also be another cause I what I've heard and what Max and I tell people is if your drugs say that they interact with grapefruit. That that's a similar enzyme. Right. That's exactly right. Because That has similar similar effects in the liver. As I was told, I take Lipitor for cholesterol and I was also I was told to take that. You know, don't take it together with the CBD. So I take that in the morning and then I don't use the C B d at night before I go to bed, So actually, the cholesterol medicine should be taken in the evening. Um And I would just say, um as long as you're taking both of them simultaneously asked the doctor to check your levels because Your levels actually. You won't need as much of the Lipitor their tour bus, Staton on and You did previously taking CVD because the CBD actually slows the limpet wars. Metabolism. Out when it leaves your body a little bit slower. If you're taking CBD now, if you take CBD just every once in a while, All right, take it actually, every night before I go toe to go to bed. As do I, uh before Sharman Sharman. We've always told people that if they are on any kind of medication like that to take the CBD either two hours before or after is that is that sort of in line with what you say. That is, except for drugs that you would take in the evening. Okay? Like suppose. The cholesterol medicines work better because your your body makes cholesterol at night, So they want you to take cholesterol medicine in the evening time. So when you take cholesterol medicine, and then you take the CBD. It won't make the two hour window won't make a difference..
UN: Yemen’s warring sides resume talks on prisoner exchange
"The United Nations says Yemen's warring science of resume negotiations and Jordan over a prisoner swap. The talks today in Amman are taking place between representatives of the internationally recognized government and the Houthi rebels. Come more than three months after the sides completed the war's largest exchange
"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We're not trying to tell you it's going to solve all your problems. We just want to make sure that what we say is in the bottle is in the bottle A little Now here I am going to bring in Taki here. He called in early. Um And we want to get him on the line and get his perspective because I would love to have his opinion on this hate, Doc. I'm not sure if you've been listening to us, but in a nutshell, You know, Max and I are stuck with this dilemma. And and I know you can help. Bond, and it's the dilemma that people ask us all the time. And I'm sure you get this probably more than us is. You know I like the tincture, but I really want something like a gummy or can you make it taste like wine, You know? Can you make it? Yeah, That's one of the difficulties in, um And 70 production and one of the issues with over marketed DVDs. Well, it turns out that Hugh mentioned about dummies and additives and DVD. It turns out that many of these Ava's additives in flavoring Get in the way of some of how the compounds and full spectrum CB work. The turkey's actually they get in the way of the full effect of CBD to help a condition and it depends on what condition we're talking about Two so s Oh, yeah, That's part of the difficulty of the flavorings and different types and just doesn't fly. It turns out that Peppermint is probably one of the only flavorings one of the only ter pings that doesn't get in the way of the other Europeans within a full spectrum CBD little note there. That's interesting, because I have always thought about the additives is just being detrimental to your body. Right, like sugar by it theoretically shouldn't have a lot of sugar, but it's interesting, absolutely especially artificial sweeteners that Um towards, for example, can change the way your gut The bacteria in your gut Regulates your entire physiologic system and how you digest foods. S a lot of people don't realize that. It also triggers things in the brain. Certain parts of the brain and the Hubble found Mr That makes you want Maura of something. Morris sweeteners more, even though it's a sugar free, so to speak. It's still not a you know not free of safety issues. Yeah, the reason that we have that discussion because people may or may not have an issue with the flavor the natural flavor of the plant. Right, So that's where that whole discussion comes in. It's like what's a more palatable vehicle for me to introduce this into my body. They knew they need to have it or should have it. They just want to know how better to introduce it. And then some of the other factors that play a role is, you know different people genetically have different ways of responding to different tastes. And since CBD and the turkey in facility are more bitter than especially if you get it down to its pure full spectrum form, or few nanite ties it even more so. Um, it you make them all. It's a smaller in other words, uh, makes it even more bitter. So it's It could be a little tough for those people who are sensitive to bitter. Yeah. And of course, for those who like better. Well, they're okay with that. And you know my perspective on this stock has always been Richness in what Mother Nature has provided in the cannabis plant itself. There's there's a richness in the cannabinoid profiles. The Turpin profiles happened earthy type of richness. Yeah, and and that itself is where I want to explore. That's the area that I feel we can really add value to, while everyone else is trying to You know, appease the consumer. And I understand that. And maybe we will. Also, maybe we have to listen our customers or we will die. But But I think you know, we really want him to hear our message. And they can say all right, we hear you, but we still want to go me. You know what I mean? That's fine, Zatz. Fine. Well, make that dummy apartment. That's a good point that it's a really good point. And it might be. It might be actually what we do, because that's the that's the advice. We need. Well, so there Yeah, there is the Addition of externally generated therapies that aren't this other flavors that actually, you might think would do well, things like vanilla, which is good for most of your most common. I think it's the number one ice cream flavor right that people want this country. Problem. Pinellas, you make Spinello CBD. Then you get more of a really hard core medicine in case right, And then that's that's just not palatable for most people. That's awesome. Hey, Doc, I'm so unique opportunity. Will you introduce your second coming up right after the break and you get to introduce yourself myself? Absolutely. All right. Let's do it. Thanks that come right back. And here, Doc Trick Women seem wicked when you're unwanted. 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"cbd" Discussed on The Ortho Show
"You're listening to what they shorts brought to you by the author show same great content bite size episodes. Pain is a fascinating subject and pain. Management is always going to be at the forefront of what you do as a physician. Is the use of CBD appropriate within the Pain Management Pathway? There surgeons out the WHO absolutely believe that CBD has a place in that pathway. One such advocate is Dr Robert Norton a spinal surgeon from Boca Raton Florida so cbd is is a component of our cocktail. If you will that we, we like to have in our material of. Offerings of Patients so in efforts to minimize narcotic use. Will offer a whole broad spectrum of cocktails medications, and what happens when you do that, you can lower the dosage of each type of medication you give, and then by using different types of medications at different mechanisms mechanisms of action. They actually work synergistically together. So what we do is will will do combination therapy. Before surgery will try and minimize from Connex as much as we can. Because we know, it's well established in the literature that patients that are on high dose narcotics before surgery actually do worse in their outcomes after surgery, not only worse than outcomes, but they actually have higher rates of complications, so it's a comment upon us to minimize their narcotics used before surgery, so we try anti firm towards weren't appropriate in combination tunnel, lewd or low dose narcotics, as much as tall as tolerated and we use for CEO, which is a a CD crude. So the way we manage these patients after surgery that have kookiness way. We get them home. Very summer cocktail. We have a whole system that we've developed in our surgical center to make sure patients are comfortable throughout the period period when they go home. So in general, though get a combination cocteau steroid in the operating room. The get a medication called. Neurontin were Gabba Penton, which is a neuropathic pain medication that inhibits see hyper excitability of the. inflamed nerves, though get a narcotic, says low doses possible whichever one tolerate. They're all starting to get a topical pain medication, and we infiltrate with long acting a numbing medication at the surgical site that can last seventy two hours. Then they go home with several medications including muscle relaxant. anti-inflammatory. Lodo snorkeled ix and. Cream such per se CBD nowadays is thought of all associated snake oil. Because it's all over the place you have You can buy it at the gas station You can get anywhere so so that's part of the problem is in a dilutes the value of people think that they take in might not help. It's because they're not actually taken. seavy research is really the only product that I'm aware of is only sold to physicians the primary goal. is to minimise pain, and with the minimum amount of narcotics use whatever we can do to manage pain in a non narcotic fashion is way to go, and I think achieved cream really complements our portfolio that we have. Dalton is clearly an advocate. The use of CBD in pain management. But, what do you think? Would you start using it? Do you already use it all? Is it just snake oil? I make making Nichols. Thanks for listening to this edition of Authors. Shorts.
"cbd" Discussed on The Dr. Gundry Podcast
"Give us the thoughts of the book on why these may promote wellness. How do they promote wellness and let's go from there. Sure, but one other things that I found right off the bat through my research for my dad was all these different ways that it might be able to help me to. Totally different realm of why I use them versus where my dad's using them, but for CBD in particular, some of the the main things people use it for our pain, sleep and anxiety those are probably the top three. And I personally found helped with sleep right away and the interesting thing with sleep, anxiety and pain. Is that a lot of times when people can't sleep? It's because of anxiety or pain either they they have some painful part of their body, and they can't sleep because of. Of that or racing thoughts having having those anxious feelings during the night, not being able to sleep, so using the CBD can take away the thing that is keeping you from sleeping and help you sleep deeper, which is what I experienced because I can have anxiety when I'm trying to fall asleep and before I started on CBD. I would frequently you know. Take a long time to fall asleep and then wake up a lot during the night with racing thoughts and when I started the CBD. Able to just sleep better, so that was that was awesome. And as far as the pain goes, there was another kind of before, and after moment that my dad experiences CBD, which was before he got on the medical marijuana train. He was just taking CBD. That's all we had access to at the time, and what he noticed right off, the bat was at his joint pain, went away just from taking the CD. He was taking CBD capsules and he said. I don't even need need to take advil anymore. He used to have all this joint pain walking up and down the stairs. He's been an athlete his whole life, so he's has all these aches and pains, and he was like I'm impressed by that, and he's not one of those people that just gets on the bandwagon quickly, so he that was really impressive, so the pain. Sleep and anxiety are three things that C..
"cbd" Discussed on Two Peas In A Podcast
"What here today with some special guests Ashley in Eugene. Jacob said the owners of your CBD store here in Florence. I know you've seen it. I know you probably bunch of folks have a lot of questions about CBD. Well, we're going to dig the bottom of it and see what the benefits are going to turn it over to my co-host Doug summer front and ask some questions and if you guys have faith in you now, maybe you'll hear from me again. So thank you very much Doug take it away. All right. Thank you, Michael. So glad to have Eugene and actually here today Eugene. I've got a question here CBD wage. Got CBD, everybody talks about CBD newscast CBD CBD CBD. What's exactly is c v d c p that's a very good question Doug CBD stands for cannabidiol on the edge of people start their introduction to the CBD. They can see these stands for cannabis. And that's where the stigma comes from. But kind of bad. I always what it stands for. It. Does it does it have any effects on you as marijuana would have it does not one of the logos we go byes CBD guess you're healthy doesn't get you high. It has a very low concentration of the Tetra hydro cannabinol, which is June th see also found in the marijuana plant, but we do have it without THC. But even with it the answer is no it does not make you have okay. Actually I have my wife uses drugs. I don't use it a lot. But maybe I should you know have some extra pains and things of this nature but doesn't do anything for your looks by the way. What did you do? You have your birth? And I absolutely needed. Yes, it takes radio but it helps her with her. She has some soreness and our shoulders and things like this. So what is CBD oil good for us? It's good for lots of different things. What CBD does is it actually regulates the receptors and your endocannabinoid system and your receptors control pretty much everything in your box all the way from your appetite to your happiness or sadness your coordination. You're paying does anything that's controlled by a receptor CBD actually when it absorbs into your system, it regulates those receptor receptors and Returns the body back to homeostasis. So your body produces CBD the majority of people don't realize that but the majority of us Just Produce enough because it really depends on your diet. If you take prescription medications, if you've had surgeries and you're without a certain body part a lot of things play into effect, What your body's produce and if it's producing enough, so if your body is under producing which the majority of us are it actually brings it back up to the middle and regulates and if your body's own not producing it brings back down and regulates it as well. So it's a regulating act. Okay doesn't matter if you take it internally or topically you can actually take them both. They absorbed currently you take it topically topically I can't even get the word out. But topical is basically area-specific it works where you put it so you have to put it on a joint muscle area that you're having the issue at for it to actually work on that area. When you absorb it through like an oil or water soluble water soluble or edible that actually is where it absorbs into the exact em annoy system gets you the whole body effect. Let me ask you if you put it on topically does it have a pain relief function or is it regenerative?.
"cbd" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"More information and we'll see in. May further back talking with Justin Ellensburg from Patriot Supreme. So just in. Cbd actually went in a CD store several months ago. I'm real hesitant to take any of that stuff myself as being an early pilot but I wanted to see what it was as actually taking some stuff out for my wife I got a whole lesson on. Cd Oil was all about and everything. Can you explain to folks because a lot of people still don't really understand what is CBD oil in what's it doing and why is it making people feel better and how is it different than actually you know? Smoking joints smoking marijuana. Yeah no problem. There's kind of like if you really separate them. Marijuana has teach DNA which is the psychoactive ingredient. That makes you feel high. Then it gives you that. Kind of like euphoric feeling right for some people. It's you've worked for me. I'm not really a fan of that feeling. Plus I end up eating too much junk food but CBD's kind of the extract. It's actually isn't an abbreviation as just a word they like shorten the word cannabis oil into CBD. It's the part of the plant that really has a ton of health benefits and what they're able to do is they're able to extract it through a couple of different processes and so create two different will that now. They have like three different types of CD out. They have a broad spectrum. A full spectrum in an isolate I wouldn't suggest using the isolate because they take out the basically take out everything but the CD. So you don't have any of the Like the plant matter everything that they take out everything except the specific. Cbd which kind of leaves out some of the goodness that The plant also to plant has broad spectrum takes out like ninety nine point nine nine percent of the teach so our product is actually tested down to a point zero zero five. Because that's how like it's kind of like measuring a piece of paper. You can't really measure it with a ruler. Ray. And so they measure it. They teach content down to. What is that one hundreds or one one thousandth of a measurement full spectrum can have up two point three percent teach? Cnn is there's some full spectrum products out there if you're looking if you're okay with having THC in the product it's not a bad thing is unless you don't have to pass a drug test because those ones there is enough the to where if you were to take a drug test you can fail it by taking a full spectrum product And so like what about people that they really can't? They're getting drug tested all the time. If you're still in the military whatever job you may have is a really any CBD oil. That's safe enough to take knowing that. Like what if the like the the the bottle you happen to get next month.
"cbd" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"These are similar like kept saying in patches or even nicotine patches in their specially formulated with ingredients. That will help carry things through the skin. That normally would have a hard time penetrating if can avenue. It's like CPA can soak through the outer layer of the skin the epidermis and reached the lower layer of the skin the durmus than it could end up reaching blood vessels and then getting into the blood and being distributed throughout the body. But we'll see B D actually help keep your skin healthy right now. Currently in the market. There's much there's a seavy. Beauty focused product star. Willoughby's does usually between oil or a beauty. Serra whatever it is right not necessarily like a clean base like like the treatment Roger that sense so I think a lot of times clients when they have asked me. They are association. Oil means more oil. Right right it's gonNA produce more oil right so right accusations so to break down that association to treat with oil is it takes some time for people to get used to you know if your if your skin issue. I think with fires much more intensive care we do suggest you to internally to take it as a tincture also a method to us. Well Abby. A- I find that to be romy percent the best approach as much as we advocate taking it for time and then stopped me. I did that myself. I took it for eight months straight and then I stopped taking two months to see what were wise and all that and the first thing. That was my skin by really. Oh yeah very like that was the first thing I noticed my skin wasn't as Halsey was as a internally glowing not like internally glowing As it was when I was on it that was my outside of the pain. Management course at that was my biggest motivator nowadays whenever meet people that was the first thing they say that your skin looks naturally low in honestly nothing's changed but my just the incorporation of CD my life to with you so you can see that. Cbs activity in the body is diverse and complex. We still don't understand the whole picture yet. And don't let anybody tell you otherwise yet despite our lack of knowledge about CBD evidence does seem to indicate that it's a pretty safe compound even if some regulatory agencies disagree. I've seen a lot of people. Conflate even an presentations at conferences can flay the side effect profile of pure. Cbd At high dosage to see bb in general. And that's not a fair comparison. I would save a Connecticut. Dial despite its many complex mechanisms of action is an extremely safe drug with very few adverse events the most common adverse effects associated with CBD or things like lethargy appetite disruptions and gastro intestinal distress. But everyone reacts to things differently and an uncommon cases. Some people may react unfavourably. Cbd just like they might anything else but like THC. It's incredibly difficult if not impossible to overdose or die from using CBD at extremely high dosages of fifteen milligrams per kilogram of body weight or higher. It is possible to cause liver damage with CBD but it's also very uncommon for anyone to ever take dosages that high to put this into perspective that equates to a dose of around one gram of pure cbd for someone that weighs around one hundred and forty pounds or sixty two kilograms for someone like myself that weighs closer to two hundred pounds that does have be closer to grandma and a half or fifteen hundred milligrams of CBD to put this issue into better perspective. Consider THAT MOST CD. Products readily available in the market have serving sizes feature doses of between five and fifty milligrams of CBD According to the Safety Data Sheet for EPA DIALECTS CBD is tolerated well in humans orally at dosages up to fifteen hundred milligrams per day based on the history of research that exists. It's clear that. Cbd has a lot of potential as a medicine. Research indicates it may be effective at treating things like anxiety. Depression sleep various forms of specificity pain. Bacterial Infections and inflammation. When it comes to skin treatment it might be effective in battling acne and regulating inflammation of the skin. It is true a lot more research is still needed to understand how to best unlocked therapeutic potential CD but it's clear that CD is certainly not another snake oil but like many things there's a lot of nuance around the topic. One of the big issues that needs to be understood as what dosages are needed to elicit therapeutic effects while we have a pretty good understanding of what dosages not to exceed to stay safe. We don't have a clear picture of what dosages to shoot forward to achieve targeted therapeutic effects under different conditions this is why many consumers of CBD are leaving it up to trial and error to find the dose that works best for them and then of course the other sneaky problem is at would dosages CBD actually active and which dosages are people mostly just experiencing placebo effects. This is a problem that plagues cannabis research. Broadly and we need to understand these issues. Better course another side to the puzzle is if people are experiencing placebo effects than is that necessarily a bad thing considering the safety profile of CBD. My personal opinion is Maybe it's not such a bad thing as long as you're not breaking the bank to get CD in the first place and this brings us back around to where we started in that CD products currently. You're heavily inflated in value although the CB market is rapidly devaluing and we should see the prices of a lot of CD products. Come much more in line with traditional herbal supplements in years to come. I think it's also critical to acknowledge that. Cd is not a wonder drug. It provides relief for some people facing certain conditions. But it doesn't help everyone in fact in some research. Trials CD actually exacerbated symptoms like seizures. Specificity in some people as we've discussed before on this podcast. There's no such thing as a magic bullet drug natural product or plant. That's going to provide nothing but positive benefits to all people all of the time. That's just not the way things work however clearly. Cbd HOLD SOME SERIOUS POTENTIAL. So let's briefly review. We've learned we've learned that. Cd is a common can have found hemp varieties of cannabis. But it's found in most varieties of cannabis in general varying concentrations. Cbd's not intoxicating THC is however it is psychoactive because it does affect neurons research into CBD really took off in the nineteen seventies and eighties but researchers didn't really begin to understand how CD affected the body until the early two thousands see but he doesn't interact with cannabinoid receptors very much directly but see but he does interact with cadaver interceptors indirectly by stimulating. The production. Of Mine in inhibiting the INS. I'm far or F. A. H. That would typically break into my down. Cbd Interacts with a host of other chemical receptors. In the body including miscellaneous g protein coupled receptors Fanta Lloyd receptors serotonin receptors denison receptors and gamma receptors and there are others interacts with as well. Cd inhibits enzymes in the liver that are responsible for breaking down many common drugs which can lead to elevated concentrations of those drugs in the body because of this. It's important to communicate with your healthcare provider if you're taking. Cd ALONG WITH OTHER MEDICATIONS. That may be affected. By the grapefruit effect is generally well tolerated by most people at dosages as high as one thousand five hundred milligrams per day common side effects include lethargy gastrointestinal distress and appetite changes at dosages above fifteen milligrams per kilogram of bodyweight liver. Damage could begin to take place the L. D. Fifty of CBD is thought to be somewhere about two hundred milligrams per kilogram of body weight or over twelve grams of pure cd for an average size person. Cbd's exhibited promises a medicine to treat things like epilepsy anxiety. Depression material infections pain inflammation and ACSI among other things but more research is needed to properly understand exactly what CDs effective at treating and at what doses currently the only CD pharmaceutical approved in the United States is drug called EPA dialects for the treatment of certain forms of epilepsy in children. In other countries you could also find. Tvd in the cannabis dried pharmaceuticals which features a standardized cannabis extract with equal parts CBD and THC CD's seems to be most effective at dosages above two and a half milligrams per kilogram of body weight or above around one hundred fifty milligrams for an average person. Though there is evidence that some people may find relief at much lower dosages the form of C B D can affect its efficacy and every clinician. I spoke to recommended broader full spectrum. Cbd Extracts over isolates and that it's best to start at a very very low sub clinical dose and slowly. Titrate your way up until you find your minimum effective.
"cbd" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"And now that him derive. Cbd AND OTHER AVENUES ARE FEDERALLY LEGAL. Ninety years later the government argues that it can't be put into food or supplements because it's a drug just seems like an awkward argument when you take the full history into account another argument that the FDA argues for resisting making any exceptions for CD in him derives cannabinoid in foods or supplements that there's not adequate data available to show that CBD is safe. They've argued that CBD could cause liver damage and interact with other drugs and thus it should be researched longer before it's allowed to be widely available to be consumed. The study they cite for this concern is a recent rodent study that looked at dosages that were orders of magnitude higher than the highest dosages used incomparable clinical trials for EPA dialects. I should point out that in this study dosages of fifteen milligrams per kilogram of body weight or less or not found exhibit these toxic effects and that's approximately nine hundred thirty milligrams or just round up to a gram of pure. Cbd for an average sized person. I spoke with Dr Ethan Russo about his thoughts on the idea of CBD causing liver damage. There's some concern lately too. And there's controversy of controversy over some of it but about the liver toxicity of high doses of CBD as well. Well I I think that's a blind alley it'd be truthful obviously Lower dose would be better but The liver issues mainly related to elevations of liver function tests and this is in Generally children Who are in Poly Pharmacy with a number drugs? Particularly of perk acid which is all known for being a bad actor in terms of Ltl avation arm so my strong suspicion is that's related to Poly Pharmacy Multiple Drugs rather than than a specific effect of Canal. Dial should also be noted that the World Health Organization issued a report on CD very recently attesting to CBD's remarkable safety profile at the time of this recording the future of the CBD industries very uncertain as him farmers CD product manufacturers and legislators plead their cases for changes to allow the CD industry to continue operating as it has with CBD foods dietary supplements and cosmetics readily available to consumers and now states are taking matters into their own hands just as they had to do with anything related to cannabis and they're setting their own laws for CD and now there's a patchwork of state legislation across the United States in regards to cbd any State Law protects a marijuana byproduct. That doesn't have mind altering properly inspected. Cbc products are now completely legal in the state and that's good news for farmers and companies who make those products as it essentially creates a new industry here in Ohio the crater question lingering around the FDA's involvement in the industry is whether the FDA will actually take action against these CBD companies today. They primarily seem concerned with going after companies making medical or health claims about CD but that could change in the future but the FDA is always going to go after companies making unapproved medical claims because that's in violation of the dietary supplement health and Education Act of Nineteen ninety-four which made it illegal to make such claims without FDA approval may also hear this rule referred to as DJ. Now this is why you see an FDA statement on every dietary supplement label which says something to the effect of these claims have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease and yet we see plenty of medical claims being made about CBD products. It really seems as though the only pathway forward to booming legal. Cbd industry across the country through changes to federal law to allow an exception for CD and other hemp derived natural products. Put any law. Changes that are proposed. Should be carefully worded. Even if CD is allowed in foods and supplements if a law change does not also determine. That CD is generally recognized as safe or grass than there could be another set of problems for the CD industry to tackle food additives like plant extracts and essential oils after have grasped status to be freely added to foods or formulated into supplements until the FDA takes on the role of doing this research and granting grass status to CPA and other cabinet itself. It's going to be up to private companies to do their own extensive research to achieve. What's called self affirmed grass status which only applies to their specific products and not their competitors even if their competitors using essentially the exact same ingredients as essentially makes a playing field. Where only the most well-funded CD companies can survive long term to put this into perspective gathering all the data needed to successfully achieve self affirmed grass status can cost as much is a million dollars or more at a time when the value. Cds A commodity is rapidly shrinking along with CD product margins. This is a difficult task for small or medium sized him companies to pull off without coming together and pooling their resources so okay these Cebu products there on the market. We know people are using them. Despite you know the feedback that the FDA's given so what are people actually experiencing with CBD? Since the two thousand eighteen farm bill was passed. Cbd shops have popped up across the country and even large retail chains. Like Kroger Fred Meyer. Cvs and walgreens starting to carry CBD products additionally specialized him in CD focused wellness. Stores have made their way into neighborhoods in cities across the United States. I spoke with Wendy win. An owner of a premiere CD shop in New York City about her experience operating. Cbd's store in a sense. I think the neighborhood felt like they were on the joining with US versus versus having huge the award redone so they knew they knew all that and they embraced with open arms. You know so. That's something that we are very lucky to have so. In the end I think for Artemis we get clients who are very curious about CBD. With I saw so they want the side. You WanNa know everything or we usually get there. Were there last thought. Would they meet with? Tried everything Detroit going on pain medications. Try going all that it wanted approaching much more of a natural plant based approach and we do get some kinds are in the middle with the China ended. Were coming back for another offer that most likely issue ships at the end that we get you know. And since we've been around now for few months would get off the middle which is try their CD other stores in other for second opinion. And they're coming to US without I opened. It wasn't like that op. Ed We have people who are so supportive and like we lost. Cbd WanNa try it you can see. My mother tried it or my dog right. Yeah anything that the other end of the spectrum where they came to challenge. Which was you know what what are you guys doing the sny. Fda approved at all so we saw the breath of clients that we were getting and you know and we really honestly appreciated the support off so the criticism because helped us grow as brand. That just meant that. We had to read a lot more books. That just meant that. We had to provide a lot more educational tools in the store and we designed the store actually twice to meet those demands right before I Open. Our Education Board was limited mainly because we didn't know what we needed to say as in what was helpful for clients But we did that. Education Board up probably a month after we quit because we realize this was a need that the thing will happen. And also we designed it to have a section where there's books available and as we were developing We started really working closely with Dr Chin. Slow the education side key much more up I think. Full breath a later on at war. Spawning for clients needs and with that being said to will. We redesigned the wall. Titrate was something that people don't understand. There's something I didn't understand when I first started down now and we realize that reading milligrams chew volumes to very very confusing and a Lotta time clients. Come in like I'm taking CD and it's not working and it will go. Kay how how much you taking a whole? What does that mean France? We don't know what was the bottle we don't know so. We realized that the map is fear that there there needed to be a little bit more guidelines on on intake and all that so we designed a section of the shop to be focused tight tradition. Which is that. You know exactly what you're taking with formulation Ran You're taking. And then we started designing a little Serving guides for clients so every time when a client walks away. They're walking away with a serving guy to to to couple with whatever off a so. All of that was really feedback. We've talked all the clients interaction that we had at the beginning of arts. One question that was on my mind when I was speaking with people about cbd was what dosages are needed to actually get an effect CBD products on the market. Have potencies of anywhere from one hundred thousands of milligram per one ounce bottle of oil when I reviewed the available scientific literature found that there wasn't a lot of information. Available EPA dialects clinical trials utilized. Essages a five milligrams per kilogram of body weight up to twenty milligrams per kilogram of body weight or around three hundred ten milligrams to nearly fifteen hundred milligrams for an average sized person in two thousand nineteen. There was a review of dosages that were utilized in published. Cbd Studies and it was found that dosages below around two and a half milligrams per kilogram of body weight were largely ineffective at treating most of the conditions that were being measured except for things like sleep disorders anxiety now that would be around one hundred fifty milligrams of CBD for an average person however the research on CD dosing complicated by the fact that CBD exhibits unique efficacy when it's administered isolation versus when it's administered in the presence of other cannabinoid peens and other fighter chemistry from the cannabis plant many clinicians that. I spoke with commented that they were seeing much better results at lower dosages with broad or full spectrum. Cbd versus isolate. It was interesting when we first started out. We thought half of our patients didn't want THC.
"cbd" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"Hey everybody. This is Jason Wilson with the curious about cannabis podcast. Thanks much for tuning in once again in this episode. We're going to be taking a close look. At one of the most popular tabloid produced by the Cannabis Plant and that's NAPA. Dial or as it's better known. Cbd INTO GUIDE OUR CURIOUS QUEST. We're going to be exploring several primary questions one two how does CBD affects the body and the three what are CBD's potential therapeutic applications as well as some of its limitations risks so without further ado? Let's get started for the past. Few years has been big business. The price of a single one ounce bottle of CBD. Tincture can range anywhere from fifty dollars to two hundred dollars or more. Compare that to the average cost of a one. Ounce bottle of a different herbal extract. Tincture like ECHINACEA or elderberry though typically costs somewhere between ten dollars and twenty dollars but what is CB CB is an oily compound produced in the resins of cannabis plant now whether the canvas plants considered him or marijuana they both producing CD. Typically outside of some uncommon exceptions in the United States. Hemp is classified as canvas plants that contain less than zero point three percent. Thc In other countries limit can be even lower sometimes as low as zero point two percent THC instead of THC which is the primary intoxicating compound found campus varieties. They're often called marijuana. The primary Varieties of cannabis tend to produce is connect dial. Cbd THANKS TO INTENTIONAL. Breeding efforts CB can now be found in concentrations as high as twenty or twenty percent and hip plants intended for CBD rich resin production now CBD's markedly different than thc to start cd doesn't really cause any intoxicating or you work effects like THC. Does this features gotten the attention of a lot of people ranging for medical researchers that want to unlock the potential therapeutic effects of cannabis without the risk of abuse and all the way to consumers that. Just WANT TO CHECK OUT CANNABIS. But they're not looking to get high although CBD is not intoxicating it is psychoactive meaning that it does elicit effects from your neurons in your brain this is a common misunderstanding about CBD. It is psychoactive but it is not intoxicating the story of CBD goes back. Thousands of years as cultures across time have used non psychoactive McGregor. Myself Non intoxicating varieties of cannabis for different uses but the most relevant part of our story really starts in nineteen forty when researchers Roger Adams. Madison Hunt and J. H. Clarke published a report indicating the structure of a compound that they had extracted an isolated from wild hemp and Minnesota shout out to listeners and Minnesota your apart. Cbd History these researchers name this compound cabot dial or CBD as it would become commonly known CD was only the second cannabinoid found cannabis at the time with the first being canaveral or CBN a degradation product of THC in nineteen forty four. It was discovered that the effects of barbiturates could be extended if administered with CD but not with C. B. N. or. Thc researchers didn't understand why this effect was happening and they wouldn't get their answer to almost thirty years later for a moment in nineteen sixty three scientists in Israel would shine light on CBD once again until a year later in nineteen sixty four when they announced the discovery of THC as the intoxicating component of campus after that CD would become a bit more ignored once again until round the seventies and eighties when research into CBD really began to pick up steam in nineteen seventy to be discovered that CBD actually inhibits certain enzymes in the body which affects how the body metabolize certain foods and drugs. This helped begin to complete the puzzle that stemmed from the barbiturates study that was performed in nineteen forty four. Nearly three decades prior that we talked about previously in Nineteen eighty-one researchers were able to demonstrate anti-convulsant effects of CBD and humans indicating that it might be an effective treatment for certain forms of epilepsy and specificity in one thousand nine hundred eighty two year later. Cbd was found Exhibit Anti Anxiety Effects. Which would later be reconfirmed in Nineteen ninety-three in one thousand nine hundred five. It was discovered that CBD improves symptoms of psychosis ended. Nineteen Ninety Eight. The United States government actually filed a patent on the antioxidant neuro protective effects of CBD as well as Thc the two thousands would become the decade of elucidating the activity of CBD in two thousand and one researchers begin to finally understand more about how CBD actually works in the body by revealing that CBD targets non-cabinet receptors in the body that it stimulates the production of at least one. Indo cannabinoid an and denied and it inhibits and enzyme responsible for breaking down and might effectively allowing an to linger in the body longer in two thousand and two researchers would then confirm that CD exhibits anti nausea effects which had already been reported as far back as the eighteen hundreds when systematic cannabis research really began to take shape in two thousand and four. It was discovered that certain dosages. Cbd can increase wakefulness and counteract THC and do sedation. So if you're feeling a little sleepy after using THC cannabis a little bit of CBD Might Wake. You backup however be careful because CBD exhibits. What is known as by Faiza Activity? Meaning it acts differently in low doses versus high doses at high doses. Cbd CAN ACTUALLY BE SEDATING. In two thousand and five it was discovered that CD interacts with certain serotonin receptors in the body and in two thousand six researchers will go on to discover that CD also enhances a denizen receptor signaling which is associated with heart health blood pressure and body temperature regulation was also in two thousand six that researchers discovered that. Cbd Can kill breast cancer cells bringing significant attention to the compound as a potential anticancer drug into thousand seven researchers began to understand why CBD reduced the effects of THC in some of their prior research. It turns out that. Cbd CHANGES THE SHAPE and activity of CB one receptors even though it doesn't really exhibit much affinity for CB wonder sceptres directly in this way. It changes the way that teach actually binds to the CBO interceptor modulating. Its activity this. Kind of activity is called. Alistair modulation this why. Cd's able to reduce the high associated with THC It essentially deforms the CB wonder sceptre so that THC can't elicit same reaction from the receptor when it binds to it in two thousand and eight. It was discovered that. Cbd was a potent antibiotic against Mersa a powerful infection that's commonly picked up in hospitals and often resist treatment in two thousand twelve researchers discovered that. Cbd May be as effective as standard anti psychotics and in two thousand fourteen it was discovered the CD might be able to effectively treat acne in the skin by reducing inflammation fighting bacteria on the skin and changing the way that the skin produces oil in two thousand eighteen in the United States the Agricultural Improvement. Act of two thousand eighteen also known as the two thousand eighteen farm bill was passed which effectively legalised temp across the United States including all of the AIDS and other chemical constituents of all varieties of cannabis had thc concentrations the low zero point three percent and with that CBD was removed from the controlled substances list as long as the CD was him derived. Some may say that the CD market began at this time but really see beauty. Products had already been available in foods cosmetics and dietary supplements widely for years prior to the legalisation of him operating in somewhat of a regulatory gray area and then in twenty nineteen EPA dialects would officially become an FDA approved pharmaceutical for the treatment of certain forms of epilepsy in children the status of CBD as a pharmaceutical drug presents a real problem for the CD industry as a whole the FDA does not allow drugs to be added to foods or supplements unless they've been marketed as foods or supplements previously this is due to a set of laws in the food drugs and Cosmetics Act. Of course the irony is that the CBD industry's been around for quite some time not considering the exposure that humans have had to CD throughout history just from their interactions with cannabis cannabis in all its forms have been prohibited in the US for almost ninety years. So of course cannabis derived products have not been openly marketed and sold in the food drug and cosmetics act was enacted in nineteen. Thirty eight. Right around the exact same time that cannabis prohibition began considering that cannabis was included in the States Pharmacopoeia? For many years. All the way up until prohibition began. It's clear that cannabis derived products had been a part of society well into the Nineteen Thirties. And would have persisted. Had It not been for cannabis prohibition so in the nineteen thirties the opportunity for canvas to mature alongside the food supplement? Industries was effectively eliminated and the only pathway to get federally legal cannabis. Drive products.
"cbd" Discussed on WBAI
"You wanted to? With specific acne like if you have a blemish with you put the drop the CBD serum on there with the green light. And it kills the bacteria. You'll see your blemish diminish. I mean, not all the way in one application, but it will be reduced. Yeah. So the red lights to increase circulation and drive in the product it helps support collagen production and the green low level lasers. And her microbial antibacterial. You know, what I wanted? I wanted to say that a few couple few years ago. I had a little ahead of an issue with the skin near my temple. And I had a something that they said was you know, cancer, and they needed to at that time you needed to to have it cut out. They did a biopsy and everything. And so I had a plastic surgeon who did they they went in. They took it out stitch me back up. And I remember I remember that I said, we'll do I put anything on it because I mean, you just kind of traumatized my skin. Okay. It's kind of like what the heck scary. What the heck's going on? Right. And I thought, you know, because I'm I'm thinking to keep it moist or something because it's traumatized, right? Something healing on it. And I said. Do you recommend me do it? Yeah. Don't worry. I've got something for you was vastly on your. He gave me a packet of Vassily. How did I know that this wasn't rehearse? That's the worst. He gave me a packet of. He gave me a packet of petroleum jelly. Okay. Petroleum jelly. First of all. Those two words should never be put together with the first word is petroleum made from made from oil petroleum mineral oils, really toxic for the skin. Yeah. But any cut cutter wound manuka, Honey, really actually the two together. CBD and manuka, Honey. Phenomenal CBD will heal..