35 Burst results for "CBD"

Will a US Digital Dollar Protect Privacy?

The Breakdown with NLW

01:53 min | Last week

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.

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Combatting Cannabis Myths

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

02:18 min | Last month

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

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"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | Last month

"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Calm Wcbm is one radio. Go ahead, caller. You're on the air. Mom. Long time first time. It's about time you called your mother know what's on your mind? Are you concerned about the way the democrats what I'm concerned about? Is all those vegetables still on your plate. And did you brush your teeth? Well, look, I don't care who started it to those Democrats are the president. I'm ending it enough. She'd be pretty good at this too Happy Mum. There's day now. Maura of Understanding CBD with Max and Stephen on Talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. Right wrong, Mommy. Maker drummer and then Hey, Snow dead, That's right hand. Every one. All right, everybody Welcome back into understanding CBD. Hello there. Max Sobel. I am everyday people. Welcome back. Steven Waldman. Thank you, sir. We're talking today with Doctor and May Sonny and Natural path, Doctor. Big fantasy BD. On.

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"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:06 min | Last month

"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Oh, Anesi in CBD Advocate who has used TBD to help her with her battle and fibroids s. So we're in the middle of conversation. Everyone to get back, Tonto. You know the point where You know you were diagnosed and you're left with with some choices, and you wanted to go down an alternative route. How do you even go about finding an alternative route? Well, I actually went right to Google initially, All I knew is I did not want to have surgery and I didn't want to go on pharmaceutical drugs, just given the whole full of side effects that could come with it. Plus, I wanted to have kids. So that really wasn't an option for me. Especially because I was 40 at the time. I'm 43 now. So I started researching on guy was listening to podcasts. I was watching videos I was reading, but looking at clinical trial's gonna, and I talk of you name it how freeing it about five boys and natural remedies. And I stumbled upon a DVD. I heard, um Woman telling her story of, you know, feeling like she was pregnant most of her life and she said she said she was starting to take CVD. Which is this one cannabinoid of the cannabis plant, And after a while, it's like she got her life back, and she wasn't pregnant. She looked eight months pregnant, so I started following that. I'd never heard of it before. And then I started teaching myself about CBD. What is it? How does it work? How does interact with the body? So Yeah, I'm I'm tend to be pretty resourceful, So it just kind of went digging and talk to Many people as I could. Well, now, before you heard about CBD and knowing it comes from the cannabis plant, where you currently cannabis user No, no, I've never used it before. I was actually in part of the stigma. I didn't want to have anything to do with it. But now I have to say I'm a big advocate for it. That obviously took some courage. You know, to not go down the traditional route and to you know, except cannabis. Learn about cannabis and start, you know, potentially using it as an option. What was it like in the beginning when you first tried it? Well, when I first got into it actually asked a friend of mine if she knew someone who makes CBD so it wasn't that the THC is the other cannabinoid, which is psychotropic. So I Being in a signal that I was in, I was all for getting the medicinal benefits of cabin of cannabis. Um, but wanted to do the CBD. So when I first tried it I mean, it's You don't really feel anything when you try because it's not psychotropic and I just started Working with someone to help me dose of, you know, starting low and slowly, gradually increasing. Um, until I Just was using it consistently was important for me to take it every day and find a dose that was really gonna help me. How are you using it? Were you Were you smoking it? Were you putting on a cream? What? What did you start with? Was using the oil and I was actually using. It's doubling Willie the picture under my tongue because I'm not a smoker, either and topical for me at the time. I really wasn't is well versed on that. But I knew this was the most effective way because I wanted to work from the inside out. So I would do the sub lingual for greatest by availability, so my body would absorb it versus edibles or topical. Now, a person that decides to use the cannabis plant in any way, right Being an oil in the CBD. I mean, it's really a holistic approach. I mean, you're you're You're looking to change a lot more than just the one thing. So were there. Additional lifestyle changes that you had to go through Maybe diet, exercise anything that you had to Really make a change. So I had always been Looking to improve my health naturally, anyway, in the holistic space, so I was watching what I was eating. I was taking supplements. I was starting to work out and actually even started training for a triathlon last year. S so it's always better to combine it with clean eating healthy lifestyle that we all know about. But if we know where we're supposed to do, but it's really hard to actually do. It s Oh yeah, Healthy lifestyle will always hope, But it's my fibroid. Don't grew like I mentioned earlier. I had started with one But even though I was fairly active and and going to the gym regularly, it's still grew. I actually it actually increased to five fibroids, and that first one grew to nine centimeters. The nine centimeter was the biggest one. I had You. Were you experiencing any pain along the way Like how did they? How did the fibroids impact with your day to day Was it Z through this dead in terms of my lower back? Pain got really, really bad. Um and my cycle changed a little bit. It did affect My menstrual cycle, and it just Those were the two primary things I think, and it was also painful intercourse. That gets in the way it's painful. Did you? Did you notice that upon using CBD and starting down that path? Did you notice that your stress get managed a little bit better? Oh, absolutely. I mean, there was a time when I actually kept increasing. Ironically, I did increase almost a little bit too much. So there's always the sweet spot with CBD, right? You don't want to take two little. You don't want to take too much. But so many things, um, it helped with for me. So it helped with the anxiety. It just got me a little bit more even killed. Have me you know, coping with everyday life. Dresses a little bit more normally, if you will, if there is such a normal, but I was also a 28 year on meaning folk dancer. I was wow dancer and an instructor. So Armenian folk dancing is really hard on the body. That point there's a lot of jumping hopping. You're constantly hopping. Almost in every dance and At 35. I had gotten to the point of I have to hold the railings to go up and down the stairs. I couldn't You know, I just couldn't go up without holding onto something or wash dishes without leaning. Somewhere, you know, always leveraging something. But after I started taking DVD, it was like so many things was like, Oh, my God. That's not So this is what normal is, like, you know, because I had gotten so used to it that the pain, the stress the anxiety and that kind of adjustment that we make every day that had become my new normal and I realized that with CBD Because of how it works, and I'm not going to get into the science of it now. It just brought my body back into balance. And it was just it was like a whole new world for me. Yeah. You mentioned finding your sweet spot and getting the right service. You can take too much.

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Understanding Cannabinoids Dr Swathi Varanasi

Precisione: The Healthcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

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

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VP to focus on border diplomacy; no immediate plans to visit

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Fed's Powell Says Public Should Understand Risks of Bitcoin

America's First News

02:48 min | 3 months ago

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.

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Rejoice Ncha Fon Shares Why Not Everybody Is As Blessed As We Are

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

04:36 min | 3 months ago

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.

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Lab to Beauty Founder Alison Ragusa on Her Iconic Lip Balm

Art Beauty

01:18 min | 3 months ago

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

The Breakdown with NLW

03:15 min | 3 months ago

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.

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Germany Gives Nuclear Plant $2.9B for Early Shutdown

Understanding CBD

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Registries of disabled people debated in police reform talks

Understanding CBD

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

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

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"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"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..

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"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:15 min | 5 months ago

"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"If you go to the FDA website, what you will find his confusion. Legality depends on state state regulations. The strange fact exists that though in some states it's illegal to sell CBD. It is legal. To purchase CBD. A 2018 farm bill legalized hemp cultivation and removed some of the cannabis. Are some candidates from schedule one status by creating a legal distinction between hemp and marijuana Under new legend. Under the new legislation, Hampus classified this cannabis that contains less than 0.3%. You need to see by way while marijuana is classified as cannabis that contains more than 0.3 t x c 0.3%. Because marijuana is categorized as a schedule One substance CBD that is derived from their wanna plant is still considered suddenly illegal, well, federally illegal, while hemp is now considered On agriculture commodity. It's still must be produced and sold in the regulations that facility or that the 2018 farm bill refers to The USDA has yet to create these regulations. Nation's first college course on this subject began at the University of Arizona. I'm sorry, the University of Connecticut in 2019, even with the research and legal power behind the course they are confused and continues. To sort out that just all confusing start all the rules, policies and laws surrounding CBD again. The FDA zone website is not clear. Many employers are stuck in old policies that do not distinguish CBD from THC, but hallucinogenic ingredient in marijuana. Unfortunately, you must follow the policies of your employer and sort Out the state laws concerning the use of CBD. A second most popular question building. Does CBD interact with medications? There was a question. I think the Sharma ages charm about that research has shown CBD is very safe to use. In general. However, there are some considerations. Not to get too geeky here. But there is a family of enzymes. And this is referred to in that question earlier, especially in deliver called the sight of chrome P for 50 system that processes foreign substances in the body. And medications are foreign substances, right? It is that Satya chrome P for 50 system that metabolizes CBD this concerto how other medications of processed in the body. This doesn't mean you can't take CBD, but it doesn't mean you need to change the dozing of CBD or the medication. It must be coordinated with your physician. There's a rule of fun. I tell my patients and again. It was referred to in that in that question for Sharma earlier. Are certain medications that have a great fruit warning on the label. This indicates that grapefruit and certain Citrus fruits inhibit the side of chrome P 4 50 system. If you see a great fruit warning on your medication, I tell my patients to avoid CBD momentarily until you speak with your position, so then coordinate the use.

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"cbd" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:21 min | 5 months ago

"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..

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UN: Yemen’s warring sides resume talks on prisoner exchange

Understanding CBD

00:17 sec | 5 months ago

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

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Hyundai recalls nearly half a million Tucson SUVs over fire risk

Understanding CBD

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Hyundai recalls nearly half a million Tucson SUVs over fire risk

"SUVs in the US to a September recall for an electrical short in a computer that could spark fires the company's warning owners to park the SUV's outdoors until they're repaired. Latest recall covers certain model year 2016 through 2018 and additional 2023 21, Hyundai Tucson SUVs. The vehicles have antilock brake system computers that can malfunction and cause an electrical short and possible fire. Owners will be notified in late February to take their issue these to a dealer, which will replace a fuse on the computer. Rhonda Rock show reporting Serious Petroleum Ministry

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Pandemic kills Family Video; chain to close last 250 stores

Lance McAlister

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Pandemic kills Family Video; chain to close last 250 stores

"One of the remaining video stores of its chain, and the Tri state is about to close for good. The era of renting videos from a store is ending. His family video has begun the closing of all of its remaining locations that includes the family video on Pleasant Avenue in Fairfield. That store opened in 2004, but it won't officially close until they sell their movies and games and CBD products and other merchandise, including store fixtures, and the owners are also pitching. Their location is available for lease or purchase. I met Reese News Radio 700 wlw The Ohio

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More students abducted in Nigeria but are quickly rescued

Understanding CBD

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

More students abducted in Nigeria but are quickly rescued

"In Nigeria abducted more than 80 Islamic school students in Northwestern can't seen a state last night, but the people's work quickly rescued by security forces. After a fierce gun battle. The foiled abduction comes less than two days after the release of 344 schoolboys who were kidnapped in the same area on December 11th.

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Large car bomb kills 9 in Afghan capital

Understanding CBD

00:11 sec | 6 months ago

Large car bomb kills 9 in Afghan capital

"Afghanistan's Interior Ministry says a car bomb blast direct the Afghan capital this morning it killed at least nine people and left 20 other people in Kabul injured amongst them a member of parliament

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Roadside bomb wounds 23 near Pakistan police station

Understanding CBD

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Roadside bomb wounds 23 near Pakistan police station

"House. Pakistani police roadside bomb went off near a police station in the garrison city of Repel itty. Today, at least 23 people were wounded three seriously, and no one has immediately made a claim. Of carrying out the attack, which apparently was a roadside bomb, Pakistani military's headquarters in offices of the county spies and she

Arno Hazekamp PhD on Confronting the Unknown in Holland's Medical Cannabis Program

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

03:22 min | 7 months ago

Arno Hazekamp PhD on Confronting the Unknown in Holland's Medical Cannabis Program

"So of course in the medical system you'll never promote smoking but then what while make tea or vaporize. It's what do we know about t. What do we know about pricing. Nothing but it's better than smoking. Right so i said no. Not if you're drinking disgusting green water with no active ingredients. Just wasting your expensive medicine. Yeah that's true too. So i had to go completely to the basis so that means isolate my own standards because i couldn't order them. Quantify my own standards purifying one thing chromatography. The second thing is to quantify them and you cannot easily do that by weighing because they're sticky and syrupy so i had to develop an methods to quantify it with an internal standard. There was not a cannabinoid that we had our cannabinoid than i had to learn. How do they behave. What what kind of spectroscopic and chromatographic behavior do they have. So i had to summarize that. And then i had to move on to. What's actually different between the varieties that we're growing here in holland. Are they really that different or should be more different. Cbd wasn't even the question back then that came even later but then you move onto administration forms. How do you make optimal cannabis t in a reproducible. Way where it's not suddenly way too strong when you forget about the boiling water for five minutes because the phone rings. What if in those five minutes your tickets and times stronger than there's all kinds of patients around holland are suddenly fainting and falling off the stairs because they're super high right so and we knew none of those things vaporisers. What's a good vaporizer. What's not so good vaporize and how what you know no standards for anything. No quality checks for anything. If you could make a vaporizer bring it to the market. You just sold it right. It's not really that much difference now. But then those things renew and then we had no idea what kind of toxins or or crap. They were spitting out to candidates so my question was always. Keep it simple Stick to the things that real people need to know now. No no large studies just for your signs buddies but focus on what patients need to know today and try to set up the study and also writes the results down in in an article in situation. Everybody can understand including the patient. You're doing it for so i. I called a national geographic style. You can't you can't watered down to science so much that it's not actually true anymore. It just sounds easy at nice but it's not actually true because then you're misleading people and i think you know if you get data from people you have to give it back to them so I i was interacting with users and prescribers and patient organizations. Like what are you dealing with. What is your life. Look like once you get that jar with cannabis and you go home then what you know. Where do you get stuck. What do you want to know. And that's been a very fruitful approach to my To my phd thesis. Because then not only a bunch of scientists around the world but basically everybody in my sphere of influence from from physicians to to patients to politicians to to family members. They wanted to know out his his work. Because i can actually read this teases and know what it means so with that i reached my goal of not just as a molecular biology. Just doing very fun stuff in the lab but also have one leg in in the real world and be

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U.N. Reclassifies Cannabis as a Less Dangerous Drug

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

U.N. Reclassifies Cannabis as a Less Dangerous Drug

"This morning, the U. N Commission for Narcotic Drugs voted to reclassify cannabis as a less dangerous drug right now it gets the same building as heroin. If you've wondered whether legalization is making our roads more dangerous. CBS is Nancy Chen has the answer. Researchers say the CBD part of cannabis does not affect driving ability. But the study in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds the intoxicating ingredient THC. Does cause mild impairment and the effects last up to four

"cbd" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"cbd" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"To two hundred thirty two dollars in it depends on how many milligrams usually my products are about thirteen cents per milligram. So when you look at a product and you say oh look. Here's a topical sobbed. That's only fifty dollars. Well the one I'm thinking about is is a very big name brand and there are one hundred milligrams of CBD in there okay. Well my topical Saab is one hundred twenty eight. I have a thousand milligrams. So that's why I teach people to look at the cost per milligram of CBD when they're comparing prices cadets really important looking at the cost per milligram and you know as you just said I mean one of the things that you do with your clients and your customers. Is You help them figure out? What is that starting point? Do we go up. We go down. Can you give us though just sort of a general? Ah General idea of where a starting milligram dosage might be. For something like night-time anxiety or sleeplessness is that is that a fair question. It is a fair question though. It does depend on the product. The when you take a soft gel you lose some of the potency because it has to travel through your system right so you might have to take twenty milligrams of Soft Gel whereas you could take five or six milligrams of the water soluble or ten milligrams of the tincture under your tongue. Gotcha so it but so some people find relief with just three to five milligrams of CBD and some people need fifty. Some people need seventy five. I don't have anyone using really more than that above that. Now you're talking about really severe issues in some research studies they used two or three hundred milligrams of CD. But I don't see that with my clients okay. And you mentioned you know finding relief a lot of people think of okay. I have a headache. I'M GONNA take an IB profane and in thirty minutes to an hour. My headache is going to be gone. Talk through what people might be able to expect. In terms of symptom relief of things like anxiety and sleeplessness. And some of the things that you've mentioned are we talking an instantaneous. Relief of symptoms or an ease of symptoms or is this something that gradually builds up over time it depends some people can take C B D. Nc Very fast relief for example for pain. If you take the water soluble picture. You might relief in five minutes. If you use a topical put it on your knee you might find relief in five to ten minutes. If you're taking it for anxiety you might find really quick relief but I tell people it will probably take two weeks or even up to three weeks to really see the effect of that. Because you have to saturate your receptors we have receptors in our body from head to Toe. We have cannabinoid receptors in CD's Of annoyed so it affects these receptors. At it increases the serotonin. In your blood because works on though serotonin receptors so it really takes a couple of weeks to to really find that balance. That homeo- stasis that we're looking for a while and I wanted to draw out and underscore. Sometimes I hear I've heard Janus optel listeners. Ever Janus talk about CBD Multiple Times. And I always learn something new and I love listening to her. Talk about it. Because she's so super knowledgeable but one of the things that stuck out to me in our very first conversation that we ever had about. Cd Cannabis in him with what she just said about saturating our own internal receptors. I think that's really important for people to hear that we have this. It's an Indo adenoid. System within our bodies right Janice that when people tend to think of cannabis in the halo of cannabis. Cbd is some sort of external product which it is that you are putting in as a foreign product into your in your body. It's always amazed me that here we sit in twenty twenty and I as someone who's been in the sort of medical profession on the fringes for years and I never knew that we have our own internal Indo can avoid system that is meant to have these receptors to be activated this. It's just shocking to me when you think about how our knowledge has evolved. Yes I find it mind blowing because I was never trained in this. You were never trained in this. It was only discovered in the nineteen nineties so in all fairness I trained just a little before the nineties earlier. However now that we know about this why are medical schools teaching this only fifteen percent of them are teaching about the? Endo cannabinoid system which I find incredibly amazing and part of that is because of the federal status of Cannabis. It is still illegal at the federal level. Even though thirty four states have made medical cannabis legal thirteen or fourteen states have made adult use cannabis use legal. It doesn't matter federally. It's illegal so a lot of things. I think a lot of medical schools. If they're federally funded are little bit afraid to be talking about this. Which is really doing a disservice to all of us absolutely not just the medical professionals but certainly us as as patients and the community out there that is going to need this as an alternative form of treatment or not even necessarily alternative as a mainstream form of now. I do want to clarify one thing. So when you talk about the federal legality or illegality of cannabis that's different though than the federal legality of CBD as compound. Is that correct? That is correct. In that I think that's where it gets really confusing to people who are especially in states. Where even maybe medical marijuana is not legal or the only thing. That's legal is medical marijuana. But they're seeing squad unquote. Cbd shops or like. I've heard you say they're seeing. Cbd At bed bath and beyond his honk through the legalities of bat for US okay. The twenty eighteen Farmville made the production the growth the growing in production of hemp legal. So that didn't automatically make. Cbd legal if if someone is extracting CD from the cannabis plant. It is not legal So you need to have. Cbd extracted from the Hemp Plant. Gotcha and it should say on the label. It should say hemp extract hemp derived. Cd in which case it is legal. There are a couple of states that have been a bit slower to come around to the fact that it's legal like South Dakota and I think Ohio for a while. There was someone there who a- legislators said. Well wait a minute. We haven't said that it's legal but for all intents and purposes. Cbd FROM HEMP is legal in the US and also when you talk about traveling with it..

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"cbd" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"cbd" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"Meaning it'll arbitrary from a library of all of our test results and pill pull you up so that you can actually see a sample of what's in one of our products. You can also access the same page by not activating the Qr code from the website directly and just punch the lot code. At the reason we do this is because there are so many any bad actors out there that one either do not have the CBD quantity did they say they might even have chemicals in there that could otherwise be harmful or toxic. They could have all sorts of challenges and problems with the product. And you wouldn't know and so I understand why a little healthy skepticism is. What consumers have because they're they're just not sure but a company like us were of an FDA registered company? We only manufacturer an FDA registered facilities. We abide by the rules and regulations relations that are required and we even go steps beyond what are absolutely required and that we do the proper type of safety testing to make sure that what we're providing isn't toxic fast. A full toxicological review is going to be published in early January this year about the raw material using our products. It's because we're going a far beyond what is required so that we can show safety to the consumer is our utmost concern. Well that's cool. I mean anybody who's been listening or been interested interested in it. You're definitely giving them opportunities to do some homework. And get on the website and trying to get down to the bottom of if you are curious about it. I don't think there's any other company that's going to be as transparent As to their entire process than infusions. Thanks for laying all that out there. My my personal favorite just so you know. My personal favorite of your products is twist the citrus that product. So I mean I. It's it's refreshing. It's really good. I the my question about that is when the the the products a lot of the products. Just say like CBD extract received the oil hemp oil. How do I mean what? What are the differences is in the products? Like why would I do twist instead of say one of the smaller green bottles that Jesse. CBD Oil what. What are the differences? Okay okay so first of all the primary way that someone takes a dietary supplement is usually in the form of a capsule right a capsule. It's easy you don't have to taste it. There's nothing there it's really simple and convenient. It travels well into capsules a really simple so we have capsules. That's one way to take our products and we have our products that contain CBD with other constituents constituents in their in their different milligrams strengths so we have a five ten and a twenty milligram strength just in our standard capsules. Then we have our what we call structure structure function or condition specific Formulated issues. Like we have our sleep formula where I will tell you the name him fusion means we take him and we fuse it together.

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"cbd" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"cbd" Discussed on Katie Couric

"To do that they are just riding the wave of C a d being a fad and wanting a part of that industry because like you said it's going to be billions of dollars for me that does trivialize the potential personal properties that CD is showing to have so I want the public to understand that there may be quote unquote snake oil components out there about regarding cbd that's very separate from the promise CB does show so Dr heard what do you say to consumers how do you know what works sweat doesn't what's worth trying what's not how much is too much to spend on these products will the amount you spend is going to be up to you like I said that someone will pay fifty dollars for coffee you know that's up to them however for me in terms of safety that's leads to issue right so many people are consuming CD and don't even know where it comes from so they don't know if CBD is really in the product they've done studies where they've shown that the amount of CBD that's actually in the product that's compared to the label don't match at in fact those products might even contain things like lead and pesticides so that will be needed for CBD why isn't it regulated I don't think that the FDA realized how fast this was going to explode and that they need This seems like a good time for break so we'll be back in a moment I'd like to take a minute to talk about one of our partners I I noticed third love after reading in a male fantasy or pushing narrow definition of what is beautiful no she wrote third love is abroad company for all women regardless of of her shape size age ethnicity gender identity or sexual orientation I was so inspired by that and the fact that third love carries over seventy eight sizes and uses the measurements of millions of real women to design. It's incredibly comfortable bras that I became an investor in the company go to third love dot com slash next to find your perfect fitting Bra and get fifteen percent off your first purchase that's third love dot com slash next Jones the CD company Kristen Bell Mentioned Rob told me they'd be happy to have more regulation consumers need to know that the products that they're buying our C life that they're manufactured in a safe way that they're properly labeled that the dosage is accurate just like any other food or any other drug people want regulated system they want a set of rules to play by they want to be able to comply with regulations and and put out products that are safe Doc Robbins Cindy now run a multimillion dollar empire they started out in medical marijuana but soon found that the real gold could come from they're part of the plant there was this other cannabinoid we started to read about called CD and it was associated with all of these health and wellness benefits and we became obsessed with it and then we ready to experiment and so the first thing we did was make combinations of CBD and THC and so are most popular product was this five to one ratio so it had five parts cbd to just one part of the and we made that both in skin care and in injustices and it became our most popular product formulation east hemp derive cbd only products so they were same formulations of skin care or confections and we made those available in two thousand seventeen and one month business grew larger than our entire THC business and we realized that was our future why do you think this CBD business and market has absol- Louis exploded. They're basically two reasons for it. The first is the whole legalization movement of cannabis so that's been happening for twenty years is and more consumers are aware of it more consumers are in favor of it a majority of Americans have access to some foreign cannabis in the state that they live Tardif Republicans are in favor of legalization truly is an issue that unites us and the second piece is the passage of the two thousand eighteen Farmville so it made these products available at the same time that people were curious about them and that opened up the floodgate you sent me some samples but wow your products are expensive your gumdrops costs fifty dollars a pack your oils cost up to one hundred bucks could chain rob CB is expensive ingredient if you look at all of the CBD products that are out there ours are actually comparably priced there's a couple things that consumers should be mask but you only get a very tiny amount of CBD from that plant and Supply and demand it is and we don't have enough supply of hemp right now to provide stitcher components of the plant isolate is a more refined former CD that's cheaper and not as effect why some CBD products are priced higher meanwhile rob has been really open about his depression and talking about what's helped him deal with it can I ask you a personal question for of course how often do you use. CBD and do still use cannabis and Takes the edge off I don't drink alcohol I don't smoke tobacco but I do enjoy cannabis one thing is clear we're very much in the early days of CBD but for those who suffer from a whole host of problems subscribe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"cbd" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

13:11 min | 1 year ago

"cbd" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Muscles you can even walk into your local bed bath and beyond and find cbd for that's right your dog it comes in oils motions path bombs pills even gumy's and I actually tried a few that's prepping for this podcast they smell a little perfume let me try one booth they taste a little perfume. CBD WHICH STANDS or cannabis derived from the marijuana plant but unlike thc that's tetrahydrocannabinol another chemical found in marijuana eh it will not get you high so my next question why is suddenly everywhere and perhaps most importantly does it really work doc a lot of celebrities these days are jumping on the bandwagon Preston you are so sweet to do this I'm sorry I know it's been such bear to schedule but thank you so much only got a courtroom so happy that's actress Kristen Bell who's talked a lot about using CBD for her anxiety so why does she turn lead and what is it doing for her Preston when did you start using CB I guess I started about two and a half years ago and what prompted you to start it you know I had been hearing about it or a while and it was originally recommended me because my friend who were going on like red carpet and wearing high heeled for a long time they had the bomb with CD that they were rubbing on their ankles to save their feet and I looked into this company that made the bombers called Lord Jones I noticed that they had a picture and I noticed that a lot of people online had been saying that it helped living Zaidi because generally the calming effect and I am very anxious person you noticed a real change how did it make you feel and did it take a while for us to notice the effects it was like nothing I had ever tried okay so I did not notice it immediately but what I noticed about the first week or so when I drive home from work because I raised two little girls I am on my way home from work going through okay I need to remember to buy a new lunch pail because that one got stinkier I need to remember to replace the apple 'cause they'll have no apples for their lunches like all these silly little things like you know the dentist appointment and I'm just going through the mental frantic list on my way home to get back into mom mode and about after the first week I noticed with just enjoying the radio and I wasn't finding myself any less efficient at home the dentist appointment was still being made the lunch pail is still ask you who bought the apples a would still me it wasn't believe Dina at all it was simply a a slightly calmer version of me that didn't need to worry frantically in order to complete attack did I noticed the effects right away no because there's nothing that you can feel but what I did notice is I wasn't having fouts these sort of targeted Vang's -iety when I was alone like in my car and that's when it hit me I was like Oh this is working for me do you ever wonder kristen that it might be a placebo effect I do think about that a lot accurate because I I feel like I would be candidate for CBO to be honest but I have tried a lot of things I mean I've tried and I like the being adapted in sometimes for my anxiety I've tried like every little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market and I haven't noticed as much of a worry free kristen as I do with cbd you know I know Kristen also been open about the fact that right to smoke pot occasionally is there difference in terms of the results L. A. Gillian degree of difference like this taking cbd you have your fully functioning you can drive your car you can make a science project with your child you can you know take the l you can do whatever there is nothing that messes with your brain you feel completely and utterly like yourself you're breathing a little easier and with t not when you take something that has pd NCB when you use a vague or take a gummy or you know smoke joint or something that has an effect on your mind and that world is totally different now from the BBC World and I to be honest like both but clearly raising two children I'm not smoking pot every day you know what I mean and before we go I just wanted to ask you why do you think this is such a hot trend writing now why do you think that everywhere you look at least for me you've just see cbd a couple things I think that the who a lot of people speaking highly of it and seeing results I don't think something that's a snake oil gets this much heat around it also think we are in a state as humans where there is a lot of depression and anxiety going around people are going really fast we have our phone and we've been going at such a fast pace of human beings we are requiring things that calm us and for people that don't want to drink or do drugs this much like mindfulness is very easy simple effective for me solution to I think just during the day it worked for Kristen Bell but that doesn't necessarily mean it works for everyone I decided to try some CB the products myself and I got a boatload of them to prepare for this episode even got my husband John Moulder involved and made him try a CD cream for his aching feet I did my left foot because my left foot typically bothers me more than my right foot and so I just put some of that. CBD Cream on my left foot and it felt pretty good this morning didn't AAC really and it sometimes in the morning yeah try it again I would try it again now I've been walking around for hours and it's a little it's a little lazy but it felt pretty good this morning and because it was morning I decided to fix myself a Friday did you know they even have CD olive oil I also tried some CD drops I this thanks sure peppermint and it says hi CD place one full dropper under the tongue hold for sixty seconds and then swallow got a folder for fall under my count I have to be honest I didn't really notice a big difference having said that I'm not sure I used it. early enough for it to have an effect but clearly it is helping a lot of people and I wanted to understand why we're gonNA take a quick break here be back in a minute support for today's show comes from a company that's very close to my heart and I mean that literally I'm wearing a third loved aw right now tmi the minimize are actually third love was started by my friend Heidi Zach after she decided she had had enough of Bras that didn't fit L. and was tired of marketing that made us women feel like we just weren't good enough and third love Heidi set out to create a better bra a better shopping experience dance and a brand women could believe in I also believe so deeply in the power of brands like third love who celebrate the beauty of women just as we are you're in all shapes and sizes and that's why I chose to invest in this company now it's your turn to try third love has over seventy eight sizes so they're true Lee is abroad for every woman just go to third love dot com slash next now to find your perfect fitting Bra and get fifteen percent off your first purchase yes that's third love dot com slash next for fifteen percent off today to weed out CBD fact from fiction get it we'd out I reached out to the Go-to woman for all things. CBD Doctor Yasmin Heard He's the Director of the addiction institute at Mount Sinai and a professor of Psychiatry Neuro Science and Pharmacological Sciences I asked her to explain in Layman's terms L.. CBD Understanding how CBD works is also challenging for scientists many people are trying to figure out how it works we we do know that it is a molecule that's cannabinoid that's found in the cannabis hemp plants and it binds to receptors in our are body and brain that are regulating different transmitter systems and what I mean by that is that it will Anuj the activity of cells in different parts of the brain so t.j sees a psychoactive component of cannabis plant that's why people get the high the intoxication that binds to the canal annoyed receptors in our brain and our body CBD actually doesn't bind to those receptors that caused the intoxication but what it does is that it tweaks different neurotransmitter systems so it will turn up one transmitter system and turn down another so that it stays in homies stasis in away so neurotransmitters are responsible for things like pain or society or depression exactly and CBD will altered those transmitter systems that are involved in many different and functions as you said pain mood anxiety so it has a broad mechanism of action and that's one of the things that's been fascinating frustrating for the scientists and that's why we all can't figure it out completely CBD has been shown to be really effective in a in a couple of very important areas this what are those one of the disorders absolutely that is clear from clinical trials is childhood epilepsy seizure disorders Oh these seizure disorders such as Dr as CDs now an FDA approved medication for them so that has I think significantly move the field in believing that CD has medicinal properties what about opioid addiction. I know there's exciting research that you've done about that we have conducted small medical studies that have shown that CD decreased craving and people who have an opiate use disorder a decrease during cited related to their craving as well which are two key features for why people relapse so we're now going to start large clinical trial and we'll see whether or not it replicates but a lot of the work work not only from our group but from others have now started to show that CBD does have potential to decrease craving an opioid users so those two very very exciting areas and that should counter this notion that it's just snake oil right absolutely CBD is not snakes oil there people trying to make snake on in promising that Kim changes every single thing in our society mm-hmm clearly it seems CD holds a lot of promise for a variety of conditions and that's not lost on people who are hoping to cash in and no one under the market is projected to reach twenty billion with the B by Twenty twenty four so what is your concern about this growing industry and the fact that it's being sold in so many different forms for so many different problems the fact that you can buy CBD on your stake in your coffee and water even Mascara their CBD Mascara their CD Mascara and sadly there's also CBD Tampons the problem is All of this lends itself to many people thinking. CBD is a stink oil because how can one thing helped with all of these sprint syndromes disorders even recreational clinical benefits it can't it's a fad like anything else so that many people are just trying to make money without ever having to prove that they're CBD Mascara works they don't have.

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"cbd" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"cbd" Discussed on Today, Explained

"You can find ice-cream CBD cocktails are becoming like a really popular thing. There were reports that Coca Cola is working on CD infused beverage of some sort. So it's definitely a huge huge market hugely successful product, the one that I tried for the story is a CD lot which cost about nine dollars. And what was the selling point of like nine dollars lots? Well, they can't really talk about it. Which is really interesting when I talked to people who sell CBD, they are not really allowed by FDA rules to talk about what it can do because it hasn't been inspected to see if it actually does that stuff. So they just kind of talk about wellness or like some kind of holistic improvement that you might feel. Why don't we talk about you and me right now? Sure. First. Let's clarify what CBD is it gets confused with marijuana? But it's not so CD is short for dial. It's a canal, which is a chemical compound in the cannabis plants. There's over a hundred we're not exactly sure how many the two most important ones economically at least our THC, which is the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana and CBD which is found in marijuana. But also in industrial hemp, which has not in it, Dan, Nassir woods wrote about CBD for the goods advocates. And I asked him to help me figure out how it got to be everywhere from dog treats to lot as to massages. And it turns out, it's super complicated. What I've always been told about CBD is that it gives you this kind of body high without any of that complicated. Psychoactive head stuff kind of like the endorphin rush to get after. Long run or good workout. And even that turns out only half. Right. It's not psychoactive at all. So there would be no high of any sort nobody high nothing. You would you wouldn't feel anything. So to be clear here CBD is not meant to get you high. That's correct. Yeah. At all. Yeah. But it is meant to provide you some sort of relief. Theoretically, the uses of it are at least the ones that are known are anti anxiety and anti inflammatory, those are the most important ones. But it also does seem to have some really beneficial effects for certain medical conditions. It was actually approved by the FDA for drug called pity -alex, which is a epilepsy treatment. And there's a lot of research going on for CBD to treat schizophrenia and people who are doing this kind of work are really excited about it. Because it doesn't seem to have very many side effects and most of the treatments that you would get four something like schizophrenia have really. Really nasty side effects. So researchers definitely excited about it's it's kind of an interesting promising new thing..

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"cbd" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"cbd" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"It's fine. Redican? Like every single retailer like I walked by that, you know, that fancy French restaurant. You you know, that fancy French restaurant. No, yeah. Yeah. They. Joke, but they serve as cargo. It was it was the close when we were roommates. It was the closest like rest restaurant, and it's like actually went there a lot. Nights out of the week, man. You win for chief either for fancy French dinner fancy place. Now, they have a placard outside that says like a CBD smoothies silv- here. Like, there's the CBS snails in there. And still like, no, I mentioned it last week that you know, some sim traveling salesman must have gone to the supermarket close to me. And now they have like ten different things by the checkout counter that are, you know, CBD, brownie CBD, like lollipops CD CBD suckers. I guess it's a type Ollie pop. Jolly ranchers or whatever I was walking. I I went to the bookstore after that they were selling at the bookstore books. And now it's just like stuff like like, oil and stuff. And then I went to. Toy store. I swear to God. We're like buying stuff for my niece and nephew. I'm gonna go to visit them today. You were doing that. Yeah. Oh, gee, say that. Yeah. No, just because I remember earlier in the Corre. That's who barreling down the road at ninety miles an hour. I gotta buy some toys divides to this story. But it's not like even like a hip Tim's here with the CBD oil you've been craving yet. No. It's like it's toys for like infants through like five years old. Okay. Remember like as a kid you'd see those toys sourcing bay. Oh, like you'd be on or something. Like, let's go in the toy store, and they'd be like, it's a baby, toy blocks and stuff would. Yes. The new the new trend in kids toys in like these those boutique stores they're made of wood with magnets in them. That's pretty cool. Check one of the I think my nephew every single configuration. Every like truck in train that has the made of wood with those magnetic you're talking about. Yeah. So anyway on the counter there, they have like CBD, vape pens. Toy store. What are you doing? Yeah. The one thing. I mean, I guess they shouldn't sell CB candy at a toy store. It'd be one thing if it was like this. But this is nothing that kid will ever be purchasing anything in there. It's always like. I think it's mostly for like, hey, are you an uncle going to visit your niece or nephew? Because you live in this young neighborhood. Anyone really messed up beforehand. So we also sell see it doesn't it? Doesn't miss yell. Tom you and I had some CBD last night. After our show, we celebrated with some CBD. Your hotel fell asleep on the couch and your hotel room. Yeah. Now, we you were like, hey, man. He wanna come to my hotel room. I got the good stuff. We could trip out after the show to celebrate. That's like, man. I don't know. That sounds scary. But I'll try it. I four drops of d. A glass of water for each of us Saturday on the record player. None of this happened. I don't appreciate this. So yes. So I have the oil, and I talked last week about it went to a place in the east village to get it. It's like trendy and overpriced. But like, I do think this kind of the good stuff you right? Did you feel like no I was gonna say like? I mean, that's the weird thing with the CB industry right now that I've seen an I'm not. I'm no expert. I am an expert about a lot of 'em. Nice bird about this. I am an expert into the medical field all medical fields, reverse engineering. It. Yeah. How did I ag- knows? If somebody's needs nerve tonic or not what other fields train the transportation industry in general..

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"cbd" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"cbd" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"cbd" Discussed on Science Vs

"CBD can help with all kinds of things from pain to depression and anxiety and even clearing up acne. And it seems kind of crazy that CBD could do all these things, but the industry and CBD fans say that they have science on their side. Dr. Josh they say that these extract can do all the stuff because of a complicated system in the human body that interacts with CB day, and it's called the Endo canal annoyed system cannabinoid system. The Endo can have annoyed system is thought to play a role in a bunch of things like regulating our immune system and even influencing our motions. And it does this through a network of Recep decides that found through. How brain body now? CBD advocates say that the chemical has this amazing ability to into these receptive sites. Like a key into a lock like when of Paltrow to of China. We have receptors in our physiology for CBD, this is a really big deal that we have these receptors in our body that directly bind the plant. They say that by interacting with this complex system. CBD can make you feel bad out, reduce your anxiety and dampened down inflammation and speaking to the Stanley brothers. They told us that CBD binds to these receptors he's Joe so there's much more to understand what we do know is that let's say CBD for the CB two receptor site does fit like locking key all over the internet. You hear these basic idea, and it really adds scientific legitimacy to using CBD for all sorts of things. The only problem is this story, the lock and the key. Day. It doesn't seem to be true. Yes. Scientists at this all sorts of ways, and they're like dude CBD is not binding to those receptors in the Endo cannabinoid system as researches put it in a review papa- beside DEA, quote has now been largely dismissed and quite the truth is we don't know. What's CB day is doing we talked about this with Ken Hutchison? A professor and you're a scientist at the university of Colorado. So we don't even know the mechanism yet in terms of how CD works in the brain. Right. I mean, there's some maybe some hints Miller in animals, but even that is is pretty spun. That is kind of crazy. We we don't we really don't even like how how it would be possible as totally crazy. So it doesn't look like CB is latching onto these receptors. It could be affecting the Endo can have annoyed system in some other way. Maybe not. It's one of the many possibilities. There's just a lot science hasn't figured out yet. And while many scientists, including can't do think that CBD is doing something and shows promise largely because it's helping kids like Charlotte the research is so new that other than epilepsy..

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"cbd" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"cbd" Discussed on Science Vs

"The Stanley brothers ended up naming this CV off the little Charlotte. Instead of disappointment may cold, it Charlotte's web. And this is where things really started taking off CB day and the Stanley brothers wants the epilepsy. Community got would of what CBD could do for Charlotte, desperate families with no other medical options wanted to get some before Charlotte story went viral the Stanley brothers only had a supply for about fifty people soon. They had a waiting list of fifteen thousand we would have people who would find out where we lived where I personally lived in knock on the door to explain to me why their child needed to be moved up on the waiting list, and why they were worse than than another os impossible to keep up with any of it. It was so heavy since shallots story. Scientists have run several clinical trials testing if CBD can help with some kinds of epilepsy, and he can not in all kids. But it has a big enough affect that the FDA approved a CBD base drug VCR. And it just hit the shelves. And while the epilepsy community was getting very excited about CB day. The internet also got a hold of it. They were tales around the web of this. Great new chemical that didn't just cure epilepsy. But also aches and pains demand. But the stuff was skyrocketing. And the Stanley brothers foster became one of the biggest CBD supplies in America. I mean, there are millions of consumers now, right? Some portion of those are are are reporting experiencing amazing results for one reason or another and people are buying it for all sorts of things like anxiety. That's the number one reason we see people buying no, then number two people are saying sleep. And then also some people are using that have cancer some people using that have Parkinson's Alzheimer's, rheumatoid arthritis lupus too long when it's Paltrow's groups started spiking cocktails with CBD and Joe Rogan was using CBD lotion he's injuries. And these claims of really snowballed just last year some websites where even suggesting that CBD could treat cancer the Stanley brothers got in trouble with the FDA linked to a website like this. Then more careful now, but still Josh is Kane on the powers of CB day. He wants to see people taking it every day like a vitamin. We'd like to see this in everyone's medicine cabinet as a as a therapeutic nutritional therapeutic. Okay. So CBD arrived on the scene as almost a miracle cure for some types of epilepsy. And now it's exploded into this phenomenon where people using it to treat just about anything. So after the break, what can science tell us about this chemical? We'll see be live up to the hype. That's coming up..

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"cbd" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"cbd" Discussed on BrainStuff

"In stores and on the internet CBD's legal status is murky even though it doesn't get anyone stoned the US Drug Enforcement Administration. That's the DA classifies it as a schedule one controlled substance just like cannabis, according to DA spokesperson, Catherine Pfaff the. Agency doesn't distinguish between CBD extracted from a high THC cannabis plant of the sort grown to produce marijuana and CBD that comes from hemp a form of cannabis the contains only tiny amount of THC, the CD that's available in health food stores is of the hemp variety in April. The DA's position on CBD that it should be a schedule one substance because it is extracted from cannabis was upheld by a federal appeals court. But the judges also noted that farm legislation passed by congress in two thousand fourteen which allows states to experiment with hemp production could give CBD marketers illegal out, providing they can verify that CBD was produced from hemp grown in states that have legal hemp programs and in September, the DA did announce that exception for pedia pediatrics the FDA approved seizure medication containing CBD, which it classified as schedule five the category for medications with a low potential for abuse. That says that the DA would do the same thing for other CBD drugs that. Come up through the FDA pipeline that didn't change CBD's overall classification though, although CBD technically remains a controlled substance. The DA is not going out of its way to enforce that prohibition. And it's not targeting CBD users Pfaff explained, quote were more focused on major drug traffickers and the opioid crisis. That leaves CBD up to individual states whose laws vary. According to Justin struggle, political director and federal lobbyists for the national organization for the reformation of marijuana laws. CBD is definitely in the clear in the nine states. Plus the district of Columbia that of legalized cannabis use for adults and in the thirty one states that have legalized medical cannabis CBD's legal. If a person has an authorization him from a physician to other states, Indiana, and Kansas have passed laws legalizing CBD from hemp, even though they don't allow medical or recreational. Use of cannabis struggle says there have been very few instances of consumers actually facing criminal charges for purchasing. CBD derived from hemp. And meanwhile, the bright field group a market research firm predicts that CBD will be twenty two billion dollar industry by the year twenty twenty two. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake higher and produced by Tyler playing for more on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hello. It's me Academy Award winning

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"cbd" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"cbd" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Make it a potentially useful treatment for a wide range of different conditions from inflammation and migraines to spasms caused by multiple sclerosis. Kaplan says, but that doesn't necessarily mean that CBD is a panacea while there have been large. Well, designed studies on CBD as a treatment for different types of epilepsy. Much of the information about other possible uses comes from anecdotal reports case reports case series and small studies. That's according to Timothy wealthy a professor of pharmacy practice and chairman of the department of clinical sciences at Drake university and demo- in Iowa while sources like those small reports and studies can provide interesting information, they're also prone to placebo effects wealthy explained by Email. He said they are often not reproducible the situations. That are described are usually not welcome. Trolled to demonstrate the effect of CBD, and eliminate potential confounding factors for this reason, they are not considered as strong evidence for the efficiency of drug. Additionally, the limited scale of that CBD research makes it difficult to detect side effects drug, interactions and other potential problems because there are too few patients involved whilst he says, but many people out there aren't content to wait for more scientific studies or FDA approval of medications containing CBD instead, they're experimenting with CBD on their own to see if it works for whatever ails them, but CBD may not work for everything that people want to use it for though, some are using it as an insomnia remedy, for example, there is little evidence that CBD helps people whose sleeplessness isn't caused by impairing symptoms such as exiled or chronic pain. Kaplan says and unscientific self experimentation is also a concern to researchers such as Kaplan coup explains that different conditions might call for very different dosages of CBD. He said that the dose range can be quite narrow. So for example, in Brazilian study published in two thousand eighteen on CBD's effect in relieving anxiety associated public speaking. Researchers gave different doses of CBD to fifty seven male subjects. They found the dose of three hundred milligrams significantly reduced anxiety for subjects but those who took one hundred and fifty.

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"cbd" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"cbd" Discussed on BrainStuff

"There's even CBD toast and CBD facial masks and spas. But there's more CBD than hipster hype. Appeal lex a drug containing CBD was recently approved by the US food and Drug administration for treatment of seizures related to to rare forms of epilepsy and a growing number of studies suggest that it may be useful in treating other disorders as well. And remarkably that's all happening. Even though CBD remains technically illegal at the federal level with the exception of the epilepsy. Medication mentioned above how. However that prohibition at least for now is not being aggressively enforced and at the state level CBD's legality varies but underneath all of the hype. What is CBD oil anyway, Kennedy, all or CBD is a chemical compound that can be extracted from the cannabis plant. Unlike delta nine tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, which is the chemical ingredients that may lead a pot smoker to get the giggles or play interminable air guitar solos CBD does not get a user stoned THC and CBD have vastly different effects. According to cannabis researcher. Joshua Kaplan and assistant professor in the behavioral neuroscience program at western Washington University. Unlike THC, which gets its fact from acting upon certain cannabinoid receptors in the nervous system CBD has sixty five known targets in the brain and body. Kaplan says for example, CBD activates these same serotonin receptors that are acted upon by selective. Serotonin reuptake inhibitors or as as our eyes which are frequently prescribed. Class of antidepressant medications CBD does not interact with those receptors in exactly the same way. But the serotonin system does seem key in treating anxiety CBD's affect on multiple systems in the brain and body..

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