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"cbd studies" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Manage your immune system response to this infection. Your immune system needs to par site of the infection but not create. Some you know over over towered super response that leads to a whole bunch of mucus accumulation in your lungs and just ask any of in unison so the immune system response needs to be fallon and how to achieve that balance and so that you can achieve survival from the from. The action is a You know is a is a million dollar question nowadays so this very exciting review that you can see canada's modulating the way. The body is responding to influenza virus. Obviously it's not virus but we have data on the cannabis affecting the immune response who hepatitis which is of course. Another virus and west nile virus influenza virus and One other somewhat common viral infection escaping me right now. There's quite a bit of good research showing that it can modulate the response the body's response to viral infection. It ties into the the adapted. Piece that you're talking about 'cause a lot of people may not realize that sometimes and it's kind of become highlighted with covid with the cytokine storm Stuff that that people are now learning about. But you know a lot of times What kills a person sometimes With the disease is not the disease itself but the body's response to the disease if it overreacts and so sometimes when we think about Immunosuppression think of as a negative thing. Unlike that's going to you know make you sick or get you sick or something But sometimes immunosuppression can be a very good thing. If what you're trying to do is prevent your body from having this overreaction To the foreign invader that's that's coming to your body and it reminds me there's a cbd's study on Anxiety and stress that showed a similar response to stressful stimuli that people that were exposed to see the Before a stressful event tended to have a lower blood pressure lower heart rate in the presence of that stimulus in the..

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" 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.

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"cbd studies" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Really, really good studies. There are very few proven use OCD. We need a greater number of researchers, clinicians, working together to carry these studies at a much faster manner. Because I think that, that will once in thrall health to provide the public definitive answers, whether CD, hyper not I think that CBD is not a wonder drug even though I do see that CD has been officially medicinal promise and we're working towards that. But I don't want people to believe that it can cure everything cannot. But we need to research faster. Absolutely research does exist on some of the purported benefits of CBD, but not enough evidence to close the book on most of them, for example, for pain relief, most things out there about PD and pain are anecdotal at this point. But research is currently ongoing and Beth one thing that I think will get more information about soon about CBD in regard to pain and painted also a huge umbrella term there. Many different types of pain, you hear one friend say that CD help their pain and another friends that didn't help me at all. It's just placebo effect. But it can be many reasons why it might work for some people enough for others one it could be that type of pain to could be that CD actually does not work for that particular indication or they're taking different doses, or the company from which the father CD have different amounts of CDs. So again, it's not regulated and conducted in the way to really make definitive things about CD in pain heard is one of the researchers who's in the forefront of CBD's. Studies on addiction. And she says, one area where research has conclusively proven a benefit is for some kinds of seizures. He is beneficial for some children with a rare form of childhood epilepsy. And significant amount of research, is accumulating showing CBD effective in.

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"You know what I'm saying? That's okay. But something that's all natural at a guy it in their state. It's legal for them to use. They can't so I mean, there's definitely a conversation to be had. And you know. We'll just see high goes, whenever I honestly, don't know much about the behind the scenes after a surgery and things like that. I know they, they typically provide or prescribe pain medicine. Right. And then, you know, can you just choose to not use it? And then you are things that kind of how it works or do they typically track your usage with the pain medicine, because I feel like that's the biggest issue. You know, guys can guys can avoid the opiates. I feel like that has to be considered. You know, until I think, you know, obviously, please away for federal legalisation before they go down. Arrow, I guess they feel like it somewhat of a slippery slope. Because everyone everything is possession. Everything that, you know, our whole being human beings. What people perceive of us, right? So, you know, allegiance worried about, you know, guys going out. You know, Steph curry goes to shooting slump in know then we'll be fan base by. Oh, he must be high. That. Those are the things that they're worried about are you hoping that with the work that you're doing with Joel Buna sarin, and sandy conclo-? In the study, you guys are putting together with retired players that, that could potentially impact the NBA once that leash legalization happens. You think get, obviously, you know who the best you talk to size the people that are going through the chronic ain't on a daily basis known saying in no, the grind, you know what I'm saying? So, you know, Aaronson wellness in the replayed brand is definitely, you know, heavy on is much information that we can provide, as much studies and stuff that we can learn from. So they, you know, the products that we produce just continue to get better better bet. And I think the best place for us to start especially meeting in X athletes exacting tomorrow resources, which are other ways that I know are in pain. You know what I'm saying that I know these guys drinking note, he's still taking pills just saying, hey, let's try this and see what happens. Absolutely end. We mentioned by extracts butter, baby Harrington wellness. I know there are. People out there that have heard of CBD oils and things like that they've heard of CBD. They've heard of, you know, the, the positive effects of cannabis, can you kind of speak on the different things that those two can help because I think a lot of people that have heard these things, but haven't really done their homework. What are some of the benefits and some of the things that, you know, people can use this for me to them me? Everything your body as Endo cadaver noise system minute are by literally made to interact with the candidates clean. You know, if you test your body, right now, you don't consume cannabis, then races, tracer T, A C in your body in CD. You understand what I'm saying? So that's our bodies was plan was living with me for us. But no, some of the benefits are, you know, at times Mashburn anti-muslim story Australian diety Ozzy pain on a slow things kids were epilepsy. A lot of things. You know what I'm seeing in? You know, we haven't even really tapped into because we don't have the proper testing..

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"I'm standing Ray figuring it out in. We're is being to create products that a change in people bass. I find that story, so cool, you talked about it before about, you know, your grandmother, and how you convinced her to try it, and it helped her so much. And that's actually why you named you name the company vile extracts, after her. Right. Is that is that the story came about us, so? So, so right at the scene, and help her decided to invest on all the caregiver for two years. And in twenty fourteen we had to get a license got licensed, yet establish ourselves as a business in no decided name, the company acted her because a choose, I inspiration. So that's how we got the name by. You're working with a job onus are the NBA traded. We've mentioned before and doctors sandy Kunkle, who is the orthopedic surgeon for the Indiana Pacers. You guys are all working on Harrington wellness is CBD products. You guys are doing a study with the retired players association where you provide CBD cream to retire NBA players who are experiencing deepen, and you'll track whether it helps them. How did that come together? Well, you know, obviously, you know, as I continue to learn space, I realize seek the allergies, obey a big part of, of the industry in general, you know what I'm saying? So, you know, me being ex Adly in the fact that no out pag fourteenth surgeries throughout my career. I've had, you know, excuse nine about five of like the last two years of my career in effect us, OCD canvas or whatever, you know what I'm saying who manage all my pain after the surgeries I just wanted once again, let the world know about it, it know that you have on turn of oxygen. You don't have to do the agitate though stuff. It was things they are his potentially highly addictive life threatening at the end of the day, what I'm saying, you know, something that's all natural plant in, you know, our job is to create the products that will make people feel comfortable using them unless you humanizes processes humanize, the plant. No, like. What we've been lied to for forever in, you know, this, this doesn't good thing for a lot of people. I know you interviewed David stirred, and he said that you persuaded him that cannabis should be off the NBA's banned substance, lists, obviously, he's not Commissioner anymore. But do you think we'll see the NBA allow players to use cannabis and CBD products in the near future? Think nothing to see these signs aside, you know is the medicinal side. Not AC is very medicinal as well because of the entourage, effective. You know, goes to croppies coming together. Is like heaven. You know what I'm saying for the body for the soul? But yeah, I think he will be the first thing they do allow teachers capsules different things like that. And, you know, I think that's very important, because I think that a lot of the anti-inflammatories stuff that they'd given us I think that, you know, we can manage our painting, something national without harmful side effects. Yeah. You mentioned the surgeries you had in, you know, using the CBD oils and things like that to manage your pain after surgery. You obviously know a lot of retired players as well who've had their own surgeries and injuries. What kind of feedback have you gotten from other players about how CBD or cannabis products, help them? It was all saying, no what I'm saying. I mean, you know, plays UCD they used to THC two men. You know, I think a lot of players just won't awake in just like no light is doesn't make any sense, any more than this, I think eighteen cities in the NBA where cannabis is some way, the medicinal recreation, legal, and I mean, these are the states that these kids playing or these guys playing, and you're trying to tell me they paid taxes. Investigate libanaise state in de state says that they are legally able to be Medicated through candidates in their job, sell them that they can't, but the job is selling that they could take these harmful opioids in their job is okay with them drinking liquor in all these other things that had been proven in shell to be harmful..

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"Do you feel like I should be able to go straight from high school league? Very surprised the Tracy said that, especially on the success. He had often maybe his transition might have been helpful because he was in Toronto in a country wasn't like being almo-. Whatever. Right. New when I look at his whole trajectory of his career, I'm surprised that he meets Satan in mind that so they ask you a question out for right? High school is should we had to go pro. You look at the numbers. I mean how many how many highschool to pro plays I actually going to be hall of famous Alana. Yes fan. So I think that, you know, people can tell when you're young yet eighteen normal, your man at that point, you should be able to tell you a great talent evaluate. You should be able to decide this kid will be able to play him out league or this league for the next ten to fifteen years, you should be able to tell that as what you paid for. So why you have to go to college for them. Improve more, your for them said had been contained improved themselves, but you to make the right decision. You know what I'm saying sterile, to the point, we can go defend our country. Eighteen without lives on the line. We should be able to go make limit for. Oh, yeah. I, I agree. One hundred percent. I was apprised t max at two, he said that later is career when he was at the San Antonio. I don't know if he's still feels that way now. But yeah, I mean, I think that the rule was to save GM from themselves because they were just dropping so many of these high school guys, and they wanted to be able to evaluate guys at the college level. But you're right. I mean do a better job evaluate evaluate and talent and you won't have bust on your hand. It worked out for a lot guys. And I agree with you that you should be able to make that jump. If you're ready. One thing I find interesting. Now, RJ Hampton recently made headlines he's gonna he's one of the top recruits in the country, he chose to sign in with the N, B L and New Zealand instead of playing college basketball after you left the NBA you actually played one season in the NBA with the Sydney kings. What kind of competition, and we'll RJ face in the N, B L? And do you think this will be good for his development? Oh, yeah. I mean you know, obviously, let him go make a couple of dollars at home to his family. I'm sure they could use it more for that, at the end of the day going to college. You know, you go to school for one year is impossible to get a grip on any type of major that you potentially wanna do. Right. You know, at the end of the day you're going to college, especially these at least they're going to college to go professional so that they can't make a living, you know, intake it at family. So they can do that in the interim instead of going to school, instead of being considered somewhat Corrina out in late in, they can go, make some money and spend all year. The next twelve months counting the months working on game, preparing for the moment to go to the NBA, which may go off, what I think that's a great idea. My son, you know, was that opportunity? I sign off on Rb. I honestly don't know much about the National Basketball league is the competition. They're really strong. And how. Much help RJ too. I mean it's strong because the simple fact that they amend I mean, you know van not definitely mas-, not NBA, caliber is probably probably college level ended the day I think it is definitely about college level. I mean obviously these guys at grown or whatever. But I would say like a level of play is obviously not in the a but it will be our say, you know, being on college ACC. Yeah. So if you can do that and get some money go for it. I agree with you. Now, you'll a few different businesses that you'd that produce cannabis and CBD products..

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"From jersey saw nation. So no for meat engine is easy. New York means he's got to think about a man by New York is the mecca the world 'em near everything of starts. Did you know what I'm saying is there? No. So I you know, when I was dead, I was all I was thinking about what you know, obviously winning so that I could kind kinda get that kind of love, and I was on the stand, while out of guys are frayed of that pressure is, I don't review it as being pressured. No. Like, you know, I was gonna meet, you know, pressure crazy diamonds. You know what I'm saying that the end of the day, I'm not forget when I played is nice, but a fly in my son before every game I was always never wanted to give booed while I play there. In a in, I think, for the two years, I was there. I never got boot once you know at all game not that awesome. You've you've experienced no big market, small markets. We are so much in the NBA about, you know. Go to market. You kind of speak on that difference of playing for a big Mark team for small market team. I mean when you in the market, you don't feel it. You know what I'm saying? Because when you're the Slav arc, you know, you'll do a big fish in a little pond. But, you know you get a lot love in the United saying we go. So big market. Not obviously now you're a little fish in Bayer pie. Right. Because big markets have of sports in other things on, on that make you not the guy. Right. Right. If you can be LeBron James, Kevin Durant, in your experience to be different than how Harrington's in New York just because they had that much star power on. They don't say that. So I don't really think it matters in some cases, it does. Like I feel like Zion. Definitely loses out going to New Orleans compared to New York, especially with all the holidays bring out the gate, you know what I'm saying? But at the same time, you know, overtime I feel like all those same opportunity comes in. He plays at the level everyone thinks he can play at, you know, it also bounce itself out me. But with a Brandon in Cleveland you know what I'm saying? That was considered a small, Mark. He's still is. But, you know, he's still able to become a billion dollar athlete in that market. Yeah. Very true. So what do you look at the NBA? Now. Do you see any players that remind you of yourself or that play like you a little bit? Really man? I don't disrespect on young boys gangs. How much has the league changed though? I look at a guy like you and had you entered the NBA right now with your ability to score all over the floor. You're versatility you ever think of how you play in today's NBA or how much the game has changed in a very short period of time. Me, obviously, the Gaza will younger quicker, whatever. You know, our guests like, you know, the need dirt note. We would guys kind of transcended the gaming in created. This is a very versatile format that could shoot the boss. You know handled a ball bring the ball because the offense different things like that. So, you know, I feel like if I played in this era, our fit right in what I'm saying that's kind of what we kind of transcended sport during that time. Absolutely. You are one of the guys that made the jump from high school to the NBA. I recently had the Shawn Stevenson on the podcast. And he talked about how he had a really TRAN Dinh he joined the Utah Jazz and you only play a lot. They were contending. What was that jump like for you? Eighteen years old and you don't know no better, man. I was living I was living right now. The magnitude of you so living in the moment at times, really know understand what you're doing..

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"Toronto's death is really helping them. Whereas you look at Golden State with boogie not one hundred percent with Katie out. You know they seem like they don't they're not nearly as deep as they've been in the past. So that's definitely possible. I think it's going to be really good series. I'm really excited. She kind of how it plays out. I wanna talk about your career. Now let's start with your time with the war. Here's actually because you did play in Golden State. They've obviously become this juggernaut now. But I've heard in recent years. Some opposing fans will say, oh, you know they're their fans are bandwagon fans but I think that's pretty inaccurate. I was always impressed with their fans loyalty and passion when you played in Golden State, what was your time like there? And what did you think of the fan base business amazing? And. A college town near in the support was dislike immense of me. We believe you. We went at playoff series. I promise you one of us could committed the murder and got away with. I'm saying I guess how much you know, they were supporting not in there was a it was a beautiful beautiful thing. It'd be a part of and, you know, I'll never forget that time now out of your sixteen seasons in the NBA, which one was the most fun. And why I know there are lots of cheese from you mentioned that warriors year, some of Indiana years which season was the most fun for you. I was saying. Might have been that we believe you me, you know, me Jack, I got traded in from Indiana. So, you know, he's having a up and down. Yeah. Just says, you know this is players on our team, you know, in, you know, at the incident that giant had happened, you know, shoot out and all that type of stuff, you know, we got moved in went to go the state where, you know, they considered a somewhat misfits. You know what I'm saying Don as I coach in. We got a coach that enjoys a cocktail to, and you gotta always play that a while. So this one of those things will became the government is this on, really special nothing towards the end of that year, I think it was like flow, team games left and we needed to win twelve out of those fourteen to make the playoffs. We might literally sat looking southern facing saying, yeah, we going to do this up a one fifteen out of sixteen in, you know, obviously took them minimum into, you know, being the number one seed that is obviously now is probably the most fun in a season. Yeah. That was not a fun as an outsider just watching. I can't even imagine what it was like being a part of it. You also play for the New York Knicks you averaged a career high twenty point seven points. They're now they're, obviously hoping to land, at least one big superstar this summer and free agency. Can you kind of speak on your experience in New York and why it is so attractive to some players?.

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"So they're always in the gym, and makes makes lot of sense with Kyle. I remember there was one summer where he got married instead of going on a honeymoon. He was back at impact, and he was just really maturing a lot too. He had had some problems of coaches and playing time. You know, he was starting some games and come out the bench others, and then would that year. He like emerged us an all star. I remember seeing him and thinking, okay. This guy's a huge step forward. That's the other thing with impact. You've got you kind of get an idea of who's going to break out the following year. Do you remember that somewhere that Kyle kind of put everything together and really broke out? Car me, swimming Okaz plenty him in junkie, a very cool like. Anna, Mary jelly, Chelsea came to make is I three to five years. I wanna say essentially was very shaky. That is not as good as the bus whatever he landed in Detroit in completely changed. His career wrapping denies all fame. You know what I'm saying about the encounter saying thing out with Houston, Memphis? You know, he landed in Toronto in looking what he's done all star for three or four straight years in, you know, now has a chance to win the championship in the finals in part of that. So, you know Kyle is definitely put it in the work man tireless worker always trying to get better. Prioritize his workout around the rest of the day is of obligations in, you know, you have guys like that, you know, success is gonna come from that, because, you know, we put the work in the results are always going to beat it, and we're recording us on Friday, one day after the raptors one game, one of the NBA finals over the warriors out when you look at this series, what are your thoughts on? And who do you have winning at all without Katie Mun? In the fact that Andre Daba is obviously not one hundred percent in, you know, his age. In the little little pools, eat out right now is no way that he's gonna be able to get one hundred percent over the next two weeks, especially while playing I say Toronto got shot man. You know, obviously, you know, a Golden State is high in those guys aren't making shots, but they're gonna need guys around on to make shots because, you know, Stephan Klay get gone. Get sixty seventy in waiting on make up that other, you know, forty points, you know what I'm saying because, you know, Toronto, definitely scorned at a high clip. Everybody on their team is playing well. You know obviously they bring in that rhythm of playing in six games in not having a week nine days off. So they can keep that going no could be true. I wanna take a second, thank our sponsor draft kings, after a long and grueling regular season in a very entertaining playoffs. The finals are finally here the raptors one game one, thanks to heat performances from passable Siaka, Mark assault, and Fred vanfleet. Everyone's wondering when Kevin Durant coming back for the warriors..

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"I feel like he decides to open up the United saying, so from that perspective, you know, that's a great way to kind of manage your life. You know what I'm saying because it allows you to really think things through. And you realize you know, you know why people are around you United stand by that time Joey was the. Oh, jeez, you know what I'm saying? So he was just trying to get as much knowledge now he could on, you know, the process of, you know how to work outs will be run. If he's allowed to play five, five one online by what things that what advice we gave him plan to really focus on. So then when he went in the workouts, day, we really live well in show. Well, you know what I'm saying? So that was the question that he was asking those summit things. Giving him you know insights on being that we always different teams and stuff, we could tell them like these coaches are very this in this coaches like that in this coach rather you sit and talk to home in rather than do this. You know what I'm saying? So is giving him those little tips. That's huge. Another thing with impact. It's like its own world. You know you kinda understand now where some of the friendships in the NBA come from. There are their own little rivalries, and things like that over the years, who were some of the guys that impressed you the most at impact in terms of their work ethic. Because I know you've seen a lot of guys come in and out of there. I mean, you know, obviously, call our, you know what I'm saying Gaza endless worker in. You'd I know did a lot of flack sometimes for in a lot of people because he's not scoring a ball, the hot clip saying he's not showing up, but, you know cosmic those guys that he plays he plays to win. You know what I'm saying already at two points? Thirty points fifty points. You know that his whole his whole intention, the entire time he was out there was to win games. You know Rudy gays another guy that was a our worker on Dante Jones, lo-, low, like me Chauncey, Billups Mba's worker, Tyron lose the Emma's worker. So, you know all the guys that impact, really like if you wasn't a worker you win. You will regatta impact it'd be honest, none. I'm saying, Joe does a good job with demanding you know, a lot of energy and effort from us, you know, consistently because he's giving us his all, you know what I'm saying so require us to get that back. So, you know, I was just say any guy that was a state will. No taste Sean prints guys like that. You know, we will all endless workers. Yeah. That makes sense. Those are the guys that every time I would go out see them..

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"He also played into big three and won the first ever big three championship. He's also a businessman disturbed, several companies that produce cannabis products and CBD products. Al how are you? Guys are y'all going you preciado you joining us, we're doing well let's start by talking about some basketball. I got to know you because I would go to impact basketball in Las Vegas, every summer to shoot video interviews with draft prospects in veterans who were out there and I love impact because I get a chance to see, you know, how guys work in behind the scenes and how talented you guys are Joel Buddha's ours. The NBA trainer out there, who started impact basketball, and he's worked with so many guys with Kawhi Leonard in the NBA finals right now I was thinking back to when I was doing his redraft training at impact back in two thousand eleven I remember he was working really hard to improve his shot. And there's one story that I always tell people Kawai was scrimmaging against other draft prospects. And he was on defense someone through a hard pass across the court. And you just stuck one hand out and caught it harming the ball made it look so easy. Looks like a softball in a glove. That's how big is hands were, he would just dominating. Everyone on defense, he was really putting a lot of work on his three point shooting. You were there that summer what? Remember about redraft Kawai is same thing. The one thing always, you know, was this, you know, like me being from the city and stuff. Like you'll always expect players than when they play hard to be kinda raw raw, but something about co why he's just has this this pace about himself. You know, Owen, the court off the court, which is doesn't seem like is allowed intensity. You know what I'm saying the end of the day, like you know, he's just he's as competitive you'll ever meet in just seeing how bad he wanted to be a better player. You know what I'm saying? Like he literally came in, you know, that summer in his mind, he was preparing for pan, or for what he's doing right now in the finals, you know what I'm saying you go. He was getting ready for a game seven. So, you know you understand why evidence success that he's having yet at I, I was like, man, this guy shy does interviews, and then I saw him a little more. I saw him the night before the draft. He was in the same hotel that we were in and he was like a few doors down acne exact same way. So on the day he got drafted exact same way. So I'm like an all star party. The is always the same stoic quiet collide doesn't really change. What was your experience with them just kind of off the floor talking to him getting into him because I know that's one good thing about impact to a lot of the draft prospects can interact with NBA veterans. What would you guys talk about? And when did you first, get to know him mentioned that you guys were from the same place? I forgot about that. No. It was just pretty much stayed with no good thing. I'll have men like he's, you know he listens. A lot on the media is not a big talker is not control room. You're not in it. What he does. He of insys back in in. Learn people in, in, in find out what people self interests are before..

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"cbd studies" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Add that to the fact that with chronic use of THC, you build up a tolerance to the benefit on falling asleep faster. So that now you actually have to start using more of the compound to get the same reduction in sleep onset time means that that tolerance dependency. I don't think is necessarily good thing. When you then cease the use of THC, what you find in the cities is a pretty horrific insomnia rebound where people than actually have miserable sleep. And it usually typically leads to then fulling of the bandwagon of absence. If that's the goal and people then sought having to use again to gain back that crutch. That you may not necessarily if needed otherwise. So I think the the evidence right now, especially with the rim sleep blocking effect of THC and the importance of Remm sleep that we know of I don't feel comfortable in thinking that THC itself is really the sleep aid of the future. And that there is more evidence on the THC side CBD is starting to gain more research traction. I don't think there's enough studies done. I think part of the reason with CBD is an THC is just it's hot do these because the hot to get funded because of still some of the moral. And now, I am not again, I'm not puritanical about this. I'm not casting any judgment at all often thought. Well, you know, what would it take? Maybe I should do like a kick starter and try and crowd source enough money to do the appr-. Oh, preate CBD studies because I think CBD is more promising on the data right now, the data physi- CBD is that you get that benefit of falling asleep fast. Either way would you just to interject for would you be able to get an IRA be approval to do a real world study where a bunch of people were just using wearables, and you could homogenize in uniform the wearable and the CBD and things like that. But without having to do it as an inhouse leap study. Do you think the wearables are good enough that could get enough data in the community? I would probably do a hybrid. I mean now that makes hiring if it's of THC and being used as hybrids is not less than me. But I would probably do a hybrid wa I would do some tracking of sleep ecologically in the in the home setting as it were. And then have a couple of nights where they would actually come in. And we would measure that hike rates the quality because the track is out there right now, you know, that just not white accurate than not. Clinical grade enough to understand the quality in the stages of you'll sleep. I think Trump is not bad right now. And but even those metrics you'd get a clue, right? Like even with the F somewhat of a clue yet. You can see it. I think people often ask me what's the best sleep tracker. And I would say it's the sleep truck that you every night, you know, I think most of them much of a muchness in terms of current inaccuracy. So I would do a hybrid city probably where I do some tracking outside with things like wristwatches oil rings, and then I would do some inlet labar atrocities. But I think facility things are at she looking more promising CD does give you that same benefit fullest, the faster. You don't seem to get the hit on Remm sleep. Now. I don't think there's enough that he's for metoo yet feel comfortable in saying definitively. You don't but for the small handful of non placebo control trials for whatever it's worth. And we all talking about Hans up here. Everyone know recommendations, no promissory notes. This is just very early tentative. Preliminary evidence suggests that you may not get the rim sleep deficit, which is good. The other thing is that you typically don't see the dependency issues, nor do you get the insomnia rebound when you stop using CBD. And the final thing I think that's interesting with CBD is that it match have some benefits in Sutton sleep disorders, the some of the little bit of evidence that it may reduce the severity of sleep apnea. But I think that that's just you know, one or two studies the some benefit that's happening in PTSD with CBD treatment to help with PTSD sleep problems and sleep problems, real problematic issues with PTSD patients. So I think anything that could be of help as long as it's medically.

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"cbd studies" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Off a health. The sleep helps us focus. It helps us do a lot of different things and being penalized for it. That's where it's very frustrating. Guys are losing their career guide me, I got find a ton of money, you know, from from from smoking and other guys in people have lost their careers over. So just when you don't educate yourself and understand how helpful it is. You know, there's plenty of studies out Israel is twenty years ahead of the United States as far as the use of breaking the whole entire plant down in the benefits for the United States is starting catch up. But just break it down. I saw Stephen. I Smith today go on his rent and it really bothered me. Because he he's perpetuating. The stereotype I don't want to see someone coming getting high of like, it's not you handle it responsibly. Like you do anything else. You know, what I mean people drink people do other things handle it responsibly. You know what I mean? But he's screaming at the top of his lungs. You know to America how bad or how it shouldn't be used? Or he doesn't know what it takes to get through a day to get through practice to get through a game to travel and play back to back and have to be up the next day to, you know, play again, or, you know, double overtime game one place and fly to the next place in your on TNT than you don't know what that takes to be able to get your body to relax if smoking is what does that for you? You shouldn't be penalized. Melissa Melissa angels. Roy if he had three whiskeys at night or four whiskeys or something just help and the. Nobody would care wouldn't wouldn't fail a test. Actually would probably be worse than much Elite late. waking up hungover off. But here's the here's the thing. He's right about everything. He's saying it's just the wrong way to deliver the message like when you're doing that an Instagram video. You're clearly heard the lighter. It's not like I mean, I like real authentic, and I mean it was raw right? That was that was a real video him. And it was his real thoughts. But there's something to be said about the way you deliver a message. And like there have been a lot of people who have been trying to deliver this in a way that doesn't scare people that doesn't freak people out about the illegal drugs, or whatever you wanna call it. 'cause it it gets people's ears up because people's, you know, nervous when they think that you you're. We're at high, and there's a way to do it that doesn't that can seem, you know, more clinical like if I know the sounds, but if you took if you took it as a pill or a salve rub it on your skin is a different than smoking in a way people see that differently. Put it in a shower more, accepted more accepted, and I think that that's probably where we're going to end up on this whole discussion because I know like in California when like when you have cancer or something and they need to stimulate your appetite. They they have a drug called marinol all there's all kinds of. CBD THC the effects and and how they affect everybody different. But at some point, I it's going to be legal being talked about, I think CD will be legal Shirley within professional sports. I saw someone NHL today. Not penalizing guys who test positive for marijuana it's test. But I don't know. Illegals happening so fell happening. Right. It should be an alternative, you know. I it's not for everybody. I think to be honest with you. I think you know, smoking may not be what about guarantee there's a piece of the plant. They can help everyone. I mean, you look into the CBD's studies in in all the different things that can do THC does when you combine the two there's a piece for everybody. But it may not be for you on that. But we eventually have to get there. You know what I mean?.

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"cbd studies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Brian Lehrer on WNYC. And as I said for this membership driver ending each show with a ten minute explainer on a different topic each day today, a ten minute explainer on CBD, the cannabis products now showing up even at supermarket checkout counters that some people say can have health benefits here to explain is running Rabin health writer for the New York Times. Her latest piece is titled CBD is everywhere. But scientists still don't know much about it. Thanks for doing this. Ronnie. Welcome to WNYC. Thank you happy to be here. So can you explain what CBD stands for cannabis dial? It's one of the many cannabinoid in the marijuana plant and the cannabis plant. It is it is it does not get you high. It is it is the second most plentiful of these biologically active components of of the plant and. It is being promoted for for everything. And it's everywhere it's supposed to heal just about everything that that ever L the human race. But when you look closely, we don't really know how how well how it works in humans. Exactly. There's a lot of potential is there any quantity of CBD that would potentially be psychoactive just to be clear about that. Absolutely not now, the Chinese are. That's one thing. There's a consensus on it. And you can you can take as much as you want. You went. You're not gonna get high off it. You're not gonna get stoned off. It can you explain the law around CBD, it's legal even while cannabis in general still isn't around here. The laws really complicated because the federal laws conflict with the state laws. They just changed the agriculture Bill last year made it legal to grow hemp. And she from hemp is is is that is there for legal, but CBD has also been approved as a as a drug by the FDA and FDA says you cannot put drugs in food and in supplements, you can't put them in, you know, over the counter supplements and all the supplements vitamin you buy so you've got you've got conflict here because you've got state laws at that depth legalize states that have legalized marijuana that's supposed to be getting worked out soon. But but right now, that's why in New York City wanted to health into restaurants and his toll restaurants that needs to get it out of food. I think by mayor tune they've put out some new directives to restaurants CBD has been showing up in supermarkets drugstores health food market's pretty much anywhere that edible things are sold. So what can you explain about what sign? Scientists actually know about the effectiveness of CBD for anything health related. Well, there's one CBD drug that has been has been tested in humans and children, and it has been approved by the FDA for reducing seizures in children with these very severe epilepsy conditions, and that there was a human trial. It was found affective when they added to their regimen of drugs. It doesn't completely eliminate seizures. It helps that is the one approved drug in the US other than that. We have a lot of we have some information from from some lab studies. We have information for rats study who do have some human trials. But but nothing is really definitive. It seems to have anti convulsive effects, which is why they tried to prep lachey, and it seems to have anti inflammatory effects, which is why they think it may be helpful for a lot of conditions that are considered linked inflammation, like Crohn's disease and various kind of a bow syndromes. But but the studies in humans right now, our our are small they kind of contradict each other. And they're just haven't been many good studies in humans done there seems to be a lot of potential for addiction. And it's being it's trials are going to get started on using it to help people quitting smoking and quitting. Serious drugs like opioids. So that's there's a lot of potential there. And I see you interviewed a scientists in Canada about his research around the use of CBD for anxiety and PTSD. What did he tell you about that? Well, he he mostly said that he was going to be doing trials Manning's idea that he had reviewed the literature on CBD anxiety and found very little evidence. To prove that it's effective and scientists and other countries are doing research on CBD. I see what what's an example looks like Israel and the UK have some kinds of CBD studies calling Israel's doing a lot of trials, and they have done a trial autism. They've done some trials and Crohn's disease. I can tell you. They they they didn't find they didn't they didn't do the trials haven't been been terrific. They haven't been very rigorous. And they haven't been they haven't been found effective in those so far there's still there's still a lot of work. But they don't it's so preliminary so early on that people don't even know what does to give what does will be effective. Now, we we know that one thing one thing they're pretty sure it's fairly safe. If you give a higher dose number one. No one's gonna get stoned. And number two, they're not likely to have that side effect. But they still don't know where to start. That's so they don't even know that it's really really early on in the research. So the one Crohn's disease trailing Israeli didn't do that. Well, they said, well, maybe we didn't give enough we gave ERI little. So maybe we need to try with a higher dose. Let's listen to somebody's personal story. And it's not in Newton New Jersey. Matt you're on WNYC high. There. How are you? Good. I see dialects she's been on it since the late summer before that we try to host a medications dialects is it's a CD medication and her neurologist prescribed it for her and she has not had a seizure since then. So success story with one form of CBD for your. That that's the approved form drug. That's on the market that was proven and trials to reduce seizures children with these syndromes. Thank you very much, and you wrote in your article that.

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"cbd studies" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Whatsoever. Here is today's top tonight of new story. I make miles BMW rose out that biggest SUV ever the X seven three row monster. It will be the fifth SUV from BMW to be built in South Carolina, web BMW produces fourteen hundred vehicles a day, the seven will come with standard s suspension the seven uses an infrared camera that make sure that you'll looking out the road. And if you are you can set your car to drive for you and take your hands off of the we to see the seven go to L auto, expert dot com. Go rally auto parts for all of your car needs. We are close convenient and known for our guaranteed, everyday, low prices and excellent customer service from professional parts people you can trust. Stop by your local O'Reilly auto parts today. Overly auto parts. Better parts, better prices every day. Celebrating the connection with our pets. This animal radio featuring dream team. Veterinarian Dr Debbie, white and groomer joy Villani and hear your host Hal Abramson Judy Francis. We have another great our coming up. If you missed last hour, we talked CBD. It's the new big thing. If you missed it. You wanna hear about it head on over to animal radio dot pet and you can hear the whole show as well as, you know, asking questions from the free animal radio app for iphone, Android, and blackberry. But this our very excited about this. If you fly a lot or a little bit, you might notice at some airports. There are groups that bring animals out to kind of distress you. Because let me tell you flying can be very very very stressful. This time of year. Oh, yes. So what are they doing in Louisiana? You might say are they bringing out the cute little fuzzy keys and dogs to St. stress. You absolutely not. They got an alligator down there. We're going to talk to the. No that sinking there just for a second. We're going to talk to the what is her name. Oh, she's Aaron Aaron burns the director of communications at the Louis Armstrong, New Orleans international airport and figure out what are they thinking with their de-stressing alligator, that's on the way, Laurie. What are you working on for this hour? Well, there's you know, the old saying let sleeping dogs lie. How about let sleeping dogs sleep with women has they've done some research on that. And it's good for everybody that could be taken so many different ways. I'm just going to keep this straight ahead this so on a leave it to meet it really drive there. I always take it to the lowest common denominator. Let's go to the phones for your calls right now. One eight six six four zero five eight four zero five don't forget, you could also ask your questions from the free animal radio app for iphone, Android, blackberry. Judy is signaling that I've said at once again too fast. Sorry, one eight six six four zero five eight four zero five does that please the court better. I think you can look down just a little more. How we go to Scott. Hey, scott. How are you doing? Very good. What's going on? We have a ten year old cat. She's been healthy for the whole ten years about let me see an August twenty eighth. They took it out repeat clean. So they put her underneath. And then about a month after Nazi started having the T-ball seizures, and she's had five teachers sense September twenty seven. Okay. Two weeks ago? They started her on a gap. Appended a have to have a that. And do it the one more after that. And now it concerns if you don't want to be a higher doses or different drugs that he heard that CD all can be helpful and cat Caesar's. So that's one hundred question is. We'll see Shire's in jobs are actually far more common than in cats. And in fact, I think the incidents in cats is something like two percent of kitties that actually acquire some kind of seizure disorder. The problem is is that when we're talking about seizures. We can't have a one size fits all treatment plan. So before even talk about what we're going to give any Pat with a seizure problem. It's really I I really truly back up to okay. What are the things that cause seizures in a pet of this age in this lifestyle? And then we look at that a bit further. So, you know, if they did dental, they probably did some basic lab work, but the that goes a level beyond just your basic lab work because there can be things that are in relation to fungal infections. We can see protozoan infections viral infections that can cause seizures liver problems electrolyte disorders, then you get into things like tomb. Moore's or something structural within the brain that can go on. So because of that I would always say go back to square one. And you know, really do as much as we can to try to investigate an underlying cause sometimes that may mean doing secondary or third level testing which could be doing things like bile acid tests, special viral tests, and in some cases going to have brain imaging done because there's definitely different expectations with different therapies so before. I'd say, oh, here's a drug. Let's try this to control your seizures. That's a very important aspects. So you know, again, you and your veterinary knew what what has been done and what hasn't been done. But that's a really important thing before I ever say, let's try a seizure medicine. Bloodwork urine. Chef and that all came back. There was nothing unusual there. But we haven't gone testing beyond that point. Yeah. You you might certainly start that conversation say, okay, him hate this. Doctor Debbie person said that there may be some other kind of a fungal diseases or viral diseases I need to consider. And what what do I need to know? For my pet might be a risk. And certainly, I'm not gonna tell you to run, you know, ten tests that are unnecessary. But every pets different every location is different. So for example, I had a seizure dog today at the office, and we're in the desert southwest. So there is a fungal organism called tuxedo. Mycosis in our area that is a potential cause of seizure in pets in the desert southwest. So that's an important conversation. I have with any of my patients. So likewise, I'm sure you're veterinarian. We'll have some regional things they'll want to discuss. As far as therapy for seizures. If we thought okay, you're kitty has epilepsy. The the the number one seizure control medication is truly few. No, Barbara tall. And that's what we found has the best efficacy to control seizures related to epilepsy. Things. Like, Cava Penton can't be helpful. We tend to have to go to super high doses with dogs and cats so it can be used. But I don't find that. It's very good by itself as a sole therapy to control seizures. So if a kiddie tolerates it, and it seems to be decreasing him. I wouldn't lose hope, but you know, that's a pretty well tolerated. Medication? So the big question cvt oh gosh. Everyone wants to know. And you know, the real problem is that CBD studies. We have really no published veterinary studies that can speak to the efficacy the safety and this specific dosing. There is research. Underway that we hope to have some answers to this. But the the real problems are as at veterinarians hands are tied in in regards to the so it is a controlled a schedule one drug. So it is deemed inappropriate for use for any cause. But and that's by the federal government the classification. So until that changes, you won't often find a veterinarian that can recommend that CBD given for A B or C condition at whatever dose that being said, we know in people that there is some evidence that shows that I can improve seizure and other neurologic type conditions. So you know, we're waiting. We wanna see those extrapol- more than just extrapolated kind of links that people are making to help seizures. I can't tell you. I've had some folks abandon their regular traditional therapies with CBD. And you know, the. The ones that I hear back on many of the pets. I it did not do what they were hoping to is that because it was the wrong choice. No, maybe not. But there's no standardization of products because it's not legal. You know? We don't have the proof that what they say is in the label is truly in there.

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"cbd studies" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"cbd studies" Discussed on Animal Radio

"I think you can look down just a little more. How we go to Scott. Hey, scott. How are you doing? Very good. What's going on? We have a ten year old cat. She's been healthy for the whole ten years about let me see an August twenty eighth. They took it out repeat clean. So they put her underneath. And then about a month after Nazi started having the T-ball seizures, and she's had five teachers sense September twenty seven. Okay. Two weeks ago? They started her on a gap. Appended a have to have a that. And do it the one more after that. And now it concerns if you don't want to be a higher doses or different drugs that he heard that CD all can be helpful and cat Caesar's. So that's one hundred question is. We'll see Shire's in jobs are actually far more common than in cats. And in fact, I think the incidents in cats is something like two percent of kitties that actually acquire some kind of seizure disorder. The problem is is that when we're talking about seizures. We can't have a one size fits all treatment plan. So before even talk about what we're going to give any Pat with a seizure problem. It's really I I really truly back up to okay. What are the things that cause seizures in a pet of this age in this lifestyle? And then we look at that a bit further. So, you know, if they did dental, they probably did some basic lab work, but the that goes a level beyond just your basic lab work because there can be things that are in relation to fungal infections. We can see protozoan infections viral infections that can cause seizures liver problems electrolyte disorders, then you get into things like tomb. Moore's or something structural within the brain that can go on. So because of that I would always say go back to square one. And you know, really do as much as we can to try to investigate an underlying cause sometimes that may mean doing secondary or third level testing which could be doing things like bile acid tests, special viral tests, and in some cases going to have brain imaging done because there's definitely different expectations with different therapies so before. I'd say, oh, here's a drug. Let's try this to control your seizures. That's a very important aspects. So you know, again, you and your veterinary knew what what has been done and what hasn't been done. But that's a really important thing before I ever say, let's try a seizure medicine. Bloodwork urine. Chef and that all came back. There was nothing unusual there. But we haven't gone testing beyond that point. Yeah. You you might certainly start that conversation say, okay, him hate this. Doctor Debbie person said that there may be some other kind of a fungal diseases or viral diseases I need to consider. And what what do I need to know? For my pet might be a risk. And certainly, I'm not gonna tell you to run, you know, ten tests that are unnecessary. But every pets different every location is different. So for example, I had a seizure dog today at the office, and we're in the desert southwest. So there is a fungal organism called tuxedo. Mycosis in our area that is a potential cause of seizure in pets in the desert southwest. So that's an important conversation. I have with any of my patients. So likewise, I'm sure you're veterinarian. We'll have some regional things they'll want to discuss. As far as therapy for seizures. If we thought okay, you're kitty has epilepsy. The the the number one seizure control medication is truly few. No, Barbara tall. And that's what we found has the best efficacy to control seizures related to epilepsy. Things. Like, Cava Penton can't be helpful. We tend to have to go to super high doses with dogs and cats so it can be used. But I don't find that. It's very good by itself as a sole therapy to control seizures. So if a kiddie tolerates it, and it seems to be decreasing him. I wouldn't lose hope, but you know, that's a pretty well tolerated. Medication? So the big question cvt oh gosh. Everyone wants to know. And you know, the real problem is that CBD studies. We have really no published veterinary studies that can speak to the efficacy the safety and this specific dosing. There is research. Underway that we hope to have some answers to this. But the the real problems are as at veterinarians hands are tied in in regards to the so it is a controlled a schedule one drug..

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