The Science Of Medical Marijuana and Medical Cannabis – THC and CBD. We take an in-depth look at the effects, culture, and science behind the popular drug, marijuana.
In fact, CBD has become something of a buzzword lately, popping up in everything from lattes, to skin creams to gummies. For the most part this is happening due to the wave of cannabis legalization that is sweeping the U.S. and Canada; CBD is an adjunct product of the cannabis plant that, unlike THC, does not have any psychoactive properties. Cannabidiol can be taken via smoke or vapor, as an aerosol spray, as CBD oil, capsules, edibles and more.
It offers many of the advantages of marijuana – treating anxiety, pain, movement disorders, focus and more – without getting the user high.
All signs indicate the market is responding. According to a report by market intelligence firm Hemp Business Journal, the CBD market is estimated to grow 700% by 2020, reaching $2.1 billion in that time. For comparison, the CBD market was worth about $200 million in 2018. The entire legal cannabis industry is expected to hit $57 billion annually by 2027.
Studies have shown a range of therapeutic benefits associated with CBD, including antioxidant and neuroprotective properties. It is also a powerful anti-inflammatory.
But none of this matters if the bioavailability limitations of cannabis can’t be solved.
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