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Cannabidiol or CBD is known to be a non-psychoactive compound that is highly therapeutic for medical marijuana patients. It has definitely sparked an insurgency in the medical cannabis industry. For decades, marijuana prohibition has been spinning in the political arena and many politicians and opponents have not yet accepted the benefits of the entire marijuana plant. As time goes on, more people are accepting CBD products as a steady climb to making progress as it helps both children, the elderly and other medical marijuana patients. This is especially true as successful testimonials are continuing to spread.

The Benefits Realized

In addition, studies have shown the benefits of CBD as it relates to the treatment of a wide range of illnesses such as cancer, arthritis, chronic pain, epilepsy, depression, anxiety disorders and more. CBD is extracted from the marijuana plant and processed into an assortment of prescribed medicine. Each medication from CBD is made to take care of specific ailments. Let's take a look at some of them.

Hemp Oil

Hemp oil can be used to make CBD products. In fact, foods made with hemp oil are commercially produced and many of them are sold across the nation. However, legally, some of these products are not allowed to contain THC, which has psychoactive ingredients that will give a ‘high feeling.'  If a hemp product is tested and found to have any trace of THC, the quantity would have to be small enough, not to emit a ‘high feeling' when ingested.

In recent years, CBD hemp oil has become quite popular, especially since the ‘Weed' documentary on CNN, which captured the story of Charlotte Figi, the 5 year old that underwent epilepsy seizures and could not find help with western medicine. With the oral ingestion of CBD hemp oil, her seizures were almost non-existence. Hemp oil is one of those CBD products that can be ingested and has shown its benefits in others like Charlotte.

Cannabis Tinctures

Cannabis tinctures are also CBD products that can be used for various ailments. This is in liquid form and you can use it sublingually, which means a few drops under the tongue. In preparing cannabis tinctures, you would soak it in either vegetable glycerin or alcohol. Tinctures were one of the forms of cannabis medicines to hit the marketplace in the early prohibition years. Why? Well, the cannabis tinctures are not as concentrated as other oil extracts. This means that the effects of the tinctures will be mild and not psychoactive.

Medical marijuana patients who want a remedy for chronic pain, for example, don't necessarily want to have any type of psychoactive effect. They may generally be seeking only help for pain reduction. The dosage for tincture is easy to administer. You can begin with one ml and increase the dosage as the days go on. In comparison to cannabis-infused edibles, tinctures are lower in calories. This is a great alternative if you are trying to monitor your weight.

Cannabis Topicals

Another one of the CBD products to take into consideration is cannabis topicals. This is great for medical marijuana patients with skin disorders or pain. You can apply it directly to the skin. These topicals provide localized relief, not only because of the presence of CBD, but also the other therapeutic elements contained in it. Topicals are usually non-psychoactive and an excellent choice for medical marijuana patients that are seeking treatment without the intense high.

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Cannabis Strains

If you reside in a state that has legalized medical marijuana, you should try to find the best CBD strains that will complement your medical objectives. If you are looking for  CBD products and do not want any traces of THC, speak to your budtender at your local medical marijuana dispensary. To learn more, enroll in Cannabis Training University's marijuana college courses.

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