CBD (Cannabidiol)

CBD will change culture. People are less interested in drinking in bars, getting really drunk, feeling shit the next day, letting their body down, having issues with their body because of that. The shift is happening: more people are interested in eating healthier, living healthier, and this is part of that - Trevor Horn

CBD (Cannabidiol)

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What Does CBD Do? Mostly, It’s Just Expensive.

It is unclear how exactly CBD works, despite the fact that it is currently very available in many consumer goods. In many studies, CBD has been shown to reduce anxiety—when given to the likes of Wistar rats and Swiss mice. The potential medical and marketing case is incredibly broad: It may even reduce the brain damage that comes with Alzheimer’s, though again, the studies here are on rats or even just cells in Petri dishes. Research in humans only consists of tiny studies so far, and it’s only approved by the Food and Drug Administration for one thing: to treat a severe form of epilepsy. So while it’s probably not a dangerous molecule—many early studies on humans suggest as much—at the same…

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 What Does CBD Do? Mostly, It’s Just Expensive.

The cannabinoid compound probably isn’t harmful, and it may have health benefits, but we don’t know what they are yet.

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