GREEN WELLNESS is a cannabis oil resource center that provides information and resources for patients seeking to improve their health with cannabis oil. ⚡ Stress Sleep ⚖ Combination/oily Breakouts Dry 250mg, 500mg and 1000mg Multi-use CBD Isolate in Hemp Oil. CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a chemical compound from the cannabis plant. It's a naturally occurring substance that's used in products like oils and patches to impart a feeling of relaxation and calm. Unli The CBD explosion: Miracle or hoax? Cannabidiol (CBD): Since December 2018, you have seen it sold in gas stations, shopping mall kiosks, video stores and countless other places. What is behind
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“Claims of cannabis’ ability to shrink tumours have been made for many years, but within the last decade the anecdotal evidence has stacked up to the point that pharmaceutical companies have started taking these claims more seriously. GW Pharmaceuticals, who are set to go global in 2012 with their cannabis tincture spray Sativex, are currently Phase III trialling their oromucosal mouth spray for cancer pain in both the UK and the US. It is already prescribed to a select number of MS suffers in parts of the UK and in continental Europe in countries such as Italy, Germany, Sweden and even Czech Republic this year.”
“In 2006 a Canadian man by the name of Rick Simpson dropped the film Run From The Cure on the cannabis world with claims and a full video guide of how to make a cure for cancer from whole plant cannabis extract. Since then he has become a modern icon for the movement and his video has been used to help reach hundreds of thousands, if not millions, who need help to treat not only cancer but diseases affecting every part of the human system. He is now on the run as a fugitive from the DEA of America.”
“In the United Kingdom Her Majesty’s Government insist on the truth of their statement “cannabis has no medicinal benefits”, and occasionally add “in herbal form” to account for the fact that they allow GW Pharmaceuticals to grow 300 tonnes of the plant a year for… medical purposes. But that’s OK, they are licensed to extract oil from it to make Sativex, which is due to embark on a new cancer pain market worth £millions this year. Because the product Sativex contains CBD, or cannabidiol, which can moderate the effects of THC’s euphoric or ‘high’ effect, but also prolong it as it slows down its break down in the body, meaning it can be used more effectively over a longer period of time. This is what we call an FAAH inhibitor. (Just a little bit of cannabis science for you!)”
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250mg, 500mg and 1000mg Multi-use CBD Isolate in Hemp Oil.
CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a chemical compound from the cannabis plant. It’s a naturally occurring substance that’s used in products like oils and patches to impart a feeling of relaxation and calm. Unlike its cousin tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), it’s not psychoactive – it won’t get you high.
Our CBD Miracle Drops can be used topically on the skin or areas of pain/discomfort or take sublingually (orally).
Recommended daily dose: 1-2 times a day. Half a dropper under the tongue for 30 seconds then swallow or to be used topically on the skin.
Do not exceed more than 20 drops in 24 hours.
Keep out of reach of children. Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Use as a dietary supplement as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle, it should not be used a substitute for a varied diet.
Use within 12 months of opening.
Ingredients: Cannabis Sativa (Hemp Seed Oil), CBD Isolate
Disciple Skincare do not sell or distribute any products that are in violation of the United Kingdom Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.
It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that they are in compliance with local legislation. Our products are not medicinal nor are they intended to prevent, treat or cure any ailments or disease.
The CBD explosion: Miracle or hoax?
Cannabidiol (CBD): Since December 2018, you have seen it sold in gas stations, shopping mall kiosks, video stores and countless other places. What is behind this CBD explosion, and what are we to think about it?
Congress passed the 2018 Farm Bill by a wide majority across party lines and, in December 2018, President Trump signed this bill into Law. This bill removed hemp and hemp products containing less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as well as CBD that is derived from such hemp from Schedule I classification. Prior to that, in December 2017, a proclamation from WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) concluded that, “In its pure state, cannabidiol does not appear to have abuse potential or cause harm.” These two events have contributed to a surge of retail sales of CBD related products.
What is hemp? How is it different from marijuana?
Both are plants of the same species, cannabis sativa, but hemp is a subspecies with much lower concentrations of THC. Hemp typically contains less than 0.3% THC and has 3-4% CBD, compared with marijuana which often has THC contents higher than 10%, with less than 1% CBD.
THC is a psychoactive substance, which works specifically on CB1 and CB2 receptors and is structurally similar to the endogenous cannabinoid anandamide. It is a Schedule I controlled substance.
By contrast, CBD is not psychoactive, and works through a wide range of other mechanisms of which scientists have conclusively identified only a few. CBD is the second most abundant of the 107 different non-THC cannabinoids (of which only six are psychoactive).
CBD has received FDA approval under the trade name Epidiolex for two less common pediatric seizure disorders (Dravet Syndrome and Lennox-Gastault). Several other studies of CBD have shown laboratory action against pain receptors and have demonstrated potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It works also on pathways related to anxiety and sleep. Two rat studies have shown that topical application of CBD oil over inflamed joints reduced both inflammatory cytokines and pain associated behaviors. For these reasons and for other suspected mechanisms, the sale and marketing of CBD is booming.
CBD oil is only starting to be robustly studied. Currently PubMed lists only 22 completed clinicals trials of CBD, for a wide range of conditions, such as anxiety, psychosis, movement disorders, PTSD, palliative care uses, substance use disorders, as well as diabetes, Crohn’s, ocular HTN, fatty liver disease, chronic pain. The studies to date have all been small and of low (and very low) quality. Current evidence shows it may provide some relief of anxiety, psychosis, sleep, PTSD, and substance use disorders, but the effect size is small and the results to date are less than overwhelming. Looking forward however, a search of clinicaltrials.gov in October 2019, showed 164 human clinical interventional trials are currently registered and underway for the above listed and many other conditions, most of them for pain or inflammation.
Uses for CBD
Many physicians and pharmacists are using CBD with reported success, including pain specialists, orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians, as well as primary care providers. Topical preparations are very commonly used for musculoskeletal or inflammatory pain and reportedly have an effect for 2-3 hours. The ingested oil preparations have been used for pain, sleep and anxiety with some individually reported success. There are even preparations available for the use in hyperactive or anxious pets!
With respect to safety and adverse effects, topical products may be safer than ingested ones as the common side effects of somnolence and diarrhea are more common in users ingesting the product. It should be used with caution in patients taking anti-seizure medications. Any patient who is taking multiple medications should be aware of potential for drug-drug interactions and should seek the advice of a knowledgeable pharmacist or physician.
Other than the prescription form Epidiolex, CBD is not FDA approved for any clinical uses and is considered a dietary or herbal product. Therefore, there is no regulation of its extraction from hemp nor its formulation into it various forms, which include oils for ingestion (tincture and capsules), topical balms and formulations for vaping. An alarming 2017 study in JAMA showed that only 30% of the CBD preparations available online were accurately labelled as to how much CBD they contained. The other 70% were divided equally between those that were under-labeled and those over-labeled. Even more alarming, however, was that 21% contained THC — many with enough THC to cause a positive urine drug screen for marijuana. The presence of heavy metals and pesticides in less quality preparations have also been noted.
So, while CBD is widely available over the counter, the quality of these unregulated projects is a concern. It is important to know where and how the hemp was raised, if the preparations are tested by an independent lab for consistency of dose and purity from contaminants. Also, considering current epidemic of vaping induced lung injury having some association with THC and CBD oils, vaping or inhaling of CBD should be avoided.
So, miracle drug — or hoax? Time will tell and, meanwhile, we await further solid clinical evidence. Be sure to ask your patients about the use of these products. And if your patients want to use CBD, be sure they are using a quality product and using in recommended doses. A trial of topical balms might be a good starting point depending on the indication.
The interest in CBD and subsequent demand will not be waning anytime soon, so the coming research on CBD should be watched carefully.