It seems like every day, we hear more about the incredible cannabis compound that is cannabidiol (CBD). It helps with conditions as varied as:
The versatile hemp plant has been globally cultivated for thousands of years. But today, there is widespread confusion about its uses and how it relates to—and differs from—marijuana.
Much like cannabis itself, CBD can now be found in just about any form. Sugary desserts, entrées, coffee, lip balm, even dog treats. If you can ingest it or rub it on yourself, chances are you can find someone adding CBD to it.
There is a lot of hype around CBD these days, and if you take it all at face value, you could easily become convinced that CBD can cure everything that ails you. But what does the latest research really say about CBD oil’s effects on the body?