The use of CBD for improved health is being verified by science
More and more studies are being carried out based on the powers that cannabidiol (CBD) has been shown to have over the last few years. This cannabis compound has started to attract the attention of researchers, and this has made it highly supported and suggested. In June, three new studies strongly supporting CBD were published at the International Cannabinoid Research Society (ICRS) conference, considered one of the most prestigious cannabis-related events in the world.
These studies discussed important issues pertaining to the efficacy of CBD in relieving and assisting people with chronic conditions, not to mention the great safety that is offered by this compound. Vince Sanders, the founder and president of CBD American Shaman, said, “It is an honor to be at the forefront of research in support of CBD and hemp. We wholeheartedly believe in the science and all that the hemp plant has to offer, and we want to continue to push the boundaries of research-backed exploration of the hemp plant.”
The different studies looked at both CBD and some of the other compounds found in the cannabis plant. They focused primarily on its effect on pain, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, and chronic fatigue. In addition, they set out to compare nano-treated CBD with non-nano-treated CBD, making it clear that nano-treated CBD goes further than expected. It was shown that it does not take a large dose of nano-treated CBD to really do its job and support the primary purpose of consumption.
There is still much more research to be done on this compound, and experts believe that they are just touching the tip of the iceberg when it comes to really knowing what the cannabis plant has to offer for human health. However, what has already been shown is that cannabis can offer a lot of positive benefits that make it a great, all-natural alternative to Big Pharma solutions.