CBD Oil Depot https://cbdoildepo.com Mon, 18 Nov 2019 12:19:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3 CBD oil for pain relief: how it works and what to buy – Netdoctor https://cbdoildepo.com/cbd-oil-for-pain-relief-how-it-works-and-what-to-buy-netdoctor/ Mon, 18 Nov 2019 12:19:21 +0000 http://CBMiRWh0dHBzOi8vd3d3Lm5ldGRvY3Rvci5jby51ay9oZWFsdGh5LWxpdmluZy9hMjU0MDcxMzAvY2JkLXBhaW4tcmVsaWVmL9IBAA Cannabidiol – also known as CBD – is currently taking the UK by storm. The medicinal cannabis-based product, which you can buy in a number of shops, has rapidly increased in demand over the last few years thanks to a number of purported health benefits. One of these is pain […]

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Cannabidiol – also known as CBD – is currently taking the UK by storm. The medicinal cannabis-based product, which you can buy in a number of shops, has rapidly increased in demand over the last few years thanks to a number of purported health benefits. One of these is pain relief: studies have shown that CBD can reduce discomfort related to a variety of health conditions.

But can CBD oil really alleviate pain and if so, how does it work? We speak to medical nutritionist and health author Dr Sarah Brewer about the efficacy of Cannabidiol for pain management:

Does CBD oil work for pain relief?

Ultimately, the answer is yes. CBD is an option for many pain sufferers to help relieve their symptoms, due to its antioxidant properties.

‘CBD oil is one of the most helpful supplements to become available in a long time,’ says Dr Brewer. ‘It is highly antioxidant so has anti-inflammatory effects on joints, to improve pain and stiffness. CBD also has an analgesic effect to reduce pain perception in the brain.’

How does CBD oil work?

Cannabidiol is extracted from industrial hemp plants that do not contain significant amounts of the psychoactive substance (THC or tetrahydrocannabinol) found in marijuana strains of cannabis. CBD therefore provides health benefits without causing a ‘high’ and is not addictive.

CBD oil is a powerful antioxidant which suppresses inflammation.

‘Cannabidiol oil has direct effects on the endocannabinoid system in the brain,’ says Dr Brewer. ‘This enhances the effects of other brain chemicals, such as serotonin and anandamide, to reduce pain perception. It is also a powerful antioxidant which suppresses inflammation.’



How quickly can CBD oil alleviate pain?

How quickly CBD works for pain management depends on the delivery method you choose.

‘Capsules typically have a slow action, and can take from 20 minutes to an hour to produce the desired outcome,’ says Dr Brewer. On the other hand, ‘oral sprays and liquid drops of CBD, which can be held in the mouth to boost absorption directly into the circulation, work more quickly – you may notice an effect within just a few minutes.’

The effects of CBD usually last for around three to five hours. ‘After this,’ Dr Brewer says, ‘the dose will have fallen below levels that produce noticeable benefits.’

❗Do not take CBD if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you are on any medications check for interactions with your doctor.

What’s the best CBD oil product to buy?

Dr Brewer advises to select a CBD oil that is 100 per cent natural (as opposed to synthetic), and extracted from whole hemp plants.

‘Choose a supplier who provides a CBD/THC batch testing certificate of analysis at the point of sale, which confirms the level of CBD present, and that the product has only trace levels of THC.’

Choose a supplier who provides a CBD/THC batch testing certificate of analysis at the point of sale.

‘A good pointer of quality is that the manufacturer will be a member of the Cannabis Trades Association UK, an organisation created to ensure legal and ethical CBD trading standards, says Dr Brewer. ‘Only companies that meet high quality standards can carry its seal of approval such as Healthspan’s range of CBD Oil products, for whom I act as Medical Director.’

Finally, compare the levels of CBD in milligrams (mg) in each product to assess value for money. ‘Quality packaging will tell you the total amount of CBD supplied within the pack, as well as the amount per dose (be it a capsule, gummy, oil dropper or spray) in milligrams, Dr Brewer explains. ‘Products with this labelling allow you to see exactly how much CBD you’re buying and taking.’



Can CBD be used with other medication?

If you have a health condition or are taking any prescribed or over-the-counter medicines, always check with your doctor or a pharmacist for possible drug supplement interactions before taking CBD.

‘CBD interacts with enzymes involved in metabolising some medicines and may result in increased drug levels that could cause side effects,’ says Dr Brewer.

If the Patient Information Leaflet that comes with your medication says to avoid grapefruit juice, for instance, then do not take CBD as the same type of interaction can affect circulating blood levels of your medicine. If the leaflet does not mention grapefruit juice you should still check with your doctor before taking CBD.



Is CBD oil addictive?

CBD is not addictive. CBD comes from an entirely different plant – the hemp plant – that contains only trace amounts of THC which are not enough to cause these effects. CBD does not activate the receptors that make marijuana psychoactive and addictive.

‘An addiction to marijuana can develop as a severe form of “marijuana use disorder” which affects an estimated 30 per cent of marijuana users,’ says Dr Brewer.

‘This develops from a dependence on the psychoactive ingredient, THC, which is found in marijuana strains of cannabis, and which can cause a high and withdrawal symptoms.’



Last updated: 13-11-19

Source: https://www.netdoctor.co.uk/healthy-living/a25407130/cbd-pain-relief/

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I am getting more and more questions from my patients about CBD oil for the treatment of cancer. They seem to be reading about this online or hearing about it from family members. Are there any reputable resources I or my patients can use to learn more about this? — Name withheld on request

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has detailed information on cannabis and cannabinoids in its online PDQ® library, available in health professional and patient versions.

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Two other informative articles, also available online, are “What Is CBD Oil, and Can It Help People With Cancer?” from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, in New York, New York, and “CBD Oil and Cancer: 9 Things to Know,” from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, in Houston, Texas.

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CBD oil seems to be doing amazing things for those who use it regularly. People claim that it significantly decreases their anxiety, reduces pain and inflammation, clears up their skin, and improves their sleep at night. Growing research seems to be backing up these claims.

If you’ve decided you’d like to try CBD, you’re likely feeling a little overwhelmed at the sheer quantity of products out there. Additionally, you’ve likely discovered that it’s not regulated by the FDA, so you don’t want to end up with a product that doesn’t match its label.

When shopping for CBD oil and related products, do your research. One favorite CBD oil can be found here: https://penguincbd.com/products/cbd-oil. Not all products are created equal, and with a new supplement, you don’t want to try something that’s ill-suited to your needs or potentially harmful. So, use this savvy list of things to look for when buying CBD oil.

  1. Third-Party Testing

One of the biggest drawbacks for consumers shopping for CBD is that it’s not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA is responsible for regulating consumable products so that the ingredients label matches what’s inside the product. It keeps companies honest and lets consumers rest assured that they’re not harming their bodies with something new.

CBD is considered a Schedule 1 drug, which means that the government basically washes their hands of it. They don’t allow testing of cannabis products on humans, and they don’t get involved with the companies that sell them—unless there’s clear evidence of harm, of course.

So, to determine if the CBD you’re purchasing is clean and safe, check for evidence that it’s been tested in a third-party laboratory. Any CBD company that has done this extra testing will be anxious to share it with the public because it increases their credibility, so you should be able to find the results of the study published somewhere on their website.

It should certify that the products sold on the site contain what they say they contain and are not harmful, like Penguin CBD. Lab results for every one of their products are listed on their website.

Here’s where it gets complicated: If a company has not published lab results indicating that the CBD they use is safe, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the products will be harmful. There could be many reasons they don’t have testing. Perhaps they couldn’t afford it or they didn’t think to put it on the website.

But it could also mean that the results of the testing weren’t favorable, and they didn’t want the public to know. When in doubt, go with a company that openly shares its positive test results.

  1. Ingredients, Especially THC Content

There are several states where marijuana is legal that allow the sale of THC. This is the chemical found in marijuana and hemp that has psychoactive properties—in other words, the “high.” If it’s sold legally throughout the United States, CBD must contain less than 0.3 percent THC. This is the amount considered safe and lacking any psychoactive effects.

It’s vital that you confirm your CBD products don’t contain THC for many reasons. First of all, CBD containing THC will make you high, which could put you in a bad situation. It could also make you sick or be harmful to you.

  1. A Fair Price

While the growing competition in the CBD market will likely change this, CBD is expensive, and the prices are unregulated. Most companies try to remain competitive, but there are some that will rip you off, especially if they’re selling low-dose CBD in large bottles.

When buying a product, always compare it to similar options and make sure what companies claim is CBD isn’t actually hemp oil. Look at a variety of CBD chocolates, for example, with the same CBD content to determine if the price you’re paying is fair.

If you find a higher-priced product, that doesn’t automatically mean it’s a rip-off. Perhaps the product is superior and justifies the price hike, but you’ll want to be sure. A genuine product will contain premium ingredients, special features, and a brand name you can trust.

Source: https://southfloridareporter.com/3-huge-things-to-look-for-before-buying-cbd-oil/

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There is a health crisis in Israel. The Ministry of Health’s Cannabis Reform has been a complete failure and an unmitigated disaster that has left patients like me – parents dealing with debilitating pain and illness – to turn to the black market and deadly and addictive prescribed opioids.

It doesn’t have to be this way and only a few months ago the situation was completely different for me and thousands of patients across the country.

There were eight growers/suppliers licensed by the government to grow medical cannabis and every patient was assigned a grower/supplier. Once a month, patients would visit their supplier’s pickup point to get their medical cannabis and all patients paid a flat fee of 370 NIS a month. A patient prescribed 30 grams pays the same as a patient who is prescribed 100 grams. The idea is the patients who receive a small amount of cannabis, subsidizes patients who receive a higher number of grams. This system, despite its faults, was very reasonable and affordable for many patients who are on disability.

That was until the entire system was eliminated and replaced by “the Reform,” planned and executed by Yuval Landschaft, director of the Cannabis unit of the Ministry of Health. Landshaft’s plan was to move all medical cannabis to pharmacies – and this is where the real problems begin.

First off, Landshaft’s reform created a middleman. The pharmacies mark up all cannabis products 45 percent. By comparison, “regular” pharmaceuticals from companies such as Teva are only marked up 20-25%.

There is no explanation given to this discrepancy and good luck trying to get one.

Landshaft also gave growers control over their pricing and they are no longer limited by the ceiling of 370 NIS a month.

The growers took full advantage of this and prices for medical cannabis at the pharmacy currently range from 120 NIS to 400 NIS for 10 grams.

That is, if you can find any.

There is currently a severe shortage of medical cannabis in the country. The select pharmacies (there are only 60) simply don’t have the product and when they do, it goes quickly. Also, the quality is terrible and there is no consistency in treatment. Before the reform, when a patient was assigned a provider, he or she had the ability to test out numerous strains to figure out which helps. For me, this was a process that took several months, but once I found the right strains for my illness, I had consistency with the same medication. With the advent of the Reform, strains have been eliminated and are based solely on a THC/CBD ratio, preventing and disrupting consistent treatment.

Getting approved for medical cannabis in Israel is quite difficult. Medical cannabis only becomes an option for someone with chronic pain if the first-line therapy doesn’t work. First-line therapy being epidural injections, nerve blockers, anti-inflammatories and opioids.

A lot of opioids.

Since medical cannabis is a last-line treatment for chronic pain, patients eligible to apply for a authorization are generally in very bad shape due to a year of on and off unsuccessful treatments.

And that’s before they have to endure the hassle and humiliation of the post-reform world of medical Cannabis in Israel.

Recently, after spending hours on the phone I gave up on calling pharmacies. When I visited the local pharmacy to see if they have medical cannabis, there was a very long line. I politely asked the pharmacist if they have any medical cannabis in stock. He said they have one type of cannabis oil. I asked for a few details about the oil and the price. I was visibly in a lot of pain (walking with my cane) and didn’t have the physical energy to wait for the twenty people ahead of me, only to find out that the pharmacy doesn’t have what I need. He purposely raised his voice so all in line would hear and said, “If you want your cannabis, you need to wait in line like everyone else.”

Upon this humiliation, I told him to go fuck himself.

I don’t need this.

My calls to my supplier, Breath of Life, go unanswered. Far more frustrating is receiving poor quality cannabis from them that has a weird smell and fungus, which can be highly dangerous to patients like myself with weakened immune systems. If fungus or mold was found in a food product, the Ministry of Health would issue a warning via press release and social media and the product would immediately be removed from the shelves. Just lately, contaminated tuna was removed from the shelves. However, dozens of patient complaints about mold in their cannabis have been discounted and ignored. Inhaling mold spores can be incredibly dangerous for patients with compromised immune systems, yet the Ministry of Health denies that this is even an issue, despite evidence to the contrary.

My only choice today is the black market. On the black market, quality, medical grade cannabis is easy to find, though expensive. Over the past six months, I have spent thousands of shekels. I haven’t had any other choice. I need to be a parent. I need to be a husband. I need to work.

Due to my disability, I work part time. In order to work, I need pain relief. When I take my medical cannabis, I get the relief I need and I am capable of working. When I don’t take medical cannabis, I get no relief and am not capable of working. When I take percocet, I get pain relief, however, I’m not capable of working. Chronic pain is depressing, exhausting and isolating. That’s my baseline. With the added mental and financial stress of this current debacle, it’s just too much. It shouldn’t be this hard. It doesn’t have to be this hard.

And I’m just one of 50,000.

For a decade prior to the reform, thousands of patients in Israel benefited from medical cannabis. Patients with chronic pain conditions, such as myself, were able to wean themselves off of addictive pain medications and completely change their lives for the better due to medical cannabis. Children with severe autism and seizure-inducing illnesses found relief from medical grade CBD oil. Thousands of cancer patients were able to alleviate the terrible side effects of their chemotherapy with cannabis use. IDF veterans suffering from PTSD have found peace of mind using medical cannabis. Patients were able to find a dependable treatment with minimal side effects.

This has all changed in only a matter of months since the reforms went into effect.

Since 2013, there have been several people who have come and gone as Minister of Health and Director General of the Health Ministry. However, there is one constant, Yuval Landschaft. He must be held accountable for disrupting the treatment of thousands of patients, causing unnecessary mental anguish, physical harm as well as financial distress. His private business dealings, which are a clear conflict of interest, with his job as head of the Cannabis Unit must be investigated.

We need answers but more importantly we need a system that doesn’t force us to suffer for the relief we need.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to go take a percocet.

Harry Rubenstein is a culinary guide, pastry chef and a self-proclaimed expert in obscure Jewish desserts. He lives in Modiin with his wife, three children and a dog named Action Jackson.

Source: https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/cannabis-reform-is-cruelly-destroying-my-life/

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Countryfile: ‘Ridiculous’ Viewers left confused by ‘devastating’ cannabis segment – Express https://cbdoildepo.com/countryfile-ridiculous-viewers-left-confused-by-devastating-cannabis-segment-express/ Mon, 18 Nov 2019 03:09:35 +0000 http://CAIiEGnCxN2t90e5YxYsTKrGfo8qGQgEKhAIACoHCAow9935CjCe0eYCMPPlzAU “This [CBD oil] has become a multi million pound industry, but we’ve discovered that red tape is preventing British farmers from getting involved,” she noted.  After talking to one guest, Sharon, who had medicated her joint pain with CBD oil, Charlotte reassured viewers.  “I suspect I know what you might be thinking, […]

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“This [CBD oil] has become a multi million pound industry, but we’ve discovered that red tape is preventing British farmers from getting involved,” she noted. 

After talking to one guest, Sharon, who had medicated her joint pain with CBD oil, Charlotte reassured viewers. 

“I suspect I know what you might be thinking, but let’s be absolutely clear, no one in there is getting high, CBD oil has almost no THC in it and THC is the psychoactive drug normally associated with cannabis.”

She then travelled to a “secret location in Somerset” which is legally growing cannabis plants. 

“No UK farmer has ever been given a license to turn the bud into valuable CBD oil, and that red tape is locking farmers out of a market worth much more than traditional plants,” Charlotte explained.

Source: https://www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv-radio/1205688/countryfile-2019-charlotte-smith-cannabis-CBD-cannabis-oil-BBC-video

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Caught on camera: 4 hooded suspects break into CBD oil shop – KTRK-TV https://cbdoildepo.com/caught-on-camera-4-hooded-suspects-break-into-cbd-oil-shop-ktrk-tv/ Mon, 18 Nov 2019 02:59:11 +0000 http://CBMiVWh0dHBzOi8vYWJjMTMuY29tL2NhdWdodC1vbi1jYW1lcmEtNC1ob29kZWQtc3VzcGVjdHMtYnJlYWstaW50by1jYmQtb2lsLXNob3AvNTcwMzgxOC_SAVlodHRwczovL2FiYzEzLmNvbS9hbXAvY2F1Z2h0LW9uLWNhbWVyYS00LWhvb2RlZC1zdXNwZWN0cy1icmVhay1pbnRvLWNiZC1vaWwtc2hvcC81NzAzODE4Lw BAYTOWN, Texas (KTRK) — A quartet of concealed suspects are being sought by police after they were caught on camera breaking into a business that specializes in selling CBD oils. It happened at the CBD Med Shop on Highway 146. Surveillance video shows a white Jeep pull up to the […]

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BAYTOWN, Texas (KTRK) — A quartet of concealed suspects are being sought by police after they were caught on camera breaking into a business that specializes in selling CBD oils.

It happened at the CBD Med Shop on Highway 146. Surveillance video shows a white Jeep pull up to the business.

Within minutes, the four hooded suspects smashed a window and ran inside. They ripped covers from the display cases, but they didn’t get away with much.

Shaun Smith is the co-owner of the business that was broken into.

“The interesting part was, when they actually uncovered, looked inside our cases, they just looked confused,” Smith said. “Because they didn’t know what it was that they had. I guess that they just weren’t very educated about CBD.”

CBD products won’t get you high, but it they are used to treat anxiety, depression, PTSD, and pain, among other ailments, according to Smith.

One suspect was able to get away with a cash register, but Smith said there was no money inside.

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CBD Is Not Safe, Says Former FDA Chief Scott Gottlieb – The Motley Fool https://cbdoildepo.com/cbd-is-not-safe-says-former-fda-chief-scott-gottlieb-the-motley-fool/ Mon, 18 Nov 2019 02:59:05 +0000 http://CAIiEAcQtKKMBSuQ83EtkYteGNsqEwgEKgwIACoFCAowgHkwoBEwwjU Despite its growing pains, cannabis projects as one of the fastest growing industries in the world over the next decade. With sales having already more than tripled between 2014 and 2018, various estimates suggest another quadrupling in worldwide weed revenue by 2024. With a massive black market that totals tens […]

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Despite its growing pains, cannabis projects as one of the fastest growing industries in the world over the next decade. With sales having already more than tripled between 2014 and 2018, various estimates suggest another quadrupling in worldwide weed revenue by 2024. With a massive black market that totals tens of billions of dollars in annual sales, demand is certainly not in question.

But this growth is being derived by more than just growers. There are a number of ancillary players and niche trends at work that have the full attention of investors — and cannabidiol might be at the top of the list.

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CBD sales are expected to skyrocket in the U.S.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of the two best-known cannabinoids, along with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), that can be found in cannabis and hemp plants. While THC is the psychoactive cannabinoid, CBD is the cannabinoid that doesn’t get users high and is best known for its perceived medical benefits. This instantly gives CBD a broader prospective audience than THC-infused products.

Just how big of an opportunity is CBD? According to an independent report from the Brightfield Group, U.S. CBD sales are expected to grow from around $600 million in 2018 to $23.7 billion by 2023. That’s a compound annual growth rate of more than 100%, if this estimate proves accurate. That’s more than enough growth to attract Canadian growers and U.S. pot stocks to this niche trend.

What’s more, CBD sales were given a green light in December 2018, when President Trump signed the Farm Bill into law. This legislation legalized the industrial production of hemp, as well as CBD derived from hemp, as long as it doesn’t contain any THC. This gives general retail stores the right to sell CBD products, further broadening their appeal.

However, the pathway to big-time growth for CBD isn’t without its hurdles, and none looms larger than the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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Former FDA head Scott Gottlieb tells a worrisome tale about CBD

You see, while hemp-based CBD may have been given a pretty clear sales pathway across the country with the Farm Bill becoming law, adding CBD, a cannabinoid that can be found in marijuana, a still federally illicit substance, to food, beverages, or dietary supplements is still a big no-no. That puts CBD regulation as an additive squarely on the plate of the FDA.

For its part, the FDA was expected to report on the progress of its discussions by the late summer or early fall, according to September tweets from acting Chief Information Officer Amy Abernethy. It’s now November, and the FDA hasn’t provided any updates on where its thinking is headed with regard to CBD being used as an additive.

Nevertheless, this hasn’t stopped former FDA commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, who stepped down from his post earlier this year, from weighing in on CBD. Gottlieb, in series of tweets, made his opinion crystal clear about CBD:

Stating that “CBD hype has outpaced science” and that “CBD is not safe,” Gottlieb calls on the FDA to begin its regulation by targeting dietary supplements. He proposes that the FDA require supplement producers to prove the safety and/or efficacy of CBD at very low levels, while the FDA also oversees the production, quality, and purity levels of CBD products. All non-compliant producers, or those who fail to meet rigorous purity and quality standards, should be removed from the marketplace. 

Furthermore, back in March, while still head of the FDA, Gottlieb opined at a Brookings Institution event that it typically take two to three years for the FDA to develop a regulatory framework for adding a new substance into the food supply. But because cannabis is illicit, and CBD far more complex than conventional additives, it could take the agency even longer to develop regulations and a safety profile for CBD. 

The U.S. CBD growth story may not be as robust as first implied

Although Gottlieb doesn’t head the FDA anymore, it’s his proactive policies that have shaped the agency into what it is today. When he suggests that it could be a long time before a framework is developed for CBD as an additive, I believe it’s best to take him at his word. This leaves the U.S. CBD industry in a potentially precarious position.

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On one hand, established hemp-based CBD product manufacturers with a focus on oils and topicals should be in prime position to deliver sustainable sales growth. Despite the highly diverse space, Charlotte’s Web (OTC:CWBHF) has the clear market share lead among CBD manufacturers. Charlotte’s Web has more than doubled its retail presence in 2019 from 3,680 retailers to over 8,000 doors, landing a 1,350-store deal in 22 states with Kroger, and a more recent 738-store deal with Vitamin Shoppe. This budding retail presence and the company’s strong branding have allowed Charlotte’s Web to push into profitability a lot quicker than other cannabis stocks.

On the other side of the coin, it means that CBD stocks are going to have to walk on eggshells to avoid crossing the FDA’s radar. Curaleaf Holdings (OTC:CURLF) learned this firsthand in July, when it received a warning letter from the FDA for making unsubstantiated health claims for some of its CBD products. Even with Curaleaf CEO Joseph Lusardi acting quickly to remove any noncompliant statements on its social media page and website, the company wound up a loser, with CVS Health announcing that it would drop some of the company’s products from its stores. Chances are that as long as the FDA continues to weigh CBD as an additive, there will be more Curaleafs out there that draw the ire of the FDA. 

This makes investing in the high-growth U.S. CBD industry a potentially tricky venture that’ll require plenty of investor patience and a long-term outlook.

Source: https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/11/17/cbd-is-not-safe-says-former-fda-chief-scott-gottli.aspx

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