CBD or Cannabidiol

CBD

You have probably noticed the letters CBD are popping up all over the place. What does CBD stand for, is it safe, and is it beneficial to me?

What is CBD?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of several chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant. The CBD found in most commercial products are derived from hemp and not marijuana. This causes confusion as to whether you can get high from CBD. The answer is no.

What is the purpose of CBD?

The overwhelming consensus is it makes you feel better. The benefit of CBD and the products derived from this chemical are a good alternative to opioids for dealing with pain. Areas that CBD offers relief is stress, anxiety, and sleep deprivation. People that deal with chronic pain, insomnia, and neurological illnesses may find relief with this product.

Is CBD safe?

Although the CBD product is fairly new to the marketplace, the research so far as found no known addictive or habit-forming properties. Some of the products available containing CBD include;

Is CBD beneficial to me?

Tarpon Interventional Pain & Spine Care now sells CBD Oil. Some of the benefits may include;

Where should you purchase CBD products?

It is extremely important to buy CBD products from a reputable, known source. The concentration of CBD may vary and therefore it is vital to know what is exactly in the product you are purchasing. Some companies such as the one Tarpon Interventional Pain & Spine Care uses come with a QR Code for proof of the complete composition within every bottle.

Is CBD legal for purchase and use?

Yes, as of June 11, 2019, with certain conditions regarding production and amount of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), some CBD products are legal in Texas for purchase.

If you are interested in learning more about this product, please call Tarpon Interventional Pain & Spine Care at 972-596-1059 or schedule an appointment online today.

 

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Leigh Anne Maack

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