Everyone is asking Google about CBD. But does it actually work?
CBD is everywhere, just Google it.
Cannabidiol, the popular hemp plant derivative marketed as a cure-all for just about any condition, has only been approved by federal regulators to treat some rare forms of epilepsy, but its popularity is quickly growing.
Chuck Schumer Urges FDA To Quickly Issue CBD Rules
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) says he wants the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to expediently issue guidance so that hemp-derived CBD can be lawfully marketed.
What Are the Benefits of CBD?
More than 60 percent of CBD users were taking it for anxiety, according to a survey of 5,000 people. Does it help?
Is it safe and legal to travel with CBD?
Not always. Here’s what can trip you up. I wish I could tell you it’s absolutely fine to take CBD with you on planes or as you travel to another state, but I can’t. It doesn’t matter whether it’s for you or, as one reader asked, for your pooch. It’s still dogged by a confusing spiderweb of regulations, misinformation and misunderstandings.
More Americans are researching CBD than other health alternatives
A new study of Google searches finds consumers are researching cannabidiol (CBD) more than other forms of health alternatives and products.
Researchers from the University of California, Johns Hopkins and the U.K., examined Google searches in the U.S. by state including the terms "CBD" or "cannabidiol" from January 1, 2004 through April 23, 2019.
Food and Beverage Stocks That Stand to Gain From the CBD Craze
While marijuana remains illegal in the U.S., at least on the federal level, CBD oil has nonetheless grown in popularity—and could provide a meaningful leg up for food and beverage companies, argues Bernstein.