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- “This report will help subscribers to: assess the current dynamic industry that is poised for tremendous growth. Understand the regulatory and legal barriers which exist for the cultivation, production, distribution, and consumption of CBD. Survey consumer attitudes and views on CBD products. Prepare strategies for future threats to established brands.”
- CBD is believed to help reduce the symptoms of inflammation. The inflammation can be caused by many factors including stress, antibiotic use, arthritis, and cancer to name a few. A recent study in the University of Northumbria in the United Kingdom reported that CBD could be used against inflammation caused by HIV and chemotherapy. A group from the University of Glasgow in Scotland also concluded that CBD can effectively reduce the signs and symptoms of autism.
- “These findings suggest that future research should focus on investigating CBD for its anti-inflammatory properties and investigate the role of CBD in joint injury. Currently there are two main methods of reducing inflammation in patients with arthritis. These include exercise and NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). While both can have some beneficial effect on inflammation, exercise is often not a feasible treatment for arthritis. NSAIDs can have some detrimental side effects such as diarrhea and stomach ulcers. Both of these health conditions are amenable to the use of CBD.”
- “CBD may be useful in the management of post inflammatory skin disease due to arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other conditions where chronic pain is a problem. It is currently not known whether CBD has anti-inflammatory properties in the skin. ” However, CBD appears to be a safe and perhaps the most effective treatment so far for this type of chronic pain and swelling.” (Journal of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, May, 2000)
- “Preliminary evidence suggests that CBD may be helpful in the management of various inflammatory conditions, including arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other musculoskeletal problems.” In summary, our data suggest that CBD reduces the pain experienced by patients with fibromyalgia after stimulating the production of collagen in the injured tendons.” The collagen, which gives the skin its elasticity, is lost when fibromyalgia causes inflammation. Thus, reducing inflammation may help reduce pain.
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