I get a lot of information on cannabis, CBD and THC. I read it to learn about the industry so that I can write about it. The hard part is assimilating the information and being able to determine the most important points and finding the statistics to back it up. Thanks to LoudclothHealth.com because they did all the “heavy lifting” in this detailed article + infographic. They did such a bang-up job on this piece and the graphic that I didn’t have to be asked twice if I wanted to feature it.
Why CBD Is the Best Cannabis Advocate?
It’s safe to say that the cannabis industry has never been better than it is today! The growing acceptance for marijuana in North America is helping out a lot but there are other aspects that help secure the future of cannabis acceptance. Behind the shadows, the CBD industry is slowly building an empire that eventually could become bigger than hemp and marijuana combined.
As you probably already know, Cannabidiol, or more commonly known as CBD, is a cannabis compound that provides hemp and marijuana with the health benefits they are so famous for. Producers extract the compound through various processes and the resulting CBD oil could be taken as is or it could be used to create other products.
So, why exactly is CBD the future of cannabis?
The issue that most people against cannabis have is that the plant causes a state of euphoria or a “high”, as most illicit drugs do. In cannabis, this high is caused by another compound called tetrahydrocannabinol or THC. When consuming hemp-derived CBD products, you don’t have to worry about psychoactive side effects as these contain only trace amounts of THC. The standard THC content in them is only 0.3%, which is not enough to get anyone high.
As it is non-psychoactive, lots of people have no gripes against CBD use. As long as everybody differentiates CBD products from marijuana-derived ones, and CBD from THC, the product can be made federally-legal in the U.S., thus giving people access to a great alternative medicine for chronic pain, epilepsy, anxiety, acne, and much more.
CBD oil can be taken directly as is but producers are becoming even more creative with what they can do with it. Thanks to their efforts, CBD oil can be consumed in various forms such as edible gummies, chocolate bars, flavored oils, crystal dabs, vape liquids, and most recently, beverages.
CBD goes beyond consumables too. Its anti-pain and anti-inflammatory properties make it a great topical cream that people can use to help reduce aches and swelling. These CBD creams are even used in massage parlors in states where there isn’t a restriction on CBD products.
Studies to Back It Up
As you are reading this, countless researchers worldwide are conducting studies on the miracle compound! Most of these are geared towards unlocking the full potential of CBD and our understanding of cannabis. When Congress and the general public uncover all of the secrets behind CBD, it can kickstart the green revolution and help the support for marijuana grow even further.
Currently, researchers are working hard to prove some of the rumored benefits of CBD. If their findings remain positive, it’s sure for CBD to gain more government support.
CBD is often dubbed as the miracle compound,and for a good reason. Considering its benefits and all of the merits, it’s easy to see why a lot of people have fallen in love with it. As its industry is booming despite the controversies about the cannabis industry, we are very confident that it will be leading the battle for cannabis legalization in the future.
Here’s an infographic that provides an easy-to-read guide to CBD statistics and trends!
Thanks to Loudcloudhealth.com and Josh Wardini for providing me with this information. It’s very easy to read and assimilate the information. It’s an easy way to gather information about the differences between CBD and THC and the marijuana industry as a whole. Hopefully, you found this to be a useful graphic.
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