On August 8, National CBD Day recognizes the hemp-derived supplement that's treating a variety of ailments worldwide!
Over the years, hemp-derived CBD (cannabidiol) has made quite a name for itself in the wellness world. As an increasing number of hemp oil products - from tinctures to edibles - hit the marketplace, CBD continues to be the miracle supplement that everyone wants. As an added benefit, CBD does not possess the psychoactive properties (THC).
Since ancient times and throughout the world, hemp has been used as natural medicine to treat pain and a variety of ailments. Today, consumers rely on CBD for relief from common conditions ranging from insomnia to anxiety to chronic pain. Advocates value that CBD delivers noticeable benefits without the risk of toxicity and with little to no side effects. Another advantage of CBD is it is natural, fast-acting and extremely versatile. You can inhale it, rub it on the skin, or put drops in your food.
Research on CBD and its health benefits is ongoing and extremely promising. Currently, studies seek the latest results on the improvement of mood, appetite, cognitive function, depression, insomnia, addiction, epilepsy and Crohn's disease. Top integrative and functional medicine experts have taken notice. As a result, they are beginning to recommend this incredible natural chemical to their chronic pain patients, as well as those with fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis.
In the modern age, we are finally awakening to the extraordinary potential of CBD in our own lives. That's just one of the many reasons to discover more about CBD and how it fits into your healthcare regimen.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Seek out the healthy hemp benefits of CBD and see if CBD offers an advantage to what ails you. Join other holistic healers on #NationalCBDDay and ease those chronic conditions that create daily struggles.
Don't forget to use the hashtag on social media to help spread the message on #NationalCBDDay.
CBDMD founded National CBD Day to bring awareness to the health benefits CBD (cannabidiol) brings to hundreds of thousands of people annually.
The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed National CBD Day to be observed annually beginning on August 8, 2018.