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CBD has been a leading nutritional product for the past 3 years but in 2019 the market took a giant leap forward. The 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law in December of 2018 and that new law opened the floodgates for new products and for the inclusion of CBD products by a number of large national retailers. But, most all of the big retailers carrying CBD are only doing so with topical CBD lotions and creams, which are of questionable value.
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North America was the biggest market for CBD oil in 2018 and is expected to remain so in the coming years. Approximately 60% of the CBD products sold in the U.S. last year were in the form of CBD oil concentrated liquid called tinctures, which are used by placing a few drops under the tongue. The next most popular form was capsules and softgels.
The legal issues surrounding CBD remain murky in spite of the 2018 Farm Bill. Yet both CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid from industrial hemp, as well as both medical and recreational marijuana are increasingly deemed to be acceptable by the North American consumers as the stigma surrounded various hemp and cannabis related substances continues to subside. Even with this increased acceptance, the major chain stores remain reluctant to sell ingestible CBD products, even though the topical CBD creams and lotions they offer have questionable value with no scientific research to speak of regarding the effectiveness of CBD in topical form. In September the Arthritis Foundation issued guidelines for people who wish to try CBD, even though they are not endorsing CBD. This is being done because the group recognizes consumer interest in cannabidiol, or CBD, is very high. When the Arthritis Foundation surveyed over 2,600 arthritis patients they estimated that almost 80 percent of those arthritis sufferers are either currently using CBD or have tried it, or are considering trying it. They acknowledge that evidence of CBD’s efficacy for pain is only anecdotal at this time and the Foundation indicates proper scientific research is needed in order to determine what, if any, efficacy the substance has for pain. Approximately 54 million Americans have arthritis.
CBDReVu advises that consumers should be aware that hemp oils and hemp powders sold in supermarkets are made mostly from hemp seeds and should be expected to have little or no CBD oil contained in the product. So, products labeled as hemp oil or hemp seed oil should be assumed to contain no CBD whatsoever unless the label specifically states that it does.
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