Disclaimer: These products are NOT legal in all U.S. states or all countries. It is your responsibility to check what the legal guidelines are for your state or country. The efficacy of CBD products is not confirmed by FDA-approved research. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information presented here is not meant as a substitute for information from health care practitioners. It is also not meant as an alternative to information from health care practitioners. Before using any product, you should consult your doctor and ask about the risk of interactions or complications.

 

*NOTE: There is a lot of confusion right now regarding CBD Oil vs. Marijuana/Pot. They are not the same thing. The biggest difference being you can’t get high from using CBD Oil (also called Cannabidiol & Hemp Extract). This content is solely focused on CBD oil, but will touch on the differences between CBD and Marijuana. There is content across the internet stating that CBD is legal in all 50 states, but that isn’t true. Every state and country has their own laws regarding the use of CBD Oil. Some places it is illegal, some require prescriptions, some depend on levels of THC, and other places it is completely legal. You will have to read and research to find out what the laws are for your particular state or country. In order to grow industrial hemp in the United States, it has to comply with the 2014 Farm Bill, and be certified and registered with the state. Not all CBD oil is safe or beneficial to your health, so make sure to read “How to Find Quality CBD Oil” and “Types of CDB Products.”

Chronic Pain ResourcesCBD Oil, Hemp Extract, or Cannabidiol, is a liquid that has been extracted from hemp flowers and leaves and then formulated into a supplement that can be ingested sublingually (ENLITA FARMS).

 

Schlag, L. (2018). ENLITA FARMS FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT/Everything on CBD Oil with Industry Experts Enlita Farms. Seminar and Retrieved from: https://calledcbd.com/

Cannabis – This is a category of flowering plants that contains different species including Cannabis Sativa (CBD plant) and Cannabis Indica (marijuana plant).

 

Cannabinoids – Are a diverse class of chemical compounds that occur naturally in the human body (endocannabinoids), and occur in cannabis plants (phytocannabinoids), and interactions with the endocannabinoid system trigger various physiological actions (PROHBTD: Content x Culture).

 

Chronic Pain ResourcesTHC (Tetrahydrocannabionol) or delta-9 – This is the active ingredient in marijuana, it is what causes people to become psychoactive or get “high.”

 

CBD (Cannabidiol or Hemp Extract) – A liquid extracted from hemp flowers and leaves and used as a supplement to help with various medical conditions. It typically contains less than 0.3% of THC. The THC is too low to create any type of “high,” no matter how much is consumed. Plus, CBD actually counteracts the THC that is present in CBD/Hemp oil.

 

Marijuana –  Is also referred to as weed or pot. This is the dried flowers and leaves of the cannabis indica plant. It contains 10-30% THC making it psychoactive, giving people a “high.” It also contains some CBD (cannabidiol).

 

Cannabis Sativa (also called Hemp) – These are plants that have high concentrations of CBD enzymes, and very low THC. They are the plants CBD oil (also referred to as Hemp Oil) comes from.

The reason for the low THC content in CBD, is due to THC being formed in the resin glands on the buds and flowers of the female cannabis plant. And industrial hemp is not cultivated to produce buds. Therefore, it lacks the component that creates the marijuana high.

 

Chronic Pain ResourcesCannabis Indica – These are the plants the contain high THC, which creates the psychoactive “high.” Meaning they are the plants you get marijuana from.

 

*Note: Marijuana is often referred to as “cannabis.” This is confusing because that is actually the name of the category of plants. Before CBD Oil became popular people only associated the “cannabis” plant with marijuana, but CBD oil is not the same as marijuana. Most importantly, CBD does not have psychoactive properties and therefore doesn’t create any form of a “high.”

 

PROHBTD: Content x Culture/What are Cannabinoids. Retrieved from:

https://prohbtd.com/index.php/what-are-cannabinoids

 

Healthy Hemp Oil/CBD Information – The Ultimate Cannabidiol Information Guide. Retrieved from: https://healthyhempoil.com/cannabidiol/

Cannabidiol (CBD) appears to play the most significant role in the cannabis plant’s medicinal benefits. CBD has been shown to benefit a person’s health in many different ways. It is a natural pain reliever with anti-inflammatory antioxidant properties. It is also known to improve a person’s mood. CBD has shown positive outcomes for being therapeutic for a variety of different chronic pains and chronic illnesses. For certain health conditions, some people have reported being able to lower pain medications and even discontinue their medications altogether.   

 

Havens, Andrew (2018 June 21) National Pain Report/10 Things You Need to Know Before You Buy CBD Oil. Retrieved from: http://nationalpainreport.com/10-things-you-need-to-know-before-you-buy-cbd-oil-8836542.html

 

Johnson, John. (2018 July 27). Medical News Today/Everything you need to know about CBD Oil. Retrieved from: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317221.php

Health Conditions People Have Reported Improvements with CBD Oil Include:

 

  • Acne
  • Attention Deficit (ADHD)
  • Alertness
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Antipsychotic
  • Anxiety
  • Arthritis
  • Autism
  • Bacterial Infections
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Broken Bones
  • Cancers
  • Cardiovascular Health
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Dyskinesia
  • Energy Levels
  • Epilepsy
  • Eye and Vision
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Glaucoma
  • Heart Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Cholesterol
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Inflammation
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Kidney Disease
  • Liver Damage
  • Migraines
  • Mood Swings
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Nausea & Vomiting
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Obesity
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Panic Disorder
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Psoriasis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Seizures
  • Skin Conditions
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Stress
  • Stroke
  • Substance Abuse


Schlag, L. (2018). ENLITA FARMS FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT/Everything on CBD Oil with Industry Experts Enlita Farms. Seminar and Retrieved from: https://calledcbd.com/

 

CBD Oil Review/10 Strategies to Fine-Tune Your CBD Oil Dosage. Retrieved from:

https://cbdoilreview.org/cbd-cannabidiol/cbd-dosage/

Chronic Pain ResourcesCBD also acts through various receptor-independent pathways—for example, by delaying the “reuptake” of endogenous neurotransmitters (such as anandamide and adenosine) and by enhancing or inhibiting the binding action of certain G-protein coupled receptors (Project CBD).

According to research on CBD for anxiety, CBD can directly activate the 5-HT1A serotonin receptors, which will produce an anti-anxiety effect. The same G-coupled protein receptor is also related to addiction, appetite, sleep, pain perception, nausea, and vomiting.


The body also produces its own cannabinoids (endocannabinoid system) that help with sleep, appetite, pain and immune system response. Studies have shown that CBD may help reduce chronic pain by impacting endocannabinoid receptor activity, reducing inflammation and interacting with neurotransmitters (Healthline 2018). So the use of CBD may help the body to more effectively use its own cannabinoids. CBD also works with various ion channels to produce a therapeutic effect. Learn more about the scientific explanation for how CBD works in the body to help with various health conditions here: Project CBD.

 

Project CBD/How CBD Works. Retrieved from:

https://www.projectcbd.org/science/cannabis-pharmacology/how-cbd-works

 

Kubala, Jillian MS RD. (2018 February 26). Healthline/7 Benefits and Uses of CBD Oil (Plus Side Effects). Retrieved from: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/cbd-oil-benefits

 

Healthy Hemp Oil/CBD Information – The Ultimate Cannabidiol Information Guide. Retrieved from: https://healthyhempoil.com/cannabidiol/

It is a lot safer than marijuana. The most common side effects people have mentioned include tiredness which means you may need to take less, or too much energy meaning you need take more. People have also reported diarrhea from taking too much CBD oil. Other rare side effects may include anxiety, nausea, changes in appetite, or weight. CBD oil could possibly interact with drugs or certain supplements, so do research and talk with a physician if you are taking any.

 

Overdosing
Although there currently is no research as to the possibility of a lethal dose of CBD oil, there are some slight risks with taking very high doses for extended time periods. If you were to take 1500 mg a day (30x more than the standard serving) some worse-case scenarios include: mild low blood pressure, dry mouth, lightheadedness, sedation, decreased fertilization, reduced activity of T & B cells, reduced p-Glycoprotein activity, or reduced activity of cytochrome P450 enzyme. Another possible side effect could be mutations on the CNRI gene, which codes your CB1 receptor. Consuming too much of anything is bad for you, so just keep that in mind when using CBD oil.

 

Also view the harms of vaping under “Types of CBD Products.”

 

Johnson, John. (2018 July 27). Medical News Today/Everything you need to know about CBD Oil. Retrieved from: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317221.php

 

Schlag, L. (2018). ENLITA FARMS FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT/Everything on CBD Oil with Industry Experts Enlita Farms. Seminar and Retrieved from: https://calledcbd.com/

 

CBD Oil Review/10 Strategies to Fine-Tune Your CBD Oil Dosage. Retrieved from:

https://cbdoilreview.org/cbd-cannabidiol/cbd-dosage/

 

Kubala, Jillian MS RD. (2018 February 26). Healthline/7 Benefits and Uses of CBD Oil (Plus Side Effects). Retrieved from: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/cbd-oil-benefits

Chronic Pain ResourcesHowever, a less sensitive drug test won’t show any signs of the use of CBD oil. Not all CBD is created equal, and there may be some illegal CBD out there with high levels of THC. So do some research before purchasing CBD oil.

 

Schlag, L. (2018). Everything on CBD Oil with Industry Experts Enlita Farms.

Seminar and Retrieved from: https://calledcbd.com/

Chronic Pain ResourcesFull Spectrum is better than Isolate (view “How to Find Quality CBD Oil” to learn the difference). It is also very important to pay attention to ingredients when choosing a product. Some products will have artificial flavors, have poor quality processes, or not use a significant amount of CBD oil to have noticeable healthy results. With the FDA not standardizing CBD there are also some products out there that may contain harmful, toxic, or possibly illegal ingredients. So it is important to purchase CBD oil from a reliable, trusted source.

 

Some Concerns on Smoking and Vaping

It is easier to overconsume CBD oil when vaping or smoking. It isn’t necessarily harmful, but may lead to some temporary, mild side effects. Smoking can also be harsh on the lungs and throat. Some cannabis companies claim that vaping CBD makes the dosage about four times more potent.

 

Harms Associated with Vaping

Earlier this year, a study on vapes at Johns Hopkins University found that, while heating, some of their coils—the metal bits used to heat tinctures—likely leech notable amounts of heavy metals like chromium and nickel into the vapor users eventually inhale (TONIC 2018). Toxins like metals can cause all sorts of health issues, leading to or adding to a chronic illness. This will hamper the health benefits of CBD. So we would not recommend vaping CBD Oil.

 

CBD Oil Review/10 Strategies to Fine-Tune Your CBD Oil Dosage. Retrieved from:

https://cbdoilreview.org/cbd-cannabidiol/cbd-dosage/

 

Hay, Mark. (2018, August 27). TONIC/Everything We Know About The Health Risks of Vaping CBD. Retrieved from: https://tonic.vice.com/en_us/article/zmk55a/everything-we-know-about-the-health-risks-of-vaping-cbd

 

Ella. (2018, April 2). The Universal Plant/Smoking CBD: Should You Do It, and Is It Safe? Retrieved from: https://theuniversalplant.com/smoking-cbd-should-you-do-it-and-is-it-safe/

 

Benham, Barbara. Hughes, Nicole. (2018 February 21). JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH/Study: Lead and Other Toxic Metals Found in E-Cigarette ‘Vapors.’ Retrieved from:

https://www.jhsph.edu/news/news-releases/2018/study-lead-and-other-toxic-metals-found-in-e-cigarette-vapors.html

 

Schlag, L. (2018). ENLITA FARMS FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT/Everything on CBD Oil with Industry Experts Enlita Farms. Seminar and Retrieved from: https://calledcbd.com/

There are Two Types of CBD Oil

Chronic Pain ResourcesFull Spectrum

 

This type of oil is extracted from Industrial Hemp and none of the properties and compounds in the oil are altered. The beneficial properties of the oil that are not messed with include Flavonoids, Minerals, Phyto-Cannabinoids, Terpenes, and Vitamins. Full Spectrum also makes use of the “Whole Plant.” This is also called “Entourage Effect.” This means all different pieces within the plant interact with the human body and create a stronger influence than one piece alone. Evidence and research shows using whole plants in their natural state is more effective than using isolated components. Whole-plant medicine has been in use for thousands of years in ancient healing arts such as Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine (CBD Oil Review).

 

Since Full Spectrum uses all of the plant, it will have a small percentage of THC which helps to strengthen the health effects of CBD (but is too minimal for psychoactive effects). There are some products out there that remove the THC, for whatever reason, and these do not classify as Full Spectrum. Full Spectrum also has a more natural, earthy taste which people tend to like.

 

Full Spectrum is not easily manufactured. Full Spectrum CBD requires more time, effort, and expertise to properly extract while also preserving the integrity of the Hemp plant. (ENLITA FARMS). People who manufacture it are experts at the excruciating process. A full spectrum product will have a higher price tag because of this, but higher quality means greater benefits to the user.

 

Chronic Pain ResourcesIsolate


The majority of CBD oil is created by only extracting a compound from the plant. The compound is cooled to form crystals which are processed into a fine powder. This results in a single molecule compound made of only CBD, losing the majority of properties and healthy nutrients. This process is easy to create, but due to the poor quality, it has a lot less health benefits. It is cheaper to purchase than Full Spectrum, but even in consuming higher quantities of isolate, you won’t receive the same health benefits. Due to the artificial process and loss of natural compounds, the taste suffers. In order to add back flavor to the oil artificial flavors are added.

 

Isolate CBD, due to it being only CBD, suffers greatly from the lack of backup compounds and is weaker in the long term with no ability to improve upon itself (ENLITA FARMS). Also, many isolate products may actually contain substances that are toxic and harmful to your body, having the reverse effect of full spectrum products. Some manufacturers use petroleum solvents for the extraction process (Try the CBD 2018). This process can lead to petroleum residue in CBD products, causing all sorts of problems.

 

Why do we have Isolate when Full Spectrum is more effective and useful?

  1. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not really monitor herbal medicine products the way it monitors other medical products. Quality control is poor, resulting in potentially contaminated, adulterated, less effective, or even unsafe herbal products (CBD Oil Review).

  2. Potency can be erratic, due to environment and weather conditions changing each year’s crop of plants.

  3. Many botanical products do not have standardization models, because of a lack of knowledge and understanding of the components that are necessary for a therapeutic effect.

  4. Also, it is easier and cheaper for people to make Isolate CBD Oil. Many manufacturers only care about profits, not the benefits that can be had, or the consequences of a product full of toxins such as heavy metals and pesticides.

How to Find Quality CBD Oil

  1. Check for Full Spectrum
    Check labels to make sure the CBD Oil is “Full Spectrum” or made from the “Whole Plant.” If it is not on the label or website, it is likely an isolate product.

  2. Review Labels for Levels of THC
    The levels of THC should not exceed more than 0.3 percent. But, also make sure you check the levels of THC that are legal in your particular state or country. 

  3. Check the Processing Method
    CO2 extraction method is the safest. It uses high pressurized carbon dioxide at low temperatures to extract the CBD from the industrial hemp plant. The CO2 will evaporate when no longer under pressure. It is the most expensive method. However, other methods often use harsh solvents, which will likely cause chemicals to be in the CBD products.

  4. Check Ingredients
    Look at ingredients to make sure there is nothing artificial. For example, Enlita Farms CBD is just CBD oil and coconut oil, that’s it, nothing else is added.

  5. Check Concentration
    A quality product will start off with having 250mg to 1,000mg per fluid ounce. This matters because if you were to purchase a 4-ounce bottle that contained 250mg of CBD, your concentration would be a mere 62.5 mg of CBD per ounce – hardly enough to reap the full benefits of CBD (CBD Oil Review).

  6. Find out Where the Plants Are Grown.
    The CBD hemp plant will absorb substances and components of the soil it is grown in such as fertilizers, heavy metals or pesticides. Make sure there is some information on where the plants were grown. U.S. grown hemp is a better choice, because U.S. Farmers are required to get certified by state departments of agriculture. Many CBD oil companies will import oils from Europe or use third party extractors. Check for information on whether oils are made entirely within the U.S. and not shipped out at any point in the process.

  7. Third Party Testing and Third Party Potency Tested
    Check to see if a product has been tested by a third-party laboratory. A good, reputable product will make the results of the lab tests available to customers. Third party testing will test to see if a product has any chemicals, heavy metals, or other impurities. If a product has third party potency testing as well, that is good news. This will show the ingredients on the label are in fact what’s in the product.

  8. Consider the Price.
    You get what you pay for. If the price seems relatively cheap, you are probably purchasing a product of low quality, which results in minimal benefits.

  9. Check Reviews.
    If purchasing online, make sure the manufacturer has decent reviews showing high quality products, reliability, and good customer service. A company that is honest and of notable quality will likely provide a phone number where someone can actually be reached to answer questions. When shopping in-store check with sales people about the quality and reviews concerning the products.

  10. Review Company Claims. Make sure Product is Legal.
    Look for a transparent company that has all the information you are looking for easily available. No company should be claiming their product can cure any specific ailment, or that it is a magic cure-all. This violates the FDA’s guidelines. If it just states research or people having seen positive results with these health conditions, then that’s okay.

CBD Oil Review/10 Strategies to Fine-Tune Your CBD Oil Dosage. Retrieved from:

https://cbdoilreview.org/cbd-cannabidiol/cbd-dosage/

 

A.,Gregg. (2018 May 11). Try the CBD/Should you try the CBD Capsules? Retrieved from:

https://www.trythecbd.com/cbd-capsules-2/

 

Schlag, L. (2018). ENLITA FARMS FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT/Everything on CBD Oil with Industry Experts Enlita Farms. Seminar and Retrieved from: https://calledcbd.com/

 

CBD Oil Review/What is the CBD Entourage Effect?

Retrieved from:https://cbdoilreview.org/cbd-cannabidiol/cbd-entourage-effect/

 

Havens, Andrew (2018 June 21) National Pain Report/10 Things You Need to Know Before You Buy CBD Oil. Retrieved from: http://nationalpainreport.com/10-things-you-need-to-know-before-you-buy-cbd-oil-8836542.html

Natural health stores that have well-trained sales people that can answer most if not all of your questions, will be the best choice. Other signs of good quality natural health stores are ones that provide independent lab analysis for their products, and provide whole-food supplements, non-synthetic vitamins, and source products GMO free.

Some archaeologists suggest it may have been one of the first agricultural crops to be planted by early man. CBD has actually been around for nearly half a century. However, it has only recently become a topic of conversation.

 

Successfully Extracting CBD
Roger Adams, a chemist and graduate from Harvard University, was the first person to successfully extract CBD from a cannabis sativa plant. However, when Adams first managed this in 1940 he wasn’t aware that he succeeded in extracting a chemical compound and didn’t even know what he had done. (Ministry of Hemp, 2018). It wasn’t till years later scientists started researching the possible benefits of CBD.

 

Chronic Pain ResourcesModern Founder of CBD
In 1946, Dr. Walter S. Loewe was the first person to conduct tests using CBD on lab animals. He proved that CBD doesn’t create any sort of altered mental state like marijuana does. In the same year, he also discovered CBD’s three-dimensional structure. Due to his experiments and discoveries he is considered the modern founder of CBD.

 

Godfather of Modern Cannabis
Dr. Raphael Mechoulam also made important discoveries. In 1964, he identified CBD’s stereochemistry in his laboratory at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is considered the godfather of modern cannabis for also identifying the structure of THC in 1964. Further research continued in the 1960s on primates, and finally the first CBD oil meant for therapeutic use was released by the British Pharmacopoeia (Ministry of Hemp, 2018). Another significant breakthrough was in 1980 when Dr. Mechoulam did a study on how CBD could help in treating epilepsy. In 1992, Dr. Mechoulam also made the discovery that we in fact have cannabinoids in our bodies, the endocannabinoid system. It plays a role in regulating health, mood, and more.

 

Stanton, Ted. (2018 May 31). Ministry of Hemp/CBD History: The Past, Present and Future of Using CBD. Retrieved from: https://ministryofhemp.com/blog/cbd-history/

 

Marijuana Break Staff. (2018 January 28). Marijuana Break/Cannabis Timeline of Major Events.

Retrieved from: https://www.marijuanabreak.com/history-of-cbd

  1. Epilepsy One of the first double-blind trials of CBD was in 1980. Dr. Mechoulam and a team of scientists did a study on 16 individuals that suffered from severe epilepsy. Results showed every single person (many of them children) had improved symptoms and no side effects. After researching the safety and effectiveness of CBD oil for treating epilepsy, the FDA approved the use of CBD (Epidiolex) as a therapy for two rare conditions characterized by epileptic seizures in 2018. (Medical News Today).

  2. Cancer
    There are some researchers who have seen positive results for CBD fighting off cancer. In a study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, CBD was found to significantly help with the spread of cancer. CBD was said to help with destroying cancer cells and preventing their growth. Further research is still needed.

  3. Anxiety
    A study from Neurotherapeutics found CBD could reduce anxiety for people with health conditions including panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, general anxiety disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

  4. Diabetes
    In 2016, research published by Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation, found CBD to reduce inflammation in the pancreas. Another report also mentioned CBD to reduce inflammation and protect or slow down the development of type 1 diabetes.

  5. Alzheimer’s Disease Research published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease showed positive results in preventing the development of social recognition deficit. This means CBD could help people in the early stages of Alzheimer’s to recognize faces of people they know.

Here are some more studies on the effectiveness of CBD Oil:

The 17 Most Compelling Studies on CBD from 2017

Cannabidiol, or CBD, Benefits for Pain, Mental Illness & Anxiety

 

Johnson, John. (2018 July 27). Medical News Today/Everything you need to know about CBD Oil. Retrieved from: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317221.php

 

Dr. Axe, Josh. (2018 August 8) Dr. Axe FOOD IS MEDICINE/Cannabidiol, or CBD, Benefits for Pain, Mental Illness & Anxiety. Retrieved from: https://draxe.com/cbd-benefits/

 

Kubala, Jillian MS RD. (2018 February 26). Healthline/7 Benefits and Uses of CBD Oil (Plus Side Effects). Retrieved from: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/cbd-oil-benefits

Schlag, L. (2018). ENLITA FARMS FULL SPECTRUM HEMP EXTRACT/Everything on CBD Oil with Industry Experts Enlita Farms. Seminar and Retrieved from: https://calledcbd.com/

 

Dr. Axe, Josh. (2018 August 8) Dr. Axe FOOD IS MEDICINE/Cannabidiol, or CBD, Benefits for Pain, Mental Illness & Anxiety. Retrieved from: https://draxe.com/cbd-benefits/

 

Johnson, John. (2018 July 27). Medical News Today/Everything you need to know about CBD Oil. Retrieved from: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317221.php

 

Marijuana Break Staff. (2018 January 28). Marijuana Break/Cannabis Timeline of Major Events.

Retrieved from: https://www.marijuanabreak.com/history-of-cbd

 

PROHBTD: Content x Culture/What are Cannabinoids. Retrieved from:

https://prohbtd.com/index.php/what-are-cannabinoids

 

Project CBD/How CBD Works. Retrieved from:

https://www.projectcbd.org/science/cannabis-pharmacology/how-cbd-works

 

Benham, Barbara. Hughes, Nicole. (2018 February 21). JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH/Study: Lead and Other Toxic Metals Found in E-Cigarette ‘Vapors.’ Retrieved from:

https://www.jhsph.edu/news/news-releases/2018/study-lead-and-other-toxic-metals-found-in-e-cigarette-vapors.html

 

Ella. (2018, April 2). The Universal Plant/Smoking CBD: Should You Do It, and Is It Safe? Retrieved from: https://theuniversalplant.com/smoking-cbd-should-you-do-it-and-is-it-safe/

 

Hay, Mark. (2018, August 27). TONIC/Everything We Know About The Health Risks of Vaping CBD. Retrieved from: https://tonic.vice.com/en_us/article/zmk55a/everything-we-know-about-the-health-risks-of-vaping-cbd

 

CBD Oil Review/What is the CBD Entourage Effect?

Retrieved from:https://cbdoilreview.org/cbd-cannabidiol/cbd-entourage-effect/

 

CBD Oil Review/10 Strategies to Fine-Tune Your CBD Oil Dosage. Retrieved from:

https://cbdoilreview.org/cbd-cannabidiol/cbd-dosage/

 

A.,Gregg. (2018 May 11). Try the CBD/Should you try the CBD Capsules? Retrieved from:

https://www.trythecbd.com/cbd-capsules-2/

 

Stanton, Ted. (2018 May 31). Ministry of Hemp/CBD History: The Past, Present and Future of Using CBD. Retrieved from: https://ministryofhemp.com/blog/cbd-history/

 

Kubala, Jillian MS RD. (2018 February 26). Healthline/7 Benefits and Uses of CBD Oil (Plus Side Effects). Retrieved from: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/cbd-oil-benefits

 

Havens, Andrew (2018 June 21) National Pain Report/10 Things You Need to Know Before You Buy CBD Oil. Retrieved from: http://nationalpainreport.com/10-things-you-need-to-know-before-you-buy-cbd-oil-8836542.html

 

Healthy Hemp Oil/CBD Information – The Ultimate Cannabidiol Information Guide. Retrieved from: https://healthyhempoil.com/cannabidiol/