Show 298 Uses of Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Oil

As I mention in the show, it is easy to get sucker-fied when it comes to purchasing hemp seed oil or CBD oil. There is a lot of flim-flam operators in the marketplace.

We have a vulnerability to want to find anything that can help us cope. 

If you are seeking for alternatives for traditional opiate medication it seems like it is an option. But if you don’t know the basics, you can lose time, money and an possible effective treatment source.

My intention is to find a way to get to the basic information needed to make an informed decision.

It is easy to find the junk and too dang hard to find viable, credible information.

Deep breath. 

This is a small effort to find alternatives.  Alternative does not necessarily mean safer. 

Again, start with identifying the basics  

For those of us that had actual critical thinking classes this means:

  • What is it?
  • What is it made of or how is it process?
  • Who is doing what and why?
  • Who is doing the opposite? 
  • Why and what are the benefits and risk?
  • What is in it for them?
  • What is in it for you?

In this episode the actual uses of Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Oil.

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Resources Mentioned: 

From which is a web publication of Thompson/Reuters, 2019 Marijuana Possession Laws by State.

Cannabis and CBD for Health and Wellness: An Essential Guide for Using Nature's Medicine to Relieve Stress, Anxiety, Chronic Pain, Inflammation, and More by Aliza Sherman and Junella Chin M.D. The link is to the Kindle version of the book.

From Workman Press, A Woman's Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better–and Get High Like a Lady by Nikki Furrer. There is also an audiobook version for those that want to listen as they process information.

NIH Office of Dietary Supplements Fact Sheet on Omega 3 Fatty Acids. There might be better sources than hemp. But it is an option.

Very Well Mind has a page on some of the Potential Side Effects of CBD

From the National Center of Complimentary and Integrative Health Cannabis (Marijuana) and Cannabinoids: What You Need To Know, last updated in 2019. 

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