Just about every health blog is buzzing about the positive health benefits of CBD oil. While there is plenty of scientific evidence proving its benefits for a handful of diseases, it would be a bit of a pipe dream for mainstream medicine to embrace it as well. Although considering legal recreational marijuana is now a reality in many states, there still may be a place for CBD outside of holistic health.
With marijuana being legitimized in various American states and countries around the world, the commercial viability of the plant is now on the table. This means that silly myths that used to surround the plant should be ignored in favor of facts and economic factors to make sure production meets market demand.
While people are obsessed with the isolated tinctures from cannabis, people forget about natural cold-pressed hemp oil as a supplement. It doesn’t have a harsh chemical extraction process, contains natural phytochemicals and doesn’t have enough THC to get you high.
For years now, blog articles, Youtube videos, and social media posts have bigger audiences and easier access to the general user than ever before. Because of this, the marketing efforts of big brands and small businesses alike have shifted into online content marketing over traditional advertising.
With the world opening up to cannabis and its extracts, CBD oil hyped up like no other supplement currently in the industry. You’ve probably seen it mentioned on your local news, your favorite Youtuber, and especially by Joe Rogan.