EPISODE 437: CBD for Pain & Sleep
Marijuana is quickly becoming legal or at least decriminalized in most states. Billions of dollars of previously criminal revenue is suddenly on-the-books and taxable, and hundreds of products are flooding the market including everything from skincare to nutritional supplements.
But what does it all mean for you?
CBD (cannabidiol) is just one of dozens of cannabinoids in marijuana, and it’s of particular interest for pain, anxiety, and sleep. CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning you won’t get paranoid or faceplant into the couch, so it can be a natural and safe alternative to prescription drugs.
On this week’s podcast, you’ll meet a medical doctor whose work focused around the safe and effective medicinal use of this once-illicit plant.
Listen in to learn:
- How to choose an effective dose
- How much it will cost
- Hemp-derived vs. cannabis derived CBD
- Will I get stoned
- When to add THC (psychoactive) to a CBD dose
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ABOUT OUR GUEST
Mary Clifton, M.D. is a board-certified, licensed, internal medicine doctor. She is an expert in CBD and Cannabis and the founder of CBDandCannabisInfo.com. Mary is the author of The Grass Is Greener: Medical Marijuana, THC & CBD OIL: Reversing Chronic Pain, Inflammation and Disease, and Get Waisted, as well as five companion cookbooks. She speaks at major cannabinoid events around the world, including Africa, Europe and Asia.
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