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Over 40 million Americans suffer from anxiety. Some patients have begun to use cannabis anxiety treatments to treat some of the crippling side effects.
Once again we have seen pro athletes face wrongful cannabis suspensions for using a plant that they believe improves their quality of life.
A study, published at the beginning of 2019, suggested that that CBD autism treatment in children may be successful in relieving disruptive symptoms.
In 2019, Pennsylvania added anxiety disorders to the list of medical cannabis qualifying conditions, making cannabis available to those with anxiety.
According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common mental complications in the United States.
Touted for it’s many health benefits, CBD (Cannabidiol) is one of the 100+ chemical compounds, known as cannabinoids, that are produced by the cannabis plant.
Many veterans believe cannabis to be a safer alternative to alcohol and addictive drugs, but many are not receiving medical advice related to cannabis.
The popularity of CBD has grown due in large part to research that the compound has a number of medicinal uses and relatively few negative side effects.
Do you have trouble sleeping? A newly published report indicates that CBD can help improve sleep, especially for those suffering from anxiety.