Cannabis began as an herbal medicine in 500 BC when ancient cultures in Central Asia used the plant for health reasons instead of its mood-altering properties.
Today, more than two millennia later, people are again using CBD oil for its medicinal purposes, such as treating anxiety and pain. This is just one historical fact you can learn during National Cannabis Month, which promotes information about this plant, its history and its uses.
“At Candy Head, we believe people need to be educated about the difference between marijuana and CBD,” said Ian Gilley, founder of Candy Head, a Rhode Island-based company which makes CBD-infused hard candies. “You will not get high from CBD products. CBD does not have a high-enough concentration of THC, the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant.”
Plus, CBD oil is legal in many states. The 2018 Farm Bill removed major restrictions that had limited consumer access to the health-benefits of CBD. There is a growing number of studies that suggests CBD oil can help people with epilepsy, acne, depression, diabetes, nausea, ADHD, heart disease and Parkinson’s.
Candy Head hard candies, which are now on sale at vitabeauti.com, use full-spectrum CBD oil, which is full of therapeutic terpenes, cannabinoids, flavonoids and fatty acids. Separately, these ingredients have benefits, but