Cannabinoids, including CBD, have shown promise in diseases that affect hundreds of millions worldwide.
Cannabinoids are a group of 140 different compounds found in the cannabis plant. These compounds have been demonstrated to affect specific receptors where they produce therapeutic impact. This is where strategy and serendipity converge and where science begins.
To the medical research community, and the general public, one of the most familiar and promising of these compounds is CBD, cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is used for a wide variety of treatments, including pain management, anxiety relief, inflammation reduction, gastrointestinal support, and mobility therapies. The promise of cannabidiol and other cannabinoids for medical use is backed by decades of international research in the areas of oncology, neurological disease, and cardiovascular disease.