Does the law allow the use of CBD Oil
There are times when the traditional medicines don’t work and your threshold of withstanding pain and suffering can be at an all-time low. It is at such times that one looks for alternate sources of cure. One such alternate cure for a host of medical problems is the CBD oil.
CBD oil is supposed to cure pain, reduce side effects after chemo, help in reducing seizures and also in relieving the symptoms of anxiety, depression, asthma and even constipation.
CBD oil is thick and is extracted from parts of the Cannabis plant. It has cannabinoids like THC and CBD.
Now with so many benefits from the oil, there is still a debate going on whether the oil is legal to use or not. Currently, the CBD oil can be used to treat medical conditions after obtaining a permit from the state. But you must keep in mind that different states have different rules governing the possession and use of the CBD oil.
The process of obtaining permission is tedious with people needing to register their names in a state registry before they get the permission to purchase the oil. There is a proposal to make the product easily accessible to people because it is different from marijuana which too contains CBD.
The hemp derived CBD oil has less than 0.3% off the tetrahydrocannabinol which is the primary component of marijuana and it gives a high to the user.
According to parents, caregivers, medical professionals the benefits far outweigh the concerns that the state has regarding the use of the oil. Even I found the CBD oil to be one of the unique ways to help migraines abate. Thus, though the law allows the use of the CBD oil only in severe medical conditions it is time to make it easily accessible to one and all.