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Informed said company after 1 ‘sample’ (haha) that I did not want any further product from them unless authorized. I got a shipment last month and sent it back. Tracked the package and they got it on Thursday November 1, 2018 in Oviedo, FL 32765. Yesterday, November 16, 2018 I recieved another such package and put RETURN TO SENDER on it and gave it back to US postal carrier. They continue to charge my credit card $95.13 twice. What can I do to stop this

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The first question to ask is how did we get here? Cannabis (CBD) is the major non-psychoactive component of Cannabis Sativa L. (Hemp). In 2012, at Tikun Olam, an Israeli Medical Cannabis Facility, a new strain of plant was developed that contained only CBD as the active ingredient and virtually no THC. Hemp plants are selectively developed and grown to contain high concentrations of CBD and very low amounts of the psychoactive component THC. A few CBD manufacturers further purify their products to contain elevated levels of CBD and no THC.

With the passage of the 2014 FARM BILL the US Congress differentiated industrial hemp from marijuana plants. This law authorized the growth, cultivation and marketing of industrial hemp in states that have legalized such activities.

Currently it is reasonable to consider CBD in one of its various forms including oil (tincture), cream, or capsule for a variety of potential symptoms. It is essential however to use a documented purified CBD completely free of THC and/or pesticides for it to be safe and to remain compliant with Oklahoma law. Many available over the counter products do not meet state law and will contain meaningful concentrations of THC. This can result in a positive drug test with subsequent devastating results. Consumers must by extremely vigilant when purchasing CBD from different vendors. It is much less costly to the retailer to provide impure CBD than a purified version. This is most often inadvertent but the consequences for the individual remain in place. Discussing possible reasons to initiate CBD as a therapy are best discussed with a knowledgeable healthcare provider. Dosing is individual and varies based on the medical issue.

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Given its promising results in animal models, along with its relative safety, non-psychoactive properties, and low potential for abuse, CBD is an attractive candidate to relieve pain. Unfortunately, there is a lack of human studies about the effectiveness of CBD. However, there is an abundance of commercial advertisements about the magical effects of CBD, and it is frequently presented as a cure-it-all potion that will treat everything including diabetes, depression, cancer, chronic pain, and even your dog’s anxiety!

If you or someone close to you is considering trying CBD, I would recommend Dr. Robert Shmerling’s advice about the dos and don’ts in choosing an appropriate product. Until there is high-quality scientific evidence in humans, it is difficult to make a recommendation for the regular use of CBD in chronic pain management.

What’s the research that CBD works in humans?

In fact, the FDA has issued several warning letters to companies and individuals that market unapproved new drugs that allegedly contain CBD. The FDA has tested the chemical content of cannabinoid compounds in some of the products, and many were found to not contain the levels of CBD the manufacturers had claimed they contain.

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The bottom line: Don’t make CBD your first or only choice for pain relief

Finally, there is anecdotal wisdom, when experiences by patients and health professionals have positive results. While the experience or medication could be beneficial, that doesn’t mean it is going to work for everyone. That’s because each and every person is unique, and what works perfectly for one patient could have no effect on another patient. This is especially true for pain, where many other factors (our mood and stress level, our environment and other medical conditions, and our previous experiences) can affect the perception of pain. Please be careful, and keep in mind that some of these incredible-sounding testimonials are merely marketing materials meant to lure consumers to buy more products, as the CBD market is expected to hit $20 billion by 2024.