When we think about being protected by our armed forces or treated medically by health professionals we shudder to think that they could be under the influence of anything intoxicating or worse, chemically-based ‘drugs.’ These are people who we rely on, trust, and look up to, role models for our kids growing up in a world that seems to be falling apart.
The question though that is floating around on peoples lips and causing conversations to halt and make us ponder is if these ‘drugs,’ as some like to think are, are all-natural and organic and offer health benefits that far outweigh any negatives we hear about, should they not be considered an option for treatment of ailments?
Classifying a drug can be tricky, and if not careful you can step on a lot of toes that lead to non-smiling faces, so being sure it ‘is’ classed and printed in journals as a drug is a piece of advice I’d look into. See this article https://luxury.rehabs.com/drug-abuse/classifications/ if you are unsure in any way and be more aware when making statements and claims in the future.
Having an arsenal of knowledge in your back pocket is your ticket into any debate and one that could lead to a round of applause if presented correctly and with accuracy.
Taking a look into CBD and how it has grown in leaps and bounds over the years and expanded across the globe is a topic worth discussing and one we will delve into in this article in some respect.
What is CBD?
While yes it is classified under the cannabis plant family, it has had the hallucinogenic element, THC extracted via various methods and thus eliminating the chances and risks of having a psychoactive reaction, and making it safer for consumption by a larger audience.
THC is essentially the component you want the least of when opting to use CBD, even more so if it’s for your pets and young family members.
Find out more about it in this link and other useful information that could help clear up any unanswered questions you may have but too afraid to ask or not sure who to discuss with, because we all know how people like to turn up their noses at anything that is considered ‘taboo’ in their eyes.
CBD and our federal officers.
Should it be allowed as everyone waits with bated breath? This seems simple enough of an answer with most saying no without giving it a second thought, but considering the advantages this modest plant and flower brings to the table, it is something worth taking a minute on.
We have brave persons daring to take on the world for us, put their lives on the line when some don’t even lift a finger, and if a natural ingredient gifted to us by mother nature can help their quality of life to perform a better service then I am all for it.
There are talks on the table, which you can see at Cheef Botanicals and learn more about the other side of the coin, the options being considered and discussed, and conclude based on facts.
CBD products with a THC content of less than 0.3% are available with a prescription, others are readily available at convenience stores or pop-up CBD stores for anybody to walk in and just buy. So, if say a soldier who has insomnia or epilepsy can manage the effects and causes of these issues with a chemically-free ingredient why shouldn’t they be allowed it?
If the government issued CBD with no traces of THC could be offered under doctors guidance, is this not one step forward for the human race? As well as eliminating the risk of failing a drug test due to traces of THC in a self-bought product?
CBD is already legal and farmed across the world, the increase in positive stories being added to daily, if we can aid those who provide services we aren’t even aware of unless splashed across the news, then this is a small part to play in life’s big game. We were put on this earth to care for one another, let’s do our share.