The Future of CBDDr. Jim Collins
Although it’s difficult to predict exactly what CBD’s future will look like, there are some clues and trends occurring today in medicine, research and people’s changing perceptions of CBD that might shed some light on this issue.
The good news is that research continues to examine multiple physical, emotional and neurodegenerative conditions that may be treated with CBD. With more evidence-based studies, the future of CBD is currently looking bright.
Society’s perception is changing about CBD and for the better. There has been a long-standing stigma surrounding marijuana and cannabis, but people are learning that CBD and THC are two completely different substances. CBD products containing less than 0.3% THC don’t produce any high, which is normally associated with THC.
With more research, positive medical results, and greater acceptance of CBD as a real alternative to prescription medications for a variety of conditions, it appears that the demand for CBD will only grow and remain in high demand.