Why has cannabidiol become so popular? CBD, a compound derived from the cannabis plant, started gaining public attention after children using it to treat epilepsy when nothing else worked. Today, many conservative US states such as Texas and Georgia, which still ban marijuana, allow CBD to be taken with little THC in cases of serious illness.
          Meanwhile, as with cannabis, people all over the United States are experimenting with taking CBD in a variety of situations, from anxiety to insomnia. Cannabidiol has earned a reputation as a "wonder drug" because it does not get consumers high, and if it does not contain THC, it can be purchased online in all 50 states. Currently, most people are using this cannabinoid to relieve the side effects of cancer treatment, mental disorders (depression, anxiety, insomnia), inflammation (arthritis, Crohn's disease) and pain. But CBD offers much more. Here are the 5 most underrated uses for CBD.

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CBD for quitting smoking

Nicotine addiction is one of the most difficult habits to get rid of, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, only six percent of people successfully quit smoking each year. This is why CBD is such an exciting prospect to quit this addiction.
As with cannabis in general, the federal ban on CBD hampers research on it. However, there are some small trials about CBD's effects on cigarette addiction. One 2013 study found that 40 percent of smokers using a CBD inhaler reduced the amount of cigarettes they smoked, while those given a placebo did not notice any significant changes.

In May, in a small double-blind trial, 800 mg of CBD was found to reduce the irritability caused by cigarette triggers such as being at a party or surrounded by other smokers. This way, we come to the bottom of why CBD is such an effective treatment for so many different conditions. It treats not only the physical symptoms like inflammation and pain, but also the anxiety that comes with them. In this way, it works holistically - on the mind and body - to provide patients with relief.

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CBD for mom, grandma and all elderly people

Have you tried to convince your mom to recreational smoking with you? Even so, before that happens, it doesn't mean that your mom - or any of your loved ones - should not experience the miraculous health potential of the cannabis plant. CBD could be the perfect way to convince people resistant to the effects of herbs: cannabidiol doesn't get you high has no marijuana stigma; and it can be consumed in many non-threatening ways, for example in tea or topically in a lotion.
CBD is said to be beneficial in diseases related to aging. While there is no research on CBD for the treatment of menopause so far, cannabidiol has shown promise in treating its symptoms, including anxiety, depression, insomnia, and loss of bone density.
            These symptoms also plague a significant number of seniors, who are now the fastest growing group of cannabis users in the US, according to a 2016 report. Most experts recommend that patients use CBD products with THC added for the best effect. However, pure CBD can be a good starting product.

CBD for dogs

       CBD is not only gaining a reputation as a miracle drug for humans. Animals also struggle with conditions ranging from arthritis to anxiety without effective treatments. A growing number of pet owners find CBD to be the solution. (…) In an online survey soon to be published, 44 percent of pet owners said cannabis worked more effectively than traditional painkillers for their pets.

           While there are hardly any studies on CBD for pets (the first important study was published by Cornell University in July of this year), it is logical that CBD will work for cats and dogs as they also have an endocannabinoid system.

           Pet owners just as often dislike giving painkillers to their beloved pets, for the same reason that they dislike taking them themselves - they cause side effects including exhaustion and confusion.