The history of CBD
Cannabis Sativa is one of the oldest plants cultivated by humans. Its use was very versatile. It is recorded as originating from the Tibetan Plateau, Central Asia.
There is thousands of years of evidence of its use for both medicinal and spiritual purposes. The fibers of the plant were used to make material for clothing, ship sails, ropes, and paper. Its seed is easily absorbed and has a high protein content.
With the medicinal use of the plant research has been carried out since the 1800s.
In 1871, it reached Hungary and was included in the first official Hungarian herbal book.
In Western medicine, before the advent of Aspirin, it was successfully used for pain relief, rheumatic complaints and spasm relief.
Then from the 1950s, scientific studies stopped, the cannabis plant was banned until the recent past.
The influence and manipulation of various interest groups has given this herb, which has been used for thousands of years, a completely bad image.
Fortunately, the development of science and the availability of information have accelerated. Nowadays, we have a lot of authentic, scientific articles and publications available, from which we can read real information about the use of the cannabis plant and its countless beneficial effects. Nowadays, more and more pharmaceutical companies are putting their products containing CBD on store shelves. Excellent test results are being produced in more and more areas, e.g. in the treatment of nervous system and psychological disorders, alleviating the symptoms of epilepsy, and we could list more...
It is also increasingly common among professional athletes to speed up muscle regeneration, for calm, undisturbed sleep, to reduce pain caused by muscle fever , as well as to alleviate injuries, inflammations, muscle and joint pain. In contrast to synthetic painkillers, CBD products are non-addictive, do not damage the liver and have no side effects affecting physical and mental health.
CBD oil extracted from medical Hemp (Cannabis Sativa plant) has many beneficial effects on the human body, does not cause intoxication and addiction.
Fortunately, nowadays, relying on scientific studies, more and more countries are allowing the wider use of products containing CBD.
Source: Dr. Dani Gordon: The CBD bible, Wikipedia, Mitche Earleywine: Marihuana