National CBD Day is dedicated to an herbal preparation derived from hemp. This remedy has a powerful sedative and analgesic effect. It has been proven useful not only for humans, but also for some animals. It has no recorded side effects and in medical doses does not cause distortions in perception.
Cannabidiol research was carried out back in the 1930s; however, due to the prevailing prejudice against cannabis at that time, the broad masses could not use the results for a long time. Only in the last few years has the stigma been removed from cannabidiol and made it available to people who need it.
National CBD Day is a young holiday that appeared four years ago. It aims to promote a safe and effective remedy that can help many people.
- CBD can be used to treat childhood epilepsy, including in one-year-olds.
- In recent years, food products with cannabidiol have appeared in stores.
- It is safer than many prescription pain relievers because it is non-addictive and does not harm the liver.
How to take part
If you have muscle pain or tension, feel restless and need a sedative, take the opportunity to try cannabidiol. First study information about the drug in order to determine the appropriate format and dosage. Most often, you can find oil on sale, but the product is available in capsules, added to drinks, etc. If your experience is positive, tell other people about it to raise their awareness.
When is National CBD Day celebrated in 2023?
National CBD Day is observed on August 8 each year.