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A Brief Guide on the History of CBD

/ 08:36 AM October 18, 2022

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Most of you may be aware of the cannabinoid CBD because CBD products can be seen in almost all pharmacies, wellness stores, corner stores, etc. More people are talking and showing interest in CBD products due to their effectiveness. Even though experts can use cannabis and hemp to extract CBD, it is the top choice because of its legal status.

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Regarding legality, cannabis and all cannabis-related products were banned in the 1940s. But according to the 2018 farm bill, hemp and hemp-derived products are federally legal all over the US. If you find the history of CBD interesting, then this is for you. In this article, we discuss the history of CBD in brief.

History Of Cannabidiol (CBD)

A Brief Guide On The History Of CBD

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According to many records, people in China originally used the cannabis plant for its medicinal properties. Emperor Cheng Neng brewed the first cup of CBD tea in 2737 BC. Most people use CBD tea to cure gout, malaria, and rheumatoid arthritis. People who consumed CBD tea also improved their brain function and memory.

If you research the use of CBD in China, you can find a lot of interesting stories. According to studies, Queen Victoria used the cannabis plant to manage menstrual cramping. As modern science thrived, some chose to neglect cannabis and related products due to the lack of proof of its potential health benefits.

Due to the euphoric properties and addictive nature of cannabis extracts, the United States banned them.

The Rise Of Cannabidiol In The US

A Brief Guide On The History Of CBD

Even though cannabis was banned, researchers didn’t stop studying the benefits of cannabis extracts like CBD. As the studies started to show positive results, many states recognized that CBD has the potential to manage various chronic diseases. Considering the therapeutic properties of CBD and other cannabis extracts, some states started to decriminalize cannabis.

In 1973, New Mexico and Oregon passed bills to decriminalize cannabis. Seeing this bold move, other states also started legalizing the medicinal use of marijuana. California was the first state to approve medical marijuana.

Present Situation Of CBD In The United States

Using hemp and all hemp-derived products containing less than 0.3% THC is legal all over the United States. In some states, using marijuana and carrying up to 1 ounce of marijuana is also legal. Different CBD products, like CBD oil, CBD gummies, CBD vapes, CBD capsules, etc., can be purchased from pharmacies or wellness stores without any kind of prescription.

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