Here is a very informative article on CBD by Elizabeth Blasi of AAPTIV
Taking over our health food stores, beauty products, and even the treats we feed our dog. It’s official—CBD oil is everywhere. Cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD, is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid extracted from the cannabis plant. While it shares family ties with marijuana, it’s noted as a legal product as long as it has under .3 percent THC (however, some states may still consider this an illegal substance, so check before purchasing). CBD oil is being used as a relief for individuals with anxiety and problems sleeping, to ignite immune system receptors, and even to monitor pain.
So, how can this magical substance be the quick fix to softening the harsh muscle aches that come with on-set muscle soreness? The answer has to do with the oil’s effect on the brain and nervous system. Read on as we talk to medical professionals about the possible advantages and disadvantages of taking CBD oil as it relates to curing on-set muscle soreness.