CBD Stores is the subject of much discussion in many jurisdictions around the world. The main concern is whether or not the restricted sale of cannabidiol (CBD) oil is legal and therefore how to obtain it legally. In this article I will outline why CBD should not be banned completely and also explain why such bans do not work. Finally, I will offer my personal opinion about why CBD should never be legalized. If you agree with this article, please visit my website to learn about how CBD can help you live a better life.

Image result for CBD Online

It should be evident by now that CBD is a highly controversial topic which preaches acceptance and tolerance, yet the general population appears to be divided in its views. There have been very few major surveys to date, but from anecdotal evidence it seems that many citizens do not want cannabis oil products to be available at all, including CBD. Therefore, unless the ban is overturned the only choice for CBD sales may be at specialty shops, or perhaps through an education and advocacy campaign to get the general public more educated about CBD as an alternative medicine.

Many countries around the world have a CBD rule so as to protect citizens from drug abuse. The European Union, along with many other nations, has a CBD rule. But what about in the United States? What if CBD is again made illegal for recreational use, and then everyone who wants to try it has to go through the FDA? The CBD market will be dead in the future CBD Stores.

The CBD market in the United States is currently controlled through the FDA with limited exceptions. CBD is one of the non-steroidal anti inflammatory medicines, which is commonly known as NSAIDs, and is the most common prescription medication in the USA. While there is no clear evidence that CBD reduces the risks of heart disease, it has been shown to reduce the risk of hemorrhagic stroke, isoflavones, and ulcerative colitis. Many large, long-term clinical trials are currently underway, but until those results are in we may see CBD use as a controlled, non-narcotic painkiller like oxycodone, or perhaps in combination with NSAIDs for inflammatory diseases like arthritis. If the CBD industry had been shut down until the FDA approves its medicinal properties, then thousands of people with chronic pain would be turned away from clinics, and the need to seek out another doctor for a prescription pain relief would grow out of control.

What happens if the CBD market in the United States is severely limited until the CBD becomes an approved prescription drug, and then no one will buy it? Many cities across the nation have placed CBD restriction signs on stores, and there will likely be similar restrictions in the near future. It will be interesting to watch how this plays out, and how cities react to this new trend. Some cities have actually voted to ban CBD sales altogether, and although this seems unfair to the consumer, maybe it is the only way cities can control the price of CBD.

I was very curious about why the FDA issued a warning about CBD and what the implications are for patients, doctors, pharmacists, manufacturers and suppliers. It now seems that CBD can be considered as a “new psychoactive substance”, and that it has some serotonergic activity similar to LSD and mushrooms. This would be quite alarming to anyone that suffers from schizophrenia or other psychoses. I also had some comments about CBD from an online think tank, and they had some interesting things to say about the pharmaceutical industries’ addiction to patent rights. In conclusion, the world may soon see CBD stores all across the country, and the CBD industry will once again become the new Silk Road.