Does CBD oil work for Veterans?

Does CBD oil work for Veterans?

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Does CBD oil work for Veterans?
What's the Veteran's Administration stance?

It is currently mid-summer, 2017 and there has been a lot of noise on the interwebs about the VA and medical marijuana. Many people have been wrongly excited that it ‘may not happen', or ‘it can't happen in my state'. Well, the important thing is that CBD as a well-refined herbal oil, as a food product, is already legal in all 50 states. That is precisely what we market from Hempworx. (Links below.)

Does CBD oil work for Veterans?

Of note is the news is that the VA may begin making it available THRU the VA, and yes, that is a big deal. But don't get in a tizzie if it's not likely to happen any time soon, just buy your own. And to get a discount become a rep and get in front of this cultural shift!

From the legions of anecdotal testimonials we have heard, CBD can work marvels for many issues. But don't take out word for it. Try it yourself and see. Our Herbal CBD Oil is quite benign and should not disrupt any medications, but be sure to check with your Doctor.

Does CBD oil work for Veterans?

CBD. Just what is CBD? Cannabidiol (CBD) is just one of over 85 cannabinoids that is identified in the cannabis plant. CBD is becoming increasingly popular for having a wide scope of medicinal benefits. Clinical reports and mounds of test data show no side effects and zero psycho activity with CBD.

This herbal & organic CBD oil is highly sought because it is full-spectrum oil, meaning it is not an ‘isolate'. Full spectrum CBD means you are getting all of the medicinal benefit of the cannabinoids from the hemp.

Does CBD oil work for Veterans?

Because CBD is so benign and seems to ‘contra-indicate' nothing, give it a try and see. Check with your doctor of course, but they should say the same. And when you have favorable results, report back. I'd love to hear your testimonial.

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**To be entirely clear, when I stated ‘contains no THC' I am referring to the FDA definition of of acceptable minimums of “less than .03%” in order to be sold under the 2014 Farm Bill as a food item. (**”….defined as “the plant Cannabis sativa L. ….. with a THC concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”)
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