August 8th marks National CBD Day, a day to celebrate and raise awareness about the uses and capabilities of cannabidiol, a hemp-based compound that is touted for its ability to relieve pain and anxiety. Despite the many misconceptions about CBD, this day is dedicated to educating people about what it really is and changing common perceptions about it. National CBD Day is celebrated annually on August 8th, although with all the potential benefits of the compound, it should be celebrated every day. It is a day to recognize the legalization of CBD and its medical and personal health advantages.
It is also a day to celebrate the fact that we now have access to one of nature's medicinal wonders, which has been denied to us since the criminalization of cannabis, and the path we have taken to get out of that edge. CBD offers an alternative treatment to chemical-based pharmaceutical products, such as pain relievers or anxiolytics. This year, it is estimated that around 100 million people will be aware of National CBD Day. This shows just how quickly CBD has been adopted as a medical product in recent history, with no signs of slowing down.
National CBD Day focuses on enjoying the healing properties of marijuana. Many users claim that it has benefits for combating muscle pain, likely due to its powerful anti-inflammatory properties. When looking for CBD products, it's essential to look for reliable products that have been tested by third parties and that contain the ingredients they claim to contain. By combining CBD with other compounds such as THC, minor cannabinoids and terpenes, consumers will receive maximum benefits.
The Farm Bill legalized all hemp products at the federal level and removed hemp from the DEA's list of controlled substances, substantially helping the CBD market. Patients use CBD for its therapeutic benefits, such as its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticonvulsant, antiemetic and anxiolytic properties. Full-spectrum CBD products contain only 0.3% THC (the federal legal limit), which will not produce psychoactive effects. National CBD Day is an opportunity to learn more about this compound and its potential benefits.
It is also a chance to recognize the progress we have made in legalizing cannabis and hemp products at the federal level.