What Is Cannabidiol?
Pain Relief – The Facts
The active ingredient in Tylenol, acetaminophen, accounts for more than 100,000 calls to poison centers, roughly 60,000 emergency-room visits & hundreds of deaths a year in the US. Learn more about CBD and its safety profile.
CBD Clinical Studies
Cannabidiol is not just researched as a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory. Read up-to-date clinical studies on the vast benefits of CBD.
Learn More About Cannabidiol (CBD)
It is only very recently hemp has also been bred to contain a high amount of CBD, but without the psychoactive compound THC. Join the revolution in discovering CBD.
The Distinction & Your Access To CBD
Our technique for acquiring CBD allows us to sell it as a hemp food product, meaning it’s available to you now, wherever you live.
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There is a rapidly growing body of research demonstrating the vast therapeutic properties of CBD, but it has historically been unavailable to many people who need it the most. There are countless stories where a family has had to move across the country to a medical cannabis state because their child has epilepsy that's unresponsive to pharmaceuticals but is treatable with CBD.
Families should not have to uproot themselves just so their child can get through the day without having a seizure.
Nectar Leaf is committed to bringing affordable, high quality cannabidiol (CBD) products to the market, especially in states where medical cannabis is unavailable.
We are committed to advancing the understanding of the therapeutic properties of cannabidiol while enhancing access to affordable, high quality CBD.
CBD is legal throughout the United States in all 50 states as long as it is sourced from hemp grown outside the US and contains no THC. We ensure this by only using the hemp fiber, stems, and seeds rather than the flowers.
Data compiled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has linked as many as 980 deaths in a year to drugs containing acetaminophen. That averages nearly 82 deaths a month in the United States alone.
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Latest News & research
This month at the Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance’s annual meeting, experts met to speak about the presence of key chemical compounds in medical marijuana. The goal is to continue the conversation around possible treatments for pain, inflammation and mental health disorders. “Some of the questions we have in the medical community is how can we make Read more about Efforts To Access Cannabis Oil Continues To Make Waves[…]
It’s been over a year since the House of Representatives approved Carly’s Law in Alabama. This bill allowed testing of cannabidiol for treatment of children with severe seizures. Since the passage of this law, some of Alabama’s severest epilepsy patients gained access to clinical trials and began using the the oil. Although it’s only been 6 months into trials, promising results are emerging as doctors are pleased with what they are observing. Read more about CBD Clinical Trials Continue To Point Towards Success
Cannabis has a long history of being used for a variety of purposes, from hemp oils and fibres to medicinal purposes. It became acknowledged and accepted into American pharmacopoeia, where it was evaluated for treating diseases, or the accompanying symptoms, until the early 1940s. Read more about The Re-Education Of Medical Cannabis
Over just the last two years, 17 states have passed laws legalizing cannabidiol so that people suffering from significant issues have legal access to it. For intractable childhood epilepsies and other seizure disorders that have permanently encumbered countless lives and devastated families, CBD is proving to be a huge relief for patients throughout the world. Read more about CBD Treatment For Epilepsy Continues Encouraging March Forward
Last week, the Republican debate took a turn to focus on marijuana laws in the US. Moderator Jake Tapper took to a question popular on social media, asking about candidates views on marijuana legalization. He quoted Governor Christie, who recently said ‘if you’re getting high in Colorado today,’ where marijuana has been legalized, ‘enjoy it until January 2017, Read more about The Politics Of Medical Marijuana Takes Front Stage[…]
In Mexico City, 8 year old Graciela Elizalde lives with a rare disease that makes her suffer from up to 400 epileptic convulsions every day. Despite having to endure surgery and seeking out alternative treatments, her epileptic fits “have greatly grown in intensity, force, and frequency” her mother said. Read more about One Girl Leads The Battle For Medical Marijuana In Mexico
This week in Georgia, public health officials reported that nearly 200 patients now qualified for the state’s new medical marijuana registry. This also includes an increase in the number of doctors now approved to recommend cannabis oil as a treatment. Read more about CBD Pushes Forward: Georgia’s Medical Marijuana Registry Grows, PA Trial On The Move
Republican Gov. Nikki Haley signed Davis’ bill into law in June 2014, legalizing CBD oil for epilepsy patients in South Carolina.
In June of 2014, Gov. Nikki Haley signed Davis’ bill into law, decriminalizing cannabis derived CBD oil in South Carolina and allowing doctors to prescribe it for people suffering from epilepsy. Read more about CBD Continues Its Push Through The South
Dr. Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, recently stepped forward to help clarify some of the misinformation circling marijuana and cannabidiol. As one of the world’s top experts on the application and misuse of cannabis and research, Volkow believes “what we can say with certainty is that cannabis contains active ingredients with potential therapeutic properties. Read more about International Relations: Cannabis & CBD Oil Continues To Find Support
Last Friday, Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Review Panel voted to add autism to the list of qualifying conditions fit for treatment under state law.
Mike Zimmer, director of the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, is the next step in the process for approval. Zimmer has until late October to make a final decision. Once a final determination is made it will be announced on the agency’s website. Read more about CBD Added As Effective Autism Treatment In Michigan As Support Grows In Congress