While cannabis laws are becoming more lax in the country and as studies on the benefits of CBD are getting better supported, the beauty industry and Hollywood are starting to gather around this ingredient. The CBD has become a dominant cultural phenomenon. For a year or two, celebrities such as Mandy Moore, Olivia Wilde, Alessandra Ambrosio and Jaime King have all openly endorsed beauty and wellness products inspired by the CBD.
In fact, a few months ago, I met Jaime King at an event organized for MedMen (a California dispensary) celebrating the launch of one of the brand's numbers: Ember (her quarterly journal on cannabis), where she told me: "I've seen how CBD works for people suffering from all types of ailments and diseases, such as Epilepsy, cancer, PCOS and endometriosis – but without becoming elevated And there are also advantages in terms of beauty.We have much more research to do, but the time is exciting to see what types of properties in this plant can be healthy for humans. "
Bottom line: CBD is legitimate. But not all CBD products will be as effective or good for you personally. That's why we've called on some trusted CBD experts to write this beginner's guide to the CBD, including what to look for and what to buy. Kerrigan Behrens, co-founder of the CBD Sagely Naturals health care brand, is one of those experts.Oils, dyes, gummies – the options for CBD in the current landscape seem endless. So, if you feel overwhelmed, you are not alone. And although there is no single dose recommended or the moment are ways to maximize the effectiveness of CBD choosing carefully your delivery method. Understanding the different ingestion methods available and your personal needs can help you feel better about deciding what is right for your personal wellness journey."