Is CBD lotion safe to use for arthritis symptoms?
The most common question people have when it comes to CBD lotions or cream for pain management or its anti-inflammatory properties is whether or not it is safe to use for arthritis symptoms.
Many or ALLAY consumers have concerns with additional potential and side effects (as they should be).
According to our own Chief Science Officer, Dr. Kellie Raydon and some top health experts and agencies, the answer is yes. It is safe to use. *See our video Dr. Kellie Raydon Chief Science officer.
For instance, Medscape shares that while cannabinoid medicine is still in its early stages, “unlike marijuana and THC, the risks associated with CBD are extremely low, with not a single case report of CBD overdose in the literature. The National Institute on Drug Abuse agrees and states that “CBD appears to be a safe drug with no addictive effects.” *See video below
In the future, it is likely that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will also begin to regulate CBD products, providing an additional safety net, as this agency indicates that “increasing public interest” in this substance increases the importance of establishing regulatory procedures.
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