Author: SeniorsforCBDBlogger

Christian Book Distributors Changes Name to Avoid Confusion with CBD

Ray Hendrickson owns an incredibly popular website, but these days, a significant number of visitors are finding themselves disappointed at the landing page. That’s because Hendrickson’s website, www.CBD.com, has nothing to do with hemp or marijuana-derived cannabidiol, and is instead a decades-old marketplace for Christian literature. Yes, as far as the internet is concerned, Hendrickson’s compan...[Read More]

If You’re Curious About CBD, Give This Comprehensive Guide a Read Before You Try It

CBD oil is unquestionably the most buzz-worthy ingredient right now. It’s so popular, in fact, that revenue from products made with CBD—the naturally-occurring compound present in the flowers and leaves of cannabis plants (there’s no THC, which means it can’t get you high)—are projected to grow to $20 billion by 2024. Why? CBD is compelling to consumers largely because it comes with a ...[Read More]

What Is The Best Time Of Day To Take CBD?

Cannabidiol has become a part of the daily lives of many users, taken as part of their routine just like any supplement or medicine. Once or twice a day, they fill a dropper, take a few gummies or swallow a capsule to help manage a chronic condition, like pain, anxiety, or anxiety. As it turns out, when CBD is taken may make a difference in how it affects users; finding the right time of day could...[Read More]

California Is Poised To Pass A Landmark Hemp CBD Law

California is on the brink of legalizing hemp-derived cannabidiol (“Hemp CBD”) in many products—well, sort of. The law at issue is Assembly Bill 228 (“AB-228”), and I’ve been writing about it since it was introduced in January 2019 (for my posts on it, see here, here, and here). As of today, it’s made its way through the California Assembly and most of the way through the California Senate with ve...[Read More]

What Was Said at Yesterday’s Congressional Hearing on Federal Marijuana Law Reform

The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security held a hearing today on the impact of marijuana laws in America. Despite the wave of cannabis progress, and products, sweeping the country coast to coast, marijuana arrests rose in America last year for the second year in a row. Are we generally down from the most horrifying arrest numbers seen when prohibition was at full...[Read More]

90% of Adults Using Cannabis & CBD for Pain Reduced or Stopped Opioid Use

One of the most classic anti-cannabis myths ever is that marijuana is a “gateway drug.” According to this idea, weed causes people to move into dangerous drug abuse. But, as more and more research is showing, that myth is simply not true. In fact, the exact opposite may be more accurate. It appears that cannabis can actually help people stop using harmful drugs. Specifically, opioids. Thanks to a ...[Read More]

New York Health Inspectors are Looking for CBD Products at Eateries

The CBD craze continues going strong. And in New York City, as well as other cities across the country, CBD products are starting to show up in restaurants, bars, cafes, coffee shops, and pretty much anywhere that sells food. Yet despite the ubiquity of CBD and CBD-infused foods and drinks, many law enforcement and public health agencies remain deeply confused and uncertain about the legal status ...[Read More]

6 Senior Approved Blogs To Be Following

While young adults are the primary users of social media, seniors are using it more than you may think. In fact, 64% of Americans over the age of 50 and 37% of Americans over the age of 65 use social media regularly. Beyond increasing communication, seniors are using social media to explore different aspects of aging – especially through blogs. From financial planning to parenting adult children, ...[Read More]

Microdosing Is Key To Learning How Much CBD You Should You Be Taking

If you suffer insomnia, feel anxious, have chronic pain or have been diagnosed with any of a host of other ailments, you may have heard that “CBD is good for that.” You did some research and bought a CBD product, but how do you know exactly what dose you should use? Cannabidiol (CBD) is an extract from hemp flowers that is taking the health and beauty world by storm. Preliminary research suggests ...[Read More]

3 Diets Proven To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Note to Reader: SeniorsforCBD always recommends readers to consult with their family doctor before making any lifestyle changes  Original Article from 60 is the new 50   Research shows that three similar diets are proven to protect older folks from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. They are the MIND (Mediterranean Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay) diet, the original DAS...[Read More]

CBD for Anger Management: Everything You Need To Know

During the time of heavy stress or severe pain, anger comes out as the first reaction from every person. Though, when the situation of anger goes out of control or it is continuously repetitive in nature, then it could adversely impact on the mental condition and create a feeling of avoidance from the other relationships. Harvard Medical School conducted a study on a similar aspect which resulted ...[Read More]

Players Are Using and Endorsing CBD, but PGA Tour is Wary

It’s one of the most popular trends on tour. And, some would argue, one of its riskiest. In 2018, the World AntiDoping Agency removed CBD from its Prohibited List, allowing its use by PGA Tour players and Olympic athletes. (The tour, as a participant in the Games, takes its direction on drug enforcement from WADA and the United States Anti-Doping Agency.) Maggie Durand of WADA says a drug is...[Read More]