Superfood Brand Identity Launches New Food Item, A CBD-Infused Bone Broth

A new line of bone broth is launching at Wegmans stores. The brew includes CBD, a compound of the hemp plant which is legal in the United States without medical prescription.

Wegmans has released a new line of bone broth with CBD, a compound of the hemp plant that is legal in the United States without medical prescription for people over 18 years old. This mixture has had rave reviews since it was introduced to help ease pain.

CBD Is in Everything These Days—But Does It Work?

CBD is one of the most prominent and widespread cannabinoids in nature. It has been found in hemp, cocoa, lemongrass, vanilla and many other types of plants and foods. Recently science has started to produce evidence that suggests it may be effective at combatting both depression and anxiety in humans. However, much more clinical testing is needed before CBD can be officially recommended as a treatment for these conditions.

CBD May Reduce Anxiety and Paranoia Induced by THC

THC is a psychoactive compound in marijuana that the body produces when it decays THC-A. Cannabidiol, or more commonly known as CBD, has been found to have a wide range of medical benefits. One study showed that CBD can calm anxiety and paranoia induced by THC. These findings could lead to the development of new treatments for cannabis addiction and mental illnesses involving psychosis.

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Naturalistic study mimics real-life situations better

than a reception-based study. The naturalistic setting also avoids external influences, such as blinding factors and various types of placebo effect that tend to complicate the outcome of clinical trials with patients who have been diagnosed for mental illness.

In this research on cannabis use among individuals at psychiatric hospitals nationwide were interviewed people over 18 years old from April 2011 to May 2012 regarding their histories of using marijuana both during or before being admitted into psychiatric hospitalization in Korea.