THE AARP REPORTS THAT CBD IS A POPULAR TREATMENT FOR PAIN & ARTHRITIS AMONG BOOMERS

The AARP reports that CBD has become more popular as treatment for boomers struggling with pain and arthritis.  

The article goes on to report that Mikhail Kogan, M.D., medical director of the George Washington University Center for Integrative Medicine, has prescribed CBD for his patients since the compound was legalized for medical use in the District of Columbia in 2011. Kogan says cannabinoids are "safer than Tylenol or caffeine by tenfold. If you compare them to opiates, they're about 10,000 times safer." He recommends placing a few drops of the oil under the tongue.

It continues with reports about clinical trials both in the U.S. and around the world proving that that CBD works. The compound has been proven to dramatically reduce seizures in children with rare forms of epilepsy, and in 2017, GW Pharmaceuticals submitted Epidiolex, a pure CBD plant extract, to the FDA for approval as an epilepsy drug. It received a recommendation for approval from an administration advisory panel in April 2018.

Read in our testimonials, reports from ABLE CBD consumers using CBD Cooling Cream and CBD oil to help address pain and arthritis.

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