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The World Health Organization (WHO) in November 2017 had a discussion at the Expert Committee on Drug Dependence in Geneva regarding the natural cannabis compound cannabidiol, or CBD.
CBD has been uncontrollably expanding in acclaim during the last few years due to the ostensibly unending array of curative benefits that it has on the human body; among other things, it has been scientifically noted to treat epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, Parkinson’s disease, psychosis, and a number of other serious medical conditions and ailments. And the best part is that it produces no high at all – it is totally non-intoxicating.
The WHO understands that CBD is functionally isolated from the high-producing THC compound and just because they both come from cannabis plants, does NOT mean that they both cause the famous marijuana high (because CBD absolutely does not) and the WHO are trying to get governments around the world to understand it too so that they can fulfill their mission of building a better, healthier future for all the world’s people.
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At the Expert Committee on Drug Dependence in Geneva convention, the WHO claimed once and for all that the 100% natural plant compound CBD is “safe, well tolerated, and not related to any significant adverse public health effects.” For all of the doubters and skeptics out there, you cannot get a more definitive statement than that.
The WHO went on to say that CBD is “not associated with abuse potential, it does not induce physical dependence, [and it] is generally well tolerated with a favorable safety depiction.” This is extraordinary considering that the U.S. Federal government powers still keeps CBD under the same scheduled drug class (Schedule I) as heroin, LSD, MDMA, and ecstasy – all drugs that are known to have a “high potential for abuse”.
Hopefully in the not too distant future, we will look at this absurdity and ask ourselves what the hell we were thinking. It is one matter that the plant marijuana is still federally illegal (given its ability to produce intoxicating highs), but hemp CBD should be about as illegal as apples or oranges.
In extension to the mammoth statements that it made on CBD’s safety profile, WHO also recognized in their international disclosure the many beneficial uses that the compound has: “[CBD has] been demonstrated as an effective treatment for epilepsy … [and there exists] preliminary evidence that CBD may be a useful treatment for a number of other medical conditions…”
How any international government could go on to classify CBD as an outlawed material after these unambiguous statements is beyond comprehension. Hopefully this show by the WHO will be a wake-up call for the world’s leading health-related policy makers, and we can all look back on this time shake our heads in apathy.