New Discovery Reveals How Cannabis Can Alleviate Intestinal Inflammation

For decades, clinicians have been hearing consistent anecdotal reports from patients suffering inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that cannabis can directly alleviate many debilitating symptoms associated with the condition. A new study from scientists at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the University of Bath has uncovered the first biological mechanism that could potentially explain how cannabis reduces intestinal inflammation.

“There’s been a lot of anecdotal evidence about the benefits of medical marijuana, but there hasn’t been a lot of science to back it up,” explains Beth McCormick, director of the UMass Center for Microbiome Research.

A number of studies have found that many patients suffering from IBD successfully self-medicate with cannabis, the drug helping them manage a variety of symptoms from nausea to abdominal pain. The evidence to date has been frustratingly unclear over whether cannabis actively confers therapeutic anti-inflammatory effects, or whether the psychoactive cannabinoids are simply masking the symptoms.

Cannabinoids are the primary active compounds found in marijuana, and known to exhibit a variety of effects. These cannabinoids interact with special cannabinoid receptors in our body, but these receptors are also sensitive to endogenous compounds produced naturally inside all of us, called endocannabinoids. Until now, it has been unclear exactly how endocannabinoids can modulate inflammation in the gut

This new research reveals that endocannabinoids play a fundamental role in switching off the body’s natural inflammation response in the gut. Neutrophils are a type of immune cell that are known as the front line in the body’s defense against infection. These cells don’t usually congregate in the intestine in large volumes, and after an acute pathogen has been neutralized the body needs to move them out so uncontrollable inflammation does not occur.

It was revealed in the new study that a cannabinoid receptor on neutrophils helps attract endocannabinoids to promote the resolution of inflammatory activity in the intestine. Without endocannabinoids, inflammation can run unchecked and out of control. The researchers believe that these naturally produced endocannabinoids are similar to cannabinoid molecules found in marijuana, and it could be this action that explains the anecdotal effects of marijuana alleviating IBD symptoms.

“We need to be clear that while this is a plausible explanation for why marijuana users have reported cannabis relieves symptoms of IBD, we have thus far only evaluated this in mice and have not proven this experimentally in humans,” cautions Randy Mrsny, a researcher on the project from the University of Bath. “We hope, however, that these findings will help us develop new ways to treat bowel diseases in humans.”

While this study may help clinicians understand how marijuana can relieve the effects of IBD, the researchers are not primarily interested in developing cannabis-derived IBD treatments. Instead, further work will examine how to more directly exploit this newfound inflammatory pathway and find better ways to battle both IBD and potentially broader autoimmune diseases outside of the intestine.

The new research was published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

CBD Coffee

Like many of my fellow New York City residents, I’ve recently grown aware of the presence of CBD in my surroundings. In particular, CBD at coffee shops.

CBD’s slow creep onto respectable restaurant menus has been noted elsewhere, too. Out of pure interest, I looked up CBD coffee in New York City and found there are a growing number of joints (no pun intended) serving it. I feel torn by this.

Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of reasons to recommend CBD (short for cannabidiol) in general, and I can’t even imagine my life without coffee. Is this combination a realistic go-to for caffeine consumption, or, as High Times says, a weird wellness trend that should be nipped in the bud? I decided to find out, but quickly realized that– like many things involving cannabis and science– the answer depends on who you ask.

Before we go any further: Is CBD legal?
The good news: Though it comes from the cannabis plant, CBD is not psychoactive, so it doesn’t get you high in the way that its fellow weed compound THC does. Now for the bad news: Regardless of what some websites say, that doesn’t mean it’s always legal.

While there are producers who will tell you the difference between legal and illegal CBD comes down to whether your batch is derived from marijuana or hemp– both are plants in the cannabis family, but hemp contains very little THC compared to marijuana– the truth is that even hemp isn’t legal everywhere. In Massachusetts, for example, you’re allowed to grow marijuana at home, but it’s still a crime to grow hemp.

The law is pretty unclear when it comes to CBD’s state-by-state legality and people (mostly people of color, because a hard-to-interpret law is ripe for racist mishandling) are occasionally charged with possession for carrying CBD. Unless you live in a state where marijuana is cleared for recreational use and you’re over the age of 21, the answer to whether or not CBD is legal where you live will vary.

Effective in January 2017, the DEA (which typically refers to marijuana by the plant’s scientific species name, Cannabis sativa, or the Reefer Madness-era spelling “marihuana”) made a rule stating its marijuana scheduling includes “marihuana extract.” In the rule, the agency defined “marihuana extract” as an “extract containing one or more cannabinoids that has been derived from any plant of the genus Cannabis”– which would include CBD.

Assuming it’s legal to consume, what does CBD even do?
Most people who ingest CBD report feeling relaxed and a little sleepy, which seems pretty harmless since that’s how most people report feeling after ingesting Ken Burns’ Jazz.

In addition to its general chillness, CBD has been used to supplement medication in treatment for chronic illness. The compound has been shown in some studies to relieve pain, help aid sleep, mitigate anxiety, and may even help people quit addictive drugs.

For the sake of this article I should mention that coffee also has some serious benefits, like improving cognitive function and potentially preventing depression.

But one of the big differences between CBD and THC is, according to Jane West, cannabis activist, entrepreneur, and founder of the marijuana networking group Women Grow, that CBD is non-intoxicating. “Its potential benefits come with few or no adverse effects,” West tells MarieClaire.com. “So really, this is something that everyone, even those who are reluctant to consume cannabis, can try to incorporate beneficial cannabinoids into their lives without any sort of high or residual THC in their bloodstream.”

What’s the thinking behind putting CBD in coffee?
West maintains that there are plenty of reasons someone would explore this combo. And she should know: She manufactures her own brand of CBD coffee. “I ‘d bet that at this point, many adults have heard about CBD in the news or have come across ads for CBD products, but they might not know exactly what it is or how to try it,” she says. “Coffee, on the other hand, is a part of so many people’s everyday lives. So coffee is actually a perfect, natural way for people to explore the potential benefits of CBD.”

Theoretically, shouldn’t caffeine (usually an upper) and CBD (usually a downer) work against each other?
It depends on the dose and the person. Dr. Bonni Goldstein, M.D., the medical director of Canna-Centers, notes that it’s hard to figure out how exactly CBD will affect individuals. “It’s unclear at this point in time the exact interaction between CBD and caffeine,” she says. “At low doses, CBD is a stimulant and in higher doses it can cause sedation … Someone’s reaction to a combination of these compounds would not be easily predictable because various doses of each would affect the response,” Goldstein explains.

West agrees: “It’s just not as simple as one effect negating the other. The effects of cannabinoids are concentration-specific.”

It could potentially counteract itself and it may take some trial and error to figure out how it affects you personally.

How does CBD-infused coffee make you feel?
Though we’ve already established it’s hard to predict what it will do to you, specifically, the general logline for CBD coffee is that it takes away the anxiety that caffeine consumption can sometimes cause, making your coffee “up” a little bit smoother.

According to West, who says her team is “drawing on a wealth of anecdotal evidence,” CBD in your java can really take the edge off. “My colleagues, friends, and I have found that CBD-infused coffee largely does away with the anxiety and acid belly typically associated with coffee,” she says. We’ve also found that compared to the coffee we reach for regularly, testers experience a less jittery, elevated burst of energy after drinking CBD-infused coffee.”

If I like my coffee really hot, will that affect the CBD?

” Research shows that CBD content decreases when it is exposed to heat. It’s likely that the reduction in efficacy is due to the lower content. For instance, studies show that 71 degrees F can accelerate the degradation of CBD in a solution, resulting in less CBD. Potentially adding CBD to hot coffee may degrade it and reduce the amount of CBD available for absorption.”
That means if you’re drinking your coffee above a balmy 71 degrees, the information you have about dosing may be less reliable. The good news is your coffee will just act like coffee.

Ultimately, if it’s legal where you are and you want to see whether it would work for you, there’s likely little harm in checking it out. Who knows? Maybe it’ll be your miracle beverage of choice.

The law is pretty unclear when it comes to CBD’s state-by-state legality and people (mostly people of color, because a hard-to-interpret law is ripe for racist mishandling) are occasionally charged with possession for carrying CBD. One of the big differences between CBD and THC is, according to Jane West, cannabis activist, entrepreneur, and founder of the marijuana networking group Women Grow, that CBD is non-intoxicating. “I ‘d bet that at this point, many adults have heard about CBD in the news or have come across ads for CBD products, but they might not know exactly what it is or how to try it,” she says. Studies show that 71 degrees F can accelerate the degradation of CBD in a solution, resulting in less CBD. Potentially adding CBD to hot coffee may degrade it and reduce the amount of CBD available for absorption.”

 

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Medical Marijuana Patients Will Soon Be Able To Get CBD Oil in Virginia

Hampton roads residents who use CBD oil for medical purposes like controlling seizures will soon be able to get their medication in-state. The Virginia Board of Pharmacy is reviewing 51 applications for medical marijuana pharmaceutical processors, and plans to grant permits to five throughout the state this fall.

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Chemo And CBD Combo Can Be Magic Bullet For Pancreatic Cancer

Out of all types of cancers that exist, which type do you think is one of the hardest to beat? On a worldwide scale, pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer in regards to overall survival rates. According to the American Cancer Society, amongst the combination of all stages of pancreatic cancer, the survival rate for one-year is 20 percent, and the survival rate for five years is under seven percent. Although certain cancer treatments are commonly used such as chemotherapy and radiation, in a recent study, it has been found that the combination of chemotherapy and Cannabidiol (CBD) treatments have led to significant pancreatic cancer survival rates. Read on to learn more about this unique cancer treatment and the likelihood of it being used by humans in the future.

Research Findings on Cannabidiol (CBD) and Chemotherapy Cancer Treatments
In continuation of what was mentioned above, in a recent study, mice that were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer received CBD administration alongside chemotherapy treatments. As a result of this combination, it was discovered that the mice with CBD and chemotherapy treatments survived close to three times longer than the mice that were only treated with chemotherapy.

Related Story: Marijuana As Treatment For Prostate Cancer: Here’s What Doctors Know
In general, this study’s findings provide more valid reasoning for human testing. Although this study hasn’t been conducted on humans yet, the released results demonstrate the need to further investigate and study cannabis compounds, especially CBD.

Grim Pancreatic Cancer Survival Rates
Overall, pancreatic cancer is the twelfth most common cancer on a worldwide scale. Also, the highest occurrence of this type of cancer is in developed countries. Unfortunately, the overall survival rate for pancreatic cancer is quite grim. In particular, Marco Falasca, a lead researcher at Queen Mary University of London stated the following about the life expectancy of pancreatic cancer:

” The life expectancy for pancreatic cancer patients has barely changed in the last 40 years because there are very few, and mostly only palliative care treatments available. Given the five-year survival rate for people with pancreatic cancer is less than seven percent, the discovery of new treatments and therapeutic strategies is urgently needed.”

With this being said, due to the recent results derived from the mice study, there’s a strong need to further examine CBD and its potential in treating different types of cancer, especially pancreatic.

Cannabidiol’s Medicinal and Anti-cancer Properties
When it comes to CBD, thus far, it has been found that it’s an extremely medically beneficial cannabinoid, and it contains both anti-tumoral and neuroprotective properties, which can help those who have been diagnosed with cancer. However, CBD has also demonstrated its anti-nausea and antiemetic (anti-vomiting) properties. These properties have proven to be very effective for those undergoing chemotherapy and other cancer-related therapies. Additionally, Cannabidiol has been found to improve the side effects caused by chemotherapy, especially vomiting, nausea, and pain.

If human testing is conducted on the combined topic of pancreatic cancer, CBD, and chemotherapy treatments, this would build upon past animal research findings. Specifically, one study discovered CBD’s possible anti-cancer properties, and another study found CBD to be a potential anti-cancer drug.

Legality of CBD in the United States and the United Kingdom
Moreover, due to the cannabis legality differences between America and the United Kingdom, it’s likely that the conduction of human trials with a focus on CBD would progress faster in the UK than in the U.S. The reason for this is because currently, the cannabis plant remains a Schedule I illegal substance in the U.S., and CBD is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. Whereas, in the UK, CBD has been approved for usage and research purposes.

Related Story: How Marijuana Does More For Age-Related Osteoporosis Than Calcium
Therefore, researchers and scientists based in England can legally test this cannabinoid in human clinical trials, according to Dr. Falasca. Nonetheless, the U.S. is progressing slowly but surely, especially because the U.S. FDA recently approved of a CBD-based drug called Epidiolex for the treatment of epilepsy. This specific drug approval was a significant move since it’s the first U.S. FDA-approved drug that contains a cannabinoid derived from cannabis.

Overall, since pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer, it would be in the general public’s best interest to have access to a natural form of medicine for cancer treatments such as CBD rather than just chemotherapy and radiation. Due to the noteworthy results that were released from the mice study discussed above, it’s likely that Cannabidiol will be further studied and investigated moving forward, especially for cancer treatment purposes.

 

 

Source:  The French Toast

How to Add CBD Oil to Your Nighttime Routine

CBD oil has officially gone mainstream, with the beauty industry and the food industry promoting numerous CBD-infused products. CBD — or cannabidiol — is a compound found in marijuana, but it doesn’t contain THC  (the ingredient that gets you high). This makes CBD completely non-psychoactive.

However, it does have a number of other potential effects, including pain relief and anxiety reduction. As such, it’s a fantastic ingredient to take before bed. If you’re interested in incorporating CBD oil into your nighttime routine, here are the two best ways to do it.

FOR SLEEPLESSNESS

If you suffer from sleeplessness or insomnia, you’re going to want to take your CBD oil orally in a way that gets it into your system as quickly as possible. For this, Dr. Josh Kaplan, PhD, recommends placing a few drops of the oil underneath your tongue. This method will have a more immediate effect than, say, adding CBD oil into a drink.

“Once the CBD passes through the skin under your tongue to the blood, it rapidly makes its way to the brain and the rest of the body, where it can start having effects,” he told POPSUGAR. “These effects are therefore felt within minutes and can last for a few hours.”

FOR ACHES AND PAINS

If your concern isn’t insomnia but general aches and pains, your main goal is probably to reduce pain and get into a relaxed mood. For this, you might want to consider purchasing a lotion that contains CBD oil. There are numerous products on the market that contain CBD oil, ranging from budget-friendly to incredibly luxurious.

However, be on the lookout for products that contain “CBD isolate.” Cindy Capobianco, whose husband founded the company Lord Jones, which sells luxury CBD oil products, told the New York Times that these isolated compounds don’t seem to have the same effect as whole CBD oil. Similarly, while hemp oil may be a great ingredient for your moisturizer, it hasn’t been proven to have the same anxiety- and pain-relieving effects that CBD oil has.

You can also, of course, make your own moisturizer with CBD oil: Simply purchase a high-quality oil and mix it in with your favorite unscented moisturizer. Add a few drops of essential oil to the mix (lavender is best for bedtime) if you’d like to add a distinctive scent.

Whatever moisturizer you choose, rub it on any muscles or joints that require pain relief. CBD oil devotees swear that it goes great lengths toward removing pain and muscle fatigue.

“I do so much SoulCycle that I have one hip that hurts,” Jessica Richards, the founder of Shen Beauty in Brooklyn, told the Times. “I tried out the CBD lotion. It’s not a placebo. It really does work for pain management.”

 

Pet Owners Treating Sick Animals With CBD Oil

Cannabis oil is becoming so popular in some regions of the US that pet owners are using it to treat their sick furry friends.

Hemp Victory Garden CBD oil is a more holistic option than traditional means.

“I’m not saying you shouldn’t be using Western medicine – I’m just saying that a lot more people are starting to look more to a holistic option, because it comes with a whole lot less side-effects and a lot of times you’re getting the exact same results, if not better results.”

CBD oil doesn’t provide a high to human or pet users because it doesn’t contain THC, the active ingredient recreational users want.

“I have a cat who is terminally ill with some kind of cancer and I give it to him to help him sleep and be more comfortable, and eat more, and just live a happier life,” she told CBS.

Ms Curtis says she’s seen a noticeable difference in her cat’s wellbeing.

“We tried everything at the vet’s office from steroids to antibiotics, and certain types of things which make him lethargic or sick to his stomach. With this I don’t get any of those side-effects.”

CBD oil for pets comes in a range of forms from capsules to doggie treats.

Source: NewsHub

We Tried Vegan ‘Cannabis-Infused’ Frozen Yoghurt at a Cafe in London – YUMMY!

 

Yogland has started selling vegan hemp and matcha frozen yoghurt in its London location. The yoghurt contains 1 mg of hemp oil per 100 ml. Cannabidiol (CBD) in the hemp oil is claimed to have many health benefits, although conclusive evidence is yet to be found.

They sell a range of “healthy” frozen yoghurts, the yoghurts contain high protein and are often suitable for vegans or diabetics.

 

Source: CTPost

Congress is About to Legalize Cannabis. Just Not The kind That Gets You High.

Lawmakers are poised to fully legalize hemp after a decades-long campaign, setting the stage for the resurgence of a once-common crop that disappeared during the war on drugs.

The legalization provision, championed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and included in the Senate’s farm bill, would officially classify hemp as an agricultural commodity and remove it from the federal controlled substances list. Lawmakers are also expected to advance the measure when they meet next month to draft the final, bicameral version of the legislation.

Hemp landed on the list because it is, like marijuana, a form of the cannabis plant. But growers and farm-state politicians argue the two have been unfairly lumped together, depriving farmers of what could one day become a major commodity crop.

In Kentucky, in particular, hemp has been touted as a panacea for cratering tobacco sales and falling crop prices. Growers there have pinned their hopes for future profits on it. But as legalization looks ever more inevitable, the question now is whether industrial hemp can deliver on decades of hype and promises.

Advocates say the industry is poised for an explosion, particularly as new supply chains develop and researchers discover additional uses for cannabidiol oil, which can be derived from hemp. There are also concerns, however, that the industry may grow too quickly, forcing the price of hemp down to unsustainable levels before there’s adequate demand for it.

“There’s no question that industrial hemp is economically viable,” said Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), an architect of the legalization plan. “I get a call from a farmer every other day. More and more farmers want to grow it.”

The saga of American hemp is essentially one of mistaken identity, farmers say. The tall, weedy plant is botanically the same species as marijuana, but it contains only trace amounts of the psychoactive compound THC that causes a high in smokers.

Hemp has a wide range of other uses, however. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson both grew it, chiefly for use in cloth, ropes, sails and nets. The Agriculture Department also urged “patriotic farmers” to plant it during World War II for use in naval towlines, parachute webbing and other products.

But in the wake of World War II, when demand slackened, hemp began to fall out of vogue. In 1970, Congress passed the Controlled Substances Act, which effectively made it illegal to grow hemp and marijuana.

Today, the roughly $688 million of hemp goods sold in the United States each year — products such as teas, T-shirts, car parts and supplements — are made largely with materials imported from Canada, where industrial hemp has been legal to grow since 1998. The current Senate legislation seeks to give U.S. farmers a piece of that market by removing hemp from the controlled substances list and reclassifying it as an agricultural commodity. Farmers will still have to meet certain requirements to purchase and grow hemp seeds.

“The ideal scenario is one in which farmers can grow this like any other crop,” said Eric Steenstra, the president of the advocacy group Vote Hemp. Many lawmakers now understand, Steenstra added, that hemp has a long history in U.S. farming — and that hemp and marijuana are effectively different plants.

Congress has attempted to revive U.S. hemp before, though farmers and advocates say earlier efforts did not go far enough. The 2014 farm bill opened the door for some growers to plant the crop as part of experimental, state-run pilot programs. Under those pilots, farmers have already planted 25,000 acres of hemp in 19 states, from Kentucky to Oregon.

But growers say a true commercial industry remains impossible as long as hemp is classified as a controlled substance. That’s because farmers face stringent regulations when importing seeds, and many banks won’t loan to farms or processing facilities that work with hemp. The lack of capital has slowed the development of the supply chains and markets that will ultimately make hemp a viable crop.

“There are a lot of people who want to invest in hemp,” said Comer, the Kentucky Republican. “There would be more if it weren’t a controlled substance.”

Comer says legalization has broad bipartisan support in both chambers, and has earned the vocal endorsement of McConnell and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.). Even U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, an outspoken opponent of marijuana, told McConnell he would not “oppose” legalization, the Associated Press reported.

Many politicians — including McConnell — say they support hemp because farmers and farm groups have pushed for it. Advocates such as Steenstra have called hemp the next great commodity crop, suggesting it could one day blanket vast swaths of U.S. farmland. Farmers have clamored to grow it because of the potential to earn higher profits than they do on crops such as corn and soybeans, which are now plagued by low prices and trade disruption.

“I think over the last five years there’s been enough discussion about cannabis that people now understand there is a difference,” said Geoff Whaling, the chairman of the board of directors at the National Hemp Association, an industry group. “I see it in Congress. When I first started going, I did not get a great reception. But today if I go in to talk with the Senate Ag Committee, they want to know how quickly we can build a hemp industry to start helping local farmers.”

But it’s difficult to predict if hemp is really the next super-crop for farmers or consumers, said William Snell, an agricultural economist at the University of Kentucky who has studied the state’s pilot programs.

Supply chains and markets for the crop don’t readily exist in the United States yet, which could limit the amount of hemp that gets processed into products. And while farmers can earn large profits on hemp, Snell said, that’s largely at specialized operations growing hemp for cannabidiol oil, a process that’s expensive and labor-intensive. Profits on hemp grown for seeds and fiber have been far lower, according to a 2017 report by Cornell University, ranging from $211 to $733 per acre.

“At this point we feel like the economics of growing hemp for grain and fiber will be similar economics of corn and soybeans,” Snell said. “Some producers have been able to make several hundred dollars per acre. Others have lost money. It’s kind of all over the board to be honest.”

There’s a trickier issue at play here, as well. If legalization prompts too many farmers to start growing hemp, prices could drop suddenly and destabilize the market. In late February, USDA undersecretary Greg Ibach warned that full legalization risked “overburdening the market with supply before there is demand for it.”

And supply is already growing quickly: In Kentucky alone, farmers planted an estimated 7,000 acres of hemp last year, Snell said, more than twice what they planted the year before. The industry in Steenstra’s state, Virginia, is smaller — 87 acres in 2017 — but more farmers have expressed interest in planting it.

Steenstra said he isn’t worried the industry will grow too quickly. For hemp growers, he said, the priority is getting the crop legalized so the industry can grow, period.

That could happen in September, when lawmakers will meet to advance the farm bill.

“I think there may be more demand from farmers than there is market right off the bat,” Steenstra said. “But I think over time hemp is going to be another major commodity crop. … There’s real potential for it

Source: Washington Post

CBD Oil Market 2018-2022: Global Market Growth Rate, Opportunities, Regions & Developments

The latest CBD Oil Market report is an informative study covering the detailed analysis of the CBD Oil Marketwith respect to its Key manufacturerspromising regionsmarket trends, market challengessales & revenue generated during the 2018-2022 period. The report will assist the reader with better understanding & decision making as it provides all the necessary market data required for a successful business strategy.

This report throws light on CBD Oil Market promising regions especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. Market share & revenue generated by the key vendors in this regions is also provided in this report in the form of pictorial data (Tables & pie-charts).

About CBD Oil

CBD is one of the hundreds of cannabinoids found in the Cannabis sativa plant. CBD can be derived from two different species of cannabinoids: marijuana and hemp.

The analysts forecast the CBD Oil Market to grow at a CAGR of 31.08% during the period.

CBD Oil Market Segment by manufacturers:

  • CV Sciences
  • ENDOCA
  • Gaia Botanicals
  • Isodiol International
  • Medical Marijuana

CBD Oil Market Segment by Regions:

  • North America ( United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe ( Germany, France, UK, Russia & Italy)
  • Asia-Pacific ( China, Japan, Korea, India & South-East Asia)
  • South America ( Brazil, Argentina, Colombia)
  • Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, EQYPT, Nigeria & South Africa)

Market driver

  • Health-promoting benefits of CBD oil
  • For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market challenge

  • Distribution challenges
  • For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market trend

  • Exponential online retail growth
  • For a full, detailed list, view our report

Key CBD Oil Market Data covered in this report:

  • CBD Oil Market executive summary, scope, research methodology & market landscape.
  • Factors affecting the CBD Oil Market Growthsalesrevenue technological
  • CBD Oil Market Region wise analysis of major manufacturers supplemented with country wise analysis.
  • Forecast of the market segments & sub-segments w.r.t to three key region of APAC,EMEA & Americas
  • Accurate future market sizeshare during the period 2018-2022
  • Challenges & restraints faced by the new entrants of CBD Oil Market along with the threat of substitutes & threats of rivalry
  • Study of competitive developments such as joint ventures, strategic alliance, mergers, acquisitions & new product developments

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