The phytocannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD) was discovered in 1940 as one of the 113 identified cannabinoids in cannabis plants and accounted for 40% of the plant’s extract. Clinical research in 2019 proved that CBD could be used to treat pain, anxiety, cognition, inflammation, and various diseases. 

The body can take CBD in many ways. Cannabis can be inhaled through smoke and vapor, as a medicine that can be consumed orally, or even as a spray for many parts of the body. CBD can be supplied to the body through CBD oil, CBD plant, or a liquid prescription solution. This shows the versatility of the plant. 

CBD is currently a Schedule I controlled substance in the United States, which means that it is still illegal for doctors and pharmacists to prescribe CBD as a food supplement or direct medical use. People who want their conditions to be treated by CBD should always have a doctor’s permission to do so, and with strict restrictions. 


Today, the World Anti-Doping Agency removed the ban of CBD on its list of banned substances. This means that athletes can use CBD after every excruciating game. Other cannabinoids, such as marijuana and hash, are banned from the list. This is because these substances provide a psychoactive effect, unlike CBD. 

These are some facts about CBD oil. The sad thing is many people still have a misconception concerning the usage of this alternative. Here is a Love CBD infographic that debunks all these false accusations.

Myths About CBD Oil


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