Hemp Infused Products
Hemp infused products are all the rage all over the country. From CBD-infused gummy treats for your dog to soaps with a touch of cannabinoids, you can find pretty much any product, for any purpose, in a variety of locations. Major chains and retailers carry some of these hemp products, while specialty stores and websites carry many more.
Many hemp extract products also fall into the hemp health product category, particularly with respect to CBD tinctures and oils. CBD is said to improve mood, increase relaxation, stabilize hunger, better your nutrition, and more.
A quick word of caution is in order, however. Many of the claims made by the makers of hemp-infused products, whether they’re hemp products for pets or for humans, have not been evaluated or approved by the Food and Drug Administration. That doesn’t mean they’re not true, but it does mean you should exercise restraint and caution when deciding on which claims to believe and which not to.
Hemp extract products fall into a variety of categories. The most common products, by far, are cannabidiol (CBD) extracts. These hemp products are often sold as health and wellness supplements, for everything from weight loss to anxiety reduction. As we said in the previous section, because the vast majority of these claims have not been evaluated by the FDA, you should take great care before relying on them.
That said, millions around the world swear by the power of hemp extract products for all kinds of reasons. And you can get them in a variety of forms.
Hemp health products come in all shapes, sizes, and forms. You can get them as creams and salves, as edible gummies, or as oils and tinctures. Makers of these products claim that they can be used for all sorts of things, from the improvement of mood to the stabilization of hunger and food cravings. While, at this time, there is only one FDA-approved medical use for CBD (and that is as an anti-seizure medication known as Epidiolex), many people around the world use CBD for a variety of medical ailments and symptoms.
(Note: As with all things health-related, you should always take advice from a qualified physician or healthcare professional before proceeding with any course of treatment.)