Numerous Factors Combine to Propel the CBD and Cannabis Market Forward

NEW YORK, May 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Centuries ago, cannabis was widely used in ancient Indian, Chinese, Egyptian, and Islamic cultures for medicinal purposes. However, the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs deemed cannabis as an illegal drug back in 1961. Originally, the treaty intended to cover drugs such as opium, coca, and others such as morphine, heroin, and cocaine. Unfortunately, cannabis was classified under the group of narcotics because of its psychoactive effects. However, the convention does recognize the medical use and research of certain drugs. Typically, drugs such as opioids are heavily prevalent within medical institutions as they are primarily used to treat moderate to severe chronic pain. However, extensive research has suggested that cannabis can be an effective alternative to opioids. Moreover, researchers have also linked cannabis to effectively treating a variety of medical conditions such as cancer, depression, arthritis, MS, AIDS, Alzheimer’s, and Tourette’s. Due to

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