(UPDATE: Thankfully, January 13th came and went and CBD isn’t a Schedule 1 Drug- but we aren’t just going to sit down. Please read the article and sign the petition. Thank you.)
We here at Health Nut News are huge supporters of the magical marijuana plant. While we aren’t surprised the DEA is trying to make CBD oil (Cannabidiol) an illegal, Schedule 1 drug- even if it is derived from hemp- we aren’t going to watch it happen sitting down.
We cannot trust the mainstream media to bring this to people’s attention either- this is a call to action!
On January 13th, 2017 the millions of sick people and children who rely on CBD oil for everyday living, will have to continue to be healthy as felons and risk arrest and incarceration. Here’s a summary of the government’s goal:
There are many therapeutic benefits of CBD Oil with preclinical studies suggesting it may be helpful for the treatment of chronic pain, anxiety, nausea, rheumatoid arthritis, schizophrenia, diabetes, PTSD, alcoholism, strokes and cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other ailments.
Please sign the petition. And pass this along to your friends as well.
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