Crucial shifts are happening in the world of CBD. Celebrities, athletes, and the World Anti-Doping Agency, have been carrying the torch for the CBD movement for some time.
But the latest voice to share its benefits and give a balanced viewpoint is Oprah.com—and when the place for “everything in Oprah's world” talks, we listen!
“One thing is certain: The new wave of CBD products are being presented to consumers as a healthy and legit way to alleviate everyday aches, pains and stress.” - Oprah.com
And while getting a personal shoutout was exciting, even more exciting is that this is a clear nod to the fact that CBD is going mainstream and is here to stay. But what does going “mainstream” actually mean for the wider future of CBD?
Getting people back to doing what they love most is our core mission here at Sagely Naturals. But often the myths about CBD get in the way of it getting into the hands of the people who need it most. So the more people who hear about CBD from the mainstream, the more they will feel empowered to do their own research, make an informed conclusion, and experience its profound wellness applications.
We already know that CBD is safe, effective, plant-based medicine with a wide range of applications from joint pain to headaches. But with greater awareness and curiosity from the mainstream comes increased research that could advance past the preliminary stage. Moving from small and short-term human studies to wide-scale tests will help us determine vast potential for CBD’s health benefits.
Currently, the CBD marketplace is still in its infancy and largely unregulated. What this means is that as the market expands so too does the variance in quality of products sold.
As popularity and acceptance increases, our hope is that the CBD industry will see increased regulation to support quality products so that inferior products are no longer sold and people can buy CBD with greater confidence.
Slowly but surely the natural healing power of CBD is outweighing the controversy, stigma, and misinformation.Whether you want to de-stress, relieve anxiety, or reduce pain and inflammation, CBD is a natural wonder.
And although it’s not yet sold in mass retailers across the country, sales of CBD are growing at an exponential rate. As people who are looking for natural pain relief alternatives are more informed and educated, it’s only a matter of time before you’re able to go to a Target or a Walgreens to add it to your daily wellness lineup.
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