WHO's first report on CBD
We are pleased to present to you the first WHO report which took place in Switzerland last November.
We will then present to you the second report made in Austria at the beginning of December, and which confirms the first.
After reading the first Report of the Expert Committee on Drug Dependence, which took place in Geneva, from November 6 to 10, 2017, we obtained more information on biological diversity.
This World Health Organization (WHO) report showed NO negative health results of CBD, but rather several medical applications for cannabidiol, CBD (for short), despite the US federal policy on this chemical. cannabinoid.
According to a preliminary WHO report released last month, naturally occurring CBD is "safe" and "well tolerated" in humans (and animals), and is not associated with any negative health effects. .
Experts further stated that CBD, a non-psychoactive chemical found in cannabis, does not induce physical dependence and is "not associated with the potential for abuse."
The WHO also wrote that, unlike THC, people are also not adversely affected by CBD.
“To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or of public health issues associated with the use of pure CBD,” they wrote.
In fact, the evidence shows that CBD attenuates the effects of THC (antipsychotic and anti addictive effect), according to this report and many more.