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CBD and other medications: Proceed with caution

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January 11, 2021

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Gary End
January 22, 2021

CBD helps me with Anxiety and Depression

jerry hinton
January 20, 2021

I currently use both CBD as well as THC daily for chronic knee pain and sleep. From my personal experience as recovering addict. CBD has helped counteract negative side effects from THC Article was very useful to my for personal growth. Reason being is that consuming any supplement, food, street drug or over the counter medication at one time has produced bad side effects for me. I have a very fast metabolism so i think my body is sensitive to everything.

WILBUR J ROSS
January 18, 2021

Correction to previous question. Should have been CBD not CBP.

WILBUR J ROSS
January 18, 2021

What I have read questions the advisability of using CBP in combination with coumadin and levothyroxine which are already in use. Any experience or comments with this situation?

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