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  1. This is really a great article as it points out the importance of drug interactions with CBD. I do think it is a good idea to consult you doctor when starting any kind of additional supplements to find out how they may react. What do you do if the doctor does not approve CBD.

    • Hello Dena,
      Unfortunately most doctors are conservative–not in terms of politics but in terms of staying away from treatments or procedures that the government is resistant to endorse. Thus, it’s not surprising that someone may find that their doctor doesn’t approve CBD. One, if they need it for serious illness like epilepsy may need to find a doctor that at least has some education in how CBD can control the effects of epilepsy. It’s going to be an uphill battle for awhile to convince the medical field to accept the benefits of CBD. Thanks for checking in.

      “We make progress by becoming more human”

      Thabo

  2. Thanks for writing this post and sharing valuable information. I had not thought of it before – CBD and Drug Interactions. And you have provided very detailed information to help me understand this better.

    Of course, there will be drug interactions. This is chemistry. But I am so glad to know that the drug interactions have good results.

    Once again, thank you! 🙂

    • Hello Tim,
      I am glad you enjoyed my post about CBD and Drug Interactions. I did point out the negatives when it comes to CBD and it’s metallization in the liver when combined with certain medications. On the very positive side, though, is that CBD can often make medications more effective. This means one can take lower dosages of those medications and experience less side effects. So, for example, chemotherapy, along with the stress, often leaves people with terrible side effects. Studies have shown that CBD can greatly reduce the side effects of chemo. Thanks for checking in.

      “We make progress by becoming more human”

      Thabo

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