In the midst of the opioid crisis, the rise in stimulant abuse among people of all ages is quietly becoming of greater concern to the populace at-large. Prescription pills such as Adderall and Vyvanse are the preferred drug of choice for late-night study sessions, supermoms trying to do it all, and business people looking to burn the midnight oil. But the effect of the medications on the human body can be devastating, as they increase the heart rate and raise blood pressure, leading to a whole host of medical problems.
Contemporary views on opioid addiction are often muddled, understandably, in a haze of emotion and misinformation. Even as researchers adapt their understanding of addiction to a disease-based model, medically assisted treatments are still far from the norm. While not approved by the FDA officially for use in treating any ailments, new research has come to light that has many people asking, can CBD help with Substance Abuse Disorders?
There are numerous ways to get your CBD. CBD edibles are one of the more popular ways. Edibles are convenient, they travel well, they’re pocket-sized, they contain an exact, premeasured dosage of CBD, and some are just downright tasty and fun to eat.
There is a wide range of edibles to choose from including candy, baked goods, beverages, and much more.