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A lot of people are using natural remedies to improve their health. But it can be difficult to separate fact from fiction, especially on the internet.
The truth is, especially with emerging therapies like hemp, research is in its infancy and more clinical trials are needed before we understand the scope of CBD’s benefits and side effects.
These resources aim to close the gap between anecdotal evidence and scientific research, and highlight any potential therapeutic benefits that herbs, extracts, and supplements may offer for various ailments.
The natural health space is evolving. Consumer demand is outpacing the science on the true benefits and risks of many natural remedies. That’s why Remedy Review exists. We’re here to keep you in the loop. Our goal is to deliver regular news and resources so you can make informed decisions on issues that affect your health.
The CBD industry is unregulated, and some brands are making unsubstantiated claims about their products. Find out which CBD companies received a warning letter from the FDA for making health claims about their CBD.
The hemp industry is growing rapidly, but consumer knowledge is still lacking. Learn the truth behind many myths you may have been told about CBD and hemp.
The 2018 Farm Bill opened new doors for hemp, and in 2019, more restrictions on the sale and production of CBD have been loosened to help foster the growth of the industry.
Lab testing matters when shopping for CBD products. Discover the most important things to look for before you buy.
Can CBD help with aggressive behaviors? A recent study may give us some insight, as CBD given at the right doses reduced the aggressive response in mice.
Even U.K. royalty is hopping on the CBD bandwagon. Learn more about the Duchess' interaction with a local CBD producer at a London farmers' market.
The trendiness of CBD has struck again, and this time it's making its way into several American Eagle retail stores across the U.S.
We tested CBD products at a certified lab and found the majority of products contained less CBD than labeled. Results are a reminder that the industry needs clearer standards.