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Following an investigation into the THC content of CBD products being sold by the Staple & Spice Market, local law enforcement has seized a number of products from the downtown Rapid City business, according to the Rapid City Police Department.
The removal of the products comes just weeks after Pennington County State’s Attorney Mark Vargo said he would not prosecute those who purchased or sold hemp-derived CBD oil products. Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, however, has said that all CBD oil products are illegal in South Dakota.
“We recognize confusion exists regarding CBD products,” Rapid City Police Chief Karl Jegeris said in the press release. “However, we have the responsibility to take enforcement action regarding illegal drug distribution in our community, including products that contain THC.”
No arrests have been made in connection with the case, which will be forwarded to the Pennington County States Attorney’s Office for review, according to the news release.
After years of addiction and abuse, there’s a lot on the line for Ozzy Osbourne.
The singer has suffered multiple injuries and sicknesses over the past year, from the flu to pneumonia to a terrible fall at home that dislodged several metal rods within his body. Now as Ozzy works to recover, some have expressed worry about the possibility of a pain killer addiction as he tries to overcome his injuries.
According to Sharon Osbourne, The Prince Of Darkness has managed to side-step that by introducing CBD Oil into his life. During an interview with Loose Women, Sharon says that Ozzy is in terrible pain but he has found the cannabis extract to be helping him through it. “He’s off all of that. He had to have it after he was operated on the last time. But now for pain, he has that CBD, whatever that stuff is” she says of Ozzy’s new treatment. “He’s dealing with it that way.”
The natural pain reliever has become increasingly popular for a variety of reasons, with some experts saying to could help combat the opioid epidemic. For Ozzy, it’s a new approach to get past the injuries that have forced him to cancel several dates this year.
Sharon explains that Ozzy is still in a lot of pain, but a lot of it comes from being forced to the sidelines. “Terrible pain, and his pain is he’s not good at being at home” she adds. “He wants to be back on the road, back on his tour, back with his band, and he’s pining. Really the challenge is not his injuries, it’s his state of mind to keep him positive and working.”
Earlier this year, Ozzy’s guitarist Zakk Wylde explained to RADIO.COM that Osbourne remains in good spirits, and that they already have plans set to start things back up in 2020. “I guess with mom over there, with Mrs. O, she’s already scheduled dates already for 2020” said Zakk. “We glue him back together and then he wants to get back out again. That’s the game plan right now.”
Ozzy Osbourne turned 70 in December.
Lena Bartula, 71, was en route to visit her granddaughter in Oregon when she was arrested at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport after police officers found CBD oil in her travel bag. Bartula told NBC that she was then driven to the airport jail, where she “slept on the floor, my head next to the toilet.”
The next day, her arms and legs were shackled and she was moved to Tarrant County Jail in Fort Worth for another night before being slapped with a felony drug charge. Hemp-made CBD was legalized in December with the federal farm bill, but customs officials argue that the law is still in the process of being implemented, so for now, products with THC are still illegal at ports of entry.
Bartula, however, was totally unaware of this restriction. Originally from Fort Worth, Bartula now lives in Mexico and works as an artist, running a popular art gallery. She uses CBD oil because it gives her relief from her aches and pains.
Luckily, her case was dropped after a grand jury hearing, but this is probably the last time she’ll be traveling with CBD oil.
“I have the CBD oil. This is what we use in treatment,” said Amanda. CBD is a compound found in marijuana that doesn't contain THC the ingredient …
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) Local businesses that sell CBD products say they are having issues getting financial institutions to work with them.
One of those businesses is Beyond Full Spectrum.
Beyond Full Spectrum recently opened their second location in Whitefish Bay. Their first is in Waukesha. That location opened in December.
“We went to a credit union, Summit Credit Union, which was highly recommended by all the credit unions,” said owner Aleksander Gerasyuta, “We applied for the account, the account got approved, and I wanted to make sure that the account could stay active because everything, all the financials we rerunning through that account. We were given basically a promise that the account would stay active no matter what.”
But earlier this month, Gerasyuta said they received a phone call, and a few weeks later a letter, saying in part that their account was opened in error and that Summit Credit Union “does not offer accounts to anyone whose primary business involves marijuana, industrialized hemp, CBD oil, etc.”
“The first thought was, this must be joke, and unfortunately it was not,” Gerasyuta said.
In a statement, Summit Credit Union CEO and President Kim Sponem said:
Summit Credit Union has always championed the small businesses and entrepreneurs throughout the communities we serve. While the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill legalized the industrial sale of hemp, individual states need to develop some type of certification that will be recognized by our regulators as meeting our regulatory criteria for compliance. To do so without that, financial institutions are under significant risk of being out of compliance with state and federal financial institution laws.As a financial cooperative, we must guarantee we’re in compliance with financial institution regulations and state/federal laws to ensure we’re in the best interest of our collective membership. Unfortunately, it is our understanding that we cannot legally consider serving businesses that produce and/or primarily sell hemp or CBD products until the oversight program is in place. Summit Credit Union, in collaboration with the Credit Union League of Wisconsin, looks forward to working with lawmakers to create a pathway to serve this market in the future.
CBS 58 spoke to half a dozen other CBD business in the Milwaukee area who say they have also experienced some kind of banking issue due to what they are selling.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is associated with a huge range of medical properties according to preliminary research. It can be consumed in many ways, but if you suffer from a burn injury, it is best to use a CBD topical to first cool, and then heal, the skin, which happens to be the body’s largest organ.
According to data from the World Health Organization, around 410,000 burn injuries occur in the United States, although the American Burn Association believe the figure is over one million. In any case, the CDC tells us that there are three main categories of burns:
- First-Degree: This is the least severe burn which affects the top layer of skin. Your skin will be red, painful to the touch, and possibly show mild swelling. Typical treatments include the application of a wet compress and covering the wound with a clean cloth.
- Second-Degree: This type of burn affects the two top layers of skin. Symptoms include blisters, severe pain, and the possible loss of skin. Treatment involves immersion in cold water, elevation of the affected area, and making sure you don’t break any blisters.
- Third-Degree: This is the most severe type of burn injury as it penetrates the thickness of your skin and destroys tissue. Immediate medical attention is required because third-degree burns can be fatal.
Is CBD an Effective Burn Treatment?
To answer this question, we must first look at the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS). Cannabinoids such as THC and CBD interact with the ECS, which is believed to exist within the skin and is involved in growth, proliferation, hormone production, and apoptosis. Cannabinoids have shown anti-inflammatory properties in tests, which means they could be used for healing and pain management in theory.
A 2010 study by Zhao et al., performed at China Medical University, looked at the cannabinoid receptors at the wound sites of mice. The researchers used small incisions to wound the mice. They found that CB1 receptors were found in the location of the injuries on fibroblastic and mononuclear cells. Moreover, CB1 positive cells were found at the wound site 6 hours after the injury occurred, and they were still there after 14 days.
As a result, the research team concluded that the CB1 receptor is activated when a wound heals, which means it is involved in inflammation. If CB1 receptors are really found at the site of wounds, it means they could act as binding sites for cannabinoids such as THC which may result in anti-inflammatory, painkilling, and antibiotic effects.
While THC is still illegal in 17 states, CBD is legal in most jurisdictions, albeit not federally. The passing of the Farm Bill of 2018 made industrial hemp growing legal. Therefore, farmers can safely grow CBD-rich hemp plants, which means you can expect even more CBD products to be found in major stores.
The above information looked at how THC can help burns, but what about CBD? It seems as if cannabidiol decreases blood levels and weakens cortisol secretion. In layman’s terms, this means a reduction in inflammation and an increase in pain relief. As a result, CBD has become associated with the treatment of first- and second-degree burns.
CBD & Burn Relief – The Science
It is important to remember that research into CBD’s effects is still in the very early stages. Even so, the findings to date have been very promising. We can go back over 40 years to find evidence of CBD acting as an anti-bacterial. This was the conclusion drawn by Ten Ham and Klingeren in their 1976 study.
If you have a burn, CBD could sterilize the wound, promote skin cell growth, and possibly reduce the level of pain you feel. Its antibacterial properties mean CBD is an ideal way to prevent bacteria and other pathogens from entering your body via broken skin. Ideally, you will apply the CBD to the affected area as soon as the injury occurs.
Inflammation is another area of concern when you burn your skin. Remember, the body is designed to fight off the pathogens, and when you suffer any injury, an army of immune cells are sent to the site of the burn to fight off the enemy. However, excessive inflammation results in pain and also slows down the healing process.
CBD potentially reduces the inflammation via your body’s CB2 receptors, and could also reduce the pain you feel. A study by Nagarkatti et al., published in Future Med Chem in 2010, found that CBD works as an anti-inflammatory. Another study, this time by the University of Aberdeen in 2009, discovered that CBD increases chemicals in the body that protect the cells from trauma.
What all of this means is that initial studies show the potential for CBD to treat burns.
Best CBD Products to Treat Burns
Although CBD is occasionally used to treat second-degree burns, it is unwise to use the cannabinoid for anything other than minor first-degree burns. It is imperative that you seek medical advice for any painful or severe burn or else you risk infection, or worse.
There are several forms of CBD consumption, but when it comes to treating burns, cream or balm is the only way to go. You need to apply it to the affected area as soon as possible after suffering the burn. If the existing scientific research is correct, the CBD will help ease the pain and prevent a possible infection.
Here are three CBD topical brands to consider:
1 – CBD FX
This brand has numerous customers who are delighted at the way the cream and balm work to treat skin problems. CBD FX’s topicals contain full-spectrum CBD, which means you also get the benefit of vitamins, amino acids, terpenes, and fatty acids.
You can get 100mg of CBD Cream for $29.99, 150mg for $39.99, or 150mg of the CBD Calming Balm for $39.99. There is also a Topicals Bundle for $59.99 which contains 150mg of the balm and 150mg of the cream.
2 – CBD MD
Once again, this brand uses broad-spectrum extraction to derive the terpenes and cannabinoids that go into its products. CBD MD has a wide range of topicals including CBD Freeze, an Inflammation formula called Recover, and a Moisturizing Lotion range called Revive.
The price point for all three topicals is the same. 300mg costs $29.99, 750mg costs $59.99, and 1,500mg costs $99.99. By the standards of CBD topicals, CBD MD offers exceptional value for money.
3 – Fab CBD
If you use Fab CBD’s topicals, please note that the Muscle & Joint Pain topical can contain up to 0.3% THC. Ingredients of these products include cocoa butter, aloe vera, and coconut oil. The blood orange scent is extremely pleasant, and all Fab CBD products are derived from organic hemp.
At present, Fab CBD is only selling one type of topical. Its Muscle & Joint topical costs $64, and you get 600mg of CBD in total.
Final Thoughts on CBD as a Burn Treatment
If you experience a mild burn that affects the top layer of skin, consider using CBD immediately to relieve the pain, reduce swelling, tackle inflammation, and perhaps speed up the recovery process. Initial research suggests that the anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of CBD could prove useful when treating burns. Nonetheless, make sure you seek immediate medical attention for anything more severe than a minor burn.
Cooking with CBD is a great way to add the ingredient to your morning, afternoon or evening — depending on what works best for you. In the morning, I love to add it to my lattes. For afternoon I steer towards treats like raw brownie or pistachio tahini bites, and in the evenings, I’ll have it in something savoury like a bowl topped with CBD chimichurri or in a drink of some kind, either a cocktail or a herbal tea.
Does it really work?
CBD can be subtle. With something like pain reduction, I think it has a cumulative effect, but you really notice it, whereas for something like anxiety, the effects can be a bit gentler. I think it can be as simple as realising you just feel generally better or are aware of an absence of symptoms, like the feeling of a knot in your stomach.
What does it taste like?
It tastes like marijuana smells. For those unfamiliar, it’s a strong herbal scent and flavour, which isn’t appealing to a lot of people. That’s why I try to find ways to blend it into recipes so you can enjoy the benefits without noticing the strong taste. That being said, I’ve found some brands to be more floral and naturally pleasant tasting than others. Some oils have flavours added — like mint chocolate — for the same reason.
Does CBD-infused food taste the way it smells?
If you do it right, no. The smell and flavour can be quite strong but keeping the dose on the small side (one dropper-full can go a long way) and finding complementary or bolder flavours to accompany it really help. I love it blended with other herbs (mint, basil, and parsley are favourites) and chocolate.
So, CBD comes from the same plant as weed—does it get you stoned?
No, it definitely doesn’t. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main chemical compound that gets you high or stoned. CBD will contain some trace amounts of THC, which actually help the CBD work more effectively in the body, but the amounts are so small — less than 0.3% — that they have no psychoactive effect.
What should you look for when buying CBD oil to cook with?
I’m seeing more and more health and supplement shops selling it, but online offers the most options. The things I look for are:
- A full-spectrum whole hemp oil, meaning they use the whole plant in the process of making the oil, so you receive the maximum benefits.
- A grower that’s transparent about exactly how many milligrams of CBD there are in each bottle, and their growing practices. The more information they provide, the better.
- Brands that use organic growing practices, although there is no official regulation for this at the moment, so it can be tricky territory. And if you’re cooking with it, don’t buy CBD with any flavourings added.
What’s a good starter recipe to try?
Pick a simple recipe that just serves one or two and seems like something you’d enjoy. A couple of my favourites are the CBD hot cacao and a pineapple and mint smoothie, which are both in my book. If you’re concerned about dosage, start small and see how your body reacts.
Can you overdose on it?
I’ve personally never had that experience, but I have heard from friends who have — which either led to feeling over-tired or having an upset stomach. I try to follow three simple rules when eating CBD food: buy good quality CBD oil, start with a small dosage, and listen to your body.
Keen to give CBD recipes a try? Here are four of our favourites from Leah’s book to try…
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Ozzy Osbourne is using cannabidiol (CBD) for pain management after sustaining an injury that caused the Black Sabbath singer to cancel all his live appearances through the end of the year. While dealing with a recent bout of pneumonia in April, the singer fell at his Los Angeles home, aggravating years-old injuries from his 2003 ATV accident that required new surgery.
Appearing on the U.K. talk show Loose Women, Ozzy’s wife and manager Sharon was asked if her husband — who has a history of drug and alcohol addiction — could hooked on painkillers during his recovery. Sharon replied, “He’s off all of that. He had to have it after he was operated on the last time. But now for pain, he has that CBD –whatever it’s called — and he’s dealing with it that way.”
The increasingly popular and legal CBD oil is made from cannabis extract and most commonly used to treat epilepsy and conditions of the nervous system.
Sharon added, “(Ozzy)’s not good at being at home. He wants to be back on the road, back on his tour, back with his band, and he’s pining. Really, the challenge is not his injuries, it’s his state of mind to keep him positive and working.”
Ozzy told us a while back that he used to think he needed drugs to help him make music: [“I used to get so frustrated with myself. I mean, I thought that you had to get loaded to make songs. I just thought drugs and alcohol are probably the major inspiration of making music, which I truly believed that because I’d never made a record without using it. And I thought it was that was making me creative.”] SOUNDCUE (:22 OC: . . . making me creative.)
Sharon said that the plan is for Ozzy to make a full recovery so that he can begin the next leg of his “No More Tours 2” trek in early 2020. Most of the 2019 shows on what is being billed as Ozzy’s last full world tour have been rescheduled beginning next February.