Buy CBD oil products for yourself, your family and your pets to stop the pain and potentially help heal your diseases.
First, watch the video below, or read the transcript.
Second, scroll down to where it says: How To Buy CBD Oil Products Safely to read the rest of the article.
This is a transcript of the video where Stacey Pitts (CBD BioCare) and Dr. Frank Michalski (Chiropractor) talk about why he uses the CBD BioCare pain relief balm.
Stacey Pitts: At CBD BioCare, we offer several different types of topical pain creams and even a roll-on. That people are using, and having great success.
Dr. Frank uses some of these products in his office and he’s going to talk about that today.
Dr. Frank, we have, of course, the oils that people are using internally, and then we also have these pain balms, and the roll-on. So, if you would, talk about how you are using them in your office.
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Dr. Frank Michalski: Of course. So, this is one of the things that I would say: “Gosh, we go through so much cream, and so many roll-on, that I can’t even tell you the good feedback that we get on these products.
And as a Chiropractor, of course, this makes me happy. Right?
Because if I can give a patient something simple that they can do at home, in between treatments, something that maybe prevent them from reaching for that extra Motrin, or extra aspirin during the day. I’m a happy camper.
So, with that said, in my offices some of the most common things we see: knee pain, elbow pain, and low back pain, neck pain.
My go to topical in the office is the 3.8 oz jar, which provides 500mg of CBD, and I believe that’s in a 10% solution of Emu oil. Now, I find that one to be the most effective.
Most people I deal with, I know you guys have these smaller size jars, which I believe is 75mg of CBD.
Most people I work with, I tell them, look let’s just go right for the 3.8 oz jar. It’s 500mg of CBD, you have the Emu oil in there.
It’s going to last you, I don’t know, most of my patients 3 months, 4 months out of a single jar. At $70 when it comes to paying, that’s a very, very effective price point for patients.
So, more often than not, I see the best results, for sure, on the superficial joints, that are really subject to arthritis.
So, knees is probably the most popular area. Those arthritic knees, whether we are talking stage one arthritis or stage 4 arthritis, it seems to work mostly every time for people as far as some pain relief goes.
Elbow. We have a lot of people this time of year coming in with tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow. Due to those repetitive motions.
CBD oil, the creams, seems to work fantastic for that, and the roll-on.
We use a lot of the roll-on gel when it comes to tension headaches and migraine headaches.
I understand that there is 100 grams of CBD in the roll-on, but a lot of times what we will have people do, is to apply it to the back of the neck.
We’ll have them apply it to their temples, and that roll-on seems to be very effective in creating that strong cooling effect that just takes off some of that tension that is affiliated with the tension headache or migraine.
By far, most popular product, 3.8oz 500mg. We stock those regularly here. It’s hard to keep them in stock, because they seem to be so effective for people.
Stacey Pitts: Have you also had patients try layering, because we’ve had some success with, we have some dancers that we know of, that actually put the 500mg pain cream. Which a little bit goes a long way with that.
They put that down and they put the roll-on on top, and you get that nice cooling sensations. Do you have any patients that have been doing that as well?
Dr. Frank Michalski: So. I’m really glad that you brought that up. It was actually since our, we had this discussion on migraine headaches, and it was actually after that you had mentioned, that you guys have people doing that, and we started to incorporate that.
I can tell you, that’s gone very well. Again, we’ve really been using that more in the muscles, in the neck and the low back, than anywhere else. But yes, I can tell you that we have had success with that. Absolutely.
Stacey Pitts: Well, you had mentioned giving it to patients for when they are away from you. So, my husband had the same thing. He gets the tennis elbow, and he’s gone to a Chiropractor for treatment for that.
And then he sees a flare-up, I’m not trying to take business away from you, but what happens is. Instead of having to go to the doctor, all he does when he has a flare-up is. He puts a little bit on, roll-on, and maybe for two days, and it keeps him out of the doctor’s office. Right? So, that’s a good thing.
Dr. Frank Michalski: I completely agree. Listen, at the end of the day, I love having patients, that’s what keeps me in business, but if I can get someone longer lasting pain relief, that’s what we’re going to do. That’s how we practice.
So, I explain that to patients a lot of times. I say “Listen you’re paying me anywhere between $40 to $100 a treatment” depending upon what we’re doing, and I explain to them.
If you can get this pain cream at a reasonable price, which you guys offer it for, and this takes your visits down from, you know, three a month to once a month for more of a maintenance protocol. That’s fantastic, were thrilled, and at the end of the day, they’re saving money in the long run on that.
I might be losing a little on that, but that’s O.K. If they’re happy, they refer us people, and it works out on both ends. So, we’re happy either way.
But absolutely, I can tell you firsthand, since we’ve incorporated the CBD, it has cut down on visits to our office. Now, we do a lot with CBD, so it all equals out, but at the end of the day, yes, these people are not in as frequently.
Because they now have an at home way of management. Which I find is fantastic.
Something else I’ll say too. I see this a lot. We have CBD stores popping up everywhere in Buffalo. They’re all over all of the U.S. I would argue.
So, a lot of people come in and say “Hey, I tried this spray, I tried this one. It did not work nearly as well”. And I emphasize all the time, listen we have 500mg in the 3.8oz, on top of the arnica that’s in there. On top of the Emu oil, which there is some preliminary research showing the Emu oil, increases the bioavailability, and the absorption of the CBD topically.
Cause, remember, the CBD binds to the CB2 receptors on the skin, and then penetrates those tissues to decrease inflammation.
If we can increase the absorption and the bioavailability with Emu oil, that’s fantastic, that’s longer lasting pain relief. That’s better results.
So, all the time I have patients coming in, and they’re saying “I got this one” and I say well, try this one real quick , let me give you a little sample on your knee. And by the end of the visit they’re asking if they can purchase here, because it works. It works.
Stacey Pitts: At the end of the day that’s what we’re looking for, Right? We just want results. So, I’m glad you’re have such great success with our pain creams, pain relief creams, and also the roll-on. So, thanks so much for that Dr. Frank.
Dr. Frank Michalski: Of course.
How To Buy CBD Oil Products Safely
Hemp is not the same thing as Marijuana
- Yes, they both come from the cannabis plant, but that is where the similarity ends.
- CBD is made from industrial hemp. (U.S. Dollar bills are made from industrial hemp paper.)
- Hemp is legal in all U.S. states, because it contains less than 0.3% THC. You can thank the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill 
- Marijuana contains approximately 17-28% THC  compared to hemp’s 0.3% THC content.
- Smoking industrial hemp will probably give you a headache. Don’t even try it.
CBD is not the same as THC
- You won’t get “high’ “stoned” “buzzed” or “munchies” using CBD. 
- CBD contains less than 0.3% THC which is not enough to get “high” on.
- CBD is made from the industrial hemp plant that contains less than 0.3% THC
CBD and Medical Marijuana are not the same thing.
- Medical marijuana contains high levels of THC, because it comes from the marijuana plant. That’s why you have to buy it from a state authorized dispensary.
- You can buy CBD online, because it is made from hemp. No prescription needed.
Do I need To Buy CBD Oil & THC For My Illness?
Using CBD alone will help most people. A few people will get better results from using both CBD & THC.
It all depends upon what your illness is, how severe your illness is, and your body.
See my article on CBD Dosages to see if THC is normally used to treat your disease symptoms.
Where Are The CBD Hemp Plants Grown, And Are They Organically Grown?
Hemp grown in the USA must follow U.S. laws concerning the growing, harvesting and legally selling CBD hemp oil products.
That is one way of being sure the plants are not being grown on polluted soil containing harmful chemicals.
The other way is to only buy CBD oil that is organically grown. This is important for protecting your health.
Any insecticide, herbicide, pesticide or other chemical that is on the plant when it is harvested could end up in the CBD product when you buy it. The best way to avoid that is through CO2 extraction.
How Is The CBD Extracted From The Hemp Plant?
CO2 extraction is the standard way of making decaf coffee beans. So, you know it’s a safe and effective extraction method.
CO2 extraction is the CBD industry standard, because it is safe for the manufacturer and produces an excellent quality pure CBD.
Whereas, propane and butane extraction could cause a fire during manufacturing, and could leave some chemicals in the CBD.
Other CBD extraction methods are not suitable for commercial production of CBD. Either because they produce lower quality CBD or because the CBD would spoil.
CO2 extraction of CBD is more expensive than the other methods. So, a lower priced product probably indicates that some other form of CBD extraction was used.
Is It Made In The USA At A (GMP) Good Manufacturing Practice Facility?
You want your CBD products to be made in a facility that doesn’t accidentally contaminate the CBD during manufacturing. So, make sure the company you buy CBD from is certified as a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facility. That way you know your CBD product is made using quality standards and methods.
Third Party Testing And Certificate Of Analysis (COA)
This is how you know that the CBD company you buy CBD oil from is honest and provides exactly what you paid for. Without having a third party testing the quality of the product, and providing a Certificate Of Analysis (COA), there is no guarantee of what you are putting into your body.
Shown on the CBD BioCare COA report are: THCa, delta9-THC, delta8-THC, THCV which are all different forms of THC.
Notice that in the two right hand columns these are marked as ND. ND Stands for Not Detected. That means that the laboratory’s highly accurate and sensitive equipment was not able to find any THC in the sample.
That is your proof that you won’t get “high” and that you won’t fail a drug test.
Notice also that there are two forms of cannabidiol: CBDa and CBD.
CBN, CBGa, CBG, and CBC are lesser known cannabinoids that help to create the “Entourage Effect” where each of them adds to the overall healing properties of the CBD oil.
4 Unique Facts About Cannabidiol CBD Oil You Must Know
I provide well documented scientific facts to support the many reasons you should: “Buy CBD oil for what ails you”.
Fake news about Cannabidiol CBD Oil has been around for a long time. So, it’s time I gave you “Just the facts”. As you read through this website you will see that I back up “the facts” with scientific evidence you can believe.
It is my intent to provide you with useful information so you can confidently buy cannabidiol (CBD) for what ails you.
THC and CBD Are Both Cannabinoids, But Completely Different
You might already know that CBD, or cannabidiol is obtained from both the hemp plant and the marijuana plant. For many years you’ve been led to believe that hemp and marijuana are the same thing, but that isn’t really true.
According to the science of botany, the Cannabaceae family of plants includes the genus: Cannabis. Which has three species (disputed):
- Cannabis sativa L. is originally from Asia
- Cannabis indica is originally from India and Afghanistan and has lots of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Therefore it’s marijuana.
- Cannabis ruderalis is originally from Europe and has very little THC content, but lots of CBD. Therefore it’s hemp.
Generally, the U.S. Government only recognizes Cannabis sativa L.
Quite confusingly (and wrongly) it is referred to as both hemp and marijuana or simply as cannabis.
“Marijuana”, by U.S. Law is defined as being Cannabis sativa L, that has over 0.3 percent of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) content. Whereas, (Industrial) Hemp has less than 0.3 percent of THC.
Fact 1: CBD Oil, And Other CBD Products, Are Completely Legal
CBD products and CBD extracts are totally legal when the cannabidiol (CBD) comes from a cannabis plant that contains less than 0.3 percent THC.
This cannabis, by law, is defined as being “industrial hemp”, which is a term that is somewhat invented (botanically speaking).
However, it is a convenient classification and is now a common way to differentiate between CBD-rich industrial hemp and THC-rich marijuana.
Often industrial hemp is referred to among users and media as just “hemp.”
In fact, hemp-derived CBD products have been fairly accessible and legal for the past couple of years. However, numerous complex regulations and restrictions have burdened their production, possession, and sales.
Fortunately, the amended Farm Bill that was passed in December 2018 has simplified all of this.
Industrial hemp that is used for commercial purposes has been reclassified by the bill. It has been removed off of the prohibited Schedule I drugs Controlled Substances list. This has been a long process.
Hemp has been demonized unnecessarily for nearly a century. As a result of that demonization, its cultivation has been restricted.
Under the 1970 Controlled Substances Act, marijuana is still a Schedule 1 drug. According to the national government, marijuana does not have any legitimate medical use, and that is a ridiculous and unfair idea.
You will find proof on this website that THC containing marijuana does have medical uses. THC can be used separately or in combination with CBD. It all depends upon the illness being treated.
Fortunately, marijuana laws and regulations are being relaxed by many states. Currently, it is legal to possess marijuana for medical and recreational uses in 10 states, and Washington, D.C.
Fact 2: CBD Is Not Psychotropic. It Won’t Make You “High” “Stoned” or Depraved.
What “psychotropic” refers to is the hallucinogenic as well as other mind-altering symptoms that are associated with using Schedule I drugs.
What “psychotropic” refers to is the hallucinogenic as well as other mind-altering symptoms that are associated with using Schedule I drugs.
CBD is not psychotropic. It is more likely that smoking hemp will destroy your lungs instead of getting you high from it.
CBD does not have any hallucinogenic effects and it doesn’t alter your mind. However, in a high dose, it might cause you to feel drowsy or sleepy.
Otherwise, it is considered completely safe overall, even at high doses (1500 mg/day). 
In general, users have reported feelings of well-being, relaxation, and calmness.
The non-hallucinogenic effect of CBD is mainly due to how CBD molecules interact in different ways with specific receptors inside the brain. Those receptors are part of the Endocannabinoid System.
This is an area of confusion still for many people. Why do you feel “high” from marijuana but not from hemp?
When neurological cannabinoid-1 (CB1) receptors are stimulated by THC it causes that characteristic “high” that marijuana is well-known for.
However, CBD has a very low affinity for that CB1 receptor, so when taking CBD there is no doped-up feeling.
Here are 2 simple facts:
- There is an abundant amount of CBD in hemp, but very little THC.
- There is an abundant amount of THC in marijuana, but very little CBD.
However, don’t be so quick to vilify marijuana. It has proven and known medicinal functionality. It works beautifully in combination with CBD as well, which is referred to as the “entourage effect.”
Fact 3: The Incredible Entourage Effect
One of the lesser-known CBD facts is the synergistic effect when it is combined with the other 100+ cannabinoids that are found in cannabis plants.
THC and CBD are the most abundant cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. The other 100+ cannabinoids only occur in minute amounts. However, they have a large impact on the health benefits of hemp.
So, you want to buy Full Spectrum Cannabidiol CBD Oil, because it contains all of the cannabinoids.
Using the whole plant as medicine is a standard practice of herbal medicine. In the case of medical cannabinoids, this seems to be true. 
Whereas the pharmaceutical companies only use one ingredient of the plant. In my opinion, that’s why pharmaceutical medicines have so many side effects.
There is ongoing research concerning the medical benefits of THC and CBD, but very little research on the other cannabinoids.
A handful of studies have demonstrated the combined cannabinoid synergy or Entourage Effect.
There have been some preliminary studies that have compared the use of THC vs. CBD, and both of them combined, for treating pain. The combination was more effective.
However, anytime you are using significant amounts of THC, you should expect to have side effects too.
There are several terpenes in the cannabis plant, and they are known to have medical benefits. This is probably related to the fact that terpenes are able to cross the blood-brain-barrier (BBB). 
How terpenes act within the brain and react with CBD or other cannabinoids will require another article. However, there is no doubt that they add to the Entourage Effect.
That is why when buying cannabidiol CBD oil, it’s important that whole-plant products are sourced. Generally, that means you should NOT buy CBD isolates unless you have a specific reason to do so.
Fact 4: There Are Numerous Cannabidiol CBD Oil Health Benefits
There is a very long list of proven health benefits that are offered by CBD products, which includes cannabidiol CBD oil.
Cannabidiol CBD Oil, creams, and edibles are anti-anxiety, anti-inflammation, anti-psychotic and they protect your nerves. 
That means you should probably buy CBD for diabetes, schizophrenia, nausea and vomiting from chemo therapy, acne, and even dementia. 
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a (Super Bug) bacteria that causes infections. MRSA resists most antibiotics which is why it is called a Super Bug. However, pure CBD is highly effective against MSRA. 
Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, CBD has proven that it reduces pain.
Although THC is used alone or with CBD to relieve pain, it is possible to receive much pain relief from CBD alone.
Here is evidence that the terpenes in cannabis are able to relive pain as effectively as THC for multiple sclerosis. 
Also, there is evidence that it may be used for treating Crohn’s disease, where inflammation is within the digestive system is targeted.
For long-term sufferers of depression and anxiety, cannabidiol CBD oil can be used for reducing symptoms. CBD has been used for treating seizures, especially in individuals where traditional treatments are not effective.
Use CBD for Schizophrenia
It has been shown that marijuana, because of its THC content, has potentially serious side effects for people with mental illness. That means, in some cases, that marijuana might trigger the onset of delusions, paranoia, and schizophrenia.
However, CBD has been clinically proven to reduce schizophrenia symptoms. CBD was very beneficial, especially for individuals who didn’t respond well to traditional drug therapies. 
Buy CBD Oil for Addiction Treatment
There is some exciting research that has emerged regarding using cannabidiol CBD oil for addictions. Some research shows the potential of using CBD for treating severe tobacco, marijuana, psychostimulant, and opioid addictions.
Generally, scientists are looking at the calming, anti-psychoactive, and anti-anxiety effects of CBD. However, I think the real benefits come from the blocking of the CB1 receptor by the CBD. More on that in another article on addiction. 
Like many other CBD research areas, the potential as an addiction treatment does require additional human clinical trials.
Human clinical trials are needed to obtain a more in-depth understanding of why and how CBDs effects appears to be so positive.
Should You Buy CBD Oil For Cancer and Tumors?
Unfortunately, there has been a lack of human trials. However, some animal and lab trials have been successful at suppressing colon cancer tumors, and have killed breast cancer cells.
Also, cannabidiol (CBD) has been shown to slow or stop the growth of tumors and the spread of cancers. 
Some lab-created cannabidiols have been approved for cancer patients, in Europe and the United States. However, that is kind of misleading, because they don’t treat the cancer. They just treat the side effects of chemo therapy (nausea and vomiting).
Research is continuing to explore the benefits of cannabidiol CBD oil for treating numerous health problems.
CBD’s safety profile and very minimal side-effects make it the favored alternative option for many people.
References and Source Material:
 The Problem with the Current High Potency THC Marijuana from the Perspective of an Addiction Psychiatrist
 The Farm Bill, hemp legalization and the status of CBD: An explainer
 Acute effects of a single, oral dose of d9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) administration in healthy volunteers.
 Cannabidiol as a Potential Treatment for Anxiety Disorders
 Taming THC: potential cannabis synergy and phytocannabinoid-terpenoid entourage effects.
 An Update on Safety and Side Effects of Cannabidiol A Review of Clinical Data and Relevant Animal Studies.