TH+ Expert Webinar with Dr Sarah Brewer: Everything you need to know about CBD
As the number of people using natural alternatives continues to increase in healthcare, cannabidiol (CBD) seems to be on everyone’s wellness wish lists. So much so that the market for the hemp-derived ingredient is set to grow by 46% every year!
But, as the product earns its place in magazines, social media feeds and your friend’s medicine cupboards, could the health supplement help your health journey?
Medical cannabis has been prescribed in the UK to treat conditions like epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and the side effects of chemotherapy for the last 10 years. Now, the wide-ranging medical benefits of CBD are being increasingly recognised by the medical and wellness communities for pain relief, reducing anxiety, improving sleep, reducing inflammation, and more.
In this expert webinar Dr Sarah Brewer, a licensed doctor, registered nutritionist, nutritional therapist and author of CBD: The Essential Guide to Health and Wellness, demystifies the cool supplement on the block. This webinar will help you to make the right, educated, decisions when it comes to choosing the right CBD supplement for you!
This webinar explores:
- The difference between medical cannabis, CBD, THC and hemp
- Current legislation around the supplements and how it affects you
- What current scientific research tells us about CBD
- How to use CBD safely and the different ways to take it
- How to take CBD for a wide range of physical and emotional issues
Sarah Brewer is a licensed doctor, a registered nutritionist, a registered nutritional therapist and an award winning health writer. She writes widely on all aspects of health and nutrition, including complementary medicine and the safe use of herbal remedies and vitamin supplements. She has written over 50 popular health and wellness books, is the Editor of YourWellness magazine, and a regular contributor to Prima, the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph and other newspapers.
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Last revised: 6 April 2021
Next review: 6 April 2024