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Recreational Marijuana and CBD
Public Attitudes, Science, and the Law

In the last decade, Americans’ relationship with cannabis has transformed: today, dozens of states have legalized marijuana for medical or recreational use and American farmers can grow hemp on an industrial scale. Meanwhile, shoppers can find cannabidiol (CBD), which is derived from cannabis but does not produce a “high” like marijuana, in everything from oils to vapes, chocolate bars, cosmetics—even dog treats. Some say CBD can relieve stress, pain, anxiety, and more, with no side effects. But the evidence for many of these claims is limited, and state and federal laws around the sale of CBD are still evolving. Drawing on a newly-released poll by POLITICO and the Harvard Chan School, this Forum examined public attitudes toward CBD products and recreational marijuana. Panelists examined how research studies of both recreational and medical marijuana offer insights into the current debate. They also discussed the current state of policy and research regarding recreational marijuana in particular, and consider various solutions that have emerged to understand and regulate these rapidly growing industries.

Presented jointly with POLITICO

Image Credit: iStock: Tinnakorn Jorruang

Moderator

Paul Demko
Cannabis Editor, POLITICO

Expert Participants

Robert Blendon
Richard L. Menschel Professor of Public Health and Professor of Health Policy and Political Analysis, Emeritus, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Andrew Freedman
Co-Founder and Partner, Freedman & Koski; former Director of Marijuana Coordination for the State of Colorado

Staci Gruber
Director, Cognitive and Clinical Neuroimaging Core, Director, Marijuana Investigations for Neuroscientific Discovery (MIND) Program at McLean Hospital; Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

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David Grelotti
Medical Director, Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

CBD Oil?

Just out of curiosity, I decided to take the CBD (Trubliss 25mg gummies) for a month. I’m down to the last 2 days of the experiment. I haven’t noticed any difference in achiness, etc. Maybe the dose isn’t enough, or maybe it’s not the type of condition that responds to CBD. When the Covid thing is over, I should go back to the chiropractor.

The thing about taking CDB, though, and how I know it was doing something, were the dreams. Strange dreams. not good or bad, very mundane sorts of things, but very realistic. They seem to happen in the morning just before I wake up. I wake up sort of confused and uneasy, not knowing if the dream was real or not. Unusual for me. I’ll be done the CBD in 2 days and will see if the dreams stop. Another fun science project with myself as the guinea pig

whattheheck123
D.D. Family
  • Nov 9, 2020
  • #23

I tried some CBD oil for various issues. It had no effect on any of them. I did research. VA tested all the hemp oil they could find sold in VA. The result was what is on the label has no credibility. You could find a bottle of 50 mg could range from 0 to 100. Analysis is very expensive. There isn’t any penalty for miss labeling.

I will get my pain Dr give me a medical marijuana card. I wanted to wait until I was retired before I tried it. He claimed you need to be very stoned for pain relief. If that works then I will explore CBD oil.

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whattheheck123
D.D. Family
  • Nov 9, 2020
  • #24

Just out of curiosity, I decided to take the CBD (Trubliss 25mg gummies) for a month. I’m down to the last 2 days of the experiment. I haven’t noticed any difference in achiness, etc. Maybe the dose isn’t enough, or maybe it’s not the type of condition that responds to CBD. When the Covid thing is over, I should go back to the chiropractor.

The thing about taking CDB, though, and how I know it was doing something, were the dreams. Strange dreams. not good or bad, very mundane sorts of things, but very realistic. They seem to happen in the morning just before I wake up. I wake up sort of confused and uneasy, not knowing if the dream was real or not. Unusual for me. I’ll be done the CBD in 2 days and will see if the dreams stop. Another fun science project with myself as the guinea pig

HaoleBoy
D.D. Family
  • Nov 9, 2020
  • #25
Jollymon
D.D. Family
  • Nov 9, 2020
  • #26
whattheheck123
D.D. Family
  • Nov 10, 2020
  • #27
jack3MB
Member
  • Nov 17, 2020
  • #28
RobinSm89
New Member
  • Dec 2, 2020
  • #29

Just out of curiosity, I decided to take the CBD (Trubliss 25mg gummies) for a month. I’m down to the last 2 days of the experiment. I haven’t noticed any difference in achiness, etc. Maybe the dose isn’t enough, or maybe it’s not the type of condition that responds to CBD. When the Covid thing is over, I should go back to the chiropractor.

The thing about taking CDB, though, and how I know it was doing something, were the dreams. Strange dreams. not good or bad, very mundane sorts of things, but very realistic. They seem to happen in the morning just before I wake up. I wake up sort of confused and uneasy, not knowing if the dream was real or not. Unusual for me. I’ll be done the CBD in 2 days and will see if the dreams stop. Another fun science project with myself as the guinea pig

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