This article first appeared on kark.com (July 11, 2018).
What it is, how it’s legal, who it could help
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – “It’s helping more with arthritis pain than I realized it was going to help,” Dara Mooney, a Physician’s Assistant said showing a patient some CBD products.
“I’m really getting good feedback from it,” she said.
The positive feedback coming from her patients, and herself.
The PA at Arkansas Spine and Pain has rheumatoid arthritis.
So a few weeks ago she decided to try Cannabidoil or CBD.
“Because you’ll do anything to help get your pain under control,” she said.
She says some patients who have chronic pain are hesitant because the products are derived from cannabis.
But Arkansas based producer Tree of Life Seeds says there’s one important missing ingredient that makes it legal…