What's the difference between cannabis and CBD? While the cannabis market continues to be legalized across the United States and continues to grow, a lesser-known subset of this industry involves Hemp Cannabidiols aka Hemp CBD. According to Rollingstone, "CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis, has had a surge in popularity over the past couple of years. Unlike THC, the chemical compound that gives weed its signature effect, CBD has been shown to help with everything from PTSD and anxiety to MS and epilepsy — without getting you high." This subset, alone, is slated to reach $22 Billion in revenue.
Oils, pain creams, sprays and even lotions and beauty creams with CBD are becoming increasingly popular in the marketplace. As seen on programs such as DatelineNBC, the use of CBD has been shown to help persons with epilepsy, joint pain and may possibly be the answer to the opioid epidemic. In May 2018, NBC profiled the industry in great depth and has been replayed and reposted across the internet. Others have touted CBD's ability to reduce stress, regulate sleep, assist in weight management, reduce inflammation, promote overall wellness and more.
The company, Oxzgen, a subsidiary of 5LINX, is making waves with this industry as it has already released a line of these products which are available in all 50 US States through its independent salesforce. It's spokeperson and majority owner, NBA All-Star and Assistance Coach, Juwan Howard, along with celebrities Seth Rogan, Ice Cube, Jennifer Anniston and many others heavily endorse CBD. The company, Oxzgen, also offers the opportunity for anyone to invest in a franchise and market these products for a low, nominal investment. For information, on this revolutionary product line, click here. And to become a distributor, click here.
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