How The Perception Of CBD Changed

How The Perception Of CBD Changed

How the perception of CBD changed with Martin A. Lee is the co-founder and director of Project CBD. Martin is also the author of several books, including Smoke Signals: A Social History of Marijuana–Medical, Recreational and Scientific, which received the American Botanical Council’s James A. Duke Award for Excellence in Botanical Literature. Project CBD is a California-based nonprofit dedicated to promoting and publicizing research into the medical uses of cannabidiol (CBD) and other components of the cannabis plant. Project CBD provides educational services for physicians, patients, industry professionals, and the general public.

How The Perception Of CBD Changed

Lee said this to NowThis News: “We were the first group, actually to advocate the medical marijuana community in California about CBD. We were involved in introducing CBD, both physically, the plants, and in terms of education to emphasize that there are other options besides the THC orientation the ‘get high’ orientation for medical cannabis.” He said he’s not entirely sure how to feel about CBD’s current popularity, but he emphasizes that cannabis has far more to offer. “CBD, you can kind of think of it as kind of a medical rockstar, but when you really get down into it, it’s the combination of CBD and the other parts of the plant.” We expand on what he witnessed on how the perception of CBD changed over the years. As well as What are the main contributors this shift, What other parts of the plant are powerful in combination with CBD, and much more. Named by High Times as one of the 100 most influential people in cannabis, he is the 2016 winner of the Emerald Cup’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Lee is also co-founder of the media watch group FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting) and the author of Acid Dreams: The Complete Social History of LSD–The CIA, the Sixties and Beyond.