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June 4th, 2018 08:12am.

How do you know if you’re getting quality CBD products or not? With the resurgence of the Hemp industry, there are so many products being introduced into the marketplace. Dr. Andry lends insight on what to look for.

Dr. Matt Andry and Pam Thrash offer very informative answers to FAQs about CBD Oils and products.

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July 2nd, 2018 12:42pm.

August 23rd, 2018 07:28am.

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July 30th, 2018 03:58pm.

Dr. Andry interviews Dr. Troy Factora (Doctor of Physical Therapy; Doctor of Osteopathy) from Theraplay Orthopedics and Spine Center in Bloomington, Indiana. Dr. Factora is an intelligent and gifted therapist, and has over 24 years of experience in the field of medicine, graduating from his medical school with his medical degree with Honors in 1994. Having more than 24 years of diverse experiences, especially in PHYSICAL THERAPY, Troy Factora affiliates with no hospital, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists without joining any medical groups. Dr. Factora talks about his thoughts on CBD oils and products.

July 2nd, 2018 12:40pm.

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Dr. Andry interviews Dr. Gary Gettelfinger of IU Health Pain Center. Dr. Gary L Gettelfinger is a Pain Management Specialist in Bloomington, Indiana. He graduated with honors from Indiana University School Of Medicine in 1987. Having more than 31 years of diverse experiences, especially in PAIN MANAGEMENT, Dr. Gary L Gettelfinger affiliates with many hospitals including Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital, Indiana University Health Bedford Hospital, and others. Dr. Gettelfinger talks about his thoughts on CBD oils and products.

June 13th, 2018 04:03pm.

September 4th, 2018 09:49pm.

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Your Educational Source for the health and wellness benefits, pros and cons, and insights about CBD and CBD products with Dr. J Matthew Andry, MD and Pam Thrash.

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June 23rd, 2018 07:33am.

Dr. Andry speaks with his colleague, Preston Aguilar, PA about his experience in dealing with his Mother’s health issues (including MS) and how CBD helped her cope with her ailments much more efficiently, and painlessly, and attain a better quality of life.

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Dr. Matt Andry and B97’s Pam Thrash talk about the Endocannabinoid System, the difference between quality CBD and ‘watered-down’ CBD oils and products, and some of the benefits of CBD oils and how they work with the Endocannabinoid system.

CBD University.

Dr. Andry talks about the benefits of CBD oils and products and how they support the endocannabinoid system.

July 19th, 2018 08:20am.

Dr. Andry discusses the newly FDA approved pharmaceutical Epidiolex: which is naturally sourced from Cannabis plants and used to help treat pediatric patients with rare seizure conditions. Learn more about the new pharmaceutical and how Dr. Andry predicts it will change the CBD oil industry in today’s episode!

Dr. Matt Andry and B97’s Pam Thrash talk about the history and science of CBD (cannabidiol), CBD vs Hemp oils, and begins the discussion of some of the health benefits of CBD products.

In Europe and the United States, most of the information about CBD’s effects in humans is hearsay or taken from animal studies; few human trials have been conducted.

CBD is short for cannabidiol, which is found only in cannabis plants. Hemp comes from the Cannabis sativa plant, and marijuana comes from the Cannabis sativa or Cannabis indica plants. Hemp is the term for cannabis that contains less than 0.3% THC, and marijuana is the term for cannabis that contains 0.3% or more THC. THC is the chemical that makes a person feel “high.”

CBD is the same chemical regardless of whether it’s found in a low-THC or high THC cannabis plant.

Is CBD oil the same thing as hemp oil?

CBD seems to be well-tolerated in patients.

The FDA still considers CBD a drug, and has issued several warnings to companies that make unproven claims that their CBD products will treat or prevent disease.

So far, the FDA has approved only one drug containing CBD, Epidiolex, after clinical trials found it reduced seizures in children with two rare, severe forms of epilepsy.

The most common side effects of CBD are sleepiness and diarrhea.

Patients in the Epidiolex trials also had more infections and rashes, as well as depressed appetite, sleep problems and elevated liver enzymes.

CBD works by copying endocannabinoids, a chemical naturally produced by humans and found throughout the body. Endocannabinoids play a role in regulating mood, memory, appetite, stress, sleep, metabolism, etc.

How does it work?

CBD research is at such an early stage that scientists have not determined the correct doses to test.

A recent study by the American Medicine Association tested over 80 CBD containing products from 31 companies, and found that nearly 70 percent of those products were not labeled accurately, and had either higher or lower concentrations of CBD than what was stated on the label.

Many drugs are metabolized in the body using the Cytochrome P450 system. Cytochrome P450 is a group of enzymes in the liver that break down drugs and toxins in the body. CBD inhibits many of these enzymes, which means they can’t work to remove drugs and toxins from the body.

Is it legal?