An article published by Leafreport earlier this week discusses celebrities such as Kourtney Kardashian, Mike Tyson, and John Legend, all having the same interest when it comes to the usage of CBD. They all argue that CBD is beneficial in the medical industry and firmly believes in the health benefits of the substance.
The low-THC substance is a well-known supplement due to the fact that the effects of the hemp outweigh the mere feeling of getting “high.” This allows the CBD to become active, which is why people claim it calms them without the negative feeling of being dizzy or “out of it” (normally caused by the THC).
The idea that celebrities have hopped onto the cannabis train shows investors and people interested in the industry that it is, in fact, growing and expanding before our eyes.
Experts have estimated that the CBD industry will reach $89.1B USD by the year 2024.
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