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When you look at the projected growth of the CBD industry over the next few years, the numbers are staggering.
CBD is everywhere. It’s being sold by mom-and-pop shops and multi-billion dollar global conglomerates. It’s the surprising main ingredient in mainstream food and drink. It’s particularly potent in pain relief products and skincare solutions.
Retail sales of CBD for 2019 are just shy of $1 Billion. And analysts project that sales of CBD will reach $23 Billion by 2025 in the U.S. alone!
What’s the story behind the runaway growth? And what are the best investment strategies to get in on this unparalleled opportunity?

A Brief History of CBD

The groundwork for the CBD boom was laid in the 1990s.

In 1992, scientists discovered the endocannabinoid system: a complex framework inside our bodies that regulates all kinds of internal processes.

Incredibly, doctors started discovering that they could target the endocannabinoid system to combat a stunning array of diseases and disorders.

This discovery holds very exciting therapeutic promise in the fight against:

● Movement disorders like Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease
● Mood and anxiety disorders
● Epilepsy
● Cancer
● Stroke
● Hypertension
● Obesity
● Glaucoma
● Multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury
● And more

Cannabis plants have endocannabinoid systems, too. The cannabis plant contain hundreds of cannabinoids, or chemical compounds that act on the endocannabinoid system.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, has shown particular promise in the battle against chronic pain and devastating diseases and conditions.
CBD presents a significant treatment advantage, because it is:
● Non-addictive
● Non-habit forming
● Able to be taken into the body in a variety of ways -- e.g., by an aerosol spray into the cheek, by allowing it to dissolve under the tongue, by eating it or taking it in a drink, by suppository, by vaping, etc. This avoids the danger and side effects of smoking, and makes CBD a viable treatment option for all parts of the suffering population -- including the elderly and pets.