Smoking or ingesting cannabis is associated with the munchies. So, I wondered: Does CBD have the same effect?

As a dietitian, I always receive an influx of New Year’s emails predicting upcoming food trends.

This year, several experts have forecast an increase in foods and beverages containing cannabidiol, a chemical compound found in cannabis plants.

More colloquially called CBD, cannabidiol has been approved by the FDA to treat some forms of epilepsy and shows potential in treating pain, nausea, anxiety and depression — without making users high.

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Cara Rosenbloom ~ WashingtonPost.com

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