This is a very good article about drug interaction and CBD. CBD Drug Interactions: Taking CBD with Prescription Drugs Many think of CBD as benign, but there actually are many CBD drug interactions. Jan 2, 2019 – by M. Janikian Photography by Georgia Love for Herb CBD is all the rage, and according to the hype, this non-intoxicating cannabinoid has a ton of medical benefits. People of all ages are using CBD to help with serious medical issues like epilepsy, Parkinson’s, and chemotherapy relief, as well as mental health issues like anxiety, depression, and addiction. Not to mention, CBD as an overall health and wellbeing ingredient is in everything nowadays, from your makeup to your latte promising benefits like relaxation and anti-aging effects. We’re not saying CBD doesn’t work, but if you’ve been taking CBD in one form or another, it’s important to learn how it can interact with other medications. Can CBD Interfere with Medications? The short answer is yes. CBD can interfere and interact with other drugs, including prescription and over-the-counter remedies. Dr. Jordan Tishler, MD and President of InhaleMD, medical cannabis doctors in Massachusetts, says: “In practical terms, CBD at therapeutic doses (10 to 20 mg per kilogram) can have harmful interactions with a range of conventional medications like epilepsy drugs, heart medications, anticoagulants, and others.” So how do you know if your medication is potentially interacting with CBD? According to the new book, Healing with CBD: How Cannabidiol Can Transform Your Health Without the High by Eileen Konieczny, RN, and Lauren Wilson, an easy way to determine if CBD interacts with your medication is if...
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Micah Harrari, a Levite and master craftsman, originally built the first harp in the land of Israel in 2000 years, for his wife Shoshanna as a birthday gift. Basing his designs on the information found in the Bible, Talmud, and archeology, this first harp opened the way for many more to follow spreading the mystical sounds of David's harp from the streets of Jerusalem to the four corners of the world.