Cannabis Sativa (cannabis) is one of the earliest plants cultivated by human beings. Just before the Christian era, CBD commonly known as Cannabis was considered to be used as a medicine in Asian countries, mainly India.
In the mid 19th Century, the usage of CBD was introduced in the Western world as medicine. In its last decade, CBD reached a high point. The downfall started in the beginning decade of the 20th century where CBD was unable to produce desired results in Western medicine use.
Since 1965, the scientific interest has increased in obtaining and identifying pure constituents related to the chemical structure of cannabis components.
In the 1990s, the CBD interest was increased due to the identification of CBD receptors and endogenous cannabinoid systems, specifically in the brain. Here the new beginning of CBD as the medication begins and cannabis safety was also scientifically proved.
In the 21st century, CBD is a highly debatable product when it comes to being practiced in healthcare. Undoubtedly, the CBD plant has almost 6000 years of documented experience in the history of human beings. Cannabis usage in the Modern era is commonly based upon collective history and a lot of scientific disciplines.
Usually, for consumption purposes, the CBD plant’s flower is dehydrated, ground, and burnt. Its smoke gives instant relief in minutes from the pain. CBD helps in controlling pain, anxiety, and depression.
In short, the CBD has medically as well as traditionally a long and documented history. In the 19th century, the Western world recognized CBD clarity as a great medicine for painkilling, anticonvulsant, and hypnotic. CBD plants’ medical features have made cannabis the dominant medication with effective methods of consumption. The only challenge CBD faces in the Modern era is the education, clinical methodology about consumption, and policy implementation.