- CBD Banned by Google, Bing, Yahoo & Paypal?
CBD Banned by Google, Bing, Yahoo & Paypal?
CBD is short for cannabidiol, concentrated in the supercritical-CO2 oil of hemp. This legal plant extract has a huge wealth of research backing its potential health benefits.* See all our CBD formulas here, and our free CBD special here!
We've written these posts to introduce you to CBD:
- Your top questions about CBD answered: What is it, how do you use it, and what are the formulas we offer?
- CBD and its interaction with our own body's endo-cannabinoid system.
- 350+ scientific research articles on the potential benefits of CBD and 50 common health conditions.
- CBD and its synergistic actions with safely-ingested essential oils and CO2 extracts.
Google, Bing, Yahoo and Facebook have banned the promotion of CBD products through any form of paid advertising. And Paypal has closed accounts of businesses offering CBD, also without warning or explanation.
These companies won't actually say why they are banning companies which offer CBD from using their services. It may be that there is a subtle yet very important difference of CBD sources which affects its legal status: CBD from high-CBD strains of 'medical' cannabis still contain unacceptable levels of THC, whereas CBD CO2 extract from hemp contains only trace amounts.
Our CBD is CO2 extracted from 100% legal, organically-grown 'industrial' hemp from Europe. It is legal for sale in all 50 states, just like hemp oil and seeds. The CBD CO2 extract we utilize contains less than 0.3% THC, with no psychoactive effect whatsoever.
CBD has such an incredible diversity of research-supported therapeutic properties, that we'd much rather continue to offer it to our many customers who have found it very supportive of their health conditions.*
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