I'm not sure this is accurate information -- I don't think this oil is legal in every state, but it is in some. If it has any THC in it, and it does have some, it is illegal in every state by federal law, and the Sessions/Trump regime has said they are going to resume severe prosecution of this. Don't know if they actually will, but everyone needs to know not to let the feds know. I'm also not sure how much docs actually know about CDB. The problem is, with it being illegal federally, there isn't much funding for research. So while there is some, it's not the gold standard research we'd all like to see. I hope you find your answer, but I'm thinking you might be better contacting someone who has done research on this subject -- you can find that out by Googling it and looking at the studies on PubMed and you might be able to actually contact someone somewhere who has done some work on this. Doctors are not medication or chemistry experts, I just don't know if they actually have been taught this since as far as medical school is concerned, only patented pharmaceutical products or those that once were are taught -- they don't learn much about natural substances even when they've been radically altered, as with CDB. Maybe you can find a doc who works a lot with medical marijuana, because what people will tell you on the web might be pro-pot propaganda, not accurate information -- this is a big political issue and while I've been for the decriminalization of pot since before most people on this site were born, when you're mixing meds you need accurate info. Good hunting.
I take metapropal and I take CBD oil from industrial hemp. I have no problems with it. My Dr is aware but was curious on how where I get it. I looked at her and said it's one of my many online businesses lol. But that being said no I am not trying to make a sale. CBD helps with many many conditions. But CBD is not a cure. It's a dietary suppliment that promotes general health and wellness along with helps with pain