Ask the CBD Guy: Q&A

We recently introduced you to Paul Gossett, owner of Tribal Nations CBD Outlet in Claremore. Paul knows that there are a lot of questions floating around about CBD oil and its uses, so we asked him to share some of his knowledge.

Q: What exactly IS CBD and where does it come from?

CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol, which is one of 120 cannabinoids found in both the marijuana plant, and its cousin, the industrial hemp plant. Researchers have been looking at the possible therapeutic uses of CBD. CBD does appear to produce significant changes in the body, and some research suggests that it has medical benefits. It has been widely reported and is getting a lot off attention that this compound may aid in the suppression and abatement of certain conditions such as chronic pain and psychological issues. CBD oils are oils that contain concentrations of CBD. The concentrations and the uses of these oils vary. Many take the oils sublingually (under the tongue). That, according to the medical profession, is one of the most effective ways of getting a medicine or other substance into the bloodstream immediately. Other effective ways are via IV and by suppository.

Stay tuned for more Q&A on CBD. If you’d like to submit a question, please contact Paul the CBD Guy at, and your question could be featured on moreClaremore! 

Stop in at the Claremore store and mention moreClaremore and get 20% off on any CBD tincture!

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