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CBD Gummies Scam 19 June, 2020 at 1:39 PM ELC is excited to announce that we will be offering our three summer Junior campus programs (at UCLA, UCSB, and Boston) as well as our Adult Campus Curious to try CBD? Here's what you need to know about cannabidiol and CBD gummies, which can relieve anxiety, pain, and inflammation. Solidarité Femmes, c'est un réseau d'associations spécialisées dans l'accueil, l'accompagnement et l'hébergement des femmes victimes de violences. Plus de…

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ELC is excited to announce that we will be offering our three summer Junior campus programs (at UCLA, UCSB, and Boston) as well as our Adult Campus program (at UCLA) for summer of 2022. Please contact Jennifer McEleney at [email protected] for more information or to book a course.

19 June, 2020 at 1:39 PM

ELC is excited to announce that we will be offering our three summer Junior campus programs (at UCLA, UCSB, and Boston) as well as our Adult Campus program (at UCLA) for summer of 2022. Please contact Jennifer McEleney at [email protected] for more information or to book a course.

Are CBD Gummies a Scam, or Do They Really Work?

Last year, “CBD gummies” was the third most googled food in the entire U.S. So yeah, you’ve likely heard of these little nuggets that contain cannabidiol (aka CBD), the part of weed that chills you out but not the part that inspires you to down a party-size bag of Doritos. Maybe you’ve even heard reviews—from stoner and non-stoner friends alike—about how the non-hallucinogenic bites are ideal for erasing Big Stress Energy or helping you wind down before bed. And you’ve probably still got questions. Great, ’cause we’ve got answers.

Are you sure these work?

It does sound kinda like a scam, but solid scientific studies show that CBD can latch onto cells in your gut and immune system, relieving anxiety, pain, and inflammation, says Joseph Maroon, MD, a clinical professor of neurological surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. But that’s the pure stuff—there’s no legit research on the effectiveness of CBD in gummy form. In other words: They maybe work (at least, they did for our editors—see our own reviews below!).

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How many do I have to eat?

Figuring out whether you’ll need 2 or 10 to calm the hell down is (you guessed it) also a mystery, says Jeffrey Bost, a clinical instructor at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Start with one gummy per day. Nada? Try two. Still nada? Slowly up your dose until you get some results. It’s pretty tough to OD on CBD, says Bost. The worst side effects of very high doses are drowsiness and mood changes. (And pls note that the long-term effects are still TBD.)

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Where can I even buy some (without, um, getting arrested)?

If you live in a state where all types of ­devil’s lettuce are legal, you can buy CBD ­gummies almost ­anywhere—even at some gas stations. For everyone else, there’s the interwebs. Amazon sells them and can ship to your door for about $40 (yeah, chillin’ ain’t cheap).

Is that legal? Again…sort of, says Franklin Snyder, a professor at Texas A&M University School of Law. Late last year, CBD made from legally grown jazz cabbage was bumped off the government’s list of seriously illegal drugs; the FDA even approved it to treat epilepsy. And while it’s now fine to sell CBD in a tincture, oil, or lip balm, technically companies still can’t put it in food. And gummies = food, says Snyder. That said, buying a bottle isn’t a crime.

How do I know if a brand is legit?

Call the company’s customer service and ask for its CBD quality test records, says Ashley Lewis, CEO and cofounder of Fleur Marché, a Sephora-like marketplace of hemp-based swag. “That’s the most reliable way to know how much CBD, if any, is in each gummy,” she adds. And don’t get suckered by hempseed oil—not the same thing.

We came, we ate, we chilled

The Cosmo staff took a bunch of CBD gummies, and here’s what happened.

“Instead of a much-needed post-work drink, I downed four gummies. Not long after, I was smiling for a little too long at my boyfriend’s bad jokes.” —Katie, 28

“One massive frog made me way too laid-back for an important Tuesday afternoon meeting with my boss. But I’m not mad.” —Meredith, 39

“I popped three while getting ready for bed—usually when I have my most anxious brain—and by the time I hit the pillow, I felt chilled out.” —Hannah, 26

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She faced sexual harassment on the job, now this massage therapist is educating others on how to protect themselves

Priscilla Fleming became a licensed massage therapist in 2019 to help people. What she didn’t expect was sexual harassment, which she says began almost instantly. “At that point I now had to process this traumatic experience while also navigating a brand new industry that put me alone in a dark room with strangers. So I really contemplated just leaving the industry all together between the vulgar messages and then trying to navigate that. I wasn’t sure if it was worth it, but I stuck it out, “ says Fleming. In response, Fleming launched the ethics course, “Safety & Solicitation: Gaslighting and Power Dynamics” to help other therapists recognize threatening behavior from clients. She’s also on a mission to combat harmful stereotypes that plague the massage industry. The dangers facing massage therapists made headlines last month, when NFL quarterback Deshuan Watson was suspended by the Cleveland Browns for 11 games and given a $5 million fine after he was accused of sexual misconduct by 24 massage therapists. Allegations included Watson exposing himself and manipulating therapists into touching him in an inappropriate manner. Two of the women also accused Watson of pressuring them to perform oral sex. While Watson has repeatedly denied the claims, 23 of the 24 civil lawsuits have been settled. In an interview with Sports Radio 610, Watson’s lawyer, Rusty Hardin, claimed that a ‘happy ending’ was not a crime unless extra money was paid for the service. “I feel as though he single handedly put a lot of us at risk to be assaulted,” says Fleming. “The NFL is a very large, well known industry and there is a very large fan base. So by his lawyer making these allegations, I’m afraid that this is going to empower that fan base to come and seek what Dashaun Watson was receiving.” With her ethics course, Fleming spends considerable time educating other therapists about gaslighting and grooming tactics used by predatory clients. Gaslighting involves manipulating someone by sowing self doubt in what they are experiencing, and grooming is a process of seeing how far a predator can push past a person’s personal boundaries. Fleming notes that in the therapeutic relationship, the licensed therapist is granted the power to lead the dynamic in a professional setting. She says that when that power dynamic shifts, therapists may find themselves operating in threatening territory.

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