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Dr. Jeremy Landry, D.C. with Kansas City Laser-Like Lipo talks about the best CBD oil from a company called American Shaman, what it is, how it interacts with your ECS (Endocannabinoid System), potential benefits of using CBD oil, and his own personal success story with using CBD oil from American Shaman.

Over the past few years CBD oil has become a popular topic in the media due to the legalization of marijuana in several states for both medicinal and recreational purposes. A lot of research remains to be done on CBD oil and how it impacts and can help the body, but people’s success stories from using CBD oil never fail to amaze. Before beginning to use CBD oil it’s wise to talk with your primary care physician, especially if you are on any medications. There have been reports of CBD interacting with some medications.

Here is the link to American Shaman:

Here is the link to the American Shaman Full Spectrum Water Soluble CBD Oil:

Here is a link to a great article on CBD oil dosage:

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