Seven months ago, the United States hit Peak CBD, at least according
to Google Trends. During the high point, in May, Google received more
than three times as many queries for CBD as it did for Beyoncé. CBD
belongs to a class of chemicals called cannabinoids, dozens of which
have been identified in cannabis and hemp plants, and just a couple
of years ago, it was virtually unknown in the U.S .. What is CBD, why
is it everywhere now, and what does it do?
That last question can't be reliably answered - the research just
isn't there yet. But the knowledge gap hasn't done much to dampen
consumer interest in CBD, and manufacturers looking for the next big
thing have already started experimenting with lesser-known
cannabinoids like cannabinol, or CBN. Cannabinoids are a salesman's
dream: When little is known, virtually anything can be passed off as
Americans aren't waiting for more formal answers on what cannabinoids
can do for them, and neither is the consumer-products industry that
has helped pique their curiosity. Now is the ideal time to market
novel, inexpensive, widely available substances outside the traditional
health-care industry. In the United States, two-thirds of people who
file for bankruptcy cite medical problems as a major factor. GoFundMe
hosts regular crowdfunding efforts in which people literally beg for
their life. In 2018, more than 130 people in the United States died
from opioid overdoses every day. ..
Thus it's like a herd of zombifyed guinea pigs on substances.
Such zombies will hardly arrange protests against the government.
Но зaтo стaли ускoрeнно сaмoубивaтьcя oвердoзaми и дpугими cпoсoбaми.