7 Celebrities: Who Endorse CBD Oil

Thanks to growing legality and accessibility, CBD has become increasingly more popular.  More and more studies are discovering that many potential health benefits come with using cannabidiol.  Even celebrities have been using CBD for its many benefits.  Here are just a few who endorse CBD.

  1. Michael J. Fox

Best known for starring in the Back to the Future trilogy and the original Teen Wolf, Michael J. Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1991 at the age of 29. He has since begun using CBD as a means of alleviating his Parkinson’s symptoms. The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research has found that a high amount of cannabinoid receptors are found in the human basal ganglia, a group of brain cells responsible for movement and affected by Parkinson’s disease. Several studies funded by MJFF have found that cannabinoids, like CBD, may help to protect brain cells via antioxidant and anti-inflammatory mechanisms.

  1. Nate Diaz

Nate Diaz is an American MMA fighter currently signed with UFC. Along with a laundry list of wins and honors, Nate Diaz is known for his feud with Conor McGregor. After falling to McGregor at UFC 202, Diaz openly smoked his vape pen at the post-match press conference. Diaz admitted to smoking CBD as a means of supporting the healing process, reducing inflammation, and generally helping him concentrate during fights and training.

  1. Jennifer Aniston

Probably best known for her portrayal of Rachel in the long-running series Friends, Jennifer Aniston has admitted to the use of CBD. Aniston has touted her use of CBD products as a means of improving her physical and mental health, helping her to reduce pain and relieve stress.

  1. Montel Williams

Former TV host, radio talk show host, and actor, Montel Williams turned to CBD after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1999. Multiple sclerosis is a disease of the brain and spinal cord caused by the immune system mistakenly attacking and eating away the myelin covering the protects nerve cells. Some studies suggest that CBD may help to relieve symptoms of multiple sclerosis, and it seems to have worked out for Williams. He has since teamed up with CBD brands to promote hemp-derived CBD capsules that are 100 percent free of THC, the chemical responsible for psychoactive effects.

  1. Melissa Etheridge

Praised singer-songwriter and winner of two Grammy Awards among 15 nominations since she began her music career in 1988, Melissa Etheridge is a true music legend. In 2004, Etheridge was diagnosed with breast cancer and had to undergo chemotherapy and surgical procedures. Etheridge turned to CBD as a means of coping with the pain and discomfort following her cancer treatments. She has since fully recovered from breast cancer, but Etheridge continues to advocate for cannabis legalization.

  1. Steve Kerr

Steve Kerr has won five NBA championships, three with the Chicago Bulls and two with the San Antonio Spurs. He holds the record for highest career three-point percentage in NBA history. As the current head coach of the Golden State Warriors, Kerr has led the team to three championships and was awarded Coach of the Year in 2016.

In the summer of 2015, Kerr underwent lower back surgery. However, mistakes in the surgery led to cerebrospinal fluid leaks. These leaks were debilitating, causing headaches, vomiting, nausea, and impairment of the senses. The symptoms were bad enough that Kerr was absent for more than half of the regular 2016-2017 season. In order to manage the pain, Kerr turned to CBD and medical marijuana. He has since become an advocate, especially as an alternative to more powerful and potentially addictive prescription painkillers.

  1. Kristen Bell

An award-winning actress in film, TV, and theatre, Kristen Bell may be best known for Veronica Mars. Bell uses CBD oil for her anxiety as well as CBD lotion to help soothe sore muscles after her workouts.


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