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DR. FRANKEL IN HUFFINGTON POST

“Can CBD curb your appetite? Quash anxiety? Protect your heart and brain? Anecdotal evidence for these and other health benefits has created a surge, a potential tsunami of demand for CBD products.”

Click here to read the full Huffington Post article where Dr. Frankel and GreenBridge have been featured.

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I just listened to your interview on pelvic messenger radio. My pelvic pain has been present for four years but presently it’s at a lower level, but I’ve been considering the cannibus (CBD ) route . Have you heard of this company in Colorado? Their fairly new. I tried a 25 mg capsule for a 2 hour car ride and was quite comfortable compared to a significant increase of pain with sitting after 15 to 30 minutes . This cBD capsule was made from a hemp plant and you mentioned hemp
Plants are worthless, that it’s never been used as a medicine plant . Here is their link and page that describes their process. How do you come with that conclusion ? http://imbuebotanicals.com/journal/is-cbd-from-marijuana-plants-really-better/

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Allan Frankel, MD
March 7, 2017 3:32 pm

I have been working with CBD for seven years. It is not that the CBD is different in Hemp; the molecule is the same. The difference is that the cannabis plant is the “medicine” plant and has over 700 terpenes, flavonoids, waxes and more. We have done a number of comparison studies with dozens of patients and I feel certain Cannabis, as a medicine, is far superior to hemp.

Check out a blog I wrote named “CBD vs CBD”. Also, CBD is not the only cannabinoid we use for Pelvic Pain. We use both THC and THC-Acid.

I am not saying they are worthless, but for certain, whole plant cannabis is a much better product. Also, in Colorado you can find whole plant CBD so why go with hemp?

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Jose Espinoza
March 12, 2017 1:10 am

Dr allan.medicine side effects.are dizzenes can marihuana help with those side effects.thank you sincerely jose

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Allan Frankel, MD
March 13, 2017 2:31 pm

CBD often helps with Dizziness or vertigo. Also, THC-Acid helps. Perhaps consider a phone consult?

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I see that you advise a call to your office most times for a consult. I would like to know how costly that is and how I can find a doctor to issue a card so I can get help for RLS. Thank you.

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Allan Frankel, MD
March 17, 2017 1:45 pm

Well, if patients are able to come in, it is always best, but we have contact and help many patients outside of California. Our initial consultation is $300. It is one hour long and we include a number of messages as part of the follow up and do not charge for this. If you live in California, getting a “card” is pretty easy.

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Reggie Hanaford
March 19, 2017 6:53 pm

Does Dr. Frankel have a financial interest in any products that he recommends?

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Allan Frankel, MD
March 20, 2017 4:03 am

This is Dr. Frankel. I have zero financial interest in the products I recommend. To ensure the products that I recommend to patients are of the correct formulations, I consult to collectives but do not receive compensation of any kind.

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Cynthia Travaglio
March 25, 2017 11:30 pm

Dr. Frankel, do you treat for diagnosed, moderate to severe inattentive ADD? I also have moderate to severe depression brought on by the ADD.

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Cynthia Travaglio
March 26, 2017 12:09 am

Dr Frankel, also, I think I should add that I’ve had some amazing results for my ADD, from smoking pot but after a couple of weeks I no longer have the results. I just have the dependence. I’m so hoping that you understand what I’m talking about and you can help me with this, without the high or the dependence.
Thank you and anxiously waiting for your reply, Cynthia

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Allan Frankel, MD
March 27, 2017 2:32 pm

I fully understand what you are saying. I believe we can work out a treatment plan combining CBD, THC and possibly some THC-A. I would like to work with you as we are seeing good results with ADD using CBD with minimal THC. I feel optimistic, based upon our previous results with similar patients, that there is a pretty good chance of achieving some level of success and hopefully be very successful.

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