Cbd Candy is a candy that is made from a combination of sugar, corn syrup, baking soda, and artificial flavorings.
When you eat it, it causes your body to produce more of these chemicals.
This makes it a great treat for kids on the autism spectrum.
Cbd is available in a number of different forms, but it has one thing in common with many other candy flavors: they’re not safe for kids to eat.
Some experts have even said it could be harmful for them.
A recent study in the journal Pediatrics found that a small amount of Cbd could be dangerous for some children with autism.
“If a child has autism, they may experience seizures and behavioral problems that can lead to behavioral problems later in life,” said Dr. Jody O. Jones, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says there is no evidence that Cbd causes autism, and it doesn’t recommend children consume it.
“There is some evidence that it can increase risk of certain developmental disorders,” said Sarah L. Cuddy, a professor of pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and director of the Center for Health and Developmental Disabilities Research.
Cuddys team found that children who took Cbd had significantly more severe symptoms of autism, including social impairment, difficulties in socializing, and speech and language problems.
“A significant proportion of those children also had increased risk of developing a range of developmental disorders later in adulthood, including autism,” said Jones.
Jones said that a child who has been exposed to Cbd may have an increased risk for autism in the future.
“The child with Cbd has been shown to have higher risk for developing autism in adulthood than the child without Cbd,” she said.
CBD candy is also known as candy that tastes like candy, candy with a white coating, and candy with black.
“It’s very different than the way you would eat a regular candy,” said Cuddy.
“Cbd is very much a different kind of candy.”
The candy has been on the market for a number the years, but the most recent studies have been conducted on children in the U.S. and Europe.
It’s been a little over a decade since Cbd was first released, but Jones said there’s evidence that kids who have been exposed may be getting a little older.
“We’re talking about kids who are almost 10 years old,” Jones said.
“This has been an issue of concern for some years, and the data suggests that there is a possibility that exposure to CbD may have increased risk, but we’re not sure whether that is the case for children who have had Cbd for a longer period of time.”
But what if you have an older child who doesn’t have autism?
What about kids with other medical conditions that affect their brain?
Jones said the same issues with Cbd could also impact their development.
“Even though there is some data that suggests that Cb has a protective effect against developmental delays in some people, it doesn`t mean that Ccd doesn`’t cause developmental delays, or that it won’t cause other problems,” she added.
Cudys team tested more than 2,000 children ages 7 to 17 and found that one out of every three of them was exposed to some form of Cb or Cbd at some point during the study.
Jones noted that this could also be due to the way candy is made.
“Many candy flavors are made from the sugars and oils that people have in their mouths,” she explained.
“They may not be 100 percent pure, but they’re certainly not a perfect substitute for sugar.
So if your kid is exposed to these things, you’re not necessarily going to get an effect that’s as strong as it would be if you didn’t eat them.”
If you’re concerned about the effects of Cbb, Jones said it’s important to keep in mind that there are many other ways to enjoy candy.
“You don’t have to eat candy every day,” Jones added.
“People can take a piece of candy and have fun with it and enjoy it.
If you don’t like it, you can throw it away.
Thats really all you need to do.”
For more information about Cbd and autism, visit the American Academy.