Around the globe, millions use and can vouch for hugely positive CBD oil effects. This population includes many celebrities who are not afraid to answer "Yes!" to the question "Does CBD oil work?"
Read on to learn who in the spotlight openly endorses medical cannabis and CBD oil; also learn more about the effects you can expect from it.
Top of the list is certainly Morgan Freeman, a longtime recreational user, who has never been too shy to talk about marijuana's role in his life. Cannabis became a lifesaver for him to treat pain and fibromyalgia after a serious car accident. In an interview withThe Daily Beast, he was open about his support of legalizing medical marijuana:
"Marijuana has many useful uses,” he says. “I have fibromyalgia pain in this arm, and the only thing that offers any relief is marijuana. They’re talking about kids who have grand mal seizures, and they’ve discovered that marijuana eases that down to where these children can have a life. That right there, to me, says, ‘Legalize it across the board!’" 
The stunning Golden Globe-nominated actress happened upon CBD oil by chance. Chatting about the pain her beautiful heels caused her, Moore said in an interview withCoveteur: "This year I’m trying some CBD oil on my feet, which my stylist recommended. I asked her if there was some kind of numbing cream, and she was like, ‘No! [Try] ... CBD Oil.’ So it could be a really exciting evening! I could be floating this year,” and we are sure she did. 
Snoop Dogg has never been reticent about his recreational use and endorsement of medical marijuana. Recently, he even put his money where his mouth is and invested millions in a U.K. company doing medical cannabis research.
Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies invests in research in pain and inflammation therapies, cancer treatments, and remedies for gastrointestinal diseases, according to theU.K. Independent. 
Another celeb who is very open about her own use of CBD oil for medical purposes, Goldberg is unafraid to comment publicly about the government's deficiencies.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie opposes most state attempts to improve its medical marijuana program, as well as proposals to include menstrual pain on the list of qualifying conditions.
Whoopi is a fearless advocate not only for CBD oil and medical cannabis but also for women's rights. She has her own cannabis product line aimed at the female market, and she recently said in aDaily Beast interview:
"It’s not too hard for me (to manage my business from the East Coast)—but what is hard is that when it comes to menstrual cramps, my governor in New Jersey doesn’t believe that’s a real pain. He’s said that a couple of times...[Medical marijuana] is the new penicillin. There are so many things it helps, why wouldn’t you want this in our lives?" 
She also fearlessly took on Jeff Sessions, famous for his conservative views on cannabis and its medical uses.
“You know, not everybody drinks, but we still have bars and shit—so why not dispensaries? Mr. Sessions, you’re going to have to rethink how you want to do this, and the states are saying that. These arcane ideas don’t have a place anymore. If you’re OK with oxycodone being given to people, why aren’t you OK with cannabis being prescribed to people? It’s mind-boggling that people can ignore something that is this important.”
She's not the only eloquent celebrity in this quest to make CBD oil effects public along with its medical uses.
Funnyman Joe Rogan, famous for "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, is equally vocal about his endorsement of CBD. In a recent interview with theBaltimore Post-Examiner, he aimed to educate his audience, and he did so admirably.
"Everybody should understand that cannabidiol is non-psychoactive compound, which is found in the cannabis plant. Most of the traditional medicine corporations are against the usage.
Nevertheless, thousands of people are still rooting for CBD because it has successfully worked for the patients with inflammation, chronic arthritis, headaches and with many more diseases.
Advil and Ibuprofen are among the most popular medications, which are mainly used to reduce the pain due to a headache. On the contrary, cannabidiol does the same, although it is a completely natural mixture with no chemicals within it." 
With names like Victoria's Secret, Armani, Dior, and Next under her belt, this Brazilian beauty queen and model is also open about CBD effects on her health. She endorses it for insomnia and anxiety.
"CBD oil has helped to increase sleeping time and make the nerves calm down. It definitely is a go-to source product for those who want to get rid of anxiety too." 
The pharmacology and pharmacokinetics behind CBD and medical cannabis's success are complex and not within the scope of this article.
Yet unless you're a medical professional, it is not necessary to understand the science in order to benefit from CBD oil.
There is enough convincing medical evidence that CBD oil can be a therapeutic agent in the treatment of a great number of medical conditions.
A 2017 pre-review report by the World Health Organization (WHO) on cannabidiol lists the following as conditions against which CBD shows promising effects.
Regarding its potential for abuse, the WHO report states: "At present, there are no case reports of abuse or dependence relating to the use of pure CBD. There are also no published statistics on the non-medical use of pure CBD." 
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More clinical, well-designed research is needed into medical cannabis and CBD oil effects, but since it is so safe, you can experiment with it yourself. Most states in the U.S. have legalized the use of CBD for therapeutic purposes and have medical marijuana programs implemented already. Be sure to invest in a quality CBD oil to ensure the best outcomes.