A-listers including Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Aniston, and Kim Kardashian, are some of CBDs biggest proponents. Here, a few of CBD’s famous fans explain why they’re hooked on the ingredient, which is Before you go out and buy CBD gummies that purportedly help to treat diabetes or to quit smoking, please know that these
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CBD is in literally everything—you can drink it, you can bathe in it, you can slather it on from head to toe. And it seems Hollywood’s biggest names are doing just that. Never ones to say no to the latest wellness trend (CBD has been transforming the self-care industry, thanks to its alleged calming effects on the body and mind), A-listers including Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, and Kim Kardashian, are some of CBDs biggest proponents. Here, a few of CBD’s famous fans explain why they’re hooked on the ingredient.
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- Multiple celebrities have been falsely linked to a CBD gummy product, and the misinformation keeps coming.
Before you go out and buy CBD gummies that purportedly help to treat diabetes or to quit smoking, please know that these people are not endorsing or selling them: Baptist pastor Charles Stanley, TV evangelists Joel Olsteen and Pat Robertson, former Shark Tank contestants Donna and Rosy Khalife, neurosurgeon and CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, actor Kevin Costner, and celebrity surgeon and Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz.
We’ve fact-checked claims about all of these people — blog posts that look like news articles that are actually advertisements falsely claiming celebrity endorsements — and yet the cannabidiol misinformation continues to spread online.
A Jan. 31 Facebook post suggesting that Dr. Phil McGraw was endorsing CBD gummies to fight dementia has inspired us to set the record straight about posts you might see on social media touting a celebrity-backed CBD gummy product: those posts are scams, including the one about Dr. Phil.
The Jan. 31 post was flagged as part of Facebook’s efforts to combat false news and misinformation on its News Feed. (Read more about our partnership with Facebook.)
If you click on the post’s link, which has a picture of Dr. Phil standing in front of a gummy bears with the words “bye bye dementia…” written above, it brings you to what looks like a news article with this headline: “Dr. Phil & Dr. Oz discuss how Martha Stewart’s 20 second ritual for restoring forgotten memories has gone viral.”