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CBD that you are seeing is the hemp plant. A close MJ cousin without the THC.

CBD, hemp seed oil, is not covered by any sort of insurance. There are still too many unknowns about it. Research is needed.
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Medicare covers prescriptions for legitimate drugs approved by the FDA that went through tough scrutiny proving that it was therapeutic. Currently there is not enough evidence via studies that it helps with pain relief. There are some out there that shows evidence for anxiety relief. There will eventually need to be packaging for a consistant dose. So right now, it is considered an over the counter substance.
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No. Almost all CBD oils are federally illegal, on planes, in nursing facilities, by prescription and etc. Problem is that even those that say they take out all the THC do not, are unable to, so they are federally restricted even if legal in your state. Extended care facilities will not administer them as part of a medical regimine either.
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I don't think Medicare covers over the counter medications.
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