Studies have shown that cannabidiol is effective for helping with neurological and psychological health conditions like epilepsy, anxiety, depression, PTSD and more.

You can take CBD oil by itself by mouth, or use one of many products that has it as an ingredient. These include pills, chewable gels, “tinctures” you drop under your tongue, vape cartridges you breathe in, creams on your skin, and foods like chocolate bars.

The World Health Organization's committee on Drug Dependence, cannabidiol is a non-habit forming substance.

Cannabidiol has been found effective in treatment of pain, inflammation and anxiety in most common pets.

CBD will not make you high. While both THC and CBD are cannabinoids, THC is the psycho-active compound that creates the “high” associated with marijuana. CBD has an entirely different effect on the body.

Most CBD is extracted from the leaves, flowers and stalks of the cannabis plant via solvent or heat extraction methods. In most cases steam is used to extract the oil in a gentle and effective way.

Benefits of CBD

  • Reduce Anxiety and Depression
  • Can alleviate Cancer-related symptoms
  • Reduce Acne; gets rid of bacteria
  • Might help with Neuroprotective Properties
  • Benefits Heart health; reducing blood pressure and preventing heart damage.
  • Antipsychotic effects
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Anti-tumor effects
  • Diabetes prevention

Our body and brain make our own cannabinoids. When eaten, smoked, vaped, or otherwise put into the body, CBD and other cannabinoids integrate with the ECS system and that’s how your body becomes "better"

Cannabinoids are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antianxiety, and immunosuppressive.

Humans also have an endocannabinoid system (ECS), its function is to stabilize our internal environment---- temperature, mood, memory, immune system and more (pretty much whatever goes on internally in our system.

CBG is known as the “mother of all cannabinoids because all other cannabinoids start with CBG. CBG interacts directly with endocannabinoid receptors CB1 & CB2. It is also low in the concentration of Hemp. CBG shows more potential to be a better treatment option for many conditions.

CBD interacts indirectly with endocannabinoids CB1 and CB2.

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