CBD is short for cannabidiol. It’s one of 104 chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant and has become an increasingly popular and trending natural ingredient. CBD is said to have a myriad of possible benefits and unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the primary psychoactive element in marijuana – CBD cannot get you high.
Cannabinoids are part of a class of chemicals, they can be defined as; any group of closely related compounds which include cannabinol and the active constituents of cannabis.
Terpenes, -Terpenes are the compounds responsible for the aroma and color of cannabis or hemp – in which CBD can be derived.
Cannabidiol is all natural. It’s being used in health and wellness world and scientific studies are done daily to further study its health benefits. CBD is said to have several possible help with relaxation and stress relief, to tackling everyday aches and pains.
CBD works by reacting with the body’s endocannabinoid system to speed up regulation function of the brain, endocrine (hormones), and immune tissues.
Everyone reacts differently.
Read the Label or ask your health care provider.
CO2 extracted hemp oil is hemp oil which is extracted from the hemp plant using CO2.
a solvent like substance
It’s said that CBD can work much more effectively when combined with THC and this is all down to what is called the ‘entourage effect’. This means that the two components when combined interact and work better within our bodies to create a stronger effect. The THC basically enables CBD to do its job better. On the other hand, however, 0% THC can also be very effective in producing unique health benefits and is suitable for all users – such as pregnant women.
Hemp extract is hemp that is normally derived from the seeds and stalks of the hemp plant. This means that it does not contain the same number of cannabinoids found in cannabis derived CBD and will only contain trace amounts of THC.
CBD that is mixed with food like candy cookies ingredients that you can eat
CBD gummies are edible CBD infused gummy sweets.
A CBD tincture is an extract of CBD from the cannabis plant dissolved in MCT (medium-chain triglycerides). Tinctures are highly convenient and also tend to have a pretty long shelf life, to consume you simply place under the tongue where it can be easily absorbed into the bloodstream after 2-3 minutes. It’s one of the quickest ways to get CBD into your system and the dosage can be increased or decreased depending on the number of drops taken.
The endocannabinoid system is a biological system composed of endocannabinoids. It regulates the function of the brain, endocrine (hormones), and immune tissues. It was identified in the early 90s by a group of researchers who were exploring the well-known cannabinoid THC. The ECS however exists in everyone’s bodies even if you don’t use cannabis and so far, we know that it plays a role in regulating a range of processes like sleep, mood, appetite, memory, reproduction and fertility.
USDA-certified is an organic labeling term that indicated food or other agricultural products, in this case CBD, have been grown and produced through organizational approved methods. The organic standards describe the specific requirements that must be verified by the official USDA-accredited certifying agents before products can be legally be labeled USDA organic. USDA simply stands the U.S department of agriculture.