Benefits of and Information About CBD

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What is CBD?
CBD is short for Cannabidiol, which is one of the main active cannabinoids found in cannabis. CBD is known for its medicinal properties. CBD Oil does not contain, or contains very low doses of, THC which is the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. In other words, it’s a part of the cannabis plant that will not get you “high” and has many different health benefits.

 

How does CBD Work?

CBD works by basically interacting with certain receptors in the brain by stimulating some, and by blocking others. By stimulating or blocking these receptors it has a positive effect on the parts of the body that those receptors control.

While some people label CBD as a drug or a medicine, a better was to think of it is as a Vitamin. As with any vitamin, its effects aren’t felt immediately but over time you’ll notice an overall improvement in your symptoms.

Are there any side effects in using CBD?

CBD is well tolerated by a majority of people, however it is a plant based substance and allergic reactions could occur in a small percentage of people. It’s best to talk with your doctor that knows your medical history before using CBD. Discontinue use if you have any adverse reactions.

What are the benefits of using CBD?

While research is ongoing, CBD has been found effective in some people for

Relieving Pain and Inflammation

Reducing Anxiety

To Help Fight Cancer

Relieve Nausea

Lower Incidence of Diabetes

Promote Cardiovascular Health

Relieve Symptoms of Crohn’s Disease and Irritable Bowel

It also has Anti-psychotic Effects plus many more health benefits

Is CBD Legal?

CBD is legal in the United States and most other countries.  Since CBD is non-psychoactive and does not contain THC, it is not a controlled substance. Currently manufacturers of CBD do have to obey certain rules, but the average consumer does not need to worry about the legality of having or using it.

 

 

 

***These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Use of this information is at your own risk.  Consult a qualified physician before use.

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