What is CBD ?

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a naturally occurring chemical compound from plants in the cannabis family, including the hemp plant. CBD is just one of more than a hundred different types of cannabinoids, the molecules produced uniquely by cannabis plants. Unlike the cannabinoid THC, short for tetrahydrocannabinol, CBD is not psychoactive. This means that CBD does not cause the high associated with marijuana. Instead CBD reportedly lowers anxiety levels, reduces pain and inflammatory, treats some forms of seizures, and results in feelings of relaxation.

The Cannabis sativa variety of plant produces both hemp and marijuana. The difference is the percentage of THC in the plant. Cannabis with 0.3 percent or less of THC content classifies as hemp, while cannabis containing more than 0.3 percent of THC is considered marijuana.

  • Sleep

  • Appetite

  • Immune

  • Pleasure

  • Pain

  • Inflammation

  • And more!

Is CBD Legal in all 50 States ?

Yes, as long as they are derived from hemp, not marijuana, and contain less than 0.3% THC. No medical marijuana card is required to buy or use hemp-derived CBD products.

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

THC is the main psychoactive compound in marijuana. It's what makes people feel "high.".

We have two types of cannabinoid receptors in our bodies. THC binds with receptors -- mostly in the brain -- that control pain, mood, and other feelings. That's why THC can make you feel euphoric and give you that so-called high.

 

CBD doesn't cause that high. Instead, it's thought to work with other elements in the body linked to feelings of well-being.

Will CBD get me High?

CBD doesn't cause a high like THC. CBD does have some positive health benefits, like helping people with anxiety and depression. If you're seeking out CBD as a means to get high, you won't experience that.

What is the difference between ISOLATE,BROAD SPECTRUM, AND FULL SPECTRUM CBD?

  • Full Spectrum

    • Created from hemp through full plant extraction

    • Includes all active hemp-derived cannabinoids, including <0.3% THC

    • Also contains plant terpenes, flavonoids, vitamins, minerals, plant proteins all from original hemp source

    • All compounds work together in what is known as the Entourage Effect to multiply the potential health benefits


  • Broad Spectrum

    • Created by taking Full Spectrum extract and further processing it to remove trace amounts of THC

    • Includes most active hemp-derived cannabinoids, except THC

    • Just like Full Spectrum, all compounds work together in what is known as the Entourage Effect to multiply the potential health benefits

  • Isolate

    • Created by removing all other molecules except CBD from the Full Spectrum extract

    • All that remains is a white powder that is at least 99% pure CBD with 0.0% THC

How do I take CBD?

Edibles Edibles are a great and discreet way to try CBD. Edibles take up to two hours to kick in, and you’ll absorb about 20 to 30 percent of the CBD you consume.

Topicals CBD topicals are designed to be applied directly to the skin. You can find CBD-infused lotions, balms, creams, salves, and transdermal patches. Topicals are a great choice when it comes to treating localized pain or skin conditions like eczema in a discreet fashion.

Vaping and Smoking You can smoke high-CBD cannabis flower in a joint, use a vaporizer with a cartridge that contains CBD oil, or even inhale CBD concentrates such as sugar waxes with any vape pen that has a chamber for concentrates.

Vaping and smoking allow the CBD to go directly into your bloodstream, so you’ll feel effects much faster than you will with other methods. In 10 minutes or less, you’ll absorb 34 to 56 percent of the CBD. Vaped or smoked CBD takes effect in 10 minutes or less, and you’ll absorb about 34 to 56 percent of the CBD you consume. However, vaping may cause other negative health effects.

Can I cook with CBD?

Cannabidiol, or CBD, oil has become increasingly popular for its potential therapeutic effects, ranging from stress management to skincare. CBD is available in a variety of forms, including pills, capsules, and edibles, but oils and tinctures allow for more customized CBD dosage and the ability to easily add cannabidiol to your cooking. Cooking with CBD oil not only helps to cover up the flavor of the compound, but also makes the overall process more fun. Here are a few links for some recipe

https://choosingchia.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-cooking-with-cbd-oil/

https://purekana.com/blogs/news/tips-for-cooking-with-cbd-oil/

https://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/recipe-collections-favorites/popular-ingredients/cooking-with-cbd-oil

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