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Discovered in 1940, CBD is the acronym for cannabidiol, a chemical in the Cannabis sativa plant.
In scientific terms, cannabidiol is a phytocannabinoid (also known as cannabinoid), one over 100 cannabinoids found in the cannabis, and also, hemp plants.
It has many uses and applications, to name a few: pills, tinctures, creams, energy bars, honey sticks, and many other.
It is through the human’s body endocannabinoid system that one can experience CBD’s many benefits and pleasures.
The endocannabinoid system is a network of neurotransmitters that are involved with endocrine function, hormonal balance, central nervous system and other.
A surprise to many of us, the endocannabinoid system contains native cannabis-like substances.
Simple but true.
Your body does support components similar to ones found in cannabis. When cannabinoids are added to the human body, health-positive actions occur.
Hemp oil is often used to refer to the CBD-rich product extracted from the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant – which is CBD oil.
CBD oil is derived from both hemp and marijuana plants. Both hemp and marijuana are cannabis plants – they are just different varieties.
It’s up to you to 1) know the exact laws for where you live; 2) it’s important to understand that looking into the laws of each country (and state) is a necessity, as there are different regulations pertaining to the source of CBD and the amount of THC permitted in the products you carry.
Multiple scientific studies have shown great promise in how CBD has helped many people deal with multiple issues, such as: Anxiety, Pain, Depression, Nausea, Sleep Disorder, Migraine