FAQ’s about the basics of CBD
What is CBD oil?
CBD stands for Cannabidiol. It is the most dominant of 80 different cannabinoids in the hemp plant. Plant-derived CBD is referred to as a phytocannabinoid and possesses similar properties as animal produced endocannabinoids. It has shown significant human health benefits in numerous clinical trails.
What is CBD oil made from?
Both marijuana and hemp come from the plant species Cannabis sativa. Our CBD oil is derived from industrial hemp.
Can I get “high” from using CBD?
Because CBD contains less than 0.3% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol is the principal psychoactive component of cannabis), it does not have psychoactive effects on humans. While you may feel calm and relaxed, it will not get you “high.” (Any cannabis plant containing more that 0.3% THC is considered marijuana.)
What does CBD oil do?
Once CBD was isolated in the 1940s, it was discovered that there are specific cannabinoid receptors on both animal and human cells. This system of receptors is called the endocannabinoid system. In the 1990s, two major receptors were identified: CB1 and CB2. CBD interacts to a greater degree on the CB2 receptors that are located on immune cells. This interaction signals molecular pathways of the immune system exerting direct anti-oxidant effects.
What are the positive effects of taking CBD oil?
CBD has been studied and found in both in vivo and in vitro studies to exert anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-nausea, anti-emetic, anti-psychotic, anti-ischemic, anxiolytic and anti-epileptic, nuero-protective, and anti-cancer actions that may offer significant human health benefits.
What is CBD oil used for?
Most people use CBD on a daily basis or as needed to help manage chronic issues of anxiety, stress, and pain.
Where do your products come from?
We have selected what we believe to be the highest quality and most effective organic CBD oil and CBD flowers on the market. We have chosen manufactures that source their CBD from around the world including hemp from Spain, Norway, Colorado, and Oregon.