CBD guidance

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of many naturally present cannabinoids that naturally occur in the cannabis plant. CBD, unlike THC, doesn’t create a psychoactive affect and is often known for its capacity to deliver many mental and physical benefits.

What are the benefits of CBD?

Many people who ingest or take CBD oil use it as a nutritional supplement. It is often used for its powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety effects, it is also used to relieve pain. It has even been approved in Canada for multiple sclerosis and cancer pain. Taking CBD can reduce chronic pain and prevent nervous system degeneration. CBD has been shown to reduce levels of stress, those suffering from conditions such as social anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and PTSD could benefit greatly. CBD has also been used to reduce inflammation, promote healthy weight, improve heart health, improve skin conditions, and even fight cancer.

Does CBD get you high?

CBD will not give you a “high” because it is missing the psychoactive cannabinoid Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). No matter the serving size, CBD does not get its user high. 

What is the right amount of CBD? How much CBD should I use?
What is the difference between Isolate and Full Spectrum CBD?
Will I pass a drug test after taking CBD?

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