What is CBD?

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a chemical compound from the Cannabis sativa plant, which is also known as marijuana, according to the US National Library of Medicine. Cannabis sativa is an ancient medicinal plant known for thousands of years.

Some argue that the medical significance of CBD is greater than the significance of THC. Its lack of psychotropic effects is a huge advantage, as CBD can thus be safely consumed without a state of intoxication which could have side effects. CBD is also known for its myriad of health benefits, many of which are still under investigation.

CBD oil is produced by extracting CBD from a cannabis plant, then mixed with a "carrier" - an oil component such as coconut or hemp oil.

"CBD does not cause
any psychoactive effects
and is mostly legal
all over the world."


Differnece between CBD and THC:

CBD is not psychoactive.

CBD improves immunity, sleep, mood, appetite. CBD can suppress anxiety and depression, helps relieve pain. It can reduce the occurrence of acne. It may have neuroprotective properties and It can help in the treatment of heart disease.

THC is psychoactive.

Can cause a dry mouth, feeling hungry, intrusive paranoid thoughts, anxiety, apathy. THC increases blood pressure, slowing down reactions, can make you memory worse.

How CBD Works?

Like other cannabinoids, CBD is a trigger that binds to receptors in the human body and triggers certain reactions. Certain cannabinoid receptors are abundant in the central nervous system, while others are found in the so-called peripheral organs of the human body. In addition, they are also found in the skin.

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