1What is CBD?
CBD is the common abbreviation of the term cannibinadol, a drug that accounts for about 40% of the cannabis plant's extract.
2What is CBD oil?
CBD oil is a concentrated liquid extract of the Cannabis sativa plant.
3How does CBD work?
The human body has something called the endocannabinoid system that essentially translates signals received from cannabinoids when they enter the body. When CBD is used, it helps inhibit or activate certain compounds in the ECS.
4What is the difference between CBD and hemp?
Unlike CBD, hemp does not contain any cannabinoids, but is rather nutrient and vitamin-rich.
5What is CBD used for?
There are a myriad of beneficial effects that CBD offers. The most well-known are its ability to help reduce pain. It is also known to have anti-anxiety effects as well as help with symptoms of depression.
6Why should I choose CBD over medical cannabis?
The most prominent reason why people choose CBD over medical cannabis is because of the "high" factor. Often times the psychoactive effects of THC can be inhibiting, especially in workplace settings and other situations where a clear head and focused attention is needed. For this reason, CBD is preferable over medical cannabis.
7What does broad spectrum mean?
CBD isolate is CBD that has had all traces of THC, terpenes, cannabinoids, and flavonoids, removed from it, while full-spectrum CBD keeps these residual traces within it. Broad-spectrum CBD is simply a bit of both, keeping the benefits of full-spectrum CBD while guaranteeing no THC can be found within it.
8Will I feel any effects from using CBD products?
CBD products will not produce any kind of psychoactive high. However its effects can reduce the feelings of pain and can potentially improve clarity of thought.
9Can I overdose on CBD?
There are no known cases of CBD overdoses. Due to its non-toxic nature and very limited number of negative side-effects, it is considered to be quite safe.
10Is CBD Legal?
Yes, hemp-derived CBD is legal.