Benefits of CBD
CBD Oil is effective in controlling inflammation and pain throughout the body.
Research has shown that CBD can be effectively used to treat pain. CBD interacts directly with neural pathways that control pain.
CBD can be used as an alternative treatment for pain without the threat of side effects or chance of addiction/or overdose.
Introduction to CBD (Cannabidiol)
No, you will not get high from using CBD. CBD does not have the psychoactive effects associated with marijuana and THC.
CBD is extracted from the flower of the Cannabis Sativa plant. CBD is extracted from Hemp, not Mariujuana which contains THC. Hemp contains less than .2% THC, which produces no high or psychoactive effects.
CBD is short for cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is (cannabiniod) one of hundreds of compounds that exist in the cannabis plant.
Full-spectrum CBD hemp oil is derived from cannabis plants, producing over 400 different compounds. Sixty of these compounds, called cannabinoids, are unique to cannabis plants. Cannabidiol is the second most prevalent cannabinoid and does not get you high (as with THC) or have psychoactive effects.
Yes, CBD is legal in all 50 states. The 2018 Farm Act removed hemp from the Schedule 1 Controlled Substances list. This essential legalized the use of cannabis plants containing less than 0.3% THC. CBD products made with hemp CBD must have less than 0.3% THC.
The FDA has stated that it is illegal to sell any hemp-based CBD product that is marketed as a dietary supplement or having therapeutic benefits unless approved by the FDA.