CBD is the abbreviation for ‘cannabidiol’ and is found in cannabis plants.
There are 113 currently known cannabinoids, each playing a role in the endocannabinoid system.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabinol (CBN) are two other well-known types.
The endocannabinoid system is a complex biological system in the human body.
Medical researchers discovered it in the 1990s, but much is still unknown about how it works and its interactions.
Today, experts know that it impacts several major processes, including appetite, sleep, mood, and memory, but there is much more yet to be discovered.
Like other substances, full-spectrum CBD impacts our bodies largely by binding to proteins, or receptors, that are located on the surface of our cells, thereby initiating certain physiological responses.
The nervous system contains cannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2, these allow the body to feel the affects of the CBD.
Consumer interest in cannabidiol (“CBD”) has risen rapidly and is growing fast.
The shift reflects a wider trend in society and is further demonstrated by the changing economic drivers of the agricultural hemp sector.
Several indicators suggest the current ‘hype’ around CBD is likely to endure and is not a passing fad. More and more people are discovering the profound effects of CBD in their every day lives.
Yes CBD does boosts the immune system, however more medical research is needed to confirm exactly the relationship between the immune system and cannabidiols.
We have learned that the human Endocannabinoid System establishes and maintains homeostasis, (or balance) between the various systems in the body and helps regulate cell function, including the cells in your immune system.
The popular CBD oil is derived from the cannabis plant and has many effects including being an anti-inflammatory, this is most commonly known but there are many other health benefits.
You can see it on different product labels from skincare to food supplements.
It’s one of the 104 active components of the cannabis sativa plant and extracted from the leaves, stems, and stalks of the plant.
For many centuries, CBD oil has been an effective remedy for treating a variety of pain-related ailments.
This is derived from hemp seeds by cold pressing it and extracting it.
It is extracted from the hemp plant and contains nutritional values that are beneficial but not as much as CBD.
As everyone is different the dose varies from person to person and also for which reason they use the CBD.
Our advise is to start with a lower dose and increase as necessary.
You will find that with a slow increase and self-awareness you will find the right doseage for you.
As an example, if you use the CBD for pain relief, you can take 40 mg on days when you're in a lot of pain.
After a week, if needed, you increase it to 45 mg and still after a second week, you can use 50 mg.
At one of these point, you might feel that your pain is now bearable - this would be your correct doseage.
It is wise to keep track of how much CBD you're taking and whether your symptoms are getting better.
Users of CBD can choose between CBD isolate or full spectrum CBD.
Full spectrum CBD contains a full profile of cannabinoids and other compounds present in the cannabis plant. This includes CBD and other cannabinoids' essential oils such as terpenes, and many other compounds.
As the extraction is not filtered, small amounts of THC (the part of Cannabis that causes a ‘high’) may remain. However, the hemp must have less than 0.3% THC to be legally grown, so the THC content will virtually non-existent.
Our very own, expertly crafted Good Vibes 250mg+ CBD oil is a full-spectrum blend, yet contains less than 0.03% THC.
Due to the interaction and synergistic effect of a complete profile of cannabinoids and other plant compounds, full spectrum CBD can prove to be more effective than CBD isolate. This is known as the ‘entourage effect’. This is a mechanism by which the cannabis compounds act synergistically to modulate and adapt the overall effects tailored within that individuals body.
CBD isolate is the purest form of cannabidiol. It comes in a number of forms; crystals, powder, wax, and crumble, among others. Isolate is becoming more popular with CBD users as it offers a fast-acting and convenient form of taking CBD.
CBD isolate is extracted from the cannabis plant, usually industrial hemp - which is simply cannabis with low levels of THC, the cannabinoid that gets you ‘high’. Along with containing very little THC, hemp often produces CBD in high amounts.
Extraction can be done via a number of different processes. Typically, these include techniques that use carbon dioxide or a solvent blasted over plant material to ‘pull away’ the cannabinoids, fatty acids, and other plant material found naturally in hemp plants.
The resulting substance is then purified using a proprietary process to filter plant material and remove chlorophyll and other unwanted elements. Up to 99% of CBD isolate is the product that remains.
Under UK law, it is legal to sell CBD oil UK products; however, they must contain no more than 0.2% THC.
Hemp plants contain less than 0.3% THC, making it easier for UK brands to ensure that their products conform to the UK's THC limit of 0.2%
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