Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a completely non-psychoactive compound, naturally found in cannabis, that has enormous therapeutic potential.
No! Providing no "stoned" or "high" feeling, CBD has shown in studies to have strong anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasm and neuro-protective effects.
CBD is completely legal in all 50 states. The FDA defines hemp as any cannabis plant containing less than 0.3% THC. As such, there are no legal restrictions on the importation, production, sale or consumption in the United States, as well as most of the industrialized world. Hemp oil is legal in over 40 countries around the world. Hemp oil is consumed by millions of people around the world, and that number is increasing every day.
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The difference between CBD vs. THC comes down to a basic difference in how each one interacts with the cannabinoid 1 (CB1) receptor. THC binds well with CB1 cannabinoid receptors. CBD has low binding affinity for CB1 receptors. That’s where the two diverge.
Think of it like an electrical plug connecting to a wall socket. A THC molecule is perfectly shaped to connect with CB1 receptors. When that connection happens, THC activates, or stimulates, those CB1 receptors. Researchers call THC a CB1 receptor agonist, which means THC works to activate those CB1 receptors.
CBD, by contrast, is not a good fit with CB1 receptors. It’s categorized as an antagonist of CB1 agonists. This means that it doesn’t act directly to activate or suppress CB1 receptors—rather, it acts to suppress the CB1-activating qualities of a cannabinoid like THC.
Although CBD has not been designated by the FDA as a health product, a wide variety of studies have shown CBD to have multiple potential therapeutic uses. Please read all product descriptions and be sure to do ample research to discover which products are best for you. We do not make any specific health claims about our products. As with all supplements, consult your physician before use.
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