Preliminary clinical studies are beginning to report CBD can have a therapeutic potential. Therapeutic uses include pain relief, accelerated athletic recovery, enhanced relaxation, improved mood, reductions in stress and frustration, alleviation of occasional nausea, support of immune system health, and anti-seizure, antioxidant, neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-psychotic, and anti-anxiety attributes. The list of conditions continues to grow. We will continue to share research and articles on the therapeutic purposes of CBD. *
Cannabidiol exists in two states, CBD and CBD-a. CBD-a, is the acid form of CBD that is actually produced by the hemp plant. CBD-a is a more inactive form in that it does not bind to the ECS receptors as efficiently or have the same results due to its different molecular shape. It must be activated to form CBD (see Decarboxylation)
An organic product, CBD is a safer, natural alternative to synthetic options with little to no side effects. In hemp’s multi-thousand-year history, there has never been a recorded fatality. While CBD has been shown to be non-toxic even at extreme doses, you should consult your doctor if you plan on taking more than 150mg in a 24 hour period.
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