Is this the first time you're hearing about Cannabidiol? Maybe you're a CBD veteran already! We're starting from scratch here to try to best inform you of what can sometimes even be a taboo subject...

What is CBD?

CBD stands for Cannabidiol and is one of over 120 chemical compounds known as cannabinoids found in the cannabis or marijuana plant. CBD is one of the major naturally occurring cannabinoids found in the leaves, stems and flowers of the cannabis sativa, legal industrial hemp plant.  

The human body actually produces very small amounts of endocannabinoids, they are very similar to hemp plant cannabinoids. 

Many of the health benefits associated with cannabis are due to CBD. It can calm your nerves, reduces aches and discomforts, help to fall asleep and stay asleep without hangovers. 

In other words,  CBD is a naturally occurring component of the hemp plant with great restorative health properties that can be very helpful in creating balance in your wellness. 

CBD will not get you high

CBD is not psychoactive, unlike the cannabinoid THC.  The CBD used in foods, and health and beauty products is from industrial hemp.  Industrial hemp, by law, has only trace amounts of THC (<0.2% in the EU) which will not get you high.  

You can always access our ebb + flow lab reports that demonstrate purity of your ebb + flow CBD Oil proving that our products contain 0% THC.

CBD is not Addictive

You can enjoy your CBD products without any addictions. According to a scientific research and report from the World Health Organization there is no evidence that CBD can be addictive. The below confident statement has been published and broadly used.

WHO says: “In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential…. To date, there is no evidence of public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.” 

Do you want to know more about CBD?   Keep reading onto our next blog on What is CBD Used For?

 

Disclaimer:

These statements are summarized from peer reviewed published scientific literature; however, have not been evaluated by the European Food Safety Authority.  CBD products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.   Always consult your personal care physician about CBD and using CBD products.  CBD products should never be used by anyone under the age of 18, those that are pregnant or nursing.  The contents of this blog are not intended to provide legal advice regarding the legal status of CBD and CBD products.

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