A few simple answers
- What is CBD
CBD is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of “Hemp”, a plant with a rich history as a medicine going back thousands of years. Today the therapeutic properties of CBD are being tested and confirmed by scientists and doctors around the world. A safe, non-addictive substance, CBD is one of more than a hundred “substances,” which are unique to hemp and endow the plant with its robust therapeutic profile. CBD is closely related to another important medicinally active substance: the compound that causes the high that cannabis is famous for. These are the two components of CBD that have been most studied by scientists. CBD can actually lessen or neutralize the psychoactive effects of other substances, depending on how much of each compound is consumed. Many people want the health benefits of other “plants” without the high – or with less of a high. The fact that CBD is therapeutically potent as well as non-intoxicating, and easy to take as a Hemp oil, makes it an appealing treatment option for those who are cautious about trying “plants” for the first time.
- Will CBD get me high?
CBD VS THC CBD and another “plants” are actually both members of the same plant species can contain different spectrum of substances concentrations. Still, there are many practical differences between CBD and “weed”, and clear lines drawn between the two types of plants. Another key difference between CBD and “weed” is that hemp naturally has almost no toxic substances. In order for hemp to be considered hemp, its flowers must contain just 0.3% thc — which is 33 times less than the least potent than weed plants. Therefore, it’s impossible to get intoxicated (high) from consuming hemp.
- Will CBD make me sleepy?
CBD acts with the substances naturally produced in the body, and works together with other system to regulate essential functions such as sleep. Research studies show that CBD can help individuals with insomnia relax and therefore fall asleep, as well as to stay asleep. However, CBD oil made from hemp does not have intoxicating properties, meaning that it should NOT make you feel tired, sleepy or otherwise sedated. Since many prescription sleep medications can result in undesirable side effects and even dependence, there is currently a great need to find more natural alternatives to treating insomnia and other sleeping disorders. Since the field of CBD research is relatively new, any potential long-term side effects of its use are still under investigation. While CBD seems to be safe to use and well-tolerated by most individuals, you should always check with your physician before you use it, especially if you have any serious medical conditions.
- Does Hemp interfere with my medication?
Depends on what medication you are taking. ALWAYS, consult with your physician before combining CBD with your medication.
- What’s the best way to take CBD?
There are many ways to take CBD but the most common is sublingual: Sublingual administration through the mouth is the most common way to take CBD oil. Taking CBD oil under your tongue and holding it there for 60 seconds sends the molecule directly into your bloodstream. When CBD oil is administered sublingually, it should be held under the tongue so that the mucus membranes in the mouth can absorb the oil’s active ingredients. Taking CBD oil under your tongue is one the fastest ways to deliver CBD into your system. When you absorb CBD oil compounds under the tongue, they’re able to bypass the digestive system and metabolism by the liver. Instead of being broken down by the liver’s enzymes, the CBD and other active compounds in the CBD oil more quickly reach the bloodstream where they can stimulate their effects.
- Can CBD help with Weight Loss?
CBD & Weight Loss Full-spectrum CBD hemp oil for weight loss contains several unique cannabinoids along with CBD, like terpenes, flavonoids, and essential fatty acids. CBD on its own can improve weight loss, some of these other natural ingredients also have the power to support weight loss. As an example, Hemp contains high quantities of omega 3 and omega 6 which naturally helps promote weight loss as well as the terpene humulene which naturally suppresses appetite.
- Can CBD Help With Stress?
In many cases self-isolation period can impact mental health. Our CBD products can help people manage psychological stressors. CBD is known for its calming effects, which is perfect for someone feeling stressed out. CBD has stress relieving properties because of the way the cannabidiol molecules interact with receptors in the brain. Other Health Benefits of CBD During the COVID-19 Pandemic CBD may have a positive impact on your headspace but there are also a number of other benefits that transcend lowering stress and anxiety levels. A lot of times, mental discomfort starts to manifest in physical ways, such as when poor mental health causes low energy and sluggishness. Our All Natural, CBD Products May Help You With Your COVID-19 Lockdown-Stress.
- Can CBD Help With Pain?
Whether it’s dull or sharp, in your back or your knee, inflammation and pain can become a disruptor in your life. Your mind and body are not designed to withstand being in pain for a prolonged period of time. Research indicates that CBD helps reduce inflammation in the joints, particularly when osteoarthritis is involved. CBD has anti-inflammatory properties, so it addresses symptoms directly at their source rather than just masking your pain.
- Pain can cause low mood, anxiety and depression?
One of the biggest impacts chronic pain has on our brains, is how it affects our mood. You can also use CBD for relief from arthritis pain, foot pain, scratches and scrapes, headaches, and some digestive problems. CBD may even enhance your existing pain management treatments for sciatica and other hard-to-treat conditions. Taking a warm bath can be a natural pain reliever for people with arthritis pain. Adding one of our CBD bath bombs to a warm bath may provide additional relief. The blend of essential oils can also help hydrate skin.
- What are the benefits of CBD for my Skin?
Everybody feels stressed from time to time, but when it becomes chronic, it can be have serious consequences on your health. Stress can also leave a mark on your face. Dry skin, acne are just some of the ways it can manifest itself. Our products are All Natural, CBD Infused Dermatologist Tested, Non-Allergenic, Non Irritating.
- Why for CBD Skincare?
Healthy skin is beautiful skin and our 100% Our Natural CBD Infused Skincare products are a perfect balance of nutrients and substances that will nourish and moisturize your skin. Naturally helps balance dry, distressed skin & protecting it from future damage. Helps to reduce erythema (redness) associated with acne due to its anti-inflammatory properties that act to reduce the visible inflammation induced by clogged hair follicles. Has been shown to decrease the skin’s production of sebum, or oil. Because cannabis is a powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory, CBD can help decrease the redness and inflammation. Stress and anxiety often trigger flare-ups, but they can be better managed with the use of CBD.
- Does CBD Promote Collagen?
Yes it can promote collagen & elastin to keep skin looking young.
- Can CBD Help With Stress?
In many cases self-isolation period can impact mental health. Our CBD products can help people manage psychological stressors. CBD is known for its calming effects, which is perfect for someone feeling stressed out. CBD has stress relieving properties because of the way the cannabidiol molecules interact with receptors in the brain. Other Health Benefits of CBD During the COVID-19 Pandemic CBD may have a positive impact on your headspace but there are also a number of other benefits that transcend lowering stress and anxiety levels. A lot of times, mental discomfort starts to manifest in physical ways, such as when poor mental health causes low energy and sluggishness. – Inflammation – Headaches and migraines – Fatigue – Anxiety – Nausea – Sleep Deprivation – Decreased Alertness – Muscle tension – Body aches Our All Natural, CBD Products May Help You With Your COVID-19 Lockdown-Stress