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For starters, CBD is truly the “it” product of the moment. Over recent years, CBD has been used increasingly to treat a number of medical conditions.....but what it CBD? Let's take a look:
CBD (Cannabidiol) is one of 113 cannabanoids present in the Marijuana plant, and accounts for up to 40% of the plant's makeup. CBD can be administered in various ways including inhaling smoke or vapors, as an aerosol, by mouth, and as a liquid solution such as a topical. Discovered in the 1940's, but left on the sidelines until recently, CBD has been booming in every sense in recent years. Preliminary studies conclude via clinical research that CBD can have a direct impact on many areas. Studies suggest that CBD has the potential to assist with many conditions.
CBD users find that starting with a small dose, and gradually increasing the dosage until your desired effect is achieved is the way to go. It is important to note that some CBD comes with more or less THC, sometimes no THC at all, as CBD and THC have different interactions with your body. You must also consider if you should be taking a CBD “only” product, or something that also contains THC, and to that end, what dose of THC should accompany it. There are also many options for taking CBD. From smoking it, vaping it, or taking capsules or a sub lingual daily drop....there are many ways to take CBD. The most important thing is to find a product and a brand that you trust!Read More
Firstly, with so many products available on the market now, trying to navigate market terminology can be a bit of a nightmare, so let us explain what the term Full Spectrum really means:
Full Spectrum CBD oils are the most commonly used form of cannabis treatment for medical purposes. Full spectrum CBD is extracted from plants that also contain THC, and unlike CBD isolates, Full Spectrum CBD is made up of literally hundreds of cannabanoids found in the marijuana plant. The term Full Spectrum means the full range of compounds that are produced within the trichome gland, aside from THC and other compounds, CBD is produced for it's therapeutic values.
To properly extract CBD rich oils, you have to start with quality CBD rich plant materials. There are benefits and drawbacks to each method. There are many safe and effective ways of extracting CBD from the marijuana plant, let's discuss a few:
There are a number of ways to extract CBD from the marijuana plant, the most common being using a type of solvent, such as CO2, a liquid solvent or an oil solvent. This is done to take advantage of the therapeutic properties of the CBD, while not subjecting the user to the “highs” of the THC compound.
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