With the increased media coverage, more people are asking the question “what is CBD?” CBD stands for cannabidiol which is one of many active natural compounds contained in the cannabis plant. While CBD is contained in the marijuana plant, the amounts are very low.
CBD is primarily derived from the hemp plant which is a cousin of the marijuana plant. And as you probably already know, CBD was made legal by the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill. This new federal legislation made CBD legal in all 50 US states. The federal government declassified CBD as a schedule 1 controlled substance.
After consuming CBD, this cannabinoid interacts with your endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system, which was discovered in 1992, contains hundreds of receptor sites throughout the brain, central nervous system and various point through your body. CBD actually binds with these different receptor sites (CB1 and CB2) allowing the body to rebalance and move back toward a state of homeostasis.
Numerous research studies have revealed that CBD may help with the following health conditions
As more research is conducted, we will undoubtedly discover many more ways that CBD can help to improve the quality of our lives. If you have any questions about CBD or any of our products, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.