What are the Health Benefits of CBD?2019-01-04T01:34:54+00:00

CBD is one of the two main prominent cannabinoids products of cannabis sativa and marijuana. This all-natural and a non-psychoactive compound is bringing revolution in the medical world, thanks to its wide range of health benefits and the ability to enable patients to abide with health disorders and disease infections. There is an increasing number of consumers benefiting from the numerous medical and health benefits that come with CBD oil. It is an all-natural alternative treatment for pain, thanks to its ability to interact with the endocannabinoid system, which is the biological system composed of endocannabinoids responsible for regulating a variety of physiological and cognitive processes such as pain-sensation, appetite, and mood. CBD has received backing and support from doctors as well as scientists and researchers for its use in treating and combating numerous diseases and disorders includin;

  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Neuroinflammation
  • Depression
  • Asthma
  • Arthritis
  • Heart disease and others

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Is CBD Legal?2018-10-16T00:49:44+00:00

CBD is legal based on its form of Cannabidol. It exists in two main forms of hemp plants and marijuana plants. Both are forms of cannabis with each having its own separate legal status.  In the US, CBD is made from industrial hemp, which is legal to purchase and is consumed in 44 states.  In the 29 states where the use of medical marijuana is legalized, the same laws protects the use of CBD.  However, 6 states has outlawed the use of CBD. These includes South Dakota, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, West Virginia, and Nebraska. These states has also outlawed the use of cannabis and all its forms. To understand more about the legalities of CBD and its two forms, click here!

How is CBD different from THC?2018-10-13T12:52:05+00:00

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and CBD are the two most prominent and abundant cannabinoid products extracted from cannabis. Cannabis is the plant genus of both hemp and marijuana and carries more than 100 different cannabinoid species. Both CBD and THC have been proven to interact with the body through the endocannabinoid system. However, the two cannabinoid extracts differ from each other in various ways. The main difference includes their legal status, atomic structure, ability to create psychoactive “high” effect and general side effects. To learn more about these key differences, click here!

Can I get high from CBD?2018-10-13T14:34:59+00:00

There is a huge misconception that CBD can get you high. This is largely due to its chemical compound which is more related to THC. CBD oil is completely all-natural product derived from two main sources; marijuana and industrial hemp plant. CBD does not have the psychoactive properties present in THC that brings high sensations to users.  This means that CBD does not affect your behavior, awareness, consciousness, and sense of perception.

How much CBD should I take?2019-01-04T01:14:29+00:00

Cannabinoids, including CBD, are considered dietary supplements by FDA. This means that CBD has no specific dosage recommendations. An effective CBD-enriched oil dosage ranges from as little as a few milligrams to a gram or even more. Always begin by taking a small dosage of CBD taking the same dosage over the course of a few days before increasing the dose gradually over a period of time. It is recommended to take a small dosage throughout the day instead of taking a large dosage all at once. Consult with Mayo Clinic medical laboratories guideline for suggested specific ailments based on their expert observations on CBD consumption.

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Can I use CBD for my pets?2018-10-05T09:15:40+00:00

The use of CBD in the medical community is becoming popular day by day with the increasing number of states supporting the legalization of medical marijuana ad cannabis. Fortunately, CBD can also benefit non-human family members, including pets. This is due to the fact that all mammals have an endocannabinoid system just like our body. So, if you have a pet suffering with health conditions, you may consider CBD, the all-natural treatment.

Can I use CBD for pain relief?2018-10-14T04:05:17+00:00

There are more than 100 cannabinoids from cannabis. CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are the most commonly known, tested and studied. Just like all other cannabinoids, THC and CBD should be heated. This is to convert the cannabinoid acid into an active cannabinoid. These are receptors in the brain that take part in a variety of physiological processes including pain sensation. When this process takes place, the two cannabinoids mimic the body’s cannabinoid. They interact with the body’s cannabinoid system, which is responsible for regulating various body functions such as appetite, memory, mood, and pain. However, unlike THC, CBD is capable of alleviating pain without inducing high psychoactive side effects.

What should I look for in a CBD Product?2018-10-05T01:35:53+00:00

There are various factors that you need to take into account when looking for CBD products in the market.  Hemp or cannabidoil products are considered by FDA as dietary supplements, hence are not regulated.  Therefore, different companies are using different methods and practices to produce CBD products. Some of things you should consider when choosing a CBD product or brand include;

  1. Labeling-Go for clearly written labels with time, batch number, date and mg.
  2. Extraction method-Avoid products that are extracted using solvents. Solvents such as hexane, BHO, propane, and other hydrocarbons contain harmful chemicals which are unsafe to the body.
  • All-Natural Products-Avoid fillers like GMOs, corn syrup, thinning agents, preservatives or additives.
Can I use CBD with other medications?2018-10-13T16:39:01+00:00

The top CBD testing lab in the country has confirmed that there is no lethal dosage for any hemp plant or cannabis dosage. However, CBD alters some metabolic functions of the body. These include how the body metabolizes some common prescription drugs such as insulin, blood thinner statins, and painkillers. Usually, this occurs due to cannabidiol inhibiting the cytochrome 450. Cytochrome 450 is a family of liver enzymes responsible for metabolizing most of the drugs that we take, including CBD. This means that CBD slows down the activity of Cytochrome 450 in metabolizing these drugs. Therefore, it keeps them in your system for a longer time than normal. This competition usually increases with cannabidiol dosage. There may be a noticeable effect with very low CBD dosage. Very few studies have been conducted on the interaction of cytochrome 450 and cannabidiol. However, you should note that the higher CBD dose you take, the higher the chances of interaction. Contact us for more information and assistance on CBD oils and their usage.

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