CBD, or cannabidiol, has gained a widespread reputation for being completely free of side effects, while having no psychotropic properties, like marijuana. But is that a completely accurate description? The answer, to the chagrin of many CBD idealists, is yes and no. But one thing is clear—the media and many other CBD companies have got it wrong. Let’s set the record straight.Continue reading
With the CBD explosion of the past few years, you may have noticed the wide variety of different forms that CBD products come in. Having many different forms allows people to tailor their method of use to their individual needs. In addition, each method has a differing level of bioavailability.
CBD has an excellent safety profile and is generally regarded as non-toxic. Even when taken at high doses for many weeks, CBD is well tolerated and is not associated with significant side effects. There has never been a report of a fatal overdose with CBD because it doesn’t affect the brain stem, where vital functions like breathing are controlled.Continue reading
CBD, or cannabidiol, is a natural component of the Cannabis Sativa L. plant. It’s part of a family of compounds, known as cannabinoids, that occur naturally in cannabis plants. CBD extracts have traditionally been used for medicinal purposes, and research into the therapeutic benefits of CBD is ongoing. Unlike THC, the primary cannabinoid in marijuana, CBD won’t get you high.Continue reading