CBD oil: how does it work, what it is for and differences

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Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most important cannabinoids in cannabis. This molecule is part of the more than 120 cannabinoids that are extracted from the plant for different uses.

CBD oil can be found in liquid, cosmetic form (creams, ointments, shampoo), and in different foods. And unlike the well-known cannabis molecule tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which has psychotropic effects, CBD won’t get you high.

Industrial hemp has higher percentages of CBD and low levels of THC. Marijuana – ganja or female cannabis – has fewer percentages of CBD and more of THC in most cases.

The whole world is constantly researching the powerful nutritional and therapeutic properties of CBD. Research has shown that there are several bodily disorders whose symptoms could be alleviated with CBD.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved several uses of CBD including neurodegenerative disorders, anti-inflammatory drugs, and rare forms of epilepsy.

CBD oil is part of the range of wellness products that include skin care or natural nutritional supplements, capsules, drinks, foods and more. Thus, CBD oil has made its way through its numerous successful investigations.

What is CBD oil for?

One of the great advantages of CBD oil is that we can take advantage of the benefits of cannabis without the side effect that can cause the effects of THC or the smoking of flowers.

This intake is undoubtedly one of the most effective for those people who want to make the most of the qualities of cannabinoids.

The reasons? It is easy to consume. The drops are placed directly sublingually or can be added to drinks and some foods. It is a discreet and healthy way to consume CBD for those people who want to improve their quality of life or that of their parents.

Commonly CBD extract is mixed with oils such as olive, soy, coconut oil, sesame, among others. That is why they are considered nutritional supplements to the diet since their combination provided by other ingredients to improve the effects of the formulation.

It can be used for people with neurodegenerative problems, skin problems, severe diseases, chronic pain, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, epilepsy, dermatological diseases such as psoriasis, among others.

The therapeutic demand for CBD products has caused an increase in sales from seed banks with which more people are learning their benefits.

To do this, growers have decreased THC levels in plants to make way for useful concentrations with CBD.

Can I consume CBD if I don't have any illnesses?

CBD has been recognized by the scientific community for its properties as an analgesic and anti-inflammatory, promoting bodily and physical well-being.

Also, one of its great benefits is its neuroprotective and regenerative ability, which makes it a safe natural supplement for everybody. From children, young people and adults. Since the nutrients provided by this type of supplements are good for the sick or healthy body.

It should also be noted its anticonvulsant properties, in some cases effective for epilepsy patients.

Once in the blood system, CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system whose function is to regulate the body’s activities such as appetite, mood, pain, sleep, body temperature, memory, immune and reproductive systems.

CBD stimulates and activates the body’s nervous system. This compound in oils has been shown to improve bodily functions.

Topical use of CBD

The oil can also be used on the skin Whether for ailments, discomforts or skin beauty. Different universities have studied its use in patients with psoriasis. Researchers noticed that CBD decreases the itching brought on by inflammation levels.

The reduction of body inflammation or the epidermis means an improvement in the quality of life of patients.

Hemp CBD Oil vs. Marijuana CBD Oil

The kind cannabis plant can give a lot to humans. Extracts from industrial hemp can be produced by means of CBD flowers. This latest use of industrial hemp has gained popularity in the last two years, not therefore because the most common oil we can get from hemp is vegetable oil.

Vegetable oil is in turn very useful as a nutritional supplement due to its high content of omega 3 and 6.

It is important to identify that CBD extracts from industrial hemp can be full spectrum (THC, CBD, CBG, among others), broad spectrum (CBD, CBG, CBV among others), or isolated (CBD 99%).

Marijuana extracts have both THC and CBD contents, mostly THC is higher than CBD.

Products containing CBD extract from either industrial hemp or marijuana have benefits that continue to be proven by the scientific community.

That is why, at the end of 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended that this component be considered of therapeutic interest by the international scientific community

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