CBD is a cannabis compound that has shown significant medical benefits, but has no psychoactive effects. It is extracted from industrial hemp and interacts with your body's endocannabinoid system to help you achieve homeostasis.
CBD has a positive effect on mood, appetite, cognitive function, pain, movement, and much more by linking with CB1 and CB2 receptors in the human body’s endocannabinoid system.
% Of those who tried CBD, most continue using it
57% use CBD alongside their medication
42% use CBD instead of their medication
Between 1837 and 1937, cannabis was listed as the chief ingredient in over 600 medical products.
As of 2018, hemp prohibition is officially over. Effective since the Farm Bill 2018 signature, hemp is permanently considered a legal agricultural commodity.
CBD and hemp oils are made from different parts of the plant and have different purposes. Hemp-seed oil is used as a protein supplement for food and as an ingredient in cosmetic products. CBD oil is generally used for medicinal purposes and has shown great promise in treating inflammation, pain, sleeping disorders and even certain types of epileptic seizures.