CBD stands for “cannabidiol” and is derived directly from the hemp plant. Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds of hemp that have an effect on the human body when the plant is consumed. The human body has cannabinoid receptors that help the compound produce many effects leading to general wellness.
There are over 100 known and suspected cannabinoids present in hemp, each having various effects on the body. Cannabinoids are separated by various subclasses, including cannabigerols (CBG), Cannabichromenes (CBC), Cannabidiols (CBD), tetrahydrocannabinols (THC), Cannabinol (CBN), and cannabinodiol (CBDL).
The World Health Organization conducted a report on CBD and concluded that there are no potentials for abuse or dependence on CBD hemp oil.
Absolutely, CBD hemp oil products can be great way to address general wellness in pets. Learn more about CBD hemp oil use and pets on our CBD for Pets page.
Welcome! We are excited you’re here. The world of CBD hemp oil can be overwhelming and we are here to help.
If you want to try CBD hemp oil for the first time, it helps with generaI wellness. If you are looking to treat a specific pain area, our topical cream may work best for you. For general unwellness, our tincture may be the better option. Still not sure or trying to address something else? We recommend the tincture to get started.
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Check out our blog where we regularly post updates, recipes, and other information on all things CBD hemp oil. You can also follow us on Facebook for more updates and links to CBD resources. For more technical reading, we recommend checking out the non-profit Project CBD for more information and this continually updated page on CBD from Harvard Medical School.