Cannabis and its extracts, such as CBD, can be hugely beneficial for you, but you have to maintain proper dosage to reap the full benefits.
Cannabis is the substance acquired from marijuana plants. Historically, it has been used by civilizations throughout the world for various purposes. The ancient Egyptians used it for medicinal purposes. The Chinese used hemp paper almost 2000 years ago. In Mesopotamia, marijuana use was widespread. And finally, the Indian subcontinent mastered the use of marijuana by using it for recreation, medicine, and spiritual purposes.
After the anti-drug drives, back in the ’70s, this useful drug became illegal in many countries, and the governments started cracking down on the users and traders of marijuana. Recently, after long scientific studies, the usefulness of cannabis has been proved once again in the scientific arena.
Countries around the world are lifting restrictions on the medicinal use of marijuana. Some countries even allow recreational use of the plant. This paves way for a very important extract from cannabis, the CBD, to be used. In this article, we examine the use of CBD oil and the dosage you should maintain.
What is CBD?
CBD is short for cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is one of the 113 extracts that you would find on cannabis. In fact, CBD accounts for almost 40% of all the extracts you can get from cannabis.
CBD oil is one type of CBD product. It is marketed in the form of various products, such as capsules, skincare, vapor products, etc. The most famous CBD product though is the oil, and it has various uses.
One important information about cannabidiol is that it is different from tetrahydrocannabinol or THC. THC is another type of extract found in cannabis plants. THC is responsible for the psychoactive properties of cannabis, such as hallucination, panic, and hunger. It shares the soothing properties of CBD, but CBD can help a person relax without the psychoactive properties of THC. This is why it is perfectly safe to use.
Benefits of CBD Oil
CBD oil can really benefit us in various ways. To understand how it will affect us, we have to first understand how CBD reacts with our bodies. Human bodies are engineered for cannabis products.
The human endocannabinoid system is a unique biological system that rests within our body and helps process cannabis extracts, such as CBD. The endocannabinoid system consists of cannabinoid receptors that … Read the rest