How does CBD work?
Cannabidiol better known as CBD is emerging as one of the most natural alternatives for reducing symptoms of a wide range of ailments. CBD, which is non-psychoactive is used to reap the medicinal benefits of cannabis without the mind-altering high. CBD can be ingested or used as a topical as well by directly massaging to certain areas of the body to make the pain more bearable. It may help the body recover from soreness, reducing inflammation, promoting healthy joints and skin conditions.
Over the past year, hundreds of CBD related studies were conducted across dozens of countries and institutions. Many of them contribute to the growing understanding and acceptance of CBD. CBD works by signaling a system in the brain which is known as the Endocannabinoid system. This signaling system plays a role in regulating pleasure, memory, thinking, concentration, body movement, awareness of time, appetite, pain, and sensory processing as well as brain development. CBD appears to have a neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory effect on the brain, researchers are looking at CBD as medicine.
CBD is legal in all 50 states and the growth is increasing since the passage of the 2018 Hemp Farm Bill. CBD is now categorized as a commodity. CBD is non-addictive and doesn’t have as many side effects as traditional methods we all been accustomed to. I'm sure we all know someone that takes CBD and it’s been a life-changing experience. Help spread the word about us to friends and family that want to break away from traditional methods and are in need of a healthier and holistic approach for wellness!