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Our CBD guide makes it easy for you to research CBD to be up-to-date and informed on all the latest information and news. Keep checking in for news and updates and stay up to date on everything in the world of CBD

Our First Blog Entry

March 09, 2021

What is CBD?


When asked how CBD helped her, Cory, a professional writer and CBD user spoke in grateful terms. “I started using CBD about four years ago,” she said. “The product helped tremendously.”


And Edward, a Board Operator by day and a student by night who also uses CBD, noted that it helped him in numerous ways. “It would help me,” said Edward.


CBD means cannabidiol, which is one of the many cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. 


For years scientists and the cannabis community at large ignored the compound in favor of focusing on THC. The thought was that medical marijuana was where the real breakthroughs were going to be made. 


But that all changed sometime in the mid-1990s when researchers discovered the endocannabinoid system, a system of receptors in the brain that respond to cannabis and naturally produced compounds in the body that binds to these receptors.


The endocannabinoid system has two basic functions —though basic is hardly the correct term considering the extent of what it does, it can do a lot. 


The human body can use its natural endocannabinoids, or it can supplement with phytocannabinoids —plant-based cannabinoids, otherwise known as CBD.


CBD Is An All-Natural Compound of Cannabis Sativa


Cannabidiol or CBD is an all-natural compound of the plant species cannabis sativa, used by many for various reasons.


"Did you know? CBD is known to negate the effects of marijuana, which are caused by a separate cannabinoid known as THC."


One of over 100-plus cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, CBD’s popularity stems from the fact that it doesn’t cause a psychotropic high, unlike THC.


There Are A Myriad of Options For Consuming CBD


CBD is available in any number of products, from CBD oil to CBD vape oil and more. Oils and tinctures, which are placed under the tongue with a dropper or used mixed with food or drink, are some of the compound's most popular forms. 


Consumers have quickly become fond of CBD vape oil and its cousin CBD vape additive, the former which is vaped alone and the latter, which is mixed with a favorite e-liquid. Vape oils come in a variety of flavors.


CBD edibles come in everything from cake pops to jars of honey, with gummies seemingly the most popular edible product on the market today. There is also a world of CBD creams, CBD capsules, and CBD sprays to explore. People now even use CBD for their pets.


“CBD improved my life in a lot of ways.”


There is a myriad of reasons why people take CBD. And still, there is much confusion about its benefits, legality, effects, and more. 


This site aims to clear up as much of that confusion as possible to give people an opportunity to see CBD for what it is, an extraordinary compound that holds the potential to do amazing things.


“CBD improved my life in a lot of ways,” said Cory, the writer. Armed with the proper information, CBD can improve a lot of lives.

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