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What is CBD?
CBD is an ingredient in hemp products. It is one of the cannabinoids and is next to THC the most famous cannabinoid. Only in recent years, the name CBD has ever received a medical and social relevance, previously the ingredient was largely unknown and unexplored. CBD is considered to reduce stress and can be used in the form of a dietary supplement for pain, anxiety or other illnesses and ailments.
How is CBD different from THC?
CBD differs from THC in many ways. Probably the most crucial difference is the non-psychoactive effect of CBD. Noise conditions caused by CBD are almost impossible. THC, on the other hand, has an intoxicating effect. The sale and consumption of THC is therefore also prohibited or allowed only in relation to a medical application in part and under strict templates.
Can you get high on CBD?
CBD is not psychoactive, which is why you can not get high on this cannabinoid. This effect is caused solely by THC. In contrast, CBD can even be used to mitigate the strength of a THC-induced intoxication. Noise is not possible with CBD. It can only arise if THC is also processed in the respective hemp product.
What is CBD used for?
The exact effectiveness of CBD has not been fully explored yet, but there are many promising approaches in the form of research and studies that could certainly prove new medical efficacy in the coming years. At present, there is particular interest in the treatment of anxiety, sleep disorders or even depression. CBD can also help effectively with neurodegenerative diseases or headaches. Which dose is the right one varies from consumer to consumer and should be slowly identified.
How is CBD consumed?
There are a variety of CBD products that differ in their application. For example, there are CBD oils, CBD tinctures, CBD flowers or even CBD globules that can easily melt in your mouth. CBD oil can be taken pure as well as dissolved in water. Since CBD oil often tastes bitter or woody, it can also be dropped on a sugar cube. In contrast, CBD flowers can be taken both as a tobacco substitute and as a tea supplement.
What should you look for when buying CBD?
Who buys CBD – in whatever form – should pay attention to quality first and foremost. Because: depending on the manufacturing process and manufacturer, CBD can be contaminated in the worst case. It can also pesticides or other chemicals are used. Therefore, you should find a trusted service provider who values a high quality product. Good clues are for example organic hemp or indoor breeding. In case of doubt, we would be pleased to advise you on our high-quality selection and explain our manufacturing process.
IMPORTANT INFO: The CBD oil is not a drug or medicine. We do not recommend taking or dosing and are not entitled to medically advise you. The ingestion or use of the CBD product is up to the customer.