Will You Get High?
CBD is also a natural component in cannabis, but unlike THC, it doesn’t get you high. CBD binds to receptors all throughout the body instead of the brain and does not cause a feeling of euphoria. It contains very low amounts of THC (0.3 percent), not enough to get you high.
2 – Saves You A Lot Of Time
As I’ve stated above, preparing a meal by yourself can waste you a lot of time especially if you are not attentive about it. And apart from wasting time, the meal won’t be enjoyable especially if you prepared it while feeling either worn out or in a rush.
By having your own meal delivered, you will save lots of time as the only two things you’ll have to do are to place and order and wait.
What are the Effects?
Relaxation and Calmness – In a study comparing the effects of THC and CBD, researchers found that THC increased anxiety by activating the frontal and parietal areas of the brain. CBD, though, reduced autonomic arousal — the kind of involuntary nervous system response associated with sudden increases in heart rate or respiration.
Less Nausea – The National Cancer Institute has compiled an impressive list of all the ways cannabis can be used to combat symptoms of the disease or its treatment. One finding it’s touted is that both THC and CBD help to curtail nausea and vomiting, a very common patient problem.
Improved Mood – This isn’t to say that CBD will transform you into a happy hippie who wants to give the world a hug. Instead, it may act as an antidepressant.
Pain & Inflammation Relief – There seems to be no end to the painful conditions for which CBD could mean a measure of localized relief: Enthusiasts commonly cite arthritis, menstrual cramps, headaches, even plain old muscle soreness.
What Forms Does It Come In?
CBD oil refers to a natural botanical concentrate that is derived from the seeds and stalks of cannabis plants. This oil has a high concentration of cannabidiol, also known as CBD.
Out of the identified cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, cannabidiol is the second most common after THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. However, unlike THC, cannabidiol is non-psychotropic. That means its use does not cause the euphoric high effect like traditional marijuana and THC products do.
Cannabidiol oil is extracted from the varieties of cannabis plants that have CBD occurring naturally in large amounts and THC in low amounts. To ensure a high concentration of CBD in the oil, a specialized process is used to extract the compound.
The oil contains other compounds like terpenes, omega-3 fatty acids, amino acids and other vitamins.
Similar to CBD oils, CBD gummies are edibles that are packed with CBD goodness. They are 100% all-natural and do not contain any THC. This means that they can be shipped to nearly all 50 states.
Just like regular gummies, CBD gummies are available in fun shapes like little rainbow teddy bears, and both sweet and sour flavors. It’s a great way for grownups to feel nostalgic about their childhood sweet tooth while getting proven benefits.
When creating CBD gummies nanotechnology and extraction processes are used to remove the CBD goodness of Hemp and then inject it into the gummies. As the result, you get an amazing tasting and HEALTHY CBD Gummy. There are no harmful chemicals or stimulants either.
CBD Creams (Topicals)
CBD topicals are CBD infused products that come in the form of creams, lotions, skin butter, cooled oils, and balms. CBD is the non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis, a legal substance worldwide when extracted from the hemp plant which provides numerous health benefits.
This recently popularized cannabinoid is extracted and processed into a variety of medications, each beneficial for a different condition.
Apart from providing quick relief to localized pain as well as treating skin irritations like bug bites, CBD topicals can be used as beauty enhancement products. Due to CBD’s wide range of antioxidants, there are anti-aging properties that keep your skin youthful and anti-bacterial properties that treat all the bacterial skin infections there are. Two of the biggest skin problems people have, acne and dry skin, are also potentially treatable with these CBD products.
The Future of CBD Looks Good
Over the coming years, researchers will continue to further their research and understand how CBD can help treat other illnesses and uncover the full scope of CBD’s therapeutic potential.