CBD comes from a plant known as cannabis. Depending on the level of THC, people refer to the cannabis plant either as hemp or marijuana. CBD is a compound which is extracted from the flower of Cannabis Sativa L. plant containing hemp with 0.2% THC.
All cannabinoids including CBD get attached to certain receptors to produce effects in the body. Human body produces some small amount of cannabinoids on its own. The two receptors for cannabinoids are known as CB1 receptors and CB2 receptors.
CB1 receptors in brain controls the pain, emotions, coordination, movement, appetite, memories, mood and other functions. On the other hand, CB2 receptors in the immune system affect inflammation and pain.
When using the CBD oils, always shake the bottle gently before use. Draw the oil from the bottle using the pipette (including the bottle top) and squeeze out the necessary number of drops from the pipette. These drops must be dripped under the tongue. Now, hold the oil under the tongue for 2 minutes so it can be absorbed through the mouth membrane.
The answer is yes, if CBD works for the efficacy of your Endocannabinoid system. Medicines are very important and CBD cannot replace them, but you can get major benefits from addressing symptoms of system imbalance with CBD.
One of the top three reasons for choosing CBD oil is Insomnia. Other reasons include mental well-being, Stress, anxiety, and pain management.
CBD is a short for Cannabinoid, a substance found in hemp plant and to a lesser extent in cannabis plant. It is safe to use and does not impair function or lead to the sensation of being high.