CBD Explained: What is CBD?
CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol, a natural non-psychoactive compound found within cannabis and hemp plants. CBD is a safe and non-addictive substance. CBS is often mentioned alongside THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), although the two have very different side effects. Even though THC and CBD have the same molecular count, it is the slight rearrangement of atoms that cause different interactions and outcomes. CBD has taken the cannabis industry by storm recently due to its significant health benefits and reduced risk profile. CBD interacts with cannabinoid receptors but does not create the feeling of being high. Thought recent studies, CBD carries a significant appeal to those seeking effective health and medical interventions but not any psychoactive effects.
CBD Health Benefits
The medical community has shown a serious interest in CBD as an effective treatment for epilepsy. It has shown to help reduce the number of seizures, and in many cases, have stopped seizures altogether. CBD is also used for mental health conditions whereby a cannabinoid can help the patient’s condition. We also have many clients that choose a CBD intervention for their pain and insomnia.
Given the safe risk profile, effectiveness, and popularity, it is clear that CBD offers an attractive therapy for medical and recreational clients alike.
Our CBD Products
If you enjoy smoking but want to rule out the THC high, we carry CBD flower in a 10:1 CBD to THC ratio.