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As time goes on, more and more evidence has shed light on the benefits of CBD consumption. Both studies and anecdotal evidence show that CBD, whether consumed as edibles or vaporized, has an array of soothing benefits by interacting with your body's Endocannabinoid System. The FDA has even approved a drug containing CBD, Epidiolox, as a treatment to reduce the intensity of epileptic seizures.
Every day brings us closer to the widespread use of CBD products―not just recreationally but also medicinally.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of over a hundred chemicals found in hemp and marijuana plants. It is produced by the resin glands in the flowers of leaves of these plants, and it is one of the two chemicals responsible for the effects felt by cannabis users (alongside THC). It is also responsible for the calming and soothing sensation that CBD users and CBD juice vapers are familiar with.
It is quite different from its sister compound, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is responsible for the euphoric high sensation many cannabis users enjoy, especially since THC is a psychoactive chemical.
Hemp and cannabis have been in use for thousands of years. Outside of medicine, it has been used as paper, rope, and fabric. In ancient China, it was a popular ingredient in Chinese herbal medicine and still remains as such to this day. Nowadays, hemp is the primary source of CBD for an array of products, including topicals, edibles, and vapable oils.
Luckily, its use was made legal by the 2018 US Farm Bill, especially since it contains less than 0.3% THC. CBD and other cannabis-derived products must follow this limitation, but this might be different in other countries. Most of Europe, for example, allows up to only 0.2% THC.
Hemp-derived CBD products also come in an array of different consumption methods. There are CBD patches and creams on the market to offer physical relief in targeted areas. There are CBD infused edibles and pills for oral consumption. However, two of the most popular ways to consume CBD is through oil tinctures and vaping.
CBD vaping is one of the most effective methods, as it allows the CBD to be absorbed into the bloodstream far more quickly than if consumed orally. Through vaping, you can experience the relaxing effects of CBD within a few short minutes, as opposed to the possible hours in oils pills.
Whatever method you decide, make sure to choose one that delivers your desired effect, whether it is just to feel more relaxed or to soothe some aching body parts.
CBD and other cannabis products have suffered a long history of negative associations. Luckily, scientific research is showing insight into how CBD can improve the quality of life for many individuals naturally without any artificial medications of pills. Over time, CBD consumption might even overtake pharmaceutical vitamins!
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