The Facts of Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil

What you need to know about cannabidiol (CBD) oil

How CBD Oil Works:
Many cells in the body have what are called cannabinoid receptors, protein molecules on a cell’s surface that react when they come in contact with certain chemical substances. Different receptors react with different substances to cause different reactions – for instance, the release of a hormone or other chemical. The cells that react with cannabinoids comprise what’s known as the endocannabinoid system. When these receptors are activated, they exert an effect on mood, pain sensation, appetite and other biologic responses.

How To Use CDB Oil:

Tincture -  Can be taken through a dropper directly into the mouth or mixed into food or drink.

Tropical products -   Come in a variety of different forms, from salves to creams, that can be applied directly to the skin.

Sublingual Spray - are concentrated cannabidiol tinctures that are meant to be used by being sprayed under the tongue.

CBD Vaporizing - You can vaporize CBD oil through typical vaporizer pens. 

Edibles - CBD oil can be added in various food. check out our edible collection!

What CBD Oil Does:
Compound in hemp is commonly referred to as cannabidiol or CBD which is unique in a sense that unlike THC, it is not psychoactive in nature and hence enables you to avoid getting high. This difference is primarily due to THC acting directly to the CB1 and CB2 receptors in order to stimulate them while CBD holds a rather indirect action on the receptors.

The medical uses of CBD are numerous. A wide range of people are making use of it these days to get a relief from a particular medical condition. Taking this into consideration, we have elaborated how CBD works inside your body in order to let you make an informed decision.

Is CBD Oil  Legal?
Yes, CBD hemp oil is legal. Industrial hemp when grown in other countries can be imported legally into the United States, making it easier for consumers to get CBD treatment without breaking the law.

CBD Helps The Following Parts Of The Body:


• Antipsychotic
• Anti-depressent
• Anti-anxiety
• Antioxidant
• Neuroprotective

    • Artheroscloseosis
    • Anti-ischemic (prevents plaque buildup in arteries)
    • Anti-inflamitory

    • Analgesic for rheumatoid arthritis

    • Vasorelaxant for glaucoma

    Digestive System:
    • Anti-emetic
    • Appetite control
    • Anti-prokinetic

    • Stimulates new bone growth and strengthens bones affected by osteoporosis