What is CBD (Cannabidiol)?
"CBD is truly natures gift"
How CBD works with your body
It was discovered in 1963 mammals have an Endocannabinoid (ECS) system.
We have Cannabinoid receptors in our brain,
Cannabinoid receptors are the most abundant receptors!
It was discovered by Raphael Mechoulam an Organic Chemist and Professor of Medicinal Chemistry, a professor of the University of Jerusalem.
Further Studies by Mr Mechoulam and US researchers have realised an entire ECS system that works in harmony with the Hemp plant, truly natures gift.
Studies are ongoing, and there is still much to learn
The Endocannabinoid system works as the body regulator.
If you are out of sorts, unwell or in pain, CBD works with your ECS system.
CBD flicks on the neuroreceptors in your brain , like turning on light switches. Your body is re-balanced regulating our Homeostasis
Illness can thrive if the body fails to produce sufficient endocannabinoids. Taking CBD plant extract can aid your body to stay healthy, CBD assists your immune system
How To Take CBD
The key with CBD is consistency. CBD is best taken every day, add it to your daily routine, maintaining your levels
Depending on your desired product, Start by using a few sprays under the tongue if using the atomiser.
Two or three drops under the tongue three times a day if using a tincture.
1 capsule two or three times a day and build up until you find your appropriate levels, not exceeding the maximum daily dosage
The maximum daily dosage is 200mg as a Food Supplement
Can CBD Oil get you high?
No is the short answer.
The element of Hemp that can get you high is THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) and not CBD.
CBD is not psychoactive. EU regulations ensure all CBD products sold contain no more than 0.02% THC, a value that is considered untraceable.