What is CBD & the Endocannabinoid system?

Before we take a look at what the Endocannabinoid system in your body was designed to
let’s first understand what CBD is.

Everyone is talking about CBD…But what is it really?

Cannabidiol or CBD is a chemical compound from the Hemp plant. Unlike THC, CBD does not have any of the “high” or euphoric effects that are common with THC. Hemp naturally grows with lower amounts of THC, therefore you don’t get “high”. Everyone is talking about it because of the many shared stories of success when using CBD for pain relief and rest. People like that they can experience the potential benefits of Cannabis without feeling disoriented or the intense euphoria. With the recent explosion of CBD it is important to know what you are buying and trust the company that you are buying from.

How does CBD work?

CBD works by interacting with the Endocannabinoid system (ECS) in our bodies. The ECS is a system of receptors like CB1 & CB2 receptors that connect with Cannabinoids like CBD and THC. Studies show that the specific receptors, CB1 and CB2 both play a role in maintaining balance in our internal bodily systems. Cannabinoids from Cannabis and Hemp fit with the receptors in the ECS like a lock and key.

Why all the fuss?

CBD is all the rage right now because people are finally getting the relief they need for a better quality of life without the “high” often associated with Cannabis. Although there isn’t much research on the topic, positive testimonials are piling up and now the rest of the population is intrigued. Imagine getting relief from pain that you have dealt with for over 10 years. Imagine finally getting a full nights rest to be ready for the coming day. Many people are struggling with pain management, lack of sleep, stress, and anxiety. These same people no longer want to rely of pharmaceuticals, they want a natural alternative.