Why We Love CBD
Cannabidiol is one of several compounds found in Cannabis known to have a broad range of beneficial uses. CBD is non-psychoactive and will not produce any intoxicating effects or ‘high’. It is notably effective in therapeutic applications for it’s anti-inflammatory properties, as well as the ability to reduce pain and stress. CBD is also often described to give a feeling of carefree happiness.
Ongoing clinical trials show CBD to be notably effective in treating serious conditions like depression, Chron’s Disease, Epilepsy, symptoms of Cancer treatment as well as many others. The compound is safe, natural and can be taken in many ways.
Ease Anxiety and Stress
CBD reacts to your natural physiology by aiding receptors in your brain. It’s used to treat symptoms of depression, social anxiety and daily stresses.
Has been shown to effectively ease inflammation, headaches, muscle spasms, symptoms of arthritis and many other physical ailments.
CBD is used to naturally treat a range of inflammatory issues such as headaches, pain, swelling, digestive ailments and muscle recovery.
Better Sleep and Rest
Commonly used as a natural aid for general sleeplessness and insomnia. CBD eases the body and mind without a heavy psychoactive high allowing you to wake clear-headed.
Mental Clarity and Focus
CBD has been known to improve cognitive function as well as relieve symptoms of hyperactivity and attention disorders.
CBD shortens the recovery time associated with strenuous activity by reducing pain and inflammation. It is commonly used as an aid in post workout healing.
Does CBD make you high?
No. CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that doesn’t produce any intoxicating effects. Users of CBD have noted a feeling of being more relaxed or happy, but there is no ‘high’ such as is noted with THC.
How do you take CBD?
There is almost no limits to the ways CBD is consumed. One of the most common ways to take CBD is by dropping CBD Oil directly on or under your tongue. CBD Oils can also be mixed into meals and drinks. There are many edibles such as gummies, teas, dried fruits and pet products. Vaping CBD can provide an almost instantaneous feedback. There are also Fine Isolates, Skin Topicals, Bath Products, Capsules and many more.
How much CBD do I need the first time?
For first time users we recommend small and gradual doses in order to build familiarity with your needs. Approximately 10-20mg is a good rough measure to start. Edibles and oils can take up to an hour to take effect, where as vape can be felt almost immediately. We recommend waiting at least an hour before consuming again.