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CBD Oil Review

Everything You Wish to Know About CBD Oil

Across America, CBD is exploding with popularity. States across the country have approved the sale and use of CBD oil.

CBD is currently legal in all 50 states.

So what’s the big deal with CBD Oil?

Find out everything you need to know about the unique natural compound today in our complete guide to CBD.

What is CBD?

You’ve probably heard of a chemical called THC. It’s the compound  that gives its users that “high” effect.

Cannabidiol is another chemical compound commonly found with THC. By isolating that chemical compound from THC, people can enjoy many surprising health benefits without the unwanted side effects of THC.

Specific THC and CBD levels vary between plants. By using selective breeding techniques, skilled growers can adjust the levels of THC and CBD to purify the benefits in favor of either THC or CBD.

Some of the more skilled growers have been able to create strains that have high levels of CBD with virtually no THC. You enjoy the health benefits without the “high” effect.

Why Doesn’t CBD Get You High?

CBD does not produce a high because it’s non-psychoactive. This makes high CBD-rich strains a good choice for those who wish to take it for its health benefits.

While THC acts on your CB1 receptors which are highly concentrated in your brain, CBD does not.  Therefore, there are no mind-altering consequences as these receptors are not affected.

Due to this reason CBD has become a more valid medicine. Today, doctors and health profecionals across America are studying CBD for its medical properties. Since users don’t experience the unwanted effect, doctors are starting to view CBD as a valid treatment method.

One study from 2011 analyzed the effects of different doses of CBD – including high doses. Researchers concluded that CBD was “well-tolerated and safe” even at higher doses, and that the compound “does not interfere with several psychomotor and psychological functions.”

What Are the Benefits of CBD Oil?

Now let’s get to the fun part: what are the benefits of CBD oil and what kind of health effects can you enjoy?

One of the best ways to answer that question is by looking at a 2013 study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. That study analyzed multiple CBD oil studies that had been performed to date and found that the compound had been linked with all of the following benefits and medical properties:

— Antiemetic: Reduces nausea and vomiting

— Anticonvulsant: Reduces your risk of seizures and suppresses seizure activity.

— Antipsychotic: Fights against psychosis disorders.

— Anti-Inflammatory: Reduces inflammation throughout the body and defends against inflammatory diseases.

— Anti-Oxidant: Reduces your risk of degenerative brain conditions like Alzheimer’s and dementia (neurodegenerative disorders).

— Anti-tumoral/Anti-Cancer: CBD has been shown to reduce the growth of cancer cells and fight back against tumors.

— Anxiolytic/Anti-Depressant: Reduces anxiety and treats the symptoms of depression.

CBD also has one more benefit: it takes away the “edge” of THC and has been shown to reduce side effects like paranoia and memory loss. It’s also been shown to reduce the “sleepiness” caused by THC.

Effects of CBD Oil

At this point, CBD oil has not been linked with any major side effects or negative health problems. Instead, cannabidiol has been well-tolerated in all studies performed to-date – even studies that involve taking high doses of CBD oil.

In medical studies, both CBD and THC have been found to have no risk of lethal overdose.

Is CBD Oil Legal?

As mentioned at the top of this page, CBD oil is currently legal in all 50 states.

The number of medical success stories linked to CBD oil is constantly growing, and governments around the world are starting to take note. As more and more CBD oil legalization bills are passed, it seems inevitable that CBD oil will become legal in countries all over the world.

 

Definitions

 

  • Hemp – Hemp refers to the high-growing varieties of plants that are grown to be specifically used for fiber, oil, and seeds. These are then refined into numerous products including wax, resin, cloth, pulp, paper, rope, fuel, and hemp oil.

  • Cannabinoids – A very diverse chemical family that includes natural as well as artificially created substances. Different cannabinoids have widely varied effects, with some cannabinoids proven to have soothing and relaxing properties and others classified as illegal drugs.

  • CBD – A naturally occurring cannabinoid. CBD is legal and safe to consume, yet has long been in the shadow of THC.

  • THC – The most abundant  and  strongly psychoactive cannabinoid, THC is responsible for getting “high”. As a result, its production and usage are strictly regulated.

  • Psychoactive – Any chemical substance that can enter the brain from the bloodstream and directly affect the central nervous system is considered psychoactive. Many psychoactive substances have medical applications (such as anesthetics, psychiatric drugs, etc.), but some of these substances are used solely for recreation, causing dangerous side effects and addiction.

  • Intoxicating – Any substance that can cause you to lose control of your faculties and alter your behavior is considered intoxicating. Almost all illegal drugs have intoxicating properties, although worldwide most intoxication cases are attributed to alcohol. Intoxication can be caused by substances that directly affect the brain (i.e., psychoactive) or by indirectly causing damage to your organism (i.e., through toxicity, hence the term).