Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of over 60 active compounds in the cannabis plant. These active compounds, known as cannabinoids, affect your body in many different ways.
At this point in time, you’re likely aware of cannabinoids – namely THC and CBD..
CBD comes in many forms, including oils, extracts, capsules, patches, vapes, and topical preparations for use on skin.
The Bailiwick of Guernsey Cannabis Agency has issued its first licence in relation to CBD production.
THC is the element in cannabis that causes a high, not CBD. CBD has been known even to mitigate or limit the effects of THC when taken in different varieties and strains.
Now, the once “simple” choice between THC or CBD has become more nuanced. Terpenes, full spectrum oil, whole plant extract, supercritical fluid extraction, live resin: if you’re just a casual cannabis consumer, you may need a hand deciding what product is right for you.
What happens if you feed cannabis to sheep? It’s a question you might expect from someone using cannabinoids, rather than studying it.
Sometimes it feels likes we can hardly move without bumping into words like ethical, sustainable, eco-friendly and green. They’re pretty impressive words – tied up with messages about saving the world and supporting the environment – but what do they actually mean…?
With a weak immune system, however, you are more prone to illness: colds and flus will hit harder and wounds will be slower to heal.
Cannabidiol (CBD) has been recently covered in the media, and you may have even seen it as an add-in booster to your post-workout smoothie or morning coffee. What exactly is CBD? Why is it suddenly so popular?