How CBD works

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. It has generated significant interest among scientists and physicians in recent years, as users report a wide range of benefits, such as stress reduction,  anti-inflammation and pain relief.

CBD is thought to work on the endocannabinoid system in the body, which impacts a wide range of processes, including sleep, mood, chronic pain and memory.

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How to Take CBD

CBD can be consumed in any number of ways to suit your lifestyle and the effects that you want. You might want a lengthy and lasting mellow experience, or you might want to vape or take a spray to experience the effects quickly. Everyone differs. So you may want to try a number of different dosages, ways of ingesting and flavours to find your perfect match. Here’s a run-down of the common types.

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How to calculate the right dose of CBD

There are a lot of variables that go into deciding how much CBD to take. It varies with your size and the strength of any product you choose. Everyone reacts differently because they have different body chemistry. And of course your needs will differ, depending on what you want to achieve. Pain relief is different from getting a good night’s sleep. We provide some suggestions for your first steps with CBD.

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What to look for when buying CBD

CBD is increasingly mainstream, and the variety of products from different suppliers can be bewildering. Some companies make their own CBD, with varying results. You should look for label and lab test information to make sure you’re getting the best experience for your money. We’ll show you how to check for strengths, purity, flavours and ingredients.

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CBD versus THC: How they differ

Both cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are compounds in cannabis or hemp plants. Both compounds act in the body in different ways.
THC is the main psychoactive compound that gets you high. CBD is reported to have a wide range of therapeutic effects throughout the body, but it isn’t psychoactive. Products containing CBD are legal for human consumption as long as they only contain trace or undetectable levels of THC.

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