CBD Education

What is CBD?

CBD has taking the world by storm. Everyday thousands more discover its many uses and experience the positive benefits of a daily dose of CBD.

“nature’s miracle drug,”Cannabidiol but like most of us know it as CBD. CBD is produced from cannabis plants, or hemp but does not contain any THC,Though researchers have only begun to discover all that CBD can do for the body, the little we know is pretty impressive.it has been proven that CBD has alot of health benefits.CBD is a naturally occurring compound derived from hemp or marijuana plants, it has been confirmed to affect the endocannabinoid system in reducing pain and a variety of other symptoms and health problems.                                   

  • Down Below are some educational links Fun Facts. and Some clinical trails that were done using cbd.

Facts about CBD

  • CBD has numerous natural benefits
  • CBD can come from both Hemp and Marijuana
  • CBD is is a main component of cannabis
  • CBD is one of over 100 cannabis derived canabinoids
  • CBD is Federally, Provided it comes from Hemp
  • CBD is safe and non-habit forming
  • CBD is not the same as hemp seed 
  • CBD can help with addictions
  • THC gets you high, CBD doesn't
  • CBD can also be beneficial for your pets 

Did you know?

  • CBD influences the body to naturally utilize more of its own naturally occurring endocannabinoids.
  • CBD influences the body to utilize more of the endocannabinoids that are already existing there for enhancing how those endocannabinoids actually utilize them.
  • It's the utilization and the activation of Vanilloid receptors, Adenosine receptors, and serotonin receptors. That ultimately gives us the sensation and the end result we are seeking when we look at CBD.
  • High concentrations of CBD have been shown to activate the 5-HTIA Serotonin receptors.
  • It allows our bodies to create more serotonin and utilize it more efficiently.



All cannabinoids, including CBD, produce effects in the body by attaching to the cb1 and cb2 receptors. CB1 receptors present mostly in the brain. CB2 receptors are more common in the immune system.

The Endocannabinoid system is responsible for keeping a whole host of functions of the human body regulated. 

the body works continuously to keep things within safe boundaries in the body – not too much, not too little, not too high and not too low. In fact, just right!

Some of the functions of the body which are regulated by the Endocannabinoid system

Endocannabinoid deficiency is a condition, where the human body does not produce enough endocannabinoids to keep the body in good working order. Medical researchers believe that this could have an impact on a number of conditions.




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