The history of cannabis use dates back thousands of years, with some sources placing it amongst the oldest cultivated crops in human history. However, widespread mainstream distribution of CBD is a recent development due to a long history of restricted legal status and an association with marijuana.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of 113 different cannabinoids found in the Hemp plant. CBD is mainly found in the leaves, flower, and stem of the Hemp plant. The seeds of the hemp plant may even have trace amounts of the cannabinoid as well.
CBD can be extracted from the leaves, stem, and flower through a few different methods. The purest method is through Co2 extraction, which keeps intact the purity profile of the oil. This oil is often referred to as a broad-spectrum CBD oil. This means not only does it have CBD, but it has the full amount of cannabinoids. If an oil says broad-spectrum, it is similar to broad-spectrum, meaning it has a wide variety of cannabinoids but does not contain the complete spectrum.
CBD can be isolated by itself, and this type of oil is called CBD Isolate. It goes through the same Co2 extraction process, but only the CBD is gathered. CBD isolates tend to be less effective than the broad-spectrum or broad-spectrum CBD oils because you miss out on the other cannabinoid benefits present in the oil.
CBD is non-psychoactive, and it's possible effects can be subtle depending on the user. So, why are so many people hopping on board the CBD train? The answer lies in its long list of possible therapeutic benefits, both purported and scientifically verified.
Thanks to scientific studies and first-hand accounts, it's clear that CBD has a slew of therapeutic applications. But the need for more data is a commonly-held notion amongst cannabis researchers. As the CBD market grows, it will pave the way for more studies, and the list of its benefits will get even lengthier. CBD's most common benefits include assistance with pain, inflammation, stress, anxiety, and sleep.*
As mentioned above, as time goes by, more studies are being performed on the effectiveness of CBD. Many people claim that CBD has helped them in one way or another, but there aren't always scientific studies backing up their claims. When it comes to knowing if CBD can treat what they are claiming, it comes down to individual experimentation.
The FDA has not approved the use of CBD as a method for medical treatment. Without their research and promotion, CBD will never be a recommended treatment source even though independent companies are performing research to back up their claims.
The question you are probably asking now is whether or not CBD oil can help you. Well, let's take a look at one more thing you need to understand first before that question can be answered.
Fun fact, the human body produces a natural equivalent to CBD and THC in the body. These domestic endocannabinoids are used in sync with our endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS allows our body to interact with the cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant and turn those cannabinoids into a form of medicine appropriately.
The ECS is a complicated system of cannabinoid receptors that are found throughout the entire nervous system. The Cannabinoid receptors are known as (CB1 and CB2); these receptors spur neurons into acting and starting a system response set. These responses may include sending CBD to a part of the body where pain is being registered or to your brain when you are feeling stressed.
Our bodies were designed to use CBD and the other cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Now how our body uses the CBD that we give it is dependent on each person ECS. Individual CBD users may discover that they need more CBD at one time compared to a friend or spouse.
So how do you know how much your body needs? Well, the most straightforward answer is you won't know until you experiment with it. At Zatural, we offer a variety of CBD products designed with our customers in mind. We have CBD products for just about everyone. Our customer service agents are ready to help you find a CBD product that best fits your lifestyle.
Whether you're new to CBD or you've been using it for some time, you'll find Zatural CBD tinctures are high quality and have incredible prices. We offer a wide variety of milligram strengths, from 300 mg to 12,000 mg. Each CBD tincture bottle is NON-GMO, USA grown, C02 extracted, organically grown CBD; each serving contains terpenes, flavonoids, and phytocannabinoids.
CBD oil in a tincture bottle is rated the highest for effectiveness. With CBD oil, you place the drops sublingually underneath your tongue. Then hold the oil there for 30 seconds. The oil is then absorbed into the blood vessels, where the CBD can quickly be spread throughout your body. This method also has a higher bioavailability compared to CBD gummies or CBD softgels.*
Edibles come in a few options. You can find CBD honey, CBD Gummies, CBD Mints, or CBD Gum. Edibles tend to be a great option if you can not stand the taste of CBD oil. CBD oil naturally has a strong grassy taste, and it isn't for everyone. CBD Edibles are a fun way to get your daily dose of CBD.*
Topicals typically are a good option when you need assistance with inflammation in joints or experiencing muscle pain. CBD topicals can come in creams, lotion, butter, and salves. Try our CBD Hot Cream or CBD Hemp Butter to assist with joint inflammation in wrists or knees.*
Here at Zatural, the customer always comes first. Our mission is to help increase the standard of health through natural means. All of our products are natural, organically grown, and handmade. We offer a 30-day satisfaction guarantee that you can send your product back for a refund if you aren't satisfied.
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