What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the non-psychoactive, or non-intoxicating, cannabinoid found in the cannabis and Hemp plant. The molecule is the same in both plants as both plants originate from Cannabis Sativa L. CBD doesn’t provide the “high” that users typically associate to cannabis, which means you will not feel a buzz. CBD is currently being used to treat a wide variety of conditions such as: anxiety, antibiotic-resistant infections, chronic pain, cancer, Crohn’s, diabetes, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, depression, inflammation, epilepsy, and many more each day. Many CBD studies are showing an array of medical benefits, largely in part to the crucial role CBD and hemp-derived compounds have on our body’s Endocannabinoid System (Yes your body regulates cannabinoids for daily health and healing, isn’t that neat)
How does it work?
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a regulatory network in our body is a recently discovered network of naturally occurring cannabinoids and cannabinoid receptor sites. The system regulates compounds in our bodies the same way that it regulates cannabinoids from cannabis, involving a number of physiological processes such as mood, pain, memory, and appetite.
CBD binds to the CBD1 and CB2 receptors, as well as several independent pathways that may affect our neurotransmitters! Research is increasing around this topic as the reuptake and binding of these neurotransmitters is what several prescription drugs on the market do for mental health (imagine being able to help your body do this naturally with CBD!)
Will CBD get me high?
Simple Answer: No, CBD will absolutely NOT get you high.
CBD affects the body different than THC, so there will be ZERO psychoactive effect.
CBD is an excellent solution for those looking for natural remedies, but do not prefer the psychoactive effect of THC for any which reason. If you or a loved one has always stayed away from Cannabis because you don’t like the idea of being HIGH, well CBD offers the solution.
Ever heard of someone being “Addicted to CBD?” Nope! CBD is completely safe and non-addictive.
Personally, our team is addicted to CBD and have all experienced benefits from it. We are addicted to constantly feeling relief from natural plants and bringing more people into the CBD Journey.
What I should feel?
The Question we insist you ask yourself is: WHAT DO YOU NOT FEEL?
Most people ask what they will feel when consuming THC, alcohol, or other substances, but with CBD we believe it’s what you don’t feel that makes a difference.
Start your CBD journey for a few days, trying CBD at different times during the day if you’d like, and reflect on those days. Ask yourself “What didn’t I feel?” Maybe you didn’t feel pain you normally feel, maybe your mood improved when normally irritated, maybe you were less anxious.
Share with us your story on social media on what CBD made you NOT FEEL!
Can I mix CBD products?
Different CBD products can and should be used together for optimal effects. Ex) A capsule can be taken every morning and a tincture used thorough the day
CBD products may also be mixed with other foods, if desired. Remember, our products already contain coconut oil so they may not mix perfectly with all liquids. You will still receive the same amount of CBD even if the oil doesn’t mix into your liquid of choice. There’s nothing wrong with consuming a tincture THEN your food.
My product is leaking
Mainly with capsules, if the product you received seems to be leaking it is UNLIKELY that it actually is. When filling capsules, even the smallest amount of MCT oil will spread to any capsule it touches. In addition, with our capsules being hand-filled the slightest amount over the threshold causes the capsule to push that extra oil out. We apologize for the inconvenience and will do our best to not make a mess