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Currently, 47 of the 50 U.S. states, as well as the District of Columbia, have legalized the sale and use of hemp-derived CBD products. CBD is legal in Canada and has been used in the treatment of various medical conditions.
CBD is produced through extraction from the cannabis plant. Unlike regular cannabis products, it does not contain any THC -- the specific chemical that’s responsible for the “high” people feel after using cannabis.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of several naturally-occurring cannabinoids found in the cannabis, or hemp, plant. Unlike the more famous THC cannabinoid, CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it’s not a chemical that can cause you to feel high.
CBD is currently being researched as a potential treatment for a range of conditions, including chronic pain and a variety of neurological diseases. Although research is still in its early stages, current studies of CBD show that it may have promising results as a natural treatment.
Both marijuana and hemp are part of the cannabis plant family. However, the plant strains that are commonly referred to as marijuana typically have a high THC content, with a lower content of other cannabinoids such as CBD.
Hemp, on the other hand, is rich in cannabinoids such as CBD but only contains a small amount of THC. This makes hemp ideal for use as a source of CBD for products such as oil tinctures or vape e-liquids.
There are four different ways to consume CBD oil. The first, using it sublingually, allows CBD to quickly enter into your bloodstream and take effect. The second, using a vaporiser, is also fast, efficient and effective.
Other options include applying CBD topically in the form of a body oil or lotion, as well as using CBD-based capsules. While these are both effective, it typically takes longer for the CBD to get into your bloodstream and start working.