Cannabidiol (or CBD), a nonpsychoactive natural plant compound extracted from hemp used to treat a number of conditions but could it help treat your inflammatory bowel disease (IBS)? The answer could well be yes.
With Coronavirus (COVID-19) dominating the news and many already in self-isolation, the impact of the pandemic is being felt by millions. We are all feeling the strain – physical and mental wellbeing has never been more important.
The effect of CBD on your immune system is one of the most difficult to explain or understand but we will try our best. Does it strengthen your immune system? How can CBD help you stay healthy?
This guide is for the new CBD customers who are having early doubts because the results haven’t happened overnight. It covers everything from finding the right amount, to when to take it, and when you’ll see results.
The CBD content is the star of the show when it comes to CBD oil but we want to shed some light on the rest of the nutrients in CBD oil that can help ensure your body runs at its best.
CBD works by harmonising our many internal systems, collectively known as our endocannabinoid system. This system is made up of tiny receptors throughout our bodies at over 70 different sites that interact with cannabinoids.