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CBD is short for Cannabidiol. It is one of 100+ different molecules known as cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. These diverse compounds are known for their therapeutic qualities that provide benefits for both humans and mammals alike.
CBD’s effects are a result of its interaction with a widespread network of cannabinoid receptors known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS). CBD impacts the ECS indirectly, most often through activation of outside receptors and interaction with enzymes.
The human endocannabinoid system is a system of neurotransmitters and cell membrane receptors. The main role of the ECS is to maintain a physiological balance called homeostasis in processes throughout the body.
Hemp seed oil is produced by pressing the plant’s seeds while CBD is extracted from the plant’s flowers. Hemp seed oil has its own benefits but it does not contain cannabinoids such as CBD.
Hemp and marijuana are both types of cannabis. Legally, hemp is a cannabis plant that contains 0.3 percent or less THC, while marijuana is a cannabis plant that contains more than 0.3 percent THC. CBD can be derived from both hemp and marijuana plants.
Broad spectrum CBD products contain a combination of cannabinoids, terpenes and other beneficial compounds found in hemp. Full spectrum CBD oil is very similar to broad spectrum with the exception that full spectrum usually retains the legal 0.3% of THC present in the hemp plant.

It depends on what you’re using CBD for, and also the quality and strength of the product. Most people consume between 10-50 mg of CBD daily but because we are all unique, those numbers can greatly vary. The best thing to do is start low and go slow!

THC is the compound most famously known for the “high” sensation you get from it, a psychoactive response.

CBD, alternatively, is considered a non-intoxicating compound, meaning that you do not get that same psychoactive response that we associate with THC. 

CBD is known to have many of the promising health benefits, minus the intoxicating side effects. 

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