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What is CBD?

Without a doubt Cannabis or CBD (Cannabidiol) and also CBG (Cannabigerol) seems to be everywhere right now, and it is without a doubt, for a great reason. The natural properties that these natural molecules are mostly used for, promoting a happy mood, increasing balance in our bodies and relieving stress and anxiety is a major breakthrough in the world of wellness. With great news comes great questions.

We are scientists, doctors and farmers and we are here to answer them all.

  1. Why does CBD work so well in our bodies*?
  2. What are the effects of CBD?
  3. Why is CBD so popular?
  4. Can CBD get me high?
  5. How can CBD make me feel?
  6. Can I take too much CBD?

Why does CBD work so well in our bodies?

Humans (and all mammals) produce cannabinoids naturally, endogenously (internally) and these are called "cannabinoids".Endocannabinoids"

Endocannabinoids and their receivers  are found throughout the body: in the brain, vital organs, connective and neural tissues, glands and the immune system. In bovē we consider them "a bridge between the body and the mind" "a bridge to wellness", scientific studies have affirmed that endocannabinoids help maintain and protect our immune system, the nervous system.

CBD is a phytocannabinoid (phyto=plant), as it is produced in the Cannabis plant and is very similar to the Endocannabinoids produced by us internally, as is the case with the Anamide.

What are the effects of CBD?

It has been shown that scientifically that CBD helps the Endocannabinoid System to preserve the body's biological supply of endocannabinoids. *Science has shown that supplementing our own endocannabinoid supply with phytocannabinoids can help the body's ability to recover more quickly from inflammation or pain.

Why is CBD so popular?

The primary function of CBD and other phytocannabinoids is to help the body maintain homeostasis, a word scientists use to refer to "Balance". It is no news that many of us suffer from stress, anxiety and even, so the need for balance is more present than ever, and the potential benefits of CBD and other functional botanicals such as Cannabis Oil are more apparent than ever. cold pressed to generate such a balance are truly mind-blowing.

Can CBD get me high?

NO, NO, NO, NO, NO! 

CBD is considered non-psychoactive, non-toxic, which means it does not produce a "high" like THC. However, it has the ability to improve our mood, so relaxing, anti-inflammatory and multiple skin benefits are common.

How can CBD make me feel?

The effects of CBD are very personal from person to person. Depending on how your individual system responds, CBD can relax you or give you a natural energy boost. Sometimes the impact of CBD is subtle, and it is easier to notice what you don't feel than what you do feel. Over time, you may notice that you sleep better, have less back pain, or even experience lower levels of anxiety.

When life throws us curve balls and external or internal stressors upset the body's overall functioning and balance, the ECS kicks in to bring it back to "normal". *CBD, as well as other phytocannabinoids, keep the ECS "normal". our SEC and our cellular systems healthy and supportive before the ups and downs of everyday life.

Can I take too much CBD?

To find the perfect amount for you, start low and go slowly. If you have a sensitive system, start with 10mg at a time and slowly work your way up. Effects are individual: it is important to monitor how you feel and reflect on any changes to better understand what amount of CBD is right for you.

CBD oil helps people treat and manage a wide range of diseases and conditions. However, as its popularity grows, it is important to keep up to date with research if you decide to use it. 

According to the National Cancer Institute "Cannabinoid receptors, unlike opioid receptors, are not located in the brainstem areas that control breathing, so lethal overdoses of Cannabis and cannabinoids do not occur.

Therefore, you cannot take a lethal amount of CBD, CBG or Cannabis oil, however, as we all react differently to CBD AND CBG, there are a few things to keep in mind before starting your CBD regimen.

Written by:
Carlos Vera

Carlos Vera

CEO & Founder

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