What CBD is? Introduction to Cannabidiol

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Recently, we have all heard about CBD (Cannabidiol) success in the cannabis sector.
But… what CBD is? Do you know about uses and properties of CBD?
Clear up any confusion with this new post.


CBD (Cannabidoil) is one of the main cannabinoids (chemical compounds) that are naturally present in Cannabis (or hemp).
It is obtained from the flowers of the plant and only some strains of Cannabis are rich in CBD, since so far the majority were high in THC, the psychoactive and more popular (since now) cannabis cannabinoid.
CBD doesn’t have any psychoactive effect, that’s means you will not get “high”. According to numerous studies, it stimulates the body’s natural response to pain, anxiety and stress.
There are also studies that recognize that CBD can contrast the adverse effect of THC, like paranoia or lack of short-term memory.
CBD acts with the endocannabinoid system and regulates its functions.

The endocannabinoid system:

It’s a communication system between cells; the endocannabinoid system is responsible of different tasks regulating metabolic processes of the human body.
Cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2) and endocannabinoids forms the Endocannbinoid system, which is essential for the proper functioning of the body.
The endocannabinoid system is not only found in humans, but is also present in other mammals, amphibians, birds and other animals.

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The endocannabinoid system is responsible of different tasks regulating metabolic processes of the human body. CBD acts with the endocannabinoid system and regulates its functions.

What CBD is used for?

A lot of scientific research and the growing testimony of patients and doctors highlight the potencial of CBD as treatment or aid for a wide range of diseases, which include (but are not limited to):

  • Stress, anxiety, depression
  • Inflammations, pains
  • Insomnia
  • Inflamed Bowel
  • Tobacco and other addictions
  • Dermatitis, Atopic Skin, Acne
  • Neurogical conditions
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • PMS
  • Hypertension

It’s very important to note that, although the CBD can help, it is never recommended to replace it with your medication, we recommend to talk with your doctor or veterinarian before doing any change.

How to use CBD

Despite the great potential of CBD as an aid in certain diseases, there are still enough clinical trials to be considered by the entire medical community as a useful medicine. Meanwhile, depending on the country, you can find it in the market in many formats. In Germany, for example, it can be bought in pharmacies, even in flower format.

Today’s CBD is found in all types of products:

  • E-liquids with CBD, to be vaped
  • CBD concentrates, such as CBD distillates or isolated CBD
  • Flowers (buds) and extracions
  • Cream and other cosmetic products, for topical application
  • Oil for topical application or oral consumption
  • Pills, candies, sweets…
  • Crystals, to be vaped or to be mixed in oils for consumtion or for massages
  • Salt balls for relaxing baths
  • Toothpaste
  • And many more…
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Vaping is around 95% healthier alternative than smoking.

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