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I’m sure you’ve heard the growing buzz around marijuana and its products recently. You see it being referred to in TV shows and movies. Some series are even centered on its use. This has all been possible because many states in the US and countries around the world have begun decriminalizing the use of marijuana, particularly medical marijuana. Many researches are underway to fully understand its impact on the body.

Throughout human history, the cannabis plant has held a significant role in treating many illnesses. Some tribes in remote places around the world, in fact, still use the plant as traditional medicine. It was only in recent years that cannabis has been painted in a bad light. People associate it with criminality and delinquency. Banning its use has only made the problem worse and is one major cause for the “war on drugs” that put many innocent lives behind bars. But we’re starting to see a shift in people’s idea about cannabis and, who knows, we’ll soon see its recreational use in the near future.

One aspect of the plant that is of particular concern is CBD, a compound from the plant that has been known to have numerous benefits to many illnesses and the overall health of the body. People take it in a number of ways like edibles and through vaping. But what is it really? Here are some basic informative tips about CBD.

What it is

CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of the many compounds of the Cannabis plant. It is also found in industrial hemp. For thousands of years, people have been using CBD as a natural medicine often using it for pain, stomach problem, sleeping issues and many more. CBD is often likened to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but unlike THC, CBD does not produce the effects a lot of people classify as being high.

Benefits of CBD

The research regarding CBD is still in its very early stage because it is only in recent times that the regulation of Cannabis has started to relax. CBD oil, its common product, has been associated with the cure of many diseases and the prevention of many more. Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, and cancer are the most common diseases that CBD has had a positive impact. In fact, a prescription medication for the treatment of a form of epilepsy made from CBD oil, Epidiolex, has recently been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. People suffering from chronic pains have reported relief after using CBD. Those who experience anxiety and depression may also benefit from using CBD.

How to use it

Normally, CBD comes in oil form and could be added to a number of products like sprays, foods, lotions, and could even be made into capsules and taken orally. There are also bath bombs infused with CBD for a relaxing bath. You can add CBD to your morning coffee or smoothies. The oil can be applied directly on the skin or ingested. Many people inhale CBD through vaping or take it in pill form under the tongue. The application for CBD is very much abundant.

Buying it

Around the world, CBD is actually legal because many countries only criminalize products containing THC. But the dosage and purity for CBD are not strictly enforced and regulated so it is essential that people do research before making any purchase. It is also important that people ask where the plant that the CBD oil came from was grown. Ideally, you want a locally produced plant. You also would want to go with farmers that use responsible farming methods. Also, check that the CBD oil is pure, safe, and free from any impurities. If a brand cannot answer any of these questions, then you should be cautious about making any purchase from them.


A great tip for the right dosage of CBD for you is to start small. You can start with edibles with at least a 2 mg of CBD in it then slowly progressing to two or three over a few weeks. Once you feel comfortable with how CBD affects you, you can up the dosage to about 10 mg to 15 mg. There are capsules, tinctures, and edibles with these dosages that are available for sale either in physical dispensaries or online dispensaries.

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