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CBD 101: What To Know About Cannabidiol

CBD 101: What To Know About Cannabidiol

Posted by Ooo La Lattes on 7th Jul 2022

Updated: 23rd of January 2024

CBD 101: Everything To Know About Cannabidiol

Heard a lot about CBD oil lately and are curious to learn more?

This blog post will provide helpful information about CBD, including what it is, and its potential uses. We'll also dispel some of the myths that are out there about CBD oil and answer some common questions people have about it.

CBD is a cannabinoid that is found in cannabis plants. It has been receiving a lot of attention lately because of its potential uses. Some people are hesitant to try CBD because they have heard myths about it, but here we will dispel those myths and answer some common questions. Read on to learn everything needed to know about CBD.

What is CBD?

CBD is short for cannabidiol, which is a compound found in the Cannabis Sativa plant.

Cannabis is a family of plants that includes both marijuana and hemp. Unlike THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), another compound found in cannabis plants, but the operative difference is that CBD it isn't associated with "being high."

Marijuana contains high levels of THC, the compound associated with feeling "high", while hemp contains very little THC but higher levels of CBD. That’s why most CBD products are derived from hemp plants.

CBD can be extracted from the plant in several ways, including CO₂ extraction, which is considered the most efficient method. Once it’s extracted, it can be added to many different products, like oils, edibles, and topicals.

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How does CBD work in the body?

CBD works by interacting with the body’s endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is part of the central nervous system and is responsible for many important bodily functions.

When CBD is introduced to the body, it binds to the cannabinoid receptors in the brain and body.

CBD is available in a variety of forms

Including oils, edibles, topicals, and more. The best way to take it depends on individual needs and preferences. Some people prefer to take it orally, either in the form of an oil or capsule. Others prefer to use topical products, like lotions or creams. And still, others prefer to vape it or use it in a diffuser.

The most popular method of using CBD oil is to place a few drops under the tongue and hold for 30-60 seconds before swallowing. This allows the oil to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream.

Whatever form you choose, make sure to purchase from a reputable source. CBD products are not regulated by the FDA, so there’s no guarantee that they contain what they claim to contain. Look for products that have been third-party tested and created by manufacturers with a good reputation.

Before trying, talk to a healthcare provider.

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Ready to try CBD? There’s no better time than now.

In Texas, hemp-derived CBD products are legal under federal law. However, there are some restrictions on these products. For example, they must contain less than 0.03% THC and can only be sold by licensed retailers. Additionally, CBD may not be marketed as having any special uses unless they have been approved by the FDA.

First, be sure to purchase from a reputable source that provides third-party lab testing results. This will ensure a high-quality product. Second, start slow and increase gradually as needed.

CBD is becoming increasingly popular as more and more people learn about it. Do research and buy from a reputable source. And don’t forget to talk to a doctor first to see if it might be right.

We hope this blog post has helped answer questions about CBD oil! For any other questions or more information, feel free to contact us. We're always happy to help!

* This blog post is to provide information only. Always consult with a doctor before beginning.*


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