What is CBD Oil?
Cannabidiol, or CBD is a non-psychoactive, naturally occurring compound found in cannabis plants. CBD has gained in popularity recently due to its potential health and wellness benefits. The oil is extracted from both the hemp and marijuana plants which are members of the cannabis family. CBD oil may have the potential to support the bodies communication network responsible for regulating many essential functions.
With so many CBD products on the market, CBD oil still tends to be the most popular product among users. Whether its the ease of use or high bioavailability or perhaps its the many touted effects on the body and mind that attracts users, people from all walks of life use CBD oil for a variety of reasons — but most often to help boost general health and wellbeing.
As with any cannabis related product, it is natural to have concerns about using a CBD oil. At Chronic Tonics we produced our ‘Beginners guide to CBD’, so read on to learn more about the history, extraction and dosage of CBD oil. We’ll also cover common confusions like the difference between hemp and marijuana, and the effects of CBD versus THC.