What does CBD stand for?

CBD is short for “cannabidiol.” It is the scientific name for one ingredient found naturally in the Cannabis sativa plant, also known as Hemp, which is non-intoxicating.

Is CBD Holistic/Wholistic?

CBD uses a holistic method for physical as well as mental wellbeing. Holistic intends to consider all aspects of your emotional and physical wellbeing as a whole instead of focusing on any one or any particular sign and symptom.


What does CBD do?

The cannabinoids in CBD interact with the user's Endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS makes our bodies very receptive to the potential health benefits of cannabinoids. it’s on immune cells in our bloodstream, all over our nervous system, on the entire axis of the spinal cord, and in virtually every cell in the brain. There are even cannabinoid receptors in our skin.The ECS system regulates pain, stress, appetite, energy, cardiovascular function, reward perception, reproduction, and sleep, to name a few. And, the role of the endocannabinoid system is to keep our bodies in a state of complete balance called homeostasis. ie. It consists of three main components: endocannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors, and the enzymes that break the cannabinoids down.  CBD Gummies, Tinctures and other edibles bind to receptors in the body, which are known to reduce stress giving the user a relaxing experience. These edibles are also known to have other possible health benefits, like promoting better sleep and if, like my products, other herbs are added, then those properties will enhance those specific herbal benefits.

CBD typically stays in your system for 2 to 5 days, but that range doesn't apply to everyone. For some, CBD can stay in their system for shorter and/or longer periods of time

CBD may help to reduce pain by acting on a variety of biological processes in the body. CBD has been shown to work as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and analgesic and may also reduce the anxiety people living with chronic pain often experience.

Can CBD be absorbed through the skin?

Yes, CBD can be absorbed through the skin. When CBD is absorbed topically it does not enter the bloodstream but rather connects with nearby cannabinoid receptors through the skin's pores. 

 CBD Types & Definitions:

Full-spectrum CBD oil, also known as whole plant, mixes CBD with cannabis-derived terpenes, a trace amount of THC, as well as lesser-known cannabinoids such as cannabigerol (CBG) and cannabinol (CBN). Consuming full-spectrum CBD oil may create what's called the entourage effect, a phenomenon that occurs when cannabinoids and terpenes work together synergistically to produce a greater effect.
Distillate is a golden, viscous oil that typically contains around 70-80% CBD. The distillate is a highly refined extract that has undergone distillation, a process to remove certain cannabinoids from the original full-spectrum oil.
  Broad-spectrum CBD oil contains a similar array of cannabinoids and terpenes but without the trace amounts of THC. Additional processes can remove as much THC from the CBD oil as possible, while still maintaining other cannabinoids and terpenes.
Isolates are made by stripping away all other cannabinoids and terpenes, resulting in a crystalline powder that is pure CBD. Product labels should denote if the CBD oil is isolate-based or contains other cannabis-based compounds. Since the isolated form of CBD comes in a crystalline powder, it's usually mixed with a carrier oil, typically coconut or olive oil.

Possible Side Effects of CBD

      CBD is generally considered safe for users. However, users may experience mild         side effects[101] such as:

  • Tiredness
  • Diarrhea
  • Changes in appetite
  • Changes in weight

CBD may also interact with certain prescription medications, dietary supplements, and over-the-counter drugs. 

More commonly, it is known to interact with medications that contain a grapefruit warning. Nevertheless, it is essential to speak with your physician to discuss potential side effects before using CBD products.

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