Is All CBD The Same?

From adult seizures to cancer and chronic arthritis, CBD oil can be used to treat everything.

Using CBD oil is not the same as using real cannabis as medicine.

The compound CBD in marijuana is known to have medically proven therapeutic benefits. There are even FDA-approved anti-epileptic medications derived from cannabidiol, such as Epidiolex. In general, when people use cannabis as medicine, they are basically supplementing their natural levels of endocannabinoids with CBD. The result of this stimulation is the stimulation of the CB1 and CB2 endocannabinoid receptors in the brain, which, as we know, play a role in the production of serotonin. It is often said that serotonin is the happy chemical in the brain. The reason behind this is that having more serotonin makes people feel happier. Since hemp does not contain Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), manufacturers use hemp as the raw material to create CBD oil. Unfortunately, if you choose to purchase CBD oil online, you will not be able to enjoy the same level of assurance. It has been reported in recent years that several people have died from CBD oil products bought online that later proved to contain toxic ingredients. The majority of CBD products that are currently being sold online contain lower amounts of CBD than what is stated by the manufacturer. It is important to note that hemp-derived CBD oil is rarely prepared to the same standards as other medications or health supplements. Due to this reason, CBD oil is often marketed as a dietary supplement.

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