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New to CBD?

Chances are you’ve been hearing of the health benefits and increasing popularity of CBD from friends, neighbors, or even headline news. With so many claims about this remarkable compound, it is difficult to tell which are true and which are probably “too good to be true.” We’d like to help clear up any confusion, so you can make an informed decision about the role CBD may play in your health and wellness regimen.

CBD, or Cannabidiol, is one of several natural plant compounds identified by researchers to benefit the human body. CBD is mainly extracted from the flowers, leaves, and stems of industrial hemp, which is a type of cannabis plant that is extremely low (<0.3%) in THC, the more commonly known cannabis plant compound that can cause a “high.” CBD has no known toxicity levels, does not cause a “high,” and has never been reported to cause injury or death in regular users.

Plant compounds were among humanity’s first curatives, and the benefits of the cannabis plant have been documented as early as 5,000 years ago in Chinese medicine. Today, CBD is being researched extensively in several health arenas. While no single compound cures everything, the benefits attributed to CBD can make it seem overhyped and, frankly, difficult to believe. The truth is that CBD is not a miracle substance or a cure-all but instead acts as a “cell signaler” to help restore the body’s own natural regulatory and healing abilities.

Of the many health facts regarding CBD, these are some of the more commonly known*:

  • Acts as an anti-inflammatory agent
  • Modulates pain signaling, decreasing the sensation of pain
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Is a powerful anti-oxidant, neutralizing the damaging effects of free radicals
  • Slows cellular aging, minimizes muscle loss and bone loss
  • Protects the skin from the damaging effects of sun exposure
  • Is neuroprotective, decreasing wear and tear to the brain
  • Is anti-proliferative, slowing down tumor growth
  • Enhances sleep
  • Reduces anxiety and depression

CBD can be extracted from various cannabis plant species using a variety of methods. The method of delivery into the body also varies and is generally a matter of personal preference and specific need.

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