What is CBD? You might've heard it when buying cannabis products. People think it's weed without "the high", but what is it really?
We know the basics of marijuana. When we consume/smoke it, we get high. The effects can vary, depending on what is being consumed, but the effects are pretty much the same. THC is the main compound found inside marijuana, but there's another and that's where CBD comes in. Compared to THC, it has a much different effect on people. With weed on the rise, dispensaries are looking greatly into CBD and what it can do.
CBD comes in many forms including tinctures, creams, oils, gummies, and smoke-able oils. How do people use it though?
With all the research up until now, it's proven to help people with physical pain on the body. This is where oils and creams come in. You can apply it to the point of pain and it'll help you get back to 100%. This is sore muscles, arthritis, any body injuries and more. Its also know to help people with epilepsy and insomnia.
CBD is a sort of a natural replacement for something like Advil. Tons of people have moved to use CBD for body pain in the last two years. With it being completely legal, many stores, smoke shops, dispensaries and even grocery stores sell it. If you haven't given it a try and see if it could maybe help you out.