Think you know about CBD? Think again!
What exactly is it?
The Cannabis movement has been driven by growers and harvesters determined to show the world the amazing medical benefits of the powerful plant hemp.
In the United States, hemp is often confused with marijuana (No, they're not the same). Although related, the two are derivatives from the Cannabis plant.
Because of this misconception, it has stalled its entry into the market making it difficult to recognize just how amazing it truly is.
Although studies have proven the nutritional potential of the substance cannabidiol (CBD) for years, it has been kept off the radar due to its misinformed image by the public. CBD is found in both industrial hemp as well as marijuana, creating a link to the two substances.
Although CBD does not replicate the same effects as marijuana, meaning no real "high", it continues to produce therapeutic results for some of the most common unsettling conditions.
The fact that CBD-rich Cannabis is non-psychoactive compared to that of THC-dominant strains makes it an appealing option for patients looking for relief from inflammation, pain, anxiety, and other conditions without disconcerting feelings of lethargy.
Furthermore CBD has demonstrative effects on the brain, and its anti-cancer properties are currently being investigated at several academic research centers in the United States and globally.
Typically, the current market for CBD remains in dietary supplement form.
However, the introduction of tea creates a new and improved way of benefiting from its various wonders.
When combined, these two ancient remedies produce a natural way of healing through their unimaginable powers.