Science behind Cannabinoids(CBD)
What are Cannabinoids?
Cannabinoids are beneficial plant compounds found in the hemp and cannabis plants. Not all cannabinoids are psychoactive. CBD (Cannabidiol) is often mistaken as tetrahydrocannabinol, THC, but they are not the same. They both have medical benefits, but they work in different ways.
First, CBD does not make someone feel “high” or “stoned”. In fact, a lot of CBD users say they do not particularly notice a change. They feel more calm than they were before, but it is not a drastic change like THC produces.
Flavonoids and Terpenes
Flavonoids occur throughout nature and contribute to the color of plants. They contain antioxidant, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Terpenes (also known as “essential oils”) are responsible for taste, aroma and smell. They provide many mental and physical health benefits.
Hemp is the least harmful to the environment. The hemp crop requires little water to grow and replenishes soil nutrients to help improve soil health. It is also biodegradable and is one of the stronger textile fabrics.
How many Cannabinoids are there in hemp?
There are over 120 cannabinoids in Hemp! The most popular one's are CBD, CBN, CBG, CBN and THC.
The Cannabinoids are absorb through our endocannabinoids receptions, which regulates and controls many of our most critical body functions such as learning and memory, emotional processing, sleep, temperature control, pain control, inflammatory responses and eating.
CBD is a powerful anti-inflammatory and has been known to help assist with
Sleep, Mood, Stress, Dry and Inflamed Skin , Digestion and Appetite, Pain Relief and other mental and physical