CBD 101

General

CBD is a super natural supplement that supports the body in a variety of complex ways without affecting the users sobriety.

It can be used to help balance appetite, improve mood, reduce inflammation, reduce pain, counter the effects of THC, and help with immune system functions. (To name a few)
No! CBD is 100 percent non psychoactive meaning it doesn’t negatively impact your mind or mental process. In other words, CBD does not get you ‘high’ or stoned. There is no mental slowness or haziness caused by CBD.
The result is described by many as a wave of relief or relaxation that can be felt throughout the whole body when ingested orally or vaporized. The ‘feeling’ can also be described as a dissipation of ailments.

Topical application results in near instantaneous reduction in swelling, pain or discomfort. CBD targets the source of your problem while limiting symptoms –without interfering with day-to-day life.
Yes! As of October 17th 2018 Canadian residents are legally allowed to use cannabis freely. On December 20th 2018 the United States of America enacted the Hemp Farm bill 2018 officially taking hemp cbd off of the controlled substance list and redesignating it as an agricultural product. In line with tomatoes, potatoes and corn.
Hemp cbd is derived from the hemp plant which ensures an extremely high purity of CBD in its rawest form. This allows it to be turned into a number of products with only microscopic traces of THC (less than 0.3%). This is preferred by those who are subject to drugs tests or find themselves very sensitive to THC.
Many factors affect how much you should take such as weight, experience, tolerance, and desired outcomes.
To get a better idea of where to start, refer to our product finder.
The different methods of consumption often ‘unlock’ the different effects of your endocannabinoid system. Ex: Topicals can help target sore, tight muscles while tinctures have shown to help users achieve a great night sleep.
To find the right method of ingestion for yourself, refer to our product finder.

How can CBD help with...

CBD has been noted to reduce anxiety, an effect that can be hard to quantify, but stems from the calming and relaxing properties of CBD. These effects are attributed to an altered brain chemistry, and increased blood flow to areas of the brain associated with anxiety.
The rapid reduction of inflammation can reduce the pain and lack of motion associated with arthritis.
The calming and anxiety reducing effects of CBD can help to curb negative symptoms associated with THC, caffeine and nicotine such as ‘the jitters’ and paranoia. The negative effects of these compounds when taken in excess produce a form of stress on your mental state that CBD can help to alleviate.
From migraines to bloating, depression and nausea many women are fanatic that they have an all-natural solution that does more than just numb or circumvent the problems. CBD has been able to provide amazing relief, often times with as little as one puff of a vape pen. Acute pain has been shown to be solved with a stronger application such as tinctures.
By interacting with the serotonin receptors in the body, CBD has been shown to reduce the feeling of nausea.
CBD stops the body from absorbing anandamide, a substance in the human body associated with pain regulation. Inflammation is a very common source of aches and pains. Prolonged inflammation can be the source of chronic pain in the body.
CBD has been found to drastically reduce the frequency of seizures in patients suffering from diseases like Dravet’s syndrome and epilepsy. Multiple clinical trials have shown the effectiveness of CBD derived drugs such as Epidiolex
CBD works to alleviate issues that can impede falling or staying asleep such as pain, inflammation and anxiety, rather than sedating the body like opiods. This can help to fight insomnia, without leaving users with a drowsy feeling in the morning.
By providing relief and relaxation, CBD helps to aid in sleep by reducing insomnia rather than making users drowsy.
Many stomach issues like irritable bowel syndrome and other painful gastrointestinal issues stem in part from chronic inflammation of various parts of the gastrointestinal tract.

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