What is CBD Oil

 

 

There are several questions surrounding cannabidiol oil, also known as CBD oil. For example: What is CBD oil? How are cbd oil drugs and other products made? Are there other names for it? Is it legal? Is cbd addictive? What are the health benefits? What are the health effects of this natural drug? In this article, we’ll answer these questions and provide you with a clearer picture of what CBD oil is and help you determine if it may be of benefit to you and your overall health.

 

What is CBD oil?

CBD oil (also known as cannabidiol oil or cannabidiol hemp oil) are products rich in cannabinoid oil that stimulates the body’s endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is in charge of many physiological processes like mood, memory, pain-sensation, and appetite.

What is CBD oil?

 

How is CBD oil made?

Cannabidiol oil is extracted from the hemp plant, which is a variety of cannabis. Some varieties are made using the whole plant. Many doctors believe this is the best method, as it allows for a wider array of cannabinoids to be extracted. CBD oil is made by soaking hemp in alcohol or ethanol to create a liquid rich in cannabinoids. The alcohol or ethanol is then evaporated, leaving behind CBD oil. These oils are then put into various drugs and other products to help potentially treat disease nasty health effects the natural way.

 

How is CBD oil made?

Are there other names for CBD oil?

CBD oil is also known as cannabidiol oil or CBD hemp oil. It is sometimes confused with medical marijuana or cannabis, but its makeup, concentration of THC and effects are significantly different from that of cannabis or marijuana products.

 

Is CBD oil legal?

At the time of this writing, cannabidiol oil is legal in 44 out of 50 states. Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, South Dakota, and West Virginia are the only states in which it is not yet legal. Many states have CBD-only laws which allow only patients to receive it, while it is illegal to cultivate products in your own home.

 

Is CBD oil addictive?

No. CBD oil is not addictive. Though many associate cannabidiol oil oil with weed or marijuana products, it is a very different substance. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychoactive compound in marijuana with hallucinatory effects. Only nearly nonexistent traces of it are found in CBD (cannabidiol) oil. Since CBD oil contains almost no distinguishable concentration of THC, it cannot make you high and it is not addictive like other marijuana related products. Interestingly, CBD actually counteracts the potential psychoactive effects of THC, possibly making it a viable treatment option for addiction recovery.

 

Is CBD oil addictive?

 

What are the health benefits of CBD oil?

  • May diminish anxiety
  • May inhibit cancer cell migration
  • May be beneficial in treating seizures and epilepsy
  • May calm upset stomach
  • May relieve pain and inflammation
  • May help prevent diabetes and inflammatory diseases

 

Research around cannabidiol oil is still ongoing, but many studies have found results that may point to the health benefits listed above. As more research is done, many more uses for CBD oil may be discovered. It is also possible that more and more topical ointments may soon be incorporating CBD oil to reduce inflammation and relieve pain.