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Elevate Your Therapeutic Massage Experience: CBD Massage Lotion FAQs Unraveled

What is CBD (Hemp oil)?

CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive (it will not make you feel high) compound found in cannabis. It is one of over 60 different compounds present in cannabis. CBD is usually present in cannabis in high concentrations along with THC (the compound in cannabis that is psychoactive and makes you feel high). It is non-psychoactive because of its lack of affinity and attraction for CB1 receptors (the receptors that cause one to experience a cerebral high). There are two types of cannabinol receptors in the human body; CB1 and CB2.Both are naturally found throughout the body but are most common in the brain and immune system, CB1 receptors are responsible for marijuana’s psychoactive effects. These receptors affect memory, mood, sleep, appetite, and pain sensation. CB2 receptors have anti-inflammatory effects and are found in immune cells. CBD does have a great affinity

and or attraction forCB2 receptors making it a great natural anti-inflammatory and immune system enhancer.

Is CBD marijuana?

Often hemp and marijuana are considered the same thing, but that is misinformation. There are two main types of cannabis that are different in chemical properties, cultivation, usages, and other traits. The biggest difference is hemp contains less than 10-15% THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, in its whole form and less than 0.3% THC in its CBD form. Whereas marijuana has up to 80% THE in its whole form a up to 20% THO in its BD form.

Will I feel intoxicated after taking CBD?

This is the most common question people ask about CBD. “Industrial hemp, * also known as “Hemp- derived CBD,” has a maximum of 0.3% THC to produce 99% CBD, which is not high enough to cause THC symptoms. So, Hemp derived CBD will not make you feel intoxicated.

Will I test positive on a drug test?

Hemp derived CBD products contain very little, if any THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, which causes the “high” feeling. Therefore, you will not test positive in a drug test when using hemp-derived oil.

Is CBD legal in North Carolina?

YES. CBD is 100% legal in the USA as of December 2018, under a signed farm bill. This bill states that as long as a cannabis sativa plant has less than 0.3% THC it qualifies as industrial hemp and is legal to be grown. BD as of 2018 is legal in all 50 states, whereas medical marijuana is only legal in 28 states.

Where’s the research on CBD showing its effectiveness?

There are a lot of studies that have proven the effectiveness of CBD when it comes to muscle and joint pain, depression, nausea/vomiting, seizures, tumor growth and cancer. Additional research is also being published on CD’s ability to calm and protect the nervous system, promote relaxation and deeper sleep.

CBD is also being studied for its benefits in the treatment of seizures and neurological conditions such as MS and cerebral palsy.

*Answers supplied from Stirling Professional CBD, our CBD lotion supplier, located in Cary, North Carolina.

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