What is CBD?
Recently, CBD has emerged as a heavy hitter in the wellness scene and if you haven’t already been taking it for yourself, you probably know someone in your family or close social circle who has been.
Far from a fad, CBD (short for Cannabidiol) is a naturally occurring compound derived from cannabis, a plant that has been used for its healing properties for thousands of years. While often mistaken for its counterpart THC, CBD is completely legalized in all fifty states and contains no psychoactive properties, leaving you with full mental clarity and free to go on about your day.
Effective for a multitude of health concerns, CBD is becoming turned to more and more as a natural alternative to pharmaceutical drugs riddled with harsh side effects.
The benefits of use are wide-ranging, remedying ailments large and small. Studies have shown strong scientific evidence towards its ability to provide life-changing relief for those who suffer from epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, brain injuries and diabetes. It also has become a much-needed alternative for those plagued with chronic pain, inflammation, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and many other conditions.