CBD, a.k.a. cannabidiol, is one of the over 500 chemical compounds that are naturally found in the cannabis plant and it is classified as a cannabinoid,
a molecule unique to cannabis, which makes it one of the over 100 known cannabinoids. CBD is also non-intoxicating, meaning it will not affect your
cognition abilities, your memory, your decision-making abilities, and it will not disorient you in any way. It has many potential beneficial properties,
and it is commonly used to promote a better well-being. To use it, CBD is available in variety of products like oils, edibles, vapes, capsules, lotions, and more.
The ones listed however are the main ways to consume CBD, and other products that aren't in these categories will most likely not work. For example,
Incense burners were a product that a few companies have tried selling and people have gotten scammed by buying them because CBD does not work like that,
you will not get any benefits from incense CBD products.
CBD does not, and I repeat, does NOT get you high. CBD is non-intoxicating meaning it will not inhibit your
cognition abilities, your decision-making skills, your memory, or anything like that.
Broad Spectrum CBD products, a.k.a. THC-Free products, are essentially the same as Full Spectrum CBD except without THC.
So it has all the cannabinoids that are naturally found in hemp, just like Full Spectrum CBD, except it does not contain THC.
This is useful for people who are not allowed for whatever reason to use THC or have THC in their system. Maybe you need to
pass a drug test for a job, or maybe you're an eSports gamer where you can't use THC while gaming so instead you want to use Broad Spectrum CBD.
When people say "Hemp Oil," they are typically referring to Hemp Seed Oil, and that is oil that is extracted from the hemp seeds.
In Hemp Seed Oil, there are no cannabinoids, no CBD, and no THC. It is only packed with healthy fats, and it is used for cooking
and often appears in beauty products for moisturizing purposes.The product you are looking for is
CBD Oil which does contain all the cannabinoids if it's Full Spectrum.
Now before you go ahead and quit using CBD because you think it's a scam, there are legitimate reasons why your CBD may not be working:
You are not buying from a reputable source. Look for 3rd party lab tests/Read consumer reviews.
You don't have the right dose. Try taking double the dose you usually do. So if you take let's say 15 drops, try 30 drops.
You need to give it more time. Many people expect to take it one time and see almost instant relief, and actually many people take
CBD for several weeks or months before the see a difference.You need a different method to consume CBD.Maybe it's just not for you.
CBD is popular, but that does not mean it is a "miracle drug" that works for everyone.
After all, there's no such thing as a one-size-fits-all treatment
THC, a.k.a. tetrahydrocannabinol, is the most abundant phytocannabinoid (unique chemical only found in cannabis)
that is found in marijuana.THC is the psychoactive chemical that gives users the euphoria and the feeling of being "high."