CBD vs THC

  • CBD or Cannabidiol is a compound found in cannabis or hemp plants (which refer to essentially the same plant with differing ratios of CBD and THC.) It’s the THC or delta-9 tetrahyrocannabinol that causes a change of mental state and awareness, we call it “getting high.” CBD, on the other hand, does not cause “highness.”

  • Endocannabinoid System or ECS interacts with the Central Nervous system, the Immune system, the Endocrine system, and the Digestive system. It has been shown to help us deal with stress and Pain and CBD helps keep these systems in balance.

CBD vs THC

  • CBD is especially useful for those of us who would like to experience cannabis healing without any psychotropic effects.

  • CBD has been shown to be anti-inflammatory and aid in recovery from injury, and works to relax the body and psyche.

  • The human body has a system that utilizes these compounds for the purpose of regulating and maintaining the proper balance among all other major systems in the body. This system is called the Endocannabinoid System or ECS.

CBD vs THC

  • CBD is especially useful for those of us who would like to experience the healing of cannabis without any psychoactive effects.

  • CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound found in cannabis or hemp plants (which refer to essentially the same plant with differing ratios of CBD and THC). It’s the THC, or delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, that causes a change of mental state and awareness. We call it “getting high.” CBD, on the other hand, does not cause a psychoactive effect, since the concentration of THC must be below 0.3% for CBD to be considered viable for sale.

CBD vs THC

  • CBD is considered an anti-inflammatory and recovery product, which works to relax the body and mind.

  • The human body has a system that utilizes these compounds for the purpose of regulating and maintaining the proper balance among all other major systems in the body. It’s called the endocannabinoid system or ECS.

  • The ECS interacts with the central nervous system, the immune system, the endocrine system, and the digestive system. It helps us deal with stress and pain, and CBD helps keep these systems in balance.

CBD SOURCED FROM HEMP vs. MARIJUANA

HEMP is primarily used for industrial purposes, producing hundreds of resources such as textiles, seeds, food, and oils. CBD sourced from hemp is nonintoxicating, nonpsychoactive, and is now federally legal in the U.S. as long as the cannabinoid content of THC is 0.3% or less.

Hempseed oil doesn’t necessarily contain CBD, and it’s important to carefully read the labels on products marketed for their therapeutic benefits.

MARIJUANA is most commonly known and grown for its psychoactive properties because of higher concentrations of THC, whether it’s for recreational or medicinal use. CBD, found in marijuana species, is sold only in “adult use” or medicinal cannabis-friendly states through dispensaries, as it’s often combined with THC contents higher than 0.3%, usually ranging from 15% to 20% in concentration.