CBD oil is a cannabinoid — a natural chemical constituent - found in the cannabis sativa plant. Although cannabis sativa can be bred
into marijuana, nearly all commercially sold CBD oil is derived from industrial hemp, which contains less than 0.03% THC content
by law and causes no psychoactive effect. CBD oil is now widely recognized for an array of potential health benefits.
How does CBD work?
In short, CBD acts on the body’s endocannabinoid system, which affects stress, the immune system, and pain sensitivity.
How do people use CBD?
There is a large and growing list of uses for CBD. As a powerful anti-inflammatory, some popular applications may include relief from pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia, among many others. We’ve compiled some of the research into these treatments on Why CBD?.
Will CBD make me feel "high"?
No. Because CBD contains less than 0.03% THC - the psychoactive chemical in marijuana - it is not physiologically possible to "get high" off CBD.