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Perks of Shopping with Global Eco Bio Science
When you decide to bring CBD into your wellness regimen, you need a CBD store you can trust. Here are a few reasons you can trust us for high-quality CBD products:
Our Product Categories: Find CBD Products Formulated for Your Needs
CBD is versatile. The cannabinoid interacts with the endocannabinoid system in your body to offer a range of benefits, so people seek CBD products for different reasons. To make it easy to find the product that suits your needs, we offer four CBD product categories, including:
THC vs CBD: Pros and Cons
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) may be primarily known for its psychoactive properties, but THC also has its potential benefits:
- + THC deters nausea, inflammation, and pain.
- – The primary downfall of THC is that it can leave you feeling intoxicated.
- – THC is still a restricted cannabinoid in most states in the country.
While CBD may also offer gastrointestinal support, THC does seem to be the better cannabinoid for nausea.
- + CBD is non-intoxicating.
- + Deters pain and inflammation
- + May be good for things like anxiety and depression
- + Acts as a neuroprotective agent.
- + CBD can be derived from hemp, which is legal in all 50 states.
- Analgesic properties to deter pain
- Anxiolytic properties to deter stress
- Antioxidant properties
- Antiepileptic effects
- Neuroprotective properties to support people with neurodegenerative conditions
- Antimicrobial properties to help with acne and other skin conditions
What’s the right CBD product for you?
Both hemp and marijuana are plants from the cannabis family. Hemp is a variety that naturally has extremely low concentrations of THC. Marijuana is loosely defined as cannabis that has a high-THC composition.
CBD oil contains the cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD). CBD, as well as other cannabinoids, interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a complex network of cannabinoid receptors that may regulate a list of bodily functions, such as sleep, metabolism, responding to stress, and more.
CBD has been shown to support better sleep, especially among those who may deal with things like stress, anxiety, or bodily discomfort that would otherwise keep them awake. This may be partially due to the fact that CBD promotes a sense of calm by affecting the nervous system.
Individual results with CBD can vary. Many people have found CBD to be helpful for everything from sleep to pain, and there are ample studies showing the efficacy of the cannabinoid on various ailments.
CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid; it does not cause intoxication. While the cannabinoid may have some psychological effects, such as soothing stress or helping you mentally relax, CBD does not leave you inebriated.
CBD is known to be well-tolerated with few risks of side effects. You may experience drowsiness or gastrointestinal issues like nausea at high doses, but when taken responsibly, this will be rare. CBD may also negatively interact with certain medications, so discuss plans to take CBD with your doctor.
CBD products for sale are legally allowed to contain up to 0.3 percent THC. This fractional amount is not enough to cause intoxicating effects.
CBD itself is not something drug tests will be looking for. However, some CBD products do contain trace amounts of THC, and it is the metabolites of THC that drug tests are designed to detect. Therefore, there is a potential that taking some CBD products could lead to a failed drug test. For this reason, it is best to plan accordingly if you are expecting a drug test.
Yes, CBD is legal if it doesn’t contain more than 0.3 percent THC.