Introduction to CBD

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CBD and Pets

Is CBD safe for pets? When our pets get sick, we try to get the best treatment or medicine available to cure them, don't we? As more and more people discover the medical benefits of CBD, many pet owners are increasingly turning to CBD medicinal products (such as oils, creams or pills) to treat their dogs and cats' anxiety, pain and seizures. Are marijuana products safe for dogs and cats, and does cannabis affect pets the same way it does humans? CBD, in its pure form, appears to be safe and well tolerated by animals (according to the World Health Organization's 2017 report), but you probably still have some questions about CBD, THC, how they work and what benefits they can bring to the health of your dog or cat. In this article, we will present some of the main therapeutic effects and uses of CBD to help pet owners become better informed and promote the health of their beloved animals with cannabinoid products. According to Gary Richter, a veterinarian specializing in integrative medicine based ...

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Myths, legends and errors about the CBD

As research into CBD as an alternative or complement to traditional medicine advances, more and more myths and doubts arise about this hemp compound. Cannabidol, or CBD, is a non-toxic compound with important therapeutic properties from the marijuana plant. Despite its growing popularity and the fact that there are many products on the market that contain CBD (from cosmetic products such as body creams to pet food), most people still have doubts about the effects of CBD, its advantages and how it works. CBD drugs you because it comes from the marijuana plant. Contrary to what many people think, not all the compounds that come from hemp get you high and not all the cannabinoids make you feel the high. In fact, the cannabis plant contains over 400 active compounds, including over 100 cannabinoids and other components. Unlike THC, CBD does not produce any kind of high or euphoria, even in high doses. CBD is good for health and THC is bad. Another interesting myth that is very much linked to the moral values of our society is that ...

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Cannabinoid extraction

TYPES OF CBD EXTRACTION CBD (cannabidiol) is a cannabinoid that is gaining a great reputation in everything related to health and wellbeing thanks to its medicinal potential. CBD is consumed in various ways (oils, foodstuffs, creams, drinks, etc...) and when we talk about how to obtain CBD what we are really talking about is the type of extraction method used. How is CBD extracted from the plant? CBD is obtained from the flowers, stems and leaves of hemp and there are several methods of extraction, some safer than others. For example, extraction using butane can leave behind residues that are hazardous to our health. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages... and we will detail them below: CO2 extraction: This method is the cleanest and most specialized. This method is also used to extract essential oils for perfumes. To better understand how the CO2 extraction process works we must know that carbon dioxide (CO2) is used at high pressure but at low temperature, this makes it behave like a liquid and not like a gas. The liquid CO2 passes through the plant material and dissolves ...

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Introduction to CBD

What is CBD and where does it come from? Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is a phytocannabinoid (natural cannabinoid) found in the flowers of the cannabis plant. Most of the CBD used medicinally comes from hemp. Both hemp and marijuana originate from Cannabis Sativa, but they are very different from each other. For years, cannabis growers have modified and refined different strains of marijuana to produce high levels of THC, different flavours and even varied colours, but they have never had to alter the plants as they are already full of CBD. Hemp not only produces an incredibly rich oil, but also has many other interesting uses that can provide sustainable alternatives to many everyday products. To date, over 100 different phytocannabinoids have been found within the plants, but the focus is on CBD and THC. This is mainly due to

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