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What is CBD?

CBD, the most familiar abbreviation for CANNABIDIOL, is a non-psychoactive compound that interacts directly with our body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS), a network of receptors that interact to maintain vital functions throughout our body. Scientists discovered the first human cannabinoid receptor in 1988, and soon after they had identified a second receptor. In 1995, the two receptors were classified as the CB1 and CB2 receptors. The CB1 receptors are found abundantly in regions of the brain responsible for mental and physiological processes such as memory, high cognition, emotion, and motor coordination, and the CB2 receptors are found throughout the central nervous and immune systems. The interaction between these two receptors with cannabinoids like CBD is the catalyst for some health benefits that are being studied by many scientists and doctors. CBD has natural anti-inflammatory properties with therapeutical potential. Although results are different from person to person and each body is unique with different habits, behaviors, body types, feelings etc, research has shown that CBD has been widely studied for the constant benefits it brings to users.

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