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February 04, 2023
Cannabidiol, or CBD as it is popularly known, has become one of the most talked-about topics in recent years. It appears everywhere from beauty products to food supplements, and has a wide range of potential benefits. But with so much information out there, it can be tricky to understand exactly what CBD is and how it works. In this blog post, we'll look at the basics of CBD—including full-spectrum vs broad-spectrum CBD, the potential benefits of using CBD, dosage guidelines, and some popular products on the market.
The first step to understanding CBD is recognizing that there are two types available—full spectrum and broad spectrum. Both can be found in various types of products such as oils, tinctures, creams, lotions etc. Full spectrum refers to a product that contains all the cannabinoids found in the hemp plant (including up to 0.3% THC). Broad spectrum means that all cannabinoids are present except for THC. It's important to note that both forms provide potential benefits but they may differ depending on your individual needs and preferences.
CBD has been studied for its numerous potential health benefits including relief from anxiety and depression, relief from inflammation and pain due to physical activity or injury, improved focus and concentration levels, promotion of better sleep quality and overall well-being. Of course it’s important to keep in mind that more research is still needed for definitive results but many people have already experienced positive effects when using these products regularly over an extended period of time.
It's always best practice to consult with your doctor before beginning any new supplement regimen but when it comes to dosage recommendations for CBD products such as oils or tinctures you should start low then gradually increase until you find the amount that works best for you (generally speaking this will be between 10-20mg per day). Keep in mind that everyone reacts differently so even if one person finds relief with a certain dosage it doesn't necessarily mean you will too—so be sure to experiment until you find what works best for you! It's also important not to exceed recommended dosages as this could lead to unwanted side effects such as nausea or drowsiness.
February 02, 2023
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