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CBD OIL: THE BENEFITS WITHOUT THE ”HIGH”

Cannabidiol oil, or CBD oil for short, has been reported by many to be beneficial for a great number of bodily systems without the “high” associated with marijuana use. That’s because CBD oil only contains <0.3% THC, the main psychoactive component of cannabis and the amount legally allowed The World Health Organization deemed CBD oil to be nontoxic and safe for human consumption, with few side effects. As a result, CBD oil is beginning to be used in many different ways to promote one’s well-being.

Cannabidiol oil is created using the flowers of the industrial hemp plant. CBD oil is extracted from the cannabis sativa hemp plant, after which it is blended with a carrier oil such as hemp oil or coconut oil to create a tincture. Because the CBD drops contain little to no THC — the component of cannabis that leads to a “high” — CBD oil is safe to use any time. Our CBD products are third-party lab tested for purity and potency of CBD, so you are assured of the integrity of our products. 

Cannabidiol oil can be administered in a variety of ways, including but not limited to, CBD tinctures/drops, CBD capsules, CBD oral sprays and CBD topicals.

 

WHY BUY CANNABIDIOL / CBD OIL ONLINE?

With one of the largest selections of Cannabidiol products available, TerraVida Online provides an easy, convenient way to shop for all of your CBD needs. Whether you want to apply it topically or take it orally, you’ll find it here at TerraVida Online.

 

We offer a large variety of CBD products for a wide range of applications. Though research is limited, a growing number of reports by individual users, that CBD oil has helped in their recovery from various issues like, pain, anxiety, inflammation and acne and even promotes anti-aging. TerraVida Online has CBD oil products for just about every need. We even offer CBD oil products especially for pets!

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CBD OIL?

Limited research has shown CBD oil to be potentially beneficial in a surprisingly large number of ways, including:

PAIN MANAGEMENT?

The endocannabinoid system regulates sleep, pain, appetite, and one’s immune system’s response. Using CBD oils impacts the body’s endocannabinoid system by binding to the activity of the receptors in the system. The CBD bound endocannabinoid receptors react with neurotransmitters to help mitigate pain and inflammation.

For localized relief, place topical creams with CBD oil directly on the skin or take CBD oil internally depending on the kind of results you are looking for.  Anecdotal evidence as well as research suggest that individuals with arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and other various conditions may benefit by using CBD oil.

ANXIETY and DEPRESSION?

Using CBD oil shows promise as a treatment for both anxiety and depression. Depression and anxiety remain two of the top mental health problems in the world, with depression leading between the two disorders. Treating both depression and anxiety helps the sufferer both feel better and function better in society, which can also help to further decrease stress and anxiety.

Both human and animal studies show promise that CBD oil may help alleviate depression with fewer side effects than some antidepressant medications. In a recent 2019 article in the Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy about the effects of CBD on depression, findings suggest that CBD promotes a rapid and sustained antidepressant effect. As this was an animal study, more research is needed in humans to further explore the advantages of CBD. Researchers believe that using CBD oil affects the brain’s serotonin receptors, which regulate social behavior and mood.

When treating anxiety with pharmaceutical drugs, side effects such as drowsiness, sexual problems, headaches, and insomnia can occur in some cases. Among those using benzodiazepines, commonly prescribed to reduce anxiety, who took CBD, 45.2% were able to stop using the highly addictive benzodiazepines. (Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, 2019).

SYMPTOMS OF CHEMO FROM CANCER TREATMENTS ?

It’s hard to say if CBD oil can alleviate cancer symptoms or cancer treatment side effects, because the studies are pretty mixed and even fewer are standardized.

Dr. Kimberson Tanco, supportive care specialist at MD Anderson, states that there have been reports that cannabinoids like THC and CBD may be helpful for nausea and vomiting and anorexia, as well as neuropathy, anxiety, depression and insomnia. Synthetic cannabinoids like dronabinol have been approved for use with chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting but have not been shown to be superior to conventional anti-nausea medications.

In one small study, cannabinoids were shown to be of potential use for therapeutic approaches of glioblastoma. Although the use of cannabinoids such as CBD has been documented, clinical trials on their application as anti-cancer drugs are still ongoing. There is hope that cannabinoids are successfully translated into oncological care with further research. (Frontiers in Pharmacology, 2019)

You may have heard about Cannabidiol (CBD) through various media platforms and you may have even seen it advertised as an additive to your pre-workout drink, or smoothie, but you may not be aware of what Cannabidiol is and where it comes from.

What is Cannabidiol?

According to Harvard Medical School, Cannabidiol (CBD) is the second, most prevalent of the active ingredients of Cannabis. It is derived from the hemp plant, which is a cousin of the marijuana plant. While Cannabidiol is a component of hemp, taken by itself, does not produce a “high”.

Is CBD Addictive?

According to a study published in the Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence, CBD did not display any signals of abuse liability and can in fact offer a potential treatment for addictive disorders such a cigarette smoking and opiates.

Hemp Plant vs. Marijuana Plant

Although the Hemp plant and the Marijuana plant can often appear indistinguishable, the defining characteristics between the two is based on one factor, the amount of THC in the plant. The term “Hemp” is used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain 0.3% or less of THC content (by dry weight). Whereas, Marijuana can contain up to 30% of THC (by dry weight).

The Extraction Process of CBD

CBD and other cannabinoids are extracted from cannabis using several methods. However, the preferred method, CO2 extraction produces a cleaner and ultimately healthier oil. The results of the CO2 extraction are Full-Spectrum CBD, Broad-Spectrum CBD and Isolate.

Full spectrum is the term used to describe the CBD profile that contains a full range of cannabinoid and terpene profile. This profile will provide the highest level of effectiveness and will closely mirror that of the plant. A full spectrum oil will contain THC, but in most cases the level will be extremely low, less than 0.3%, the amount allowed by law.

Broad spectrum products contain a limited cannabinoid profile. Most often the THC is removed but the benefits are still present. CBD isolate is when the cannabinoid can be isolated down to a single molecule and results in a white powder that can be and added into a number of products for human consumption.

The Importance of Third-Party Lab Testing

Consumers need to be careful before buying just any CBD product off the shelf. Because of the lack of FDA regulation, there is little stopping low-level companies from making false claims about the contents of their products.

The manufacturers who put quality first will help educate their customers and provide information regarding third party testing. These labs test varying levels of organic compounds in oils and levels of CBD and THC. They also look for traces of heavy metals, pesticides, and solvents that pose a risk to the consumer.

Knowing the level of cannabinoids in CBD products is most important when choosing a product for a therapeutic use. Companies that use one or more third party testing labs are putting their customer first and are ensuring them that they will receive the most benefits by using a high-quality CBD product.

TerraVida is committed to providing quality products for the well-being of our customers. If you would like to learn more, contact us and let us introduce you to well-being.

The Endocannabinoid System and how it works with CBD

In the early 1990’s, researchers were looking into the effects of THC. It was at that time that they discovered the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). This molecular cell-signaling system is a natural function of the human body. It helps to regulate a vast array of biological functions. The ECS is comprised of three different structures:

  • Endocannabinoids: These are natural molecules produced by the human body that replicate cannabis.
  • Nervous System Receptors: Bonding agent for endocannabinoids and cannabinoids.  
  • Enzymes: Help to break down the endocannabinoids and cannabinoids

Function of the Endocannabinoid System

The primary function of the ECS is to maintain homeostasis. Your body is in a constantly changing state. Hormone levels and body temperature are ever-changing. Cardiac rhythms fluctuate throughout the day and the bloodstream is always fighting off infection that can occur. The ECS helps to control these levels to keep your body running at its optimum capacity.

Cannabinoid Receptors

Cannabinoid Receptors help to regulate digestive issues, immune functions, hormone levels, reproductive fertility, body temperature, and inflammation. Memory, mood, sleep patterns, pain and pleasure responses are also regulated by the ECS. There are two types of Cannabinoid Receptors in the human body:

  • CB1 Receptors are associated with the central nervous system. They work in tandem with the brain and spinal cord.
  • CB2 Receptors are activated by Cannabinol and interact with the digestive system and peripheral nerves found in the extremities. They are primarily located in the spleen and white blood cells.

Precise Response

The beauty of the ECS is that it responds to a specific area of the body, only when needed. If your body gets too hot, the ECS kicks in to help cool it down, without affecting any other parts of the nervous, digestive, or immune systems. Once the body is functioning properly again, enzymes break down the endocannabinoids to prevent further response. This allows the body to return to an optimal balanced state, known as homeostasis, regardless of the surrounding external environment. 

The effects of smoking Marijuana

The body is flooded with cannabinoids (THC) when a person smokes or vapes marijuana. This causes both a positive and negative response to the body’s physiology. The heart pumps the THC throughout the body to create a bond with cannabinoid receptors in the brain. This is how the feeling of being “high” occurs.

What is Anandamide?

The body creates a natural endocannabinoid that is called Anandamide. This neurotransmitter attaches to the CB1 receptor in the same way that THC does, creating a feeling of calm instead of “high”. It is commonly referred to as the “bliss molecule”.

Cannabidiol (CBD)

CBD has all of the benefits of cannabis, without the high of THC. There are no psychoactive agents in CBD. There is a lot of medical research being done on CBD to determine the potential for treatment of disorders that include Alzheimer’s disease, autoimmune deficiencies, neurological disorders, inflammatory issues, and chronic pain conditions. Patients are already benefiting from the positive effects of CBD that is being used for epilepsy, pain, inflammation, and anxiety disorders. Synthetic CBD is also being created and researched for widespread use. 

CBD Hemp Oil and Hemp Seed Oil: A BIG Difference

Right now, the CBD and hemp industries are amidst a revolution. With the federal legalization of hemp farming in 2018, both CBD and hemp products became more widespread forever, quickly filling shelves in supplement shops, pharmacies, and wellness centers alike. It’s beautiful but awfully confusing because the average consumer isn’t aware of the major differences between CBD oil from hemp and hemp seed oil; to them, it’s all cannabis, as the leaf on the tincture would indicate. 

However, CBD oil and hemp oil are two very different products with their own uses and benefits. Most products in big box stores fail to properly stress their differences, leaving consumers disappointed when they use hemp oil and expect the results of CBD oil – or vice versa. 

What is CBD Oil?

CBD (cannabidiol) oil is one of the main compounds found in cannabis plants. However, unlike it’s counterpart, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD isn’t psychoactive. It allows you to enjoy the benefits without the traditional “high” associated with cannabis use. 

Additionally, there are different types of CBD oil. The kind you’ll see in stores and online are hemp derived, whereas the CBD oil in dispensaries is marijuana derived, both are in the Cannabis family.

What is Hemp Seed Oil?

Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant. It is regulated and tested for traces of THC and CBD, as it’s not supposed to contain either of those compounds. In fact, the oil doesn’t contain any cannabinoids. 

Instead, it’s hailed for its potent concentrations of omegas, vitamins, and beneficial terpenes, as seen in a study published in the Journal of Nutraceuticals, Functional & Medical Foods. It has wonderful, vital nutrients that are great for your hair, skin, and entire body.  

In Conclusion

Although hemp seed oil and hemp derived CBD oil come from the same plant, they are hardly the same product. CBD oil contains cannabinoids necessary to foster benefits for individuals looking for help with symptoms of anxietysleep disordersepilepsy, and chronic pain, among others. Whereas hemp oil doesn’t contain any cannabinoids, rather, it’s full of vitamins and other wonderful nutrients. 

There’s also confusion surrounding CBD oil as a whole, as there are even differences between CBD oil that’s hemp derived vs cannabis derived. Hemp derived CBD oil is legal throughout the country but it’s less potent than cannabis derived CBD, which is only available in dispensaries. 

To keep up with the latest research on CBD oil as a whole and it’s many medicinal benefits, head on over to our blog. If you’d like to learn more information about Terravida Online and our products, please contact us.

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