Cannabis Oil (CBD)
CBD oil and THC oil are still in their infancy in the health industry (even though it was used even before the great wall of China was buil). People are fast discovering they both work for many different ailments.
Not only are people re-learning about the great benefits of CBD oil, they are also becoming aware of THC oil and want to know the difference between the two.
If you’re interested in learning why CBD could be a better alternative to THC oil then you’ll enjoy your reading every word on this article.
Dharma Calm CBD Tincture contains:(Cannabis Oil (CBD))
30 ml total volume
.1 mg/ml THC, 5 mg/ml CBD.
3 mg THC, 150 mg CBD total volume
Ingredients: Organic Cane Ethanol, Cannabis Fl., Ganoderma, Scutellaria Lateriflora, Passiflora Incarnata, Schisandra Chinensis, Melissa Officinalis
This specially designed tincture uses essential oils and cannabis extract to combat the high intensity environment we live in and relaxes the nervous system to reduce anxiety. Dharma Calm helps balance nervous system naturally and return the body to a relaxing state of calm. CBD helps the brain and endocrine system perform optimally to keep you calm and centered throughout the day.
What is the difference between THC and CBD?
Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC and cannabidiol or CBD fall are both cannabinoids and work in similar ways. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds that can be found in cannabis plants including hemp and marijuana. They are plant-based cannabinoids or phytocannabinoids that offer a variety of health benefits. Cannabinoids are secreted by the flowers of the cannabis plant and offer relief from conditions including anxiety, pain, nausea, and inflammation.
Cannabinoids work by mimicking the endocannabinoids that are naturally produced by the body. Endocannabinoids are compounds that regulate vital functions such as internal stability, homeostasis, pain regulation, and immune system functioning. Cannabinoids, be it produced by the body or those derived from cannabis, facilitate the communication between cells to trigger various bodily processes. A deficiency of cannabinoid can result in unwanted symptoms and complications too.
Cannabinoids typically bind to receptor sites located in the brain called CB-1 and various parts of the human body called CB-2. Different cannabinoids produce different effects depending on which type of receptor they bind to. THC mostly binds to receptors in the brain whilst CBD unlocks the receptors scattered throughout the body.