What is CBD?
CBD stands for CannaBiDiol.
It is the second most prevalent component of the cannabis plant; THC is the first and most known.
The variety of subspecies of the cannabis plant has created many conflicts among botanists about its classification. Today, it is widely accepted that there is an original species Cannabis sativa L. from which a variety of subspecies such as
have emerged. All of them differ mainly in their content of the main active ingredient of cannabis, D9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
Based on this, the most widespread subspecies are
a) Cannabis Sativa, which contains bigger amounts of CBD
b) Cannabis Indica containing a bigger amount of THC
THC is psychoactive and it has psychological effects. It is responsible for the “high” that marijuana users experience.
CBD is the less known cannabinoid. It is extracted from the Cannabis Sativa subspecies. It is non-psychoactive and acts on a physiological level. It doesn’t give users a “high” and it isn’t addictive.
I chose to upgrade my services and offer my clients the possibility of choosing treatments enhanced with CBD infused products because I am aware of the beneficial effects of CBD on health and wellness.
What will CBD do to your physical and mental health and wellness?
- It can fight drug addiction
- It can help cigarette smoking cessation
- It relieves symptoms of schizophrenia
- It lowers incidences of diabetes
- It helps fight alcoholism.
Would you like to experience a massage through the senses of one of my clients? Take a look at what Effie, friend, an authority on CBD and hemp health and beauty products, and blogger wrote after she experienced two CBD massage sessions with me.
You can refer to her blog Hemp for the Best of Health and Beauty any time you need additional information or have questions about CBD or hemp and she will gladly share her knowledge with you. If she doesn’t know the answers, you can be assured that she will find them!