Meet the Cannabinoids
THC often refers more specifically to Delta 9 THC, a psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis or hemp that gets you high. This intoxicating cannabinoid shouldn't be used while driving or operating heavy machinery, as it can be disorienting and/or sedative to some.
A non-psychoactive cannabinoid known for its therapeutic effects on the brain and body. Studies and anecdotal references alike have found varying degrees of success with using CBD to help provide some relief for stress, anxiety and depression, as well as pain and inflammation relief. Of course, this should not be taken as medical advice, and a medical professional should be consulted before the use of CBD or any other cannabinoids.
Types of CBD Products
Full Spectrum - All cannabinoids, including THC (up to 0.3% so it doesn't get you high)
Broad Spectrum - All cannabinoids, excluding THC
Isolate - Only CBD, no other cannabinoids
A non-psychoactive cannabinoid known to help users with sleep. Natural, non-habit forming, and doesn't affect your hormones.
A non-psychoactive cannabinoid known for helping with blood flow and circulation. Studies and anecdotal references have shown benefits for pain and inflammation relief, and have helped others with exercise and muscle recovery. Once again, your mileage may vary and you should consult a medical professional with any questions or possible interactions.
Delta 8 THC
A less psychoactive cannabinoid (than Delta 9 THC) that can keep productivity or social skills up while enjoying the ride. Some like to think of it as THC lite, or the business person's THC.
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