Road To Ananda
The human system is truly a miracle—and for most people, wading through the big words to try and understand how your body works is a rather complex undertaking. That’s why Seed2System uses this book to inform a wide variety of people about the body and how it utilizes CBD and other cannabinoids for balancing and strengthening overall health.
We think you’ll be amazed by the grander purpose and importance of a barely known bodily system, the Endocannabinoid System (ECS), and how it impacts your health! This book lays it all out in an almost mesmerizing, yet easy to understand way.
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What is CBD?
Cannabidiol, commonly referred to as CBD, is extracted from the leaves, stems, and other plant matter of the hemp plant. Working on the body’s endocannabinoid receptors, CBD is readily available as CBD oil, in tinctures, in edible preparations (e.g., mints and cooking oils), and as a topical cream or salve.
Is CBD legal?
The 2018 Farm Bill made CBD products legal in all 50 states in the U.S. Additionally, the Farm Bill removed CBD from its classification as a Schedule 1 drug. However, it does require that the levels of THC—the intoxicating compound found in cannabis—be less than 0.3% in order to be legal. The Farm Bill also regulates hemp like any other agricultural product and permits the interstate sale and transfer of hemp products.
Is CBD safe?
CBD oil is safe for the vast majority of people. You may experience minor and rare side effects such as drowsiness, dry mouth, and slight dizziness. Most users report few, if any, side effects. Further, there are no adverse events that have been reported at this time. Those who are pregnant or taking prescription medications should check with their doctor before taking CBD products.
Does CBD get me high?
CBD oil is only legal in the U.S. when it has levels of THC that are 0.3% or less. In these small amounts, CBD oil will not get you high. There are generally no psychoactive effects. However, it’s important to note that even at these levels, THC could potentially show up on a drug test. Talk with your employer and/or doctor to avoid any issues with this.
What are the major CBD benefits?
Your body can enjoy a variety of health benefits by using CBD. Many use therapeutic CBD oil to manage relief from pain, reduce anxiety, and promote better sleep, all without the psychoactive effects of THC. There is also a growing body of research on both humans and dogs that CBD can decrease seizures, and more studies in progress about the effectiveness of CBD on common aches and pains (i.e., muscle aches and arthritis). Initial smaller studies are examining the benefits of CBD for a myriad of health conditions, including ADHD, multiple sclerosis, high blood pressure, and more.
Seed 2 System’s proprietary method of Vapor Distillation™ extracts the maximum therapeutic compounds from the hemp plant’s flowers, stalks, and leaves without the use of harsh chemicals or solvents. A heated burst of air over the plant matter creates a vapor that we then condense into a 100% natural, full-spectrum CBD oil.
This preserves all of the beneficial compounds in CBD, including its unique terpenes. Because our extraction method preserves the whole plant’s cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids, these compounds work together in what is known as the “entourage effect.” Each compound working alone does not match the therapeutic potential of all factors working together.
The resulting full-spectrum CBD oil delivers a minimum of 20 mg per dose, the target dose for most applications. With a light nutty flavor, our organically sourced CBD oil delivers a natural, great-tasting product to benefit your body’s systems.
Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
It is important to work with your doctor when using CBD oil for any reason, as it may interact with other medications that you are taking. Your doctor can help coordinate your care, keeping track of any medications or supplements you may be taking for best results.