Where Does CBD Come From?

Cannabidiol is commonly known as CBD. It contains anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, along with anti-oxidative properties that are safe as natural remedy. What makes it unique from other natural remedies is that it has no side effects. The World Health Organization’s (WHO) reported that CBD has no evidence of proven health problems towards its users.

Cannabidiol (CBD) comes from the Cannabis Sativa L. plant. Many people are confuse about the difference of Hemp and Marijuana relating to. Both Hemp and Marijuana are species of Cannabis but Marijuana has a higher level of THC. THC is a substance associated with illegal highs. To put it simply, CBD is extracted from Hemp that has less THC compared to Marijuana. Hemp only takes 0.2 percent THC. This level of THC has been proven that cannot produced a ‘high’.

What are the benefits of CBD?

Evidently, CBD has help in treating children with epilepsy syndrome such as Lenox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) and Dravet syndrome. These kind of syndromes are commonly can’t be treated by anti-seizure medications. CBD interacts with endocannabinoid system. This is complex networks of receptors and neurotransmitters that spreads all over the body. The endocannabinoid system is responsible for the balance regulation of the different organs  in the human body.

How to take CBD?

There are many different ways on how to take CBD. Oral method or taking by mouth is the most popular method. It can be helped through capsules, gummies, teas, ointments and oils. Royal CBD offers oil CBD products. Choosing the right type of CBD is important and consider what you are using it for. The products have natural taste of CBD extracts and is also available in vanilla, citrus, and mint flavours.

How much CBD you should take?

About 5-50 mg is the suggested daily intake of CBD. It usually depends on your body weight and how it actually affects your body.