CBD stands for cannabidiol - the second most common cannabinoid compound found in cannabis. THC is the other most common cannabinoid. There are many health benefits from these cannabinoids.
CBD does not cause psychoactivity in the brain like THC does. CBD can actually counteract the effects of THC. CBD contains less than 0.3% of THC.
The endo(meaning internal) cannabinoid system acts as a homeostasis regulator in the body. Its purpose is to maintain balance. Consider it the internet of our body. Our bodies already have CBD receptors in it, and they need a little help. CB1 receptors work in the nervous system/brain/spinal cord. CB2 receptors work in the immune system.
CBD binds to these receptors and helps them communicate better with all organs and the immune system.
No, CBD oil has cannabinoids, that can also include CBN, CBG and <.03% THC. The extraction is made using the flower and sometimes the stems and leaves. There are many health benefits to using CBD. Hemp seed oil does not have any cannabinoids in it. It is made only from the hemp seeds. Hemp seed oil is mainly used for cooking or topically.
It is a technology that creates micro-sized particles of CBD. These particles are 1-200 nanometers. (A nanometer is one billionth of a meter). Benefits of nano particles includes: increased bioavailability, faster onset, more CBD being retained and increased effectiveness.
There is less than 0.3% THC in CBD. You would have to do a large amount in a short time to show up on a test. There is an isolate type product available that has 0% THC in it.
If you are worried about failing a drug test, you should use an isolate or broad spectrum product.
No, you will not get high from using CBD. There is less than 0.3% of THC in full spectrum brands of CBD. However, you may experience a euphoric, better mood feeling.
You will find a QR code on the label of the product. Scan this code and it will give you a link to the test. You can also find the test on the product page in product pictures.