What is CBD …
- CBD (cannabidiol) – is a naturally occurring cannabinoid constituent found in the Cannabis (marijuana) plant and the hemp plant. Discovered in 1940.
What is our source …
Hemp oil CBD is from the hemp plant not cannabis-There could be 0.3% THC which is legally allowed in all 50 states. This trace amount will not get you high. (Kannaway pure has 0% THC)
How does CBD work …
Endocannabinoid System (ecs) – which exist in Humans & Pets. This system has been recently (1991) recognized as an important modulatory system in the function of brain, endocrine, and immune tissues. It appears to play a very important regulatory role in the secretion of hormones related to reproductive functions and response to stress. We have receptors called CB1 & CB2 which are the key players in the ECS. They are located on the surface of many types of cells in your body.
What are the Benefits of CBD …
Relief of pain & inflammation, Has Antipsychotic effects, reduces Anxiety, helps to fight Cancer, relieves Nausea, may treat seizures & other neurological disorders, lowers incidence of diabetes, and promotes cardiovascular health.
NOTE: Medical marijuana contains THC & CBD.
CDB is thought to be responsible for most of the Medical benefits
- Nj & Pa medical marijuana approved diagnosis – Lou Gehrig’s disease, Autism, Cancer (nausea/pain), Crohn’s disease (inflammation), Intractable spasticity, Epilepsy, Glaucoma, HIV/Aids, Huntington disease, Irritable bowel syndrome, Intractable seizures, Inflammatory bowel disease, Multiple sclerosis, Neuropathies (nerve damage), Parkinson’s disease, Post-traumatic stress disorder (anxiety, sleep), Severe chronic or intractable pain, Sickle cell anemia, and terminal illness. NJ also has – Chronic pain of visceral origin, Migraine, Anxiety, Tourette's Syndrome, Muscular dystrophy, cachexia or wasting syndrome. Pa also has opioid use disorder. See links below.
- We cannot recommend dosing since CBD is classified as a food supplement.
- We would encourage you to do your own research on the internet. A general rule to is to use a low dose when 1st taking CBD to stimulate your receptors.