WHAT IS CBD?
CBD stands for cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive component of cannabis. CBD doesn't create a "high" like THC.
But it provides many therapeutic benefits by working on different receptors within the body. It goes a lot deeper than the fact that it's just not THC.
There's a lot that goes on in the body. How do these endocannabinoid receptors work within the body?
We have two different receptors. We have CB1 and CB2, and these are all throughout the body.
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