HUMAN ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM CONCENTRATIONS OF CBD RECEPTORS CB1 AND CB2
Cannabidiol is one of dozens non-psychoactive Cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Cannabidiol (CBD) which is the main Cannabinoid that binds the receptors in your immune system as a neuroprotectant and antioxidant. CBD products interact with the CB receptors to wake up and strengthen the immune system naturally, thus providing a variety on medicinal benefits. There are 3 species of cannabis-sativa, indica and ruderalis. Indica and sativa both cultivated for the diverse uses of virtually every part of the plant, from its seeds to its flowering top. Sativa grows tall and thin, and indica grows short with lots of flowering tops.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is a Cannabinoid found in the hemp plant. There are 113 cannabinoids that have been identified, each with different properties and herbal effects. CBD is produced by the leaves and flowers of the female hemp plant because of their unique aromatic and antioxidant activities. CBD from industrial hemp is defined as any variety or derivative thereof of genus Cannabis plant containing less than 0.3% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) by dry weight. There are many cannabinoids that are beneficial such as CBD, CBN, CBG and terpenes. CBD is measured by TOTAL MG of CBD divided by the volume of content in each unit. 1ML per MG (Example: 1000mg, 30ML CBD OIL)