What Is CBD?
Cannabidiol more often known as CBD, is another cannabinoid found in cannabis. This cannabinoid unlike THC, interacts with the main CB1 And CB2 receptors indirectly producing a non-psychoactive effect. CBD can interact with range of receptors within the brain and body, including in the endocannabinoid system and dopamine receptors. In recent trials and patient findings, CBD has shown the potential to help reduce the frequency of seizures in certain forms of epilepsy. Other researchers are studying cannabis to determine if cannabinoids such as CBD can help people reduce the need for opioids. CBD shows promise in helping people live a healthier life.