What is CBD?
CBD is a natural compound found in cannabis flowers. It is a safe non-addictive substance and is one of hundreds of Phyto cannabinoids that are unique to cannabis. CBD stand for Cannabidiol and is found in both hemp and cannabis plants.
CBD is closely related to THC, which is psychoactive (can make you high). THC has many uses and works synergistically with CBD. They both have significant therapeutic properties, but they act in different ways on different receptors in the body.
CBD and THCinteract with our bodies in a variety of ways. One of the main ways is by mimicking and enhancing the effects of the compounds already in our bodies called “endogenous cannabinoids” - so named because of their similarity to compounds found in the cannabis plant. These “endocannabinoids” are part of what scientists refer to as the “endocannabinoid system.”
The endocannabinoid system gets damaged after we are born. First off, many years ago the animals were fed hemp or cannabis and that came through in the products that we ate. Since around 197 hemp and cannabis were banned, so animals never got it anymore and neither did we. Then vaccinations were brought in to protect us for some of the horrible illness around, which in turn damaged our cells and bodies in unseen ways.
Our CBD Oil has THC in it, don’t confuse it with the CBD Oil or Hemp that you can buy at Pharmacies or Health Shops. The products that are being sold over the counter are mostly from overseas. Some are synthetic and made from a barley extract with CBD isolate added.
Our bodies are used to this environment that we live in and the plants have adapted to this biodiversity and naturally have the defences that we need for our fungi, bacteria, viruses, parasites etc. that we encounter. Why on earth use something from another country then?
From health shops it is most often a nutritional supplement only and will not treat your disease/s. You are better off buying our oil and using as a supplement and to heal your body.
Our products are made from Cannabis, and in line with the current laws in South Africa.