CBD is short for Cannabidiol. CBD is a beautiful and naturally occurring molecule that is present in both the hemp and marijuana breeds of Cannabis Sativa.
CBD is one of over 113+ Cannabinoids within the Cannabis family that give the plants their pragmatic powers. Another familiar Cannabinoid is THC or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol. This Cannabinoid is paired with the feelings of being ‘high or stoned’. THC is thought to have psychoactive abilities, where others like CBD are thought not to.
But, let’s examine what psychoactive really means. In the Merriam-Webster Dictionary psychoactive means: affecting the mind or behavior. Well, do not all Cannabinoids do that? What is the point of utilizing them if we were not positively altered by the experiences they provide to both our minds and bodies?
CBD does alter our state of being. Many utilize New Synrgy products to manage their stress, anxiety, inflammation, pain, focus issues, insomnia, gastric issues, depression, heartburn, neuropathy and more.
Are you not ‘altered’ by their use. Of course you are! Ar New Synrgy we have been aiming to better convey reality instead of throwing around words that over time can greatly affect the way people view Cannabinoid based products.
CBD does NOT provide the psychoactive properties that are characteristic of THC. With New Synrgy Products being 100% THC Free, they are all perfect for people who feel THC paranoia and anxiety or can’t/choose not to utilize THC products. Feeling a sense of enrichment is to be expected with CBD, so be prepared!
CBD works its magic at over 60+ molecular receptors across the body. The Endocannabinoid System, responsible for our overall homeostasis including sleep, mood, memory, appetite, reproductive systems and more, runs on Cannabinoids. This is why supplementation of Cannabinoids is necessary for many of us to feel ‘even’.
As CBD and other Cannabinoids gain further exposure and acceptance more research will be provided and that we look forward to. Here are some great resources to learn more about CBD and what we know about it so far: