Everything You Need To Know About Cbd Oil

If you are just starting to discover the world of CBD, it is time to dive deep into this compound, destroying various prejudices and revealing the true nature of cannabidiol.

In this article we are going to explain what exactly CBD oil is, how it affects your body and mind, its properties and benefits, as well as its side effects.

The idea is that you end up knowing everything about this compound, and that you can choose the best treatment for your ailment.

What is CBD?

It is a chemical compound of the cannabinoid family that occurs naturally in the cannabis plant.

Also called cannabidiol , it is one of the 108 different types of cannabinoids found in cannabis.

It can be extracted as a greasy paste, and is combined with a carrier oil, either hemp or coconut oil to form what is commonly called CBD oil .

If you think CBD is what gets you high, you are wrong. Not all 108 cannabinoids have psychotropic effects.

It is often confused with THC, but there are many differences between them . Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, has psychoactive properties that make you “high”; while CBD only provides therapeutic benefits.

How is CBD oil different from marijuana?

On the active cannabinoid and the source

The most active ingredient in marijuana is THC , or delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, which can account for up to 40 percent of the cannabinoid content.

THC is the compound responsible for the “high” feeling because it causes some changes in your brain chemistry. In other words, marijuana has psychoactive effects on your brain .

THC is not generally found in industrial hemp. In fact, for industrial hemp to be legally grown in Spain, it must contain less than 0.3 percent THC.

CBD, on the other hand, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it has no psychological or mind-altering effect on your brain . It may have some therapeutic and healing properties, but the oil doesn’t make you feel high.

Yes, both CBD and THC are cannabinoids, and they are found in the cannabis plant.

There are essentially two species of cannabis that are popularly grown: Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica.

  • The East Indian plants are bushier, shorter and have been bred to have more concentration of resin. Often times that means indica plants are suitable for THC-rich marijuana.
  • The sativa plants are fibrous and have a higher THC content low. They are best suited for the production of industrial hemp, seeds, and CBD.

In the chemical structure

Because they are both cannabinoids, THC and CBD have exactly the same chemical structure .

Each molecule (the smallest basic unit) of CBD and THC has 2 oxygen atoms, 30 hydrogen atoms, and 21 carbon atoms.

As such, both cannabinoids have a tendency to interact with the cannabinoid receptors in our brain.

However, the difference in the way they affect your brain is due to the fact that the atoms are arranged differently .

In the effects they have on the brain

THC binds strongly with CB1 receptors . It is this link that leads to the feeling of euphoria or high commonly associated with smoking marijuana.

CBD does not bind to CB1 (cannabidiol 1) receptors in the brain. Even if it does, the link is so weak that the effect is negligible.

In fact, the presence of CBD in the brain can break down the bond between CB1 and THC, reducing the psychoactive effects of marijuana.

On the other hand, CBD has a higher affinity for CB2 (cannabidiol 2) receptors . This is why CBD oil can help treat inflammation, reduce stress, and help with epilepsy without the psychoactive effects.

Bottom Line: Marijuana produces a psychotic euphoria, while CBD oil does not.

On medical and health benefits

Medical marijuana and CBD oil share several health benefits. Both are used to help with anxiety, pain, and nausea .

The THC found in marijuana is also commonly used to treat low appetite, insomnia, glaucoma, muscle spasticity, and more.

CBD oil is also used to help with depression, migraines, IBS, mental disorders, inflammation, and seizures.

In fact, Epidiolex, the first CBD-rich prescription drug, recently received FDA approval to treat rare forms of epilepsy.

On the side effects

Marijuana can have several temporary effects on your mind and body. These include dry mouth, memory loss, slower reaction / response time, red eyes, coordination problems, and increased heartbeat . All of them are related to the psychoactive effects of THC.

One of the great attractions of CBD oil is that it has virtually no side effects .

Cannabidiol is highly tolerated by the brain and other organs, even in high concentrations.

However, studies have concluded that some side effects could be attributed to its interaction with other drugs you might be taking.

Brief history of CBD

Although the current fuss around CBD oil started a few years ago, it actually has a long, colorful, and storied history dating back to 6000 BC in ancient China .

The first recorded evidence of cannabis use is found in the early versions of the Pen Ts’ao Ching.

These texts describe Sheng Nung, a well-known Chinese emperor, using cannabis-infused tea around 2737 BC . to treat a number of ailments such as gout, rheumatism, malaria, malaria, and memory loss.

According to the Hua Tuo texts, it is evident that cannabis extracts were widely used as anesthetics and anticoagulants in the 2nd century BC.

In the Indian subcontinent, cannabis was considered a sacred plant that the gods bestowed upon humanity for their healing.

In fact, the Atharvaveda manuscripts describe in great detail how CBD-rich cannabis seeds and flowers were used to prepare tinctures and balms, as well as in Ayurvedic medicine.

The use of cannabis dates back to Europe as well. In AD 77, Pliny the Elder claims that the Romans used cannabis hemp for pain relief and for healing arts .

Archaeologists have also found some cannabis buried in the tombs of the ancient Egyptians and Greeks.

It is also claimed that Queen Victoria used CBD oil to relieve menstrual cramps .

Hemp was so important to 16th century England that King Henry VIII made it mandatory in 1533 for every farmer to grow it.

During this period, several physicians, including García de Orta, began to study the use of hemp extract as an antibiotic and appetite stimulant .

Hemp arrived in North America in the 1600s and was also widely cultivated. In fact, the Virginia colony made its cultivation mandatory, followed by Connecticut and Massachusetts.

By the 18th century, the medicinal properties and uses of hemp had been documented in the Edinburgh New Dispensatory and the New England Dispensatory.

However, it wasn’t until 1839 that surgeon William B. O’Shaughnessy began researching the therapeutic properties of CBD-rich cannabis .

His extensive experiments sought to determine the effects that cannabis extracts had on sufferers of hydrophobia, tetanus, cholera, and rheumatic diseases. Unknowingly, it led to the discovery of what are now called cannabinoids.

Yet it is Robert S. Cahn, a British chemist, who is often credited with discovering the first cannabinoid , cannabidiol (CBD), which was isolated a couple of years later by American chemist Roger Adams. Adams’ research led to the discovery of THC.

Unfortunately, the war on cannabis hampered further investigations. When the Controlled Substances Act was passed in 1970, the cultivation of both hemp and marijuana was banned , making even the research or use of CBD extract difficult.

The great comeback of CBD oil and hemp extract is largely due to the legalization of medical marijuana in many parts of the world. Today, the future of CBD oil is brighter than ever.

How CBD Works

CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system of our body . It impacts on the regulatory mechanism, which is made up of natural molecules similar to cannabis: endocannabinoids.

These act as neurotransmitters – they transfer signals throughout the body to help maintain homeostasis .

Although both CBD and THC interact with the endocannabinoid system through CB1 and CB2 receptors, their impact differs greatly.

At first, scientists thought that both substances interact with the body in the same way. However, they no longer think so.

While THC binds to CB1 receptors, which are primarily present in the brain and involved with cognition, memory, motor skills, and pain, it inhibits the release of neurotransmitters and increases the release of other compounds, altering the normal functioning.

As for CBD, the scientists thought it did the same, but with CB2 receptors.

The exact way CBD affects our bodies is yet to be explored. However, scientists believe that CBD encourages the body to produce more endocannabinoids .

This process results in a reduction in anxiety, pain, and inflammation.

According to another version, CBD interacts with the human body using the endocannabinoid system mentioned above, resulting in different effects on the mind and body.

Activates adenosine receptors, reducing stress and anxiety levels .

Another benefit of CBD is its ability to bind to neural receptors that control temperature and inflammation. Therefore, cannabidiol can produce an anti-inflammatory effect .

Medical benefits

Despite the different psychoactive impact, CBD and THC offer similar therapeutic benefits, providing relief and improvement to various conditions .

With its zero euphoric effects, CBD is a perfect solution to solve various problems with a minimum of side effects, including:

  • Epilepsy and seizures;
  • Inflammation;
  • Different types of pain;
  • Psychosis or mental disorders;
  • Nausea and migraines;
  • Depression and anxiety.

To achieve these results, the following organs are impacted:

As for THC, it is used to help with conditions such as:

  • Muscle pain and spasticity;
  • Glaucoma;
  • Insomnia;
  • Poor appetite and nausea;
  • Anxiety.

CBD properties

Pain treatment

While marijuana has been used to treat pain for centuries, CBD introduces a new way to achieve the same result.

Being responsible for the pain relieving effects of marijuana, cannabidiol does not have its side effects.

According to several studies, CBD can help reduce chronic pain by impacting the activity of endocannabinoid receptors, reducing inflammation and interacting with neurotransmitters.

Research can also be found that reveals that CBD, combined with other cannabinoids, is effective in treating pain caused by sclerosis and arthritis .

Improves glaucoma

Glaucoma is one of the main eye conditions, as it is the second leading cause of vision loss in the world, only behind cataracts.

The most unfortunate part is that about half of people with glaucoma don’t know they have it.

As it turns out, CBD oil can help prevent glaucoma from stealing your sight. And most of the studies that have been done over the years agree with this statement.

For example, a study conducted in 1971 investigated the effect of CBD on the eye pressure of young people.

Increased pressure in the eye is often one of the most apparent symptoms of glaucoma that adversely damages the optic nerve, causing the person to lose sight over time.

According to the study , scientists found that subjects using CBD experienced a drop in eye pressure of around 30 percent .

As exciting as it may sound, this is just the tip of the iceberg of how CBD can help prevent glaucoma.

In another study published in 1978 , it was found that the use of CBD-rich cannabis can cause a significant reduction in intraocular (optic nerve) pressure in both human subjects and dogs with glaucoma.

In another study examining CBD and glaucoma studies conducted between 1997 and 2008, the authors concluded that cannabidiol helps reduce not only eye pressure but also toxicity in the retina of one eye. .

Both of these conditions can make glaucoma worse if they are not kept in check.

Treating anxiety and depression

Needless to say, how devastating anxiety and depression are.

Although both are often treated with drugs that have many side effects, including addiction, CBD oil seems like a less harmful alternative.

It has been used to treat problems such as insomnia and anxiety in a more complicated group of patients: children with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Additionally, CBD had similar effects to antidepressants in several animal studies.

Relief of cancer-related symptoms

Another significant benefit of CBD is the ability to alleviate cancer-related symptoms.

Additionally, cannabidiol can reduce cancer treatment-related side effects , including nausea, vomiting, and pain . Even when standard medication doesn’t provide pain relief, CBD can be helpful.

According to some test tube and animal studies, CBD may have anti-cancer properties, but more studies are needed to prove this benefit of CBD.

Skin care

Acne is a common problem that many people face, and not just during adolescence.

Although it is caused by numerous factors, CBD oil can help treat the problem due to its anti-inflammatory properties and the ability to reduce sebum production .

Neuroprotective properties

The ability to impact the body’s endocannabinoid system can provide CBD benefits in the realm of neurological disorders.

Unfortunately, the research in this area is relatively new, and scientists have yet to study the properties of CBD more precisely.

At the same time, there is evidence that CBD is quite successful in treating epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.

Additionally, a study reveals that CBD oil significantly reduces seizure activity in children with Dravet syndrome .

It is also necessary to mention that CBD improves the quality of life and sleep of people with Parkinson’s disease.

And cannabidiol can decrease inflammation and prevent neurodegeneration caused by Alzheimer’s disease.

Heart health benefits

According to some recent research, CBD can also have a positive impact on the heart and circulatory system.

Since cannabidiol lowers blood pressure , it can lower the risks of some health conditions: stroke, heart attack, metabolic syndrome, etc.

Researchers have suggested that the main reason for this benefit of CBD is its ability to reduce stress and anxiety .

It is also necessary to mention that cannabidiol can help reduce inflammation and cell death associated with various heart diseases.

The antioxidant and stress-reducing properties of CBD are responsible for this behavior. However, more human studies are needed.

Antipsychotic effects

People with schizophrenia can also rely on CBD. According to recent studies, it reduces psychotic symptoms .

Of course, there is still a lot of work to be done in this direction, but right now, it seems like a benefit worth mentioning here.

Substance abuse treatment

CBD can also help drug addicts. One of its properties modifies the brain circuits related to substance abuse.

Studies revealed that CBD can reduce morphine dependence and heroin-seeking behavior . However, human studies have not yet been conducted.

Diabetes prevention

Type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes are a growing concern among Spaniards, and many do not know they have it.

More and more people are turning to CBD oil as a treatment option for their condition, as there are a growing number of studies showing that CBD is an effective option for treating type 2 diabetes.

An interesting study published in 2013 reached several conclusions about the use of CBD for the treatment of diabetes.

He concluded that CBD users have high levels of HDL (the good cholesterol) despite a regular diet.

More importantly, the study confirmed that CBD could help regulate blood sugar , which is crucial for managing type 2 diabetes.

More recent research conducted in 2016 found that mice predisposed to diabetes developed type 1 diabetes much later than expected , showed reduced signs of oxidation (inflammation), and had significantly increased insulin production in the pancreas when treated with CBD oil.

In a previous study , researchers found that CBD treatment can prevent 56% of diabetic mice from developing diabetes.

As if this wasn’t incredible enough, the study found that CBD also helped significantly reduce inflammation in diabetic mice .

Bottom line: Although these studies have shown that CBD could be an effective treatment route for diabetes, more research is needed in humans.

Helps to improve the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a progressive neurodegenerative disease characterized by damage to nerve cells in the spinal cord and brain.

Its symptoms can include slurred speech, blurred vision, muscle incoordination, tremors, shaking, weakness, and persistent fatigue and numbness, all of which can lead to severe disability.

There are several therapies to alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, but most of them have some side effects .

The good news is that several recent studies on the use of CBD have shown promising results.

For example, these 5 reviews conclude that there is sufficient evidence that CBD may be a viable treatment option for involuntary muscle contraction, tremors, and pain associated with multiple sclerosis .

Another study published in 2014 found that Sativex, a CBD-rich oral spray, is not only an effective but also a safe way to improve muscle spasticity in patients with multiple sclerosis.

Of the 276 participants, 75 percent experienced a reduction in muscle spasticity after using Sativex.

What’s more, his spasms had developed resistance to conventional drugs.

2012 study also found that Nabiximols containing CBD-rich cannabis can help treat spasticity, urinary pain, and pain related to multiple sclerosis.

Reduction of oxidative stress

When the body suffers from an extra amount of free radicals and antioxidants are not able to neutralize them all, CBD is useful.

Its antioxidant and neuroprotective qualities can help reduce neurological damage associated with free radicals.

Help in Lupus

Lupus is a disease of the immune system characterized by pain, swelling, inflammation, joint problems, a rash, fever, and fatigue.

Currently, the treatment options for lupus are unreliable, and most of them lead to addiction to opiates.

A growing list of research initiatives seems to suggest that CBD oil may be an effective and safe treatment for lupus-related pain and inflammation .

There are also several studies and anecdotal evidence that CBD oil helps control lupus by acting on T cells .

For example, in a study published in 2018 in the journal Cellular Immunology , scientists found that CBD changes the way T cells function when given to someone with a spinal cord injury.

Lupus is often associated with chronic pain from nerve damage, and several studies show that cannabidiol oil can help relieve a wide range of pain.

This type of pain is often related to rheumatoid arthritis, HIV, migraines, spinal cord injuries, and more.

Improves Crohn’s disease

Crohn’s disease is a painful type of irritable bowel syndrome that affects the gastrointestinal tract, particularly the small intestine.

Not only is it extremely painful, it can also be quite disabling.

It usually manifests as rectal bleeding, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, persistent constipation, and a frequent need to defecate.

If not treated in time, it can lead to extreme weight loss, abnormal menstrual cycle, fatigue, severe loss of appetite, and excessive night sweating.

Risk factors include the environment, genetics, stress, and a poor diet. It is quite common in young adults and adolescents.

Immune modifiers, antibiotics, and sometimes steroids are often prescribed to help reduce inflammation and control disease.

CBD oil is touted as the perfect candidate for relieving pain, stress, and other perceived symptoms and causes of Crohn’s disease.

In a study that was presented at the United European Gastroenterology conference , scientists found that CBD-rich cannabis can help reduce clinical remission in Crohn’s disease sufferers by 50 percent after 8 weeks of use .

Additionally, 65 percent of the participants said that CBD helped them reduce irritable bowel syndrome symptoms as well as improve their quality of life.

Therefore, researchers have shown that CBD oil can offer remarkable results and improvements in the control of Crohn’s disease symptoms.

According to the lead researcher, CBD oil may play a key role in slowing the movement of food in the gut, increasing appetite, reducing pain, preventing diarrhea, and reducing intestinal secretion .

Although the study has not been officially published, the findings are remarkable. It will become the base study for future research from now on.

Antibacterial properties

CBD, along with other cannabinoids, kills drug or drug resistant strains of bacteria .

According to one study, CBD slows the progression of tuberculosis. However, the scientists tested this property only in rats.

Although no one knows how cannabidiol affects humans from the point of view of its antibacterial capabilities, the researchers concluded that it is responsible for inhibiting the proliferation of T cells.

Better sleep quality

CBD makes sleeping more efficient. It can help you get away faster , eliminate waking up in the middle of the night, and feel rested in the morning.

According to various studies, you can restore healthy sleep cycles with the help of CBD.

Helps slow the progression of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease), or ALS for short, is a debilitating neurological condition that affects the spinal cord and motor neurons. It causes a progressive weakness of the muscular system.

About 450,000 people have ALS worldwide. Currently, there is no effective treatment for the disease , with the focus of research now on CBD and other cannabinoids such as THC.

In a study published in 2009 , the use of CBD oil was found to help slow the progression of ALS in mice .

Specifically, muscle wasting was cut in half when the mice were treated with cannabidiol.

This depends on a study that found the relationship between ALS and endocannabinoid system problems.

Fight obesity

Obesity is a plague. Not only can it lead to low self-esteem and even depression, but it is also a risk factor for type 2 diabetes, strokes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and various types of cancer.

Obesity can be prevented, but treating it is not an easy path.

CBD oil can help obese people burn unwanted fat, lose weight, and keep it off .

There are many scientific studies showing how CBD helps people who suffer from obesity lose weight:


Some studies suggest that CBD helps turn bad (white) fat into favorable (brown) fat that is easier for the body to eliminate.

Additionally, white fat is often associated with an increased risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.

In a study published in 2016, scientists focused on the possibility that CBD plays a crucial role in the way our bodies treat fat.

They found that CBD does this in two ways:

  1. Helps create brown fat cells from white ones
  2. Speeds up metabolism causing you to burn more fat.


Most obese people have an uncontrolled appetite that forces them to eat or drink. The antagonistic effects of CB1 help obese people to curb their large appetite and thus reduce their weight .

In other words, CBD molecules help block the activation of CB1 receptors, responsible for increased appetite. A 2012 study showed that exposure to CBD rates helped suppress your appetite.


review published in the journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research shows and analyzes the bulk of the existing studies surrounding the link between metabolic disorders and CBD.

How to use CBD

There are many different CBD products on the market, so you can choose one or more ways to use cannabidiol. We are going to explore each of them.

Edible CBD

These products pass through the throat and reach the stomach and intestines. Then they pass into the bloodstream and are distributed throughout the body.

It usually takes 45 minutes to 2 hours to feel its effects . Depending on what you eat, CBD needs different intervals to activate.

The edible CBD group includes:

  • Capsules;
  • Sweet;
  • Tinctures and oils;
  • Drinks.

Oral CBD

Another way to use CBD is based on the properties of the mouth. With finer and more delicate tissues, it absorbs liquid substances faster than your stomach.

And there is no need to eat or drink anything to get the desired effect.

However, CBD drinks and some sweets provide a combined effect, as some of the cannabidiol enters through the mouth, while the rest goes through the stomach.

The same situation occurs with tinctures . They are fast acting and highly controllable since you can limit the amount of CBD directly drop by drop.

Therefore, the most popular oral cannabidiol products include CBD oils and mouth sprays .

The dragees are another category of oral products CBD: candies, chewing gums, oral strips, etc. But you have to allow them to dissolve in time instead of chewing them.

This reduces the time required for CBD to take effect to 15 minutes, since your sublingual glands receive most of the cannabidiol.

Also, vapers can be considered partially oral CBD products. Due to the fragility of the tissues of the mouth, they quickly penetrate the blood-brain barrier.

But its main method of consumption is the following.

Inhalable CBD

If you don’t want to use the above methods, there is another reliable way to use cannabidiol: inhalation.

CBD passes through the mouth, windpipe, and lungs, finding multiple ways to enter. It takes advantage of both the oral tissues and the lungs.

The cannabis extract warms up the windpipe and gives it a powerful and fast effect .

Internal CBD

Since CBD offers strong pain relief options, it can be used as a treatment strategy.

For example, cannabidiol-based pain suppositories are used orally or vaginally.

Another group of internal CBD products is geared towards sex and wellness. They not only act as a pain reliever, but also enhance positive experiences.

CBD topic

Cannabinoid receptors are present not only within the body but also on the skin.

This opens up endless possibilities for CBD-based skin cosmetics such as creams, oils, ointments, etc.

People with acne, psoriasis, eczema, and other skin problems can benefit from treating pain, inflammation, and the ways in which the skin manifests problems.

You just have to choose a cream base that suits your needs. For example, thick ointments are most useful for body massage.

As for light oil blends, they are excellent for delicate facial skin.

Side effects

Since we’ve mentioned being high as one of the main side effects of using THC, let’s see what other issues are associated with using both THC and CBD.

Although you cannot use too much THC, CBD is well tolerated, even in large doses .

Any side effects that occur with its use are often caused by other medications that you may be taking at the same time.

As for THC, it causes a lot of temporary side effects.

For example, its use can cause:

  • Slower reaction and memory loss;
  • Increased heart rate and coordination problems;
  • Red eyes and dry mouth.

Frequent use of THC in large amounts can cause long-term negative psychiatric effects, especially in adolescents.

Additionally, the compound increases the risk of schizophrenia and other mental disorders.

Another important note, keep in mind that THC and CBD are stored in body fat and can show up on drug tests , even weeks after taking them.

If you’ve heard the myth that tests can’t detect CBD, don’t believe it.

To clarify the issue of drug testing for THC vs. CBD, we must know the following two facts:

  1. First, most drug tests are sensitive to THC, so they won’t detect any drugs if you use pure CBD. However, there is some evidence targeting CBD.
  2. Second, hemp can produce some THC in addition to CBD, so it may surprise you that your THC test results are positive even if you haven’t used it.


There are many forms of CBD available, including the best known: oil. But to date, only one cannabis-derived product called Epidiolex has been approved , and it can only be purchased with a prescription.

This drug covers the treatment of seizures in people with severe types of epilepsy called Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome.

The dosage for Epidiolex, a form of CBD oil, is as follows:

  • The starting dose is 2.5 milligrams per kilogram of body weight (mg / kg) twice a day, making a total dose of 5 mg / kg each day.
  • After one week, people can increase the dose to 5 mg / kg twice a day, making a total of 10 mg / kg per day.

All other CBD-containing products are out of regulation, so there are no official guidelines for dosing. Each brand establishes an appropriate dosage.

The dose that a person can take will depend on the method of administration they are using and the specific product.

As with any drug, the appropriate dose is one that provides a therapeutic effect and is well tolerated .

In clinical studies, researchers have used various oral doses of CBD, ranging from 100 to 800 mg per day .

Some studies use even higher doses. According to one review, one individual reported improvement in psychosis after taking 1,200 mg per day for a few weeks.

In another study, people with schizophrenia reported benefits after taking increasing doses of 40 to 1,280 mg per day for 4 weeks.

In a study on the effects of CBD in people with Parkinson’s disease and psychosis, six participants showed significant improvement in symptoms with a dose of 150 mg per day of CBD.

Remember that research on CBD therapy is still in its infancy, and scientists need to conduct many more research studies to determine the benefits and risks of the products.

It is important that more research is done on the ideal dose of CBD, so that it is safe and effective for each condition.

CBD for pets

Another group of CBD products is geared towards pets.

Although they are not that popular, you may discover their powerful impact on your dog or cat’s anxiety .

If your pet is scared and stressed, cannabidiol is here to relax your favorite pet.

Typically CBD pet products are available in edible form to be consumed through the digestive system.


What do we know about CBD?

  • It is fashionable.
  • It works (even if it is a placebo).
  • It is not a drug (you will not get a high).
  • It has minimal side effects.
  • Extensive research is still needed to explore the properties of cannabidiol, its impact on the body, and the efficiency of the treatment.

However, many people already take advantage of the benefits of CBD and benefit from its properties.

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Kathie Sand always saw the world of beauty as the terrain on which to build her professional career, a goal that was clear to her when she was only 15 years old. Her great concern to expand knowledge led her to settle in Paris where she studied hand in hand with the best beauty professionals and with the most advanced techniques for skin care.

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