26,000: The number of scientific studies on cannabidiol published since 1940.
The code name for cannabidiol, CBD is a molecule found in certain varieties of cannabis, such as hemp. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol, THC, which is derived from “recreational” varieties, CBD does not get you high, it has no psychotropic effects. It is therefore perfectly authorized.
Why is it buzzing?
Even if it is legal, CBD gives the illusion of flirting with the forbidden, which makes our neurons tingle. Plus, its natural origin is in keeping with today’s green trends. In oil, cream, food supplements, CBD is now appearing in beauty and wellness departments, and is even the subject of entirely dedicated shops, particularly in the United States.
What is its effect?
CBD makes you cooler. The mind as well as the skin! By acting via specific receptors in the nervous system and skin tissue. When taken orally, it soothes the mind and reduces inflammation. On the skin, it also bypasses inflammation and reduces oxidation. It calms and fights aggressions. Keep an eye out, not all hemp oil products contain CBD. In this case, they are above all nourishing and repairing.
How to use it?
The CBD molecule loves oil, so it is often found in the form of oily concentrates. Mix a few drops of these super-serums with your usual cream or use them as a base.