What is a CBD Edible?

Many of us work hard and find it difficult to destress and relax. Finding a healthy solution can create even more stress. Rather than allowing your mind to continue reeling from the emotional stress, or your body to feel the ache of fatigue from physical stress, try treating the discomfort with Edibles CBD. This natural and homeopathic relaxation aid contains no THC and therefore no psychotropic effect. These tiny and delicious gummies could provide you the boost to help your body and mind finally settle into blissful relaxation.

Healthy and Natural Ingredients

In addition to the calming benefits of all-natural hemp, CBD edible gummies come in a variety of delicious flavors all made from organic cane sugar. These gummies come packed with potential. You’ll get your daily boost of vitamin C from the Daytime Gummies. The Night Time gummies offer a gentle dose of melatonin to help you get a full and restful night’s sleep. There are even peach and sour apple flavors to indulge the candy lovers in all of us with the added benefit of less stress. Plus, unlike consuming a sugar alternative or white,over-processed, sugar, organic cane sugar retains all of the vitamins and minerals found in sugarcane. It’s still sugar, of course, so consume in moderation. However, this form is better for us and our environment. Pair that with industrial quality and sustainably farmed hemp and you have a delightfully relaxing and beneficial treatment to turn down the noise in your mind or your chronic pain.

The Endocannabinoid System and Benefits of Hemp (CBD)

The endocannabinoid system was discovered very recently, in 1990. Even though hemp had been used for centuries in various cultures for healing purposes, unfortunately, the plant had a bad reputation for a long time. This was exacerbated by the war on drugs throughout the 1980s. Luckily researchers discovered that the endocannabinoid system is responsible for regulating multiple systems in our body including energy balance, appetite stimulation, pain, our immune response, memory and learning, and so more. All humans have naturally occurring endocannabinoids which are neurotransmitters: meaning they communicate information from cell to cell within our bodies. There are two types of these endocannabinoids working in tandem CB1 and CB2. CB1 mainly functions within our brain and spinal cord, whereas CB2 functions within our peripheral nervous system (organs and muscles) and our immune system.

All this science has helped determine that there are outside sources that can help when our internal endocannabinoids are out of whack. For example: if you’re having trouble eating due to a lack of appetite it may be your body is not naturally producing enough endocannabinoids. An easy solution would be to supplement with daily edible CBD gummy. This would, hopefully, increase the amount of these neurotransmitters and increase your appetite. How? The hemp plant has naturally occurring cannabinoids. While these are not created within our bodies like endocannabinoids they communicate with the receptors in our nervous system in the same way which helps bring our bodies back into balance– or homeostasis if we want to stick with all the scientific terminology.

Will I Get High?

Not with Edibles CBD. These gummies only contain .3% THC, which is the legal limit. Lab testing has proven that with this low level of THC you won’t feel any of the psychotropic effects; or in simpler terms, you won’t feel high. You will feel more relaxed as your body comes back into balance. This can increase your focus and help you get a fuller, more restful, night’s sleep.

However, you may feel some side effects. Occasionally dry mouth and dry eyes, common side effects associated with THC use, can occur. This doesn’t mean you are high, just experiencing a side effect from the hemp. You also should consult with your doctor before adding any supplements to your daily routine as certain medications can be impacted by the use of hemp products, in any form, including gummies.

Be sure to check your product’s labeling. The product should be labeled with the dosage on the packing. If it’s not, this is a red flag. It should clearly show the amount per package in milligrams, the amount per dose in milligrams, and the amount of THC if any (otherwise it will note NO THC). Also, check the ingredients list for industrial hemp. Since industrial hemp is classified in the United States as an agricultural commodity it is legal in all states.

Give CBD a Try

If you’re still feeling cautious or uncomfortable about trying edibles cbd know that you are not alone. Now that endocannabinoid science has come to the forefront in the last 30 years you can feel comfortable discussing adding a CBD supplement to your routine with your doctor. If you are interested in balancing your body, getting more restful sleep, encouraging a healthy immune system, and/or having less joint and physical pain give CBD a try.



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