Orange CBD oil
CBD is a hot topic that keeps on changing which made a series of evolution through time.
As a quick reminder, CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are the most common cannabinoids found in what we call CBD products.
Originally, it was extracted from the Cannabis sativa plant, which is full of compounds called cannabinoids. There are more than 100 of these chemicals in the latter plant and some of those compounds may cause drug-like reactions in your body.
CBD like THC are both active compounds but CBD is not the one which makes people feel “high” unlike THC.
Therefore, by using only CBD, there are no side effects caused by THC.
In addition, by extracting CBD, it is possible to use it as a liquid.
Indeed, as CBD is oil-soluble, which means that it is compatible with oil, many CBD products are sold mixed with carrier oils such as coconut oil, avocado oil, palm oil, and sunflower oil, and these oils can be used in various ways.
For example, it can be put directly in the mouth, or dropped in salad, coffee or even beer.
However, CBD originally extracted from plants like cannabis may or may not be completely THC-free (0%). That is why it is recommended to check certifications with the manufacturer carefully.
And if you want to avoid THC matters, you can opt for a new type of CBD, bio-identical that has been developed in the recent years, which is chemically synthesized by extracting ingredients from orange peel.
Since it is made from orange peel, there is then absolutely no risk of THC anymore.
Indeed, in recent years, research results on chemically synthesized CBD, which is a new technology, have begun to be gradually produced, and clinical trials have revealed that this new CBD type has the same effect as plant-derived CBD.
Extracted from plants is certainly very good and proven to be effective, but it is undeniable that there is a considerable risk of THC presence.
For such a reason, it would be safer from now on to recommend CBD chemically synthesized from orange peel…
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