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Information about CBD

Where does CBD originate from?

CBD is an extract from the cannabis plant, which grows in many different places around the world. But where did CBD originally come from and how did it all start? We try to find answers to these questions in this blog.


CBD, where and what is it?

The cannabis plant, also known as the hemp plant, is thought to come from Central and East Asia. Nowadays, the cannabis plant can be found in many different places; Europe, North Africa, Asia and North and South America. The cannabis plant has been transported from continent to continent and has had (and has) many different functions. Its fibers are used, among other things, to make clothes, paper, sails for boats and ropes. However, it was not until 1940 that CBD was isolated from the cannabis plant and the use of CBD did not follow until many years later. CBD therefore has a long history behind it, starting with the cannabis plant, where there is evidence that it has been documented and used as far back as 2727 BC. That means, humans have been using and describing the cannabis plant for over 4,700 years, which is very impressive. The cannabis plant is still used today for many different things, which is extremely interesting as most people still associate the cannabis plant with weed or marijuana. There are 113 different extracts from the cannabis plant, of which CBD and THC are the most well-known.


It all started in 1940

Although the cannabis plant has been used and has existed for many years, it was as mentioned above not until 1940 that Roger Adams isolated CBD as well as CBN (another cannabidiol) from the cannabis plant. It was also here that a theory was developed that there could potentially be a single extract from the cannabis plant which could be the reason why the cannabis plant could have a psychotic effect. In 1964, THC was isolated by Raphael Mechoulam, who from the years 1940 to 1964 was a leading researcher in cannabis. THC is the substance that can create an effect that makes people high. So even though many people associate CBD and the cannabis plant as something relatively new, it has actually quietly been around since 1940. CBD has over the past 10-15 years become extremely popular and is used by people (and animals) around the world for various mental and physical challenges. However, it is very individual what you as a consumer will and can potentially use CBD for, and therefore it is important to do a thorough research before using any CBD related products.


The start of CBD as we know it today

In the early 1980s, Mechoulam began working with researchers from South America, where they proved that CBD had a positive effect on people (most of them children) who had very severe epileptic seizures. The experiments proved their theory that the people who used CBD had a higher quality of life and at the same time their seizures became significantly lighter and in some individual cases fewer seizures. However, it took many years before CBD and the cannabis plant were legalized as a medical aid. California in the United States was the first state in the United States to be legalized in 1996. Oregon, Alaska and Washington followed suit in 1998, Maine in 1999 and Nevada, Colorado and Hawaii in 2000. Since then, CBD has become legal in 47 out of 50 states in USA. Many European countries have since followed, and in recent years some countries in Africa, Asia and South America have also made CBD legal. However please remember that there are specific requirements that users and producers must live up to. These, of course vary from country to country. Today, CBD is legal to use in Denmark, however, with that in mind, there are rules and regulations for how the CBD is manufactured and what they may contain.


The evolution of CBD

CBD has an absolutely incredible history behind it, from its origin (documented more than 4700 years ago) and use of the cannabis plant, to the CBD we know today. As CBD becomes increasingly popular, products are also being diligently developed and manufactured that can help with a wide range of different diseases, challenges, disorders, etc. There is no doubt that in the future CBD will become more normal for many people to use, not only in Denmark, but worldwide. Taking this into consideration, it is important to mention that some people still think of cannabis when they hear about CBD. Therefore, it is extremely important to have blogs and articles that are informative and help to provide a better understanding of what CBD actually is, where it comes from and what one can expect as a potential consumer and user of CBD.

What is CBD?

CBD has been (and is) a much talked about topic for the last 10-15 years, which is regularly discussed around the world. But what exactly is CBD and why has it received so much attention in recent years? In this blog we aim to give you some insight into CBD and what it actually is.


CBD, in short

CBD is an abbreviation of the word Cannabidiol and is a plant extract derived from the cannabis plant. Many of us, when we hear the word cannabis, we often associate it with marijuana or weed. However, actually the cannabis plant has 113 different cannabinoids, and here cannabidiol (CBD) is one of them. The many different cannabinoids each have their own ability, and therefore it is also important to know what CBD actually is, and that there are many different things that the cannabis plant is used for. CBD is among the most important, and of course most well-known cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. It is furthermore important that we also mention tetrahydrocannabinol, better known as THC. It is often THC that people associate with cannabis, as THC os the one that has psychoactive properties, meaning you can get high by using products that contain THC. In fact, CBD can often reduce the effects that you might experience if you have used THC.


Where does CBD come from?

CBD is extracted as an extract from the cannabis plant, after which it can be used for various products that have specific properties. Among other things, CBD has shown to have anti-inflammatory effects and can help your body and mind against several types of diseases, mentally as well as physically. The most popular CBD products are CBD oil, CBD lotion and CBD e-liquids. In addition to this, there are now also CBD products that can be used for your pets. It is therefore possible to use of CBD in many different situations, all depending on whatever your needs may be. It is always a good idea to do a lot of research, if at any given time, you are considering using CBD. There are an incredible number of providers, with very different quality. Therefore, always make sure that you are well aware of your needs and you want accomplished by using CBD. Finally, always make sure that you buy CBD products of the highest quality.


CBD and its many possibilities

Now that we have uncovered what CBD actually is, let’s take a closer look at why CBD has been in the media for the last 10-15 years and why there is a growing demand for CBD products. Several studies have shown that CBD has an incredibly positive effect on a lot of different diseases, which can be mental or physical. There have been an incredible number of positive stories regarding CBD and how it has helped people with stress, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD and depression, all of which are mental challenges. If we take a closer look at physical challenges or diseases, it is worth mentioning eczema, general pain in joints or on skin, acne and arthritis. Of course, there are a lot of other different challenges / diseases / disorders that CBD can help with, and therefore, as mentioned above, it is very important that you do your own thorough research and make sure you find the right CBD products for your situation. CBD holds a wide range of properties that can have a positive effect on your daily life and routines. It can mean a higher quality of life, more joy in your everyday life as well as a stronger immune system.


CBD in all its simplicity

So, what is CBD? CBD can be many things, but most importantly, it is a product that can help you if you find yourself in a challenging situation. CBD is a natural product that often helps people to get through a difficult daily life. The many different properties of CBD therefore make it possible to produce many different CBD products that can help with very specific challenges or diseases. Therefore, CBD is used today by many people around the world, who are looking for an alternative approach to diseases that in one way or another can be exhausting on one’s body and mind. Now that you know a little more about what CBD actually is, it may be that CBD can help you as an alternative form of treatment for ailments such as stress, anxiety or insomnia. Remember always to do a thorough research, find CBD products of the highest quality and last but not least, make sure you find the right CBD product for you and your situation.


CBD Dosage Guide

Dosage is one of the most difficult subjects for users of CBD oils. Humans respond very differently to CBD intake. For some, the effect will be present after a few days and in other cases it can take up to 3-4 weeks. But for most people you will be able to feel an effect after approx. one week.

Other factors also play a role in how fast and how much CBD you should take are, such as body weight and height.

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