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The Endocannabinoid System
Over the last few years research continuously shows that CBD will not get you high, and it has been proven to be safe for human consumption.
CBD is found in high percentages in hemp, whilst there will be very little THC. It is commonly found that the balance of these two chemicals dictates the cannabis plant’s purpose.
We have a number of ranges that contain THC at the permitted levels of 0.2%, as well as some that contain zero THC. It is significant that CBD has similar chemicals that our body already produces.
These endocannabinoids (a cannabinoid the body produces internally) are part of a network of chemicals and receptors known as the endocannabinoid system. The ECS acts as the body’s management system, with receptors throughout most of the major organs, the nervous system, and the immune system.
The ECS system manages to ensure that the body is operating in a state of balance. This is why CBD as a natural compound can safely be introduced to our bodies.
At this moment in time the current state of legislation dictates that CBD and those that choose to sell it, are not permitted to make any medical claims.
How Much CBd Should I Take?
Every person has a unique endocannabinoid system and as such, each individuals dosage will vary. We always recommend to start low to find the optimum dosage for you and your family members.
Anecdotal evidence suggests 20 – 30 mg per day provides effects for most people, but it will depend on your individual requirements.