What Is CBD?

What Is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most common cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds that exist within the cannabis plant. Research suggests that there are over 80 cannabinoids, or chemical compounds, that exist in the cannabis plant. *Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-pyschoactive compound and has been studied for its anti-inflammatory capabilities. World Hemp Market believes CBD is a holistic alternative solution to health and wellness, and we encourage consumers to perform their own specialized and intense research while purchasing and consuming these products. This includes the proper discussion with your current health professionals.

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most common cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds that exist within the cannabis plant. Research suggests that there are over 80 cannabinoids, or chemical compounds, that exist in the cannabis plant. *Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-pyschoactive compound and has been studied for its anti-inflammatory capabilities. World Hemp Market believes CBD is a holistic alternative solution to health and wellness, and we encourage consumers to perform their own specialized and intense research while purchasing and consuming these products. This includes the proper discussion with your current health professionals.

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most common cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds that exist within the cannabis plant. Research suggests that there are over 80 cannabinoids, or chemical compounds, that exist in the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-pyschoactive compound and has been studied for its anti-inflammatory capabilities. World Hemp Market believes CBD is a holistic alternative solution to health and wellness, and we encourage consumers to perform their own specialized and intense research while purchasing and consuming these products. This includes the proper discussion with your current health professionals.

What Is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most common cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds that exist within the cannabis plant. Research suggests that there are over 80 cannabinoids, or chemical compounds, that exist in the cannabis plant. *Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-pyschoactive compound and has been studied for its anti-inflammatory capabilities. World Hemp Market believes CBD is a holistic alternative solution to health and wellness, and we encourage consumers to perform their own specialized and intense research while purchasing and consuming these products. This includes the proper discussion with your current health professionals.

What Is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most common cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds that exist within the cannabis plant. Research suggests that there are over 80 cannabinoids, or chemical compounds, that exist in the cannabis plant. *Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-pyschoactive compound and has been studied for its anti-inflammatory capabilities. World Hemp Market believes CBD is a holistic alternative solution to health and wellness, and we encourage consumers to perform their own specialized and intense research while purchasing and consuming these products. This includes the proper discussion with your current health professionals.

CBD Forms and Uses

Tincture

Tinctures are a prevalent form of CBD. Creating tinctures is a very delicate process in which cannabis biomass is chemically altered and concentrated into an oily substance. This process is known as extraction. During this chemical extraction, the CBD cannabinoid is isolated, allowing the chemist to formulate the tincture. The most appropriate ways to consume tinctures are to blend with your foods and smoothies, or you can apply the oil sublingually (beneath the tongue). When using tinctures sublingually, we suggest dropping.... then holding for about 60 seconds, followed by a swig of a satisfying beverage. The flavor of tinctures varies, and consumers must research tincture brands to understand their product ingredients.

Holistic Solution For:

Anxiety, Insomnia, Joint Stiffness, and Muscle Soreness


Topical

Topical CBD products are created similarly to tinctures. However, once the oil is isolated and extracted, the substance is then blended with other ingredients to make unique topical products. These different topicals include lotions, soaps, face scrubs, beauty products, body butter, massage oils, bath salts, roll on's, and much more. To successfully use CBD topicals, the user must rub the substance directly on the targeted application area of their body. CBD topicals are very satisfying and are developed to have pleasant smells, along with pleasure and relief. When purchasing topicals, users must be aware that there is a difference between CBD oil and hemp seed oil. Although both ingredients are derived from cannabis, hemp seed oil does not have the same chemical makeup of CBD.

Holistic Solution For:

Joint Stiffness and Muscle Soreness

Flower & Vapor

The consumption of CBD flower and CBD vapor requires that each substance be heated, and the user inhales the smoke to receive the cannabinoids directly. CBD flower needs that you breakdown the bud substance via hand or unique grinder tool. Then pack the material into a paper or cone (joint), tobacco leaf (blunt), or onto glass (bong or pipe). The preference of heated flower inhalation varies upon the user. CBD vaporization requires that CBD oil is heated via an electronic pen, then is inhaled directly by the user. CBD vapors are a new trend in the cannabis industry and provides the ultimate discretion as the smoke is mostly odorless.

Holistic Solution For:

Anxiety and Insomnia


Edible Foods

Everyone loves food! CBD edibles are a rabbit hole of ingestible opportunities. CBD edibles are different in that you can either purchase excellent products or experiment with your own recipes. To create the perfect edibles, chefs such as yourself, can either use tinctures or CBD flower. Both substances require that you infuse them with your cooking oil or butter. This infusion varies between 4 - 24 hours. Once the contents are done infusing, you then cook with the oil or butter as if you would any other time. CBD cooking oils and butter tend to be very potent; therefore, they require minimal amounts of CBD products for a successful batch. The most known edibles include brownies, cookies, rice crispy treats, and even honey! When purchasing products, users must still take into consideration personal allergies.

Holistic Solution For:

Anxiety and Insomnia

CBD Forms and Uses

Tincture

Tinctures are a prevalent form of CBD. Creating tinctures is a very delicate process in which cannabis biomass is chemically altered and concentrated into an oily substance. This process is known as extraction. During this chemical extraction, the CBD cannabinoid is isolated, allowing the chemist to formulate the tincture. The most appropriate ways to consume tinctures are to blend with your foods and smoothies, or you can apply the oil sublingually (beneath the tongue). When using tinctures sublingually, we suggest dropping.... then holding for about 60 seconds, followed by a swig of a satisfying beverage. The flavor of tinctures varies, and consumers must research tincture brands to understand their product ingredients.


Topical

Topical CBD products are created similarly to tinctures. However, once the oil is isolated and extracted, the substance is then blended with other ingredients to make unique topical products. These different topicals include lotions, soaps, face scrubs, beauty products, body butter, massage oils, bath salts, roll on's, and much more. To successfully use CBD topicals, the user must rub the substance directly on the targeted application area of their body. CBD topicals are very satisfying and are developed to have pleasant smells, along with pleasure and relief. When purchasing topicals, users must be aware that there is a difference between CBD oil and hemp seed oil. Although both ingredients are derived from cannabis, hemp seed oil does not have the same chemical makeup of CBD.

Flower & Vapor

The consumption of CBD flower and CBD vapor requires that each substance be heated, and the user inhales the smoke to receive the cannabinoids directly. CBD flower needs that you breakdown the bud substance via hand or unique grinder tool. Then pack the material into a paper or cone (joint), tobacco leaf (blunt), or onto glass (bong or pipe). The preference of heated flower inhalation varies upon the user. CBD vaporization requires that CBD oil is heated via an electronic pen, then is inhaled directly by the user. CBD vapors are a new trend in the cannabis industry and provides the ultimate discretion as the smoke is mostly odorless.


Edible Foods

Everyone loves food! CBD edibles are a rabbit hole of ingestible opportunities. CBD edibles are different in that you can either purchase excellent products or experiment with your own recipes. To create the perfect edibles, chefs such as yourself, can either use tinctures or CBD flower. Both substances require that you infuse them with your cooking oil or butter. This infusion varies between 4 - 24 hours. Once the contents are done infusing, you then cook with the oil or butter as if you would any other time. CBD cooking oils and butter tend to be very potent; therefore, they require minimal amounts of CBD products for a successful batch. The most known edibles include brownies, cookies, rice crispy treats, and even honey! When purchasing products, users must still take into consideration personal allergies.

CBD Forms and Uses

Tincture

Tinctures are a prevalent form of CBD. Creating tinctures is a very delicate process in which cannabis biomass is chemically altered and concentrated into an oily substance. This process is known as extraction. During this chemical extraction, the CBD cannabinoid is isolated, allowing the chemist to formulate the tincture. The most appropriate ways to consume tinctures are to blend with your foods and smoothies, or you can apply the oil sublingually (beneath the tongue). When using tinctures sublingually, we suggest dropping.... then holding for about 60 seconds, followed by a swig of a satisfying beverage. The flavor of tinctures varies, and consumers must research tincture brands to understand their product ingredients.

Holistic Solution For:

Anxiety, Sleep Deprivation, Joint Stiffness, and Muscle Soreness


Topical

Topical CBD products are created similarly to tinctures. However, once the oil is isolated and extracted, the substance is then blended with other ingredients to make unique topical products. These different topicals include lotions, soaps, face scrubs, beauty products, body butter, massage oils, bath salts, roll on's, and much more. To successfully use CBD topicals, the user must rub the substance directly on the targeted application area of their body. CBD topicals are very satisfying and are developed to have pleasant smells, along with pleasure and relief. When purchasing topicals, users must be aware that there is a difference between CBD oil and hemp seed oil. Although both ingredients are derived from cannabis, hemp seed oil does not have the same chemical makeup as CBD.

Holistic Solution For:

Joint Stiffness and Muscle Soreness

Smokable Flower & Vapor

The consumption of CBD flower and CBD vapor requires that each substance be heated, and the user inhales the smoke to receive the cannabinoids directly. CBD flower needs that you breakdown the bud substance via hand or unique grinder tool. Then pack the material into a paper or cone (joint), tobacco leaf (blunt), or onto glass (bong or pipe). The preference of heated flower inhalation varies upon the user. CBD vaporization requires that CBD oil is heated via an electronic pen, then is inhaled directly by the user. CBD vapors are a new trend in the cannabis industry and provides the ultimate discretion as the smoke is mostly odorless.

Holistic Solution For:

Anxiety and Sleep Deprivation


Edible Foods

Everyone loves food! CBD edibles are a rabbit hole of ingestible opportunities. CBD edibles are different in that you can either purchase excellent products or experiment with your own recipes. To create the perfect edibles, chefs such as yourself, can either use tinctures or CBD flower. Both substances require that you infuse them with your cooking oil or butter. This infusion varies between 4 - 24 hours. Once the contents are done infusing, you then cook with the oil or butter as if you would any other time. CBD cooking oils and butter tend to be very potent; therefore, they require minimal amounts of CBD products for a successful batch. The most known edibles include brownies, cookies, rice crispy treats, and even honey! When purchasing products, users must still take into consideration personal allergies.

Holistic Solution For:

Anxiety and Sleep Deprivation,

More Notable Cannabinoids

THC

Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THC) is a prevalent cannabinoid and is associated with the psychoactive effects of cannabis. *THC is researched to have pharmacological impact as an appetite suppressor, bone stimulant, anti-epileptic, and antidiabetic.

CBDA

Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-proliferative, anti-emetic (nausea and vomiting), and an anti-inflammatory.

CBD-V

Cannabidivarin (CBD-V) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as a bone stimulant.

CBN

Cannabinol (CBN) is non-psychoactive and is the first cannabinoid isolated at the end of the 19th century. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an analgesic and an antiinflammatory.

CBG

Cannabigirol (CBG) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-proliferative and an anti-bacterial.

CBC

Cannabichrome (CBC) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, bone stimulant, anti-microbial, anti-proliferative, and an anti-fungal.

More Notable Cannabinoids

THC

Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THC) is a prevalent cannabinoid and is associated with the psychoactive effects of cannabis. *THC is researched to have pharmacological impact as an appetite suppressor, bone stimulant, anti-epileptic, and antidiabetic.

CBDA

Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-proliferative, anti-emetic (nausea and vomiting), and an anti-inflammatory.

CBD-V

Cannabidivarin (CBD-V) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as a bone stimulant.

CBN

Cannabinol (CBN) is non-psychoactive and is the first cannabinoid isolated at the end of the 19th century. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an analgesic and an antiinflammatory.

CBG

Cannabigirol (CBG) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-proliferative and an anti-bacterial.

CBC

Cannabichrome (CBC) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, bone stimulant, anti-microbial, anti-proliferative, and an anti-fungal.

More Notable Cannabinoids

THC

Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THC) is a prevalent cannabinoid and is associated with the psychoactive effects of cannabis. *THC is researched to have pharmacological impact as an appetite suppressor, bone stimulant, anti-epileptic, and antidiabetic.

CBDA

Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-proliferative, anti-emetic (nausea and vomiting), and an anti-inflammatory.

CBD-V

Cannabidivarin (CBD-V) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as a bone stimulant.

CBN

Cannabinol (CBN) is non-psychoactive and is the first cannabinoid isolated at the end of the 19th century. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an analgesic and an antiinflammatory.

CBG

Cannabigirol (CBG) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-proliferative and an anti-bacterial.

CBC

Cannabichrome (CBC) is non-psychoactive. *It is researched to have pharmacological impact as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, bone stimulant, anti-microbial, anti-proliferative, and an anti-fungal.

*Leinow, L. & Birnbaum, J. (2017). CBD: a patients guide to medicinal cannabis. Berkeley, California: North Atlantic Books