What is CBD Oil?
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a phytocannabinoid deriving from the various types of cannabis plant. CBD was first discovered in 1940 and has since gained momentum and a stronger following. In 2018, clinical trials and laboratory research focused their studies on CBD’s effects on various health conditions such as anxiety, depression, cognition, muscle disorders, mental health issues and pain tolerance. With close analyzation, researchers found that in most all cases, CBD oil positively influenced the condition or ailment. Each study has continued to provide feedback for newer, more advanced research studies and methods of usage of CBD.
With such positive results, scientists have created new ways of administering CBD. The most popular ways are by inhaling the plant, through burning or vaporization. Some other ways to take in this plant is by aerosol spray, administering it through the mouth and cheek. Other popular forms of the plant can now be seen in hand creams, cooking oils, baking ingredients and other various types of edibles. Depending on the health condition or ailment, CBD can be administered to a patient in the way they find most comfortable. Although pure CBD oil does derive from the marijuana plant, it is important to understand that tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is not an active ingredient which makes the oil lack the psychoactivity usually found in high THC based products. Some products on the market do include CBD oils with THC in them, but that depends on a person’s preferences and their diagnosis. With a variety of products available currently, and so many being added to the list of marketable items, CBD products are taking over the holistic market.
As of 2018, the US and FDA have legalized more CBD products and are planning to release more over time. Since CBD products are legal depending on your state and county, it is important to figure out if you can legally purchase and handle it. There are a few websites that show if you are eligible to legally purchase and handle CBD products such as statelaws.com and norml.gov. Knowing whether you fall under these jurisdiction allows you to purchase and properly use CBD products for your benefit. If you are not sure or are in any way doubtful of your CBD consumption status, you can visit us at Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary and we will gladly let you know.
Because of all of the positive results our customers have received after using CBD products, we are passionate about our products and personalized customer service. Our expert connoisseurs will do everything in their power to provide you with detailed descriptions about our products as well as help you choose what you are looking for. At our dispensary we provide our customers personalized visits to carefully choose the CBD products you find most helpful and provide you with recommendations based on your choices. If you are in or around the San Antonio area, we invite you to visit Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary so you can see the variety of products in our dispensary. We promise you a positive experience and unmatched customer service!