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CBD, is quickly changing the debate surrounding the use of marijuana as a medicine.Most people have heard of a chemical called THC, which is the ingredient in marijuana that gets users high. But recently, attention has shifted to another compound in marijuana called CBD — and for good reason. While doctors can’t seem to look past certain side effects of THC, CBD doesn’t appear to present that problem. On the other hand, evidence of CBD’s medical benefits continues to grow.


Here some key facts that you should know about CBD


1. CBD is a key ingredient in cannabis

CBD is one of over 60 compounds found in cannabis that belongs to a class of molecules called cannabinoids. These compounds, CBD and THC are usually present in the highest concentrations, and are the most recognized and studied. CBD and THC levels tend to vary among different plants. Marijuana thats usually grown for recreational purposes often contains more THC than CBD. However, by using selective breeding techniques, cannabis breeders have managed to create varieties with high levels of CBD and next to zero levels of THC. These strains are rare but have become more popular.


2. CBD is non-psychoactive

Unlike THC, CBD does not cause a high feeling with individuals. While this makes CBD a poor choice for recreational users, it gives the chemical an advantage as a medicine, since health professionals prefer treatments with minimal side effects. CBD is non-psychoactive because it does not act on the same pathways as THC. These pathways, called CB1 receptors, are highly concentrated in the brain and are responsible for the mind-altering effects of THC. A Current Drug Safety review that was published in 2011 concludes that CBD “does not interfere with several psychomotor and psychological functions.”


3. CBD reduces the negative effects of THC

CBD seems to offer natural protection against the marijuana high. Studies suggest that CBD acts to reduce the intoxicating effects of THC, such as memory impairment and paranoia. CBD also appears to counteract the sleep-inducing effects of THC, which may explain why some strains of cannabis are known to increase alertness. Both CBD and THC have been found to present no risk of lethal overdose. However, to reduce potential side effects, medical users may be better off using cannabis with higher levels of CBD.


4. Does Flurish Group Have CBD?

The answer is Yes! Flurish makes CBD-rich products made using only organic, whole plant cannabis because this offers the best safety profile and superior medicinal benefits. Industrial hemp typically contains far less cannabidiol than CBD-rich cannabis strains so a huge amount of industrial hemp is required to extract a small amount of CBD. This raises the risk of contaminants as hemp is a “bio-accumulator”—meaning the plant naturally drawns toxins from the soil.


5. What kind of ratios does Flurish Group have?

Flurish currently has a 7:1 ratio of cbd that Helps with Appetite Stimulation, Autism, Certain Cancers, Fibromyalgia, Severe PainSkin Conditions Applied Topically: Skin Cancer & Psoriasis. Extensive clinical research has shown that CBD:THC ratio is effective for neuropathic pain.


6. Is a CBD-dominant cannabis strain with very little THC better medicine than a cannabis strain with a fifty-fifty CBD-THC mix?

A CBD-dominant strain or product with little THC is not necessarily a superior treatment option compared to a balanced CBD-rich remedy with an equal amount of CBD and THC. A CBD-dominant extract or strain might be optimal for treating anxiety and seizure disorders, where as most pain syndromes and neurodegenerative disorders may benefit from a substantial amount of THC. CBD and THC act synergistically to potentiate their respective therapeutic attributes. Different ratios of CBD and THC are more suitable for different conditions and different individuals.


7. Is CBD Illegal?

Even though CBD shows much promise as a medicine, it remains illegal in many parts of the world. CBD is classified as a schedule i drug in the united states and a schedule ii drug in Canada. on December 14 2016, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) made it clear that any marijuana-based extract is considered a schedule i drug under federal law, including CBD oils and other types of CBD-rich extracts. on the other hand, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved a request to trial a pharmaceutical version of CBD in children with rare forms of epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.