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What is CBD?

CBD is short for cannabidiol, one of the 113+ chemical compounds found in cannabis plants (These compounds are collectively referred to as cannabinoids). CBD stands out among the other cannabinoids because of its amazing health benefits and the fact that it’s a nonpsychoactive compound. These are reasons why it has been classified as legal by the World Anti-Doping Agency as well as America’s Food and Drug Administration.

Many CBD products are continually being processed, and statistical prediction shows that the demand for CBD products would rise by 700% in 2020. The most widely known CBD product is CBD oil, however, there are many other CBD products in the market, and this provides patients with a variety of options to choose from.

Some people still have their reservations, but CBD products have been proven by many to be among the best herbal products available today. Here are some of the benefits of CBD products

Can I Get High?

No. You cannot get high as our CBD products are extracted from industrial hemp.

Our CBD oil is grown and extracted from industrial hemp in a specific process that minimizes THC and yields high concentrations of CBD.

Is it Legal?

Unlike many other CBD producers in the country, our CBD comes exclusively from industrial hemp. According to the FDA, hemp and hemp-derived extracts are food-based products posing no legal restriction. Although extracting CBD from hemp is more costly than traditional methods, we are able to control the specific strain and extraction process. This ability ensures high concentrations of CBD while eliminating any THC. With our sophisticated extraction process, CBD alley offers the absolute purest CBD in the country. To learn more, click HERE.

How Does CBD Work?

Decades of research shows that your endocannabinoid system (ECS) is primarily responsible for managing homeostasis: your body’s natural condition of balance. Everything from your temperature, blood sugar levels, pain sensation, sleeping, inflammation responses, CO2 levels, etc., need to be actively regulated within a narrow range of error to ensure optimal health.

When CBD is introduced to the body, it links with two of the main cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body, CB1 and CB2. Together, these receptors and CBD interact with the endocannabinoid system to help regulate your body’s homeostasis.