CBD stands for Cannabidiol. It is one of over 100+ cannabinoids that is found in cannabis, primarily in hemp plant, and is known for supporting the health of body and mind in various ways.
CBD should not be confused with THC, which is a psychoactive component that gives you a “high” effect. That means CBD itself does not cause a “high” but carries a lot of therapeutic benefits.
There are three main types of CBD products: Studies have shown that these 100+ cannabinoids have better effects on the body if working together.
Full Spectrum CBD: Contains all the naturally occurring cannabinoids found in cannabis plant, including THC, which is a psychoactive substance causes a “high” and is not legal in Hong Kong.
Broad Spectrum CBD: It is very similar to Full Spectrum CBD. All of the cannabinoids are preserved except for THC, which is removed in one of the manufacturing processes.
CBD Isolate: It is what it sounds like, a single isolated compound out of 100+ cannabinoids.
There are no limits to the benefits of CBD. It has been around for centuries but its impressive health benefits have not been noticed until recent years. Discoveries of new benefits are still constantly being made. Here are several common and significant results from taking CBD supplement.