CBD, on its own, doesn’t get you high.
So far it can’t be separated from THC, the element that does have the light headed side effect that is satirically associated with marijuana users. Yet CBD doesn’t get you “stoned”, “baked”, or “ripped” on its own.
The Goddess Delivers will not offer medical advice, but we can point you in the direction of studies that support the following opinions.
The opinion that CBDs effectively manages pain.
The opinion that CBDs inhibit the growth of cancer cells.
The opinion that CBDs treat epilepsy, multiple sclerosis spasms, anxiety disorders, Bipolar Disorder, schizophrenia, nausea, convulsion and inflammation.
So what is it?
CBD, like THC, is a cannabinoid that is a natural component of cannabis. Some strains, like the Omrita RX3 and Blue Jay, have heavier concentrations of CBD. It can be found in a variety of other products such as Honey oil, Ginger CBD-oos, Cannastrips, Vegan Cacao chocolates, among others.
The strongest strain, Cannatonic, has a one to one ratio of CBD to THC, one of the best ratios you can find.
Along with being elemental medication, CBD can have an antioxident effect.
Studies suggest that it can be an effective neuroprotective choice. They also suggest that increases blood flow to tissues, reduce ssymptoms of schizophrenia, and protects against neurodegeneration caused by binge drinking.
Yet it doesn’t get you “high” on it’s own.
The products currently available to medical marijuana patients are not pure CBD. They still contain some THC. However as legalization spreads so will the production options for this medication. CBD heavy strains will become even more refined and collectives will be able offer an even wider variety of life saving and comfort providing options.
For the time being the strains are effective, the candies are delicious, and the pills swallowed knowing that the products and the law is moving to the side of life, liberty, and the pursuit of freedom from excessive pain and discomfort.