CBD & CBD oil - Everything you need to know & FAQ

What is CBD? CBD stands for Cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive compound derived from hemp that has a wide variety of health benefits. What are the benefits of CBD? Anti-tumoral, antioxidant, anti-spasmodic, anti-psychotic, anti-convulsive, and neuroprotective. Usage: anxiety/ stress/ depression/ sleep disorders/ pain/ inflammation/ acne/ addiction/ muscle spasms & epilepsy. Is CBD legal? Yes. It is legal in Hong Kong as long as it does not contain THC. What is hemp? Hemp is a variety of cannabis that has extremely low THC content but high CBD for making CBD supplements. Traditionally it has been used to produce building materials, fibre, clothing, paper and rope. Does it contain THC? No. The CBD we sell contains no THC. What is Full Spectrum CBD/ Broad Spectrum CBD/ CBD isolate? Full Spectrum: Full extract from hemp that retains all phytocannabinoids and nutrients including trace amounts of THC. Broad Spectrum: Extraction that contains CBD and other phytocannbinoids excluding THC. Isolate: Contains only CBD, at a purity level of 99%+ Is it organic? Yes. All CBD comes from organic sources in the US/ Europe Where does the CBD come from? Yuyo Botanics - Tennessee, US Khus + Khus - Colorado, US Life Flower Care - California, US What does it mean? 300mg/ 900mg? It means the total concentration in the bottle/ product. NOT 1 drop= 300mg How do I use it? Drops: Take desired amount and drop under the tongue, hold in for 60 - 90 seconds before you swallow. If you are not used to this ingestion method, you can also mix into your water or drinks. Topicals: Clean skin thoroughly before application How much should I use? Please refer to the dosage card, if any questions you can contact Heavens Please to help determine a proper dosage. It is best used daily as a supplement for maximum benefits. An informative article about Cannabidiol from the Harvard University  Health Blog : Cannabidiol (CBD) — what we know and what we don’t

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