History of CBD

Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, has made a name for itself throughout history. The earliest references to cannabis, 5000 BC, come from Asia, where Cannabis was used for the manufacture of rope, textiles and paper. The first written record of medicinal cannabis use probably comes from China, dating back to 2737 BC. The Chinese Emperor Sheng Nung first started using it in his tea to help with pain relief, memory loss, malaria, and gout.
CBD belongs to the so-called cannabinoids. About 100 substances belong to the group of cannabinoids of which CBD and THC are best known. Fiber hemp contains over 500 different components such as the cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids.
Cannabinoids are divided into three groups:
Hemp and Marihuana are plants that both belong to the same genus, Cannabis Sativa, but they are very different from each other. Hemp plants contain low levels of the intoxicating phytocannabinoid known as Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), for which marihuana is well known. It does, however, contain high levels of the non-intoxicating phytocannabinoid Cannabidiol (CBD).
Although not everything is still scientifically determined, CBD oil offers support for many physical and mental complaints. Positive experiences are reported with: stress -related complaints, sleeping problems, depression and various pain complaints, ADHD, migraine and rheumatic complaints. Many doctors are enthusiastic about its therapeutic effect.
The cannabinoids work on the EndoCannabinoid System (ESC) which is a complex cell-signaling system identified in the early 1990s by researchers. The ECS plays a role in regulating a range of functions and processes in the human body, including:

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