During wars, a lot of tactics are employed to squash the onslaught of the enemy. But most times, there emerges a hero from the most unbelievable of situation. Somewhat like the proverbial white pap from the blackest of the pot. This hero in the fight against some many diseases including epilepsy is CBD oil. A compound found in one of the most illegal plants in the world: cannabis also called marijuana. It has proven itself useful against cases like epilepsy, insomnia, and unbelievably, cigarette addiction.
In the beginning
CBD oil was originally found in cannabis and had been the only source for a while. Dating as far back as the 19th century when Queen Victoria used it to treat menstrual cramps. In fact, it is recorded King Henry VIII fined farmers who refused to raise cannabis plants for industrial use.
Classifying something as a taboo has a major disadvantage. The masses begin to form a hypothesis based on pure conjecture, most of the times which are horribly distant from the truth.
Ever since the marijuana was classified as a prohibited substance, confusions about its true nature have been circulating in the public’s mind. Far-fetched stories have been published, none of which are close to the actual facts. And most embarrassing are the answers which you get if you ask someone: “Do you know the difference between hemp and marijuana?”
CBD vs THC
At the mention of hemp, you might feel dubious as hemp can often be affiliated with recreational drug use. However, there’s no need to fear if this is something you are doubtful. The most common reason hemp is grown and used, is for its non-psychoactive properties. This is namely because the concentration level of the psychoactive compound THC is very low. Hemp is including much more CBD, which acts as a type of relief for many different symptoms or conditions and is therefore non-psychoactive...