CBD And The Flow
Getting into the Flow with CBD
One of the most common effects of CBD is its ability to connect mind to body. Where THC enters the body and connects to our CB1 and CB2 receptors throughout our endocannabinoid system, CBD tends to direct our body to use more of its own cannabinoids. These receptors deal with everything from mood, emotion, thinking and memory, coordination and pain. This means while a 25 mg capsule of ONDA CBD will not produce a psychoactive induced high feeling, it can aid you in managing these various processes.
Cannabinoids are separated into subclasses such as THC and CBD. They come from the same plant, act on the same receptors, but have completely different missions. Our two main ECS receptors CB1 (primarily found in the brain) and CB2 (predominantly present in the immune system) respond to different cannabinoids with varied responses. Because of this diversity, individual strains can be used to activate and maintain our internal health, touching everything from our pain/sleep, mood/behavior, and gastrointestinal systems to our neurological receptors. Users of CBD range from patients experiencing seizures, headaches, anxiety, or even addiction to THC strains of marijuana.