CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in all cannabis plants. CBD won’t get you high; unlike THC, which binds to nerve receptors to create different heady and bodily sensations, CBD doesn’t so much bind as it alters how the receptors bind to other cannabinoids. You can think of it as an activation rather than a direct bind. That is why CBD is usable by anyone, even those who are in professions that require serious mental clarity.
CBD is most commonly used for chronic pain, anxiety, inflammation, and insomnia. If you are struggling to sleep soundly, working to overcome your inner anxieties, or battling long- or short-term body aches, CBD is worth exploring.
When to Take CBD
CBD can be taken any time of day. We recommend trying a few different times to see what works best for you. What’s most important with CBD is to take it consistently, so once you find a good time, stick with it for the biggest benefits.