- CBD Drip
CBD is a natural occurring substance found in the cannabis plant; a plant that has been known and used by man for over 5,000 years. It has been incorporated into man's life for so long, the human body even has it's own endocannabinoid system, (ECS), with receptors found in our nervous system and our immune system to bind with CBD and THC. This is not unlike how we utilize other nutrients we consume to keep our health and wellness optimum. It could be said that CBD might be a dietary supplement we are meant to take regularly like vitamins and minerals. It is a neuroprotectant and an antioxidant, offering preventive qualities, such as vitamin C preventing scurvy. It has been used medicinally all over the world, treating chronic pain, auto immune conditions, cancer cell destruction, and many other ailments. It is even being studied for its effects on epi-genetics as a preventative substance that may help humans avoid such conditions as Alzheimer's, Muscular Sclerosis, and Senile Dementia. Most importantly, it may the best supplement ever to help the cessation of addictive substances and behaviors such as smoking cigarettes, taking opiates, and alcohol. In the area of psychotherapy, CBD may be the most promising preventative substance in the treatment of PTSD. Based on the definition of a drug above; CBD does not alter the structure of the body, it only optimizes its intended function of that structure, whether it be a neuron or an immune cell in the body. CBD does not alter the function of the body, again it only optimizes it. CBD restores and replenishes, it has no notable physiological changes in a persons vital signs even at very high doses in the range of 1500 mg. It has no apparent toxicity documentations and it appears that the body only absorbs and uses what it needs, just like most vitamins and other nutrients. With the increase in allergies, auto-immune disorders and epidemic PTSD in our world, CBD may be returning to our world just in time, as the most important nutrient we needed and are lacking in, not another drug.