Cannabidiol? We hear a lot about it but what is it actually? Known as “CBD”, cannabidiol is a molecule derived from cannabis “Indian hemp”. CBD is part of the cannabinoid category.
The WHO currently lists more than a hundred cannabinoids including CBD, THC, CBN, CBG, etc. These molecules interact with the endocannabinoid system of our body and our metabolism. Some of these cannabinoids have anxiolytic effects like cannabidiol, and others are subject to controversy and debate like Tetrahydrocannabidiol banned in France and classified as a narcotic due to its psychotropic action. There are 2 categories of cannabinoids, rather 3 if we take into account the synthetic cannabinoids produced in the laboratory: endogenous cannabinoids (endocannabinoids) naturally present in our body and plant cannabinoids (phytocannabinoids) which are present in plants and particularly in cannabis or hops. Let's discover together if you wish this last category of cannabinoids and more particularly "CBD", an active substance which works miracles in terms of well-being and more particularly in cosmetics.
The time has come, dear friends, YESforLOV afficionados, marijuana enthusiasts, pro-cannabis activists or fervent defenders of well-being to let yourself embark on this discovery of CBD which, as you read and the articles to come will take you from surprise to surprise and one thing leading to another towards new spheres of pleasure.
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