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How Does CBD Affect Your Brain & Body
As CBD continues to grow in popularity you’ve probably seen a lot of CBD facts and myths out there. We’ve found that most questions from curious and new users are around how CBD will affect your brain and body. Will you get high? Will you feel that dreaded paranoia? What about CBD brain fog? How can CBD benefit you?
Here’s the kicker, we’re going to answer them for you quicker than you can make a GrubHub order after drinking too many vinos the night before.
Is CBD Psychoactive?
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are both cannabis compounds that interact with your body’s system—but they’ve got very different side effects. THC is the ingredient that can be associated with you experiencing that high feeling (this is the stuff your Aunt Gwen warned you about). It can also cause you to experience negative or scary psychoactive effects such as paranoia or a feeling like you’ve lost control. Sounds pretty nasty, huh? Let us reassure you that CBD won’t give you these unpleasant effects. CBD is non-intoxicating which means it may make you feel a buzz and also help boost your sense of wellbeing and mindfulness—with no CBD brain fog or hangover.
What Does CBD Do To Your Brain?
CBD is a mighty (but drinker-friendly) ingredient in our sparkling cocktails. It collaborates with the receptors in your body’s central nervous system which then affects the release of neurotransmitters in your brain. These neurotransmitters are the chemicals responsible for relaying the messages between cells and work to manage pain, immune function, stress responses, and sleep.
How is CBD Chemically Processed in Your Brain?
CBD stimulates the body to produce more of its own natural cannabinoids and slows their breakdown. This allows them to remain in the brain for longer which may result in them having more of a positive effect. All of the Flyers sparkling cocktails are water-soluble which means that they may be more quickly absorbed and processed which could help you experience the benefits faster. We think this is a big win-win for everybody.
What Does CBD Do to Your Body?
CBD may work to help sustain and manage your body’s equilibrium. Whether you're fighting a winter cold or facing a meeting with the boss from hell (hey, we’ve all had ‘em), CBD may work with your body’s natural defenses to help support you physically and mentally (and ace that dreaded performance review).
How is CBD Chemically Processed in Your Body?
CBD not only boosts and supports your body’s natural cannabinoids but it may also help the way your body reacts to inflammation and infection and assist to promote overall good health. We think everyone can do with some friendly support, don’t you?
What Are the Benefits of CBD?
There are many CBD myths out there so we consulted the brainiacs at the World Health Organization (WHO) to help clear these up for you (and your Aunt Gwen). The WHO has reported that CBD has been found to have many possible therapeutic benefits. These include reducing the effects of stress and anxiety, helping with pain management and decreasing inflammation within the body.