What is legal Cannabis?
The Cannabis family divides into two main categories, Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica. These two types of genes differ in many aspects, from the way they look to their effects. In addition, they also differ in their chemical composition, Cannabis Indica can reach even 30% THC composition, which will really get you “high”. Furthermore, these two genes can be subdivided into their subgroups. A common subgroup of Cannabis Sativa, is the Cannabis Sativa L gene, more commonly called hemp, Cannabis Light, or Legal Cannabis. This gene will produce flowers that differ substantially from the ones produced from the Cannabis Sativa or Indica plant. The first difference is on their chemical compounds, Cannabis Sativa or Indica produce Marijuana, a substance which is considered a narcotic around most of the world, that contains THC, a chemical compound that gets you high, has psychoactive effects, so definitely alters your state of mind. On the other hand Hemp, or Legal Cannabis, contain a minimal amount of THC, for European laws has to be less than 0.2%, however, they are high in CBD content. This chemical compound is rich in Omega 3,6 and Vitamins of group B and D. These rich nutrients are helpful for those who suffer from stress anxiety and insomnia. In fact, CBD has no psychoactive effects, but it gives a calming and relaxing sensation. In addition, it has been found very helpful for those who suffer from muscle and joints inflammation. Furthermore, it is used as an homeopathic additional cure for certain serious pathologies such as Parkinson, Cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease.
The second difference between Marijuana and Legal Cannabis is on their smell and aspect, Marijuana has a stronger almost nauseating smell, the buds look full of keef and are much stickier. THC itself is the reason for this since it gives a strong smell to the buds.
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Both CBD and THC are a matter of study nowadays as well as for the last 20 years. They have been found as chemical compounds that can be helpful in the cure of certain pathologies. For example, THC slows the expansion of cancer in your body cells. CBD, on the other hand, has many uses that have been discovered throughout the years. From the dawn of ages, hemp is believed to be one of the first crops to ever be planted by mankind. Since it has more than 20 thousand uses, it is one of the most useful crops that you can plant. It is used for many different purposes, from the manufacture of furniture, as well for foods and clothing, to the use in homeopathic medicines such as CBD Oil and cosmetics. Cbd cosmetics are the new beauty trend of the moment, they are very helpful against wrinkles and stretchmarks, as well as for muscle inflammation and joints problems. Studies are still under way to determine whether CBD can benefit those suffering from epilepsy and multiple sclerosis. Because CBD hosts strong antioxidants (stronger than vitamins C and E), anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective properties, it is widely recognized as a natural way to promote brain health and overall wellness. Earlier this year, the FDA advisory panel unanimously approved a CBD-based medication to treat two rare forms of childhood epilepsy. Cbd has been studied to be a homeopathic cure to many diseases.
However, Cbd is most commonly used for everyday issues, such as stress anxiety and insomnia. Thanks to its calming effects, if taken regularly it can help maintain a sleeping schedule, get rid of not necessary worries, and help you manage your stress.