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Nature Science CBD Research: What's the difference between CBDa vs CBD?

Nature Science CBD Research: What's the difference between CBDa vs CBD?

CBD has received significant press for its potential pain and stress-relieving benefits, but have you heard of CBDa? If you're not familiar with the term, you may have some questions about this lesser-known component of the hemp plant and cannabis plant.

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Nature Science CBD Research: Is CBD oil safe for kids?

Nature Science CBD Research: Is CBD oil safe for kids?

As research continues to investigate CBD's massive potential to help treat a wide variety of physical and mental ailments, many parents wonder whether CBD oil could be a safer medicine for their ailing children than conventional pharmaceuticals. Is CBD oil safe for kids? We'll look at what CBD oil is, how it interacts with the body, and the factors parents should consider when considering CBD oil as a treatment option for their child.

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Nature Science CBD and Congestive Heart Failure

Nature Science CBD and Congestive Heart Failure

CBD cannot cure heart disease or congestive heart failure, but it is being studied for ways it may help reduce symptoms or prevent heart disease. Read on to learn more about Nature Science CBD’s benefits for the heart, what CBD oil is, side effects, and forms of CBD oil.

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Nature Science CBD Research: Overview of the Cannabinoid Receptors

Nature Science CBD Research: Overview of the Cannabinoid Receptors

For years, the scientific community has known that certain compounds in the cannabis plant, known as phytocannabinoids, have various noticeable effects on functions of the human body, but they didn't fully understand the mechanisms behind these effects. In the 1990s, however, scientists discovered that the brain itself produces compounds similar to phytocannabinoids, which are known as endogenous cannabinoids. These substances cause their effects by binding to specific sites in the brain known as cannabinoid receptors. Additional research showed that phytocannabinoids affect these same receptors.

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