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Facts About CBD Products

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Wed Apr 29 06:00:00 UTC 2020

CBD product usage is on the rise, so let’s learn a bit more about what it is, where it comes from, and how it can help those with a healthy and active lifestyle. First, natural and non-psychoactive CBD products are extracted from hemp plants, and have gained popularity over the past few years despite being used across the globe for centuries.


CBD Products Explained


CBD products act on receptors in the ECS system in our bodies, altering the release of neurotransmitters in the brain. The ECS contains receptors throughout the vertebrate central nervous system, including the organs, tissues, and glands. It’s these processes and interactions that have led so many to claim health and wellness benefits after incorporating CBD products into their daily regimens.


CBD products come in many formats, altering the experience for different users. For example, edibles and drinks are said to help more quickly than softgels or other long-release options, causing each variation to affect people differently. Even lotions can be an effective way to enjoy CBD products, adding to the variety of ways these powerful products can work differently.


Do CBD Products Work and How?

CBD Research:

There are thousands of positive reviews for products derived from hemp and for good reason. Many purchase them to aid with problems many struggle with on a daily basis. The consistent products offered by First & Free's CBD isolate portfolio give peace of mind to those who are most concerned about the quality of ingredients.


CBD product research is a work in progress. It’s still in its early days of popularity, so while some initial studies are promising, there is still much more to be validated and discovered. Still, its popularity continues to grow among those looking to improve their health and wellness with natural products.


Are CBD Products Safe?

The World Health Organization (WHO) provides plenty of data suggesting CBD products are safe for consumption. The FDA does not regulate the safety and purity of these products since they are considered a dietary supplement rather than a food or drug. One concern amongst consumers when it comes to safety is the inconsistency of purity between providers and a lack of quality when it comes to certain hemp-derived products. First & Free and all brands on Shop Canopy publish the Certificates of Analysis (COA) for each of our products for consumers to view the product ingredients, cannabinoid contents, and purity.


To learn more about the safety of CBD products, please visit our FAQ page.


Are CBD Products Legal?

Federally speaking,CBD products are legal in the United States. Each of the 50 states have laws that legalize hemp-derived products with varying degrees of restriction. That being said, legality varies slightly from state to state. Fortunately, CBD products are fully legal in 48 states, but there is specific legislation still being worked on in Idaho and Mississippi. Across the globe, hemp is legal in many other countries as well.

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