Cannabinoids, bees and us? There are documents on the use of Cannabis Sativa since 2900 BC: the first mention is of the Chinese emperor Fu Hsi, the emperor who brought civilization to China. He mentioned Ma, Cannabis Sativa and its daily use as a ying and yang drug (Deitch, 2003). Throughout human history, the use of marijuana for therapeutic purposes has been used to cure various kinds of ailments, from ancient civilizations to the present, and from East to West.
In the 1960s, researchers isolated CBD and THC to study their beneficial effects on general health and for the treatment of diseases and symptoms. By studying Cannabis Sativa we were able to understand the endocannabinoid system (ECS) and we continue to try to understand our relationship between the cannabinoid and our existence.
We chose honey because it is one of nature’s best gifts and has been used as food and medicine for thousands of years. And we have chosen Cannabis Sativa and its derivatives as the source of the CBD in our products, a component whose benefits for human wellbeing are increasingly proven by various studies. We are proposing a legal and effective alternative to marijuana that will allow consumers to enjoy the benefits of this plant in peace and transparency. Let’s go into the full guide to Diamond CBD and its health benefits, which you should know about.
Complete Guide for Diamond CBD Oil
Health Benefits of CBD:
At present, CBD Oil is a cannabinoid that is believed to have a beneficial effect in the treatment of various symptoms and diseases, with mild side effects depending on the dose. In general, CBD is a natural substance that is very well tolerated.
- anti-nausea and antiemetics
- It can help to relieve pain and inflammation
- Mixed with other substances, it can help you sleep
- Along with other life habits, it can reduce anxiety and improve your mood.
- It functions as a placebo for other, more addictive and harmful drugs.
- Neurological studies are currently being carried out to see if it can be used as a treatment against cancer.
Marijuana, Honey and Skin
Cannabis sativa and flax plants have been a remedy for some problems for years because they can help different skin types. Hemp extract, full-spectrum (CBD) is anti-inflammatory and rich in antioxidants, fatty acids, and essential fats such as omega 3 and 6. What makes CBD so effective is that the skin has cannabinoid receptors that ensure that the cannabinoid action is processed and accepted. The researchers believe that cannabinoid receptors are related to the regulation of oil production.
For stressed or acne prone skin: As CBD has anti-inflammatory and anti-angiogenic properties, it reduces redness and new acne outbreaks. As a result, excessive sebum production can be reduced and regulated. The overproduction of sebum oil is one of the main causes of acne and enables the growth of bacteria. CBD, especially CBD oil, offers us alternatives to chemical and hostile treatments, without side effects.
But… Is CBD legal?
When we talk about legality in this area, we are talking about three elements: ownership, distribution, and consumption. We must, therefore, approach legality with caution and consider what legal status does apply to some products and not to others.
CBD is a molecule that occurs in large amounts in Cannabis Sativa plants, and is very valuable because of its potential positive effects on humans and the fact that it is not psychoactive. Recent research shows that CBD can be a powerful ally to relieve muscle pain, reduce inflammation, decrease anxiety and relieve stress by putting the body in a general state of well-being.
But let’s continue talking about legality: some regulations say that the consumption, possession and distribution of marijuana, juice and extracts are illegal because their consumption has a psychoactive effect. Okay, that’s fine and we understand that; it changes the perception of the consumers. But what about CBD? Some states stated that cannabis plants with concentrations below 0.2% THC are not considered narcotics, so these plants (in many cases) were modified to reduce THC levels and improve the CBD.
Europe Vs CBD Use:
In the same way, and with the exception of consumers and the scientific community, the CBD has not been included in the “official list of food supplements” transposed into national law as a result of the European Parliament directives that have created vitamins and minerals suitable for human consumption. The Spanish authority for consumer affairs, food safety, and nutrition has instructed local governments to suspend the marketing of all products with CBDs intended for human consumption, placing traders in a situation of uncertainty and a kind of legal limbo.
In this case, the European Commission recommends that state institutions exercise control over food products containing hemp extract, i.e. CBD. Because of this, most markets across the EU are legally selling cosmetic products, rather than food products, containing hemp extract. In the future, pending regulation, CBD should be recognized as providing significant benefits to consumers and be fully legalized across Europe.
It is interesting to see how open markets in advanced industrialized countries with very high quality of life, such as Canada, are treating CBD. This year, marijuana consumption through recreational activities is being legalized in Canada and has had such an impact that Coca-Cola and Walmart are currently considering selling products containing CBD.