CBD (cannabidiol) is an active compound found in hemp plants. All Living Tree CBD Oil and its products are extracted from hemp plants that contains 0.3% THC, which is then sold in various products such as soft gels, oral spray, gummies, supplements, pure extracts and more. Consumers may take our oil and its products to add a natural ingredient to their health regiment, to help with medical conditions or to relieve pain. cannabidiol is often used to help with discomfort, anxiety, paranoia and relaxation, according to anecdotal, non-scientific research.

CBD interacts with the Endocannabinoid system by attaching to your cannabinoid receptors 1 and 2. Cannabinoid receptor 1 is in the brain, and once activated by cannabidiol, it can help to relieve pain, and also release natural chemicals serotonin and melatonin. Additionally, cannabinoid receptor 2’s main function is the regeneration of all of the cells in our bodies. When activated by cannabidiol, the body may be pushed to heal itself faster!

Will CBD make me high?

Because hemp plants contain 0.3% of THC, the component found in cannabis and scarcely in hemp, taking cannabidiol will not make you high. Though it is possible to have a trace of THC in cannabidiol products, the miniscule amount of THC found is not enough to make you high. In fact, CBD blocks the CB1 receptor in our brains, which almost negates the intoxicating effects of THC.

About Living Tree CBD.

LivingTree’s priority is consumer satisfaction. Our CBD products are crafted with our consumer’s well-being in mind. Our CBD is tested multiple times in FDA-approved labs with FDA approved tests, because we want to provide high quality and uncontestable CBD to you, our family. At the same time, we’ll continue to serve as an educational resource to inform about CBD’s true potential and benefits.

The information provided above is not to be used for health or medical advice, but instead to educate and inform. Always consult a health provider or a physician if you have any questions about any medical conditions, deteriorated health, or health objectives.