CBD and medical marijuana are two cannabis terms. With the popularity of CBD, some people feel it has come to replace marijuana, but CBD and medical marijuana are different from each other. The only similarities between CBD and medical marijuana are that they are both from cannabis plants. Medical marijuana contains the psychoactive compound THC, which can make you high. CBD is a non-psychoactive compound in cannabis which doesn’t have side effects associated with THC. Continue reading CBD vs. Medical Marijuana: Main Differences You Should Know
CBD products for pain relief are more popular than ever, for the simple reasons that they are both highly effective and readily available. But not all CBD creams and topical treatments are created equal; many commercial CBD products are of sub-standard quality. Produced in unregulated factories, these creams and salves may contain adulterating substances, including trace amounts of THC and other undesirable chemicals from hemp grown in foreign countries with questionable farming practices. The good news is that there’s now a high-quality alternative line of CBD products on the market.
Just in time for National CBD Day (August 8th) I’ve been introduced to AmourCBD, the first FDA registered CBD cream, made from the best quality and medical-grade ingredients. Most importantly, AmourCBD products contain no THC, the psychoactive substance in cannabis and, to a lesser extent, in hemp, which means it’s safe to use and safe to travel with.