Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of more than a hundred chemical compounds known as cannabinoids that can be found in the Cannabis plant. Contemporary research increasingly points to the positive effects of CBD on human health and well-being. For this reason more and more people choose to use this compound in their diet, both to reduce body pain and to treat a variety of ailments. Besides, CBD is a naturally occurring substance and is entirely free of any chemicals.
The history of Cannabis
The first documented use of Cannabis dates back to 2737 BCE (even a long time before this) in the Chinese Empire. We can find more historical evidence in literature, that Cannabis plants were also known to the Ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Romans. In 16th century Cannabis spread to the western hemisphere, where it was brought to Chile by the Spaniards for use as a fiber. In North America, hemp was grown on many plantations using for hemp ropes, clothing and paper.
We know that the every part of Cannabis plants was used: flowers, seeds, oil of the seeds, leaves, the stalk or its bark and juice of the roots and used quite widely as a medicinal herb, as food and also for its psychoactive properties for religious rituals and recreational use. The Cannabis plant was allowed and forbidden, forgotten and rediscovered over the centuries and up to the present.
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As the popularity of the Internet and social networks grew, and an interesting phenomenon began to happen in 2000s. People began sharing their personal experiences with CBD with others. The unique and moving stories of CBD-users revealed how CBD could deliver relief from conditions like anxiety, depression, insomnia, arthritis, fibromyalgia and more. The genuine, organic nature of the stories and the openness of those to share their personal and vulnerable experiences for the purpose of helping others fueled a surge of awareness across the whole World.
Today, hemp – its oil and seeds – are traditionally used in food, in the textile industry, both in the manufacture of various fabrics and ropes and cables, and in modern automotive, not only in interior covers, but also in bioplastics. Cannabis shove (the inner part of the plant, wood that makes up 70% of the plant) are used in the construction of eco-houses and are used as a natural heat-insulating material that makes a residential building healthy and “breathable”. Although Cannabis is still used as it has been for many centuries, then CBD products are available in a variety of forms nowadays: oils, tinctures, sprays, lotions, edibles, bath balls, gums, vapes, and more.
Although the perception of Cannabis has dramatically improved over the years, but it is still not completely legal. CBD products are governed by different laws in Europe, both European and the Government of each country, so some nations began to change their approaches to Cannabis, with measures taken to decriminalize it. We hope CBD is here to stay because CBD can affect the lives of millions of people by improving their health and quality of life!