Cannabidiol called CBD belongs to a large group of cannabinoids. Cannabidiol extracted from hemp plants contain many different substances. Cannabidiol is obtained by means of various extraction methods. And has a very different effect than THC where the hemp plant is best known for. But the cannanidiol does not contain a psychoactive effects. In recent years there have been more and more studies about Cannabidiol and its medicinal effects.
There are several studies on cannabidiol (CBD).
it has been found that cannabidiol released medicinal properties from studies. This has to do with the endocannaboidensysteem. Which ensures that there is maintained a proper balance within the body.
The endocannaboïden and their receptors are found in the brains, organs, connective tissue, glandular and immune cells. In each piece of tissue the cannaboïdesysteem performs certain tasks, but always with the same aim in mind: Homeostasis, maintaining a stable balance in the body, in spite of the fluctuations on the outside of the body.
Cannabinoids promoting homeostasis at every level of the biological life, of the sub-cells to the organism, and perhaps even the entire communities beyond. To cite an example: Autophagy, which is a process by which a cell share the content to digest themselves and recycle. This process is achieved by the cannaboïdensysteem.
CBDa: The most common forms of CBD and THC are their acid forms, CBDA and THCA. The raw form of THCA has no psychoactive effect that only happens if the THCA is heated. These cannabinoids are in their acid form is regarded as inactive. CBDA is often forgotten, a little research has been done compared to CBD. The investigations which is sometimes made from concluded that contains the onstekkingsremmende and anti-proliteratieve properties.
CBG: CBG called cannabigerol is the precursor of THCA and CBDA. Cannabigerol (CBG) can cause an inhibitory effect on GABA, a substance in the brains of neuron determined how much stimulation is needed to cause a reaction. When GABA inhibited can reduce anxiety and muscle tension, a similar effect of cannabidiol (CBD).