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What is Cannabidiol?

Cannabidiol (pronounced cann-a-bide-EYE-ol), is one of many active compounds, or Cannabinoids, found in the cannabis plant. There over than 100 Cannabinoids scientifically identified in the cannabis plant, with Cannabidiol being the second most common after Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Cannabidiol interacts with the Endocannabinoid System which is a dynamic communication system in the brain and body that affects many important functions, such as how a person feels, moves, and reacts.
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  How Does Cannabidiol Work?

As stated earlier, the body has a complex Endocannabinoid System that affects several different areas and functions within the body. The Endocannabinoid System is coated with receptor sites awaiting the arrival of Cannabinoid molecules. When the molecules bind to the receptors, different chemical interactions occur that modern science is still studying to understand. 
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The two most common types of Cannabinoids, THC and Cannabidiol, react with different types of receptors in the Endocannabinoid System, meaning they produce contrasting reactions within the body. While THC is known to give users a more euphoric psychoactive high, Cannabidol does not get you “high,” but instead interacts more on a cellular level within the body, with most saying they don’t feel any difference other than relief from what is affecting them. That being said, the Endocannabinoid System is ubiquitous in the human body, meaning that all major functions in the body can be effected (this is also referred to as homeostatic regulation). Due to this, it is difficult to fully understand everything that Cannabidiol does when binding occurs within the body. Current research is conducting more studies to fully understand the impacts that Cannabidiol can have within the body and brain.
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  What is Cannabidiol used for?

At Relief Brand we strive to supply only the most superior infused products on the market. Our merchandise contains organic, all natural Cannabidiol derived from hand selected hemp to ensure quality and safety. Since Cannabidiol can react with various receptors in the body, the benefits and relief are diverse.
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Pain Relief and Inflammation

A large percentage of the population use prescribed or over-the-counter drugs to manage chronic pain or inflammation within the body. Some have found that Cannabidiol is able to relieve that pain without having any significant negative side effects.
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Scientists of a study published by Future Med Chem found that Cannabidiol has been shown to protect the host from the pathogenesis through induction in autoimmune disorders such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, colitis, and hepatitis. Researchers in this study also suggested that Cannabidiol may also be beneficial for certain types of cancers that are triggered by chronic inflammation.
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Smoking and Drug Withdrawals

Promising evidence has shown that Cannabidiol may help people stop smoking and may also lessen the likelihood of drug relapse. This is due to the idea that Cannabidiol relieves symptoms of anxiety, pain, and insomnia, which are common in substance disorders. A study conducted by Neuropsychopharmacology showed that there was a significant amount of evidence supporting the potential of Cannabidiol in relapse prevention by providing beneficial actions across several vulnerability states and long-lasting effects with only brief treatment.
 

 Acne

Acne is caused by overworked sebaceous glands in the body which leads to inflammation and open sores on the skin. With its anti-inflammatory properties, Cannabidiol can reduce puffiness, swelling, and even soreness on the skin. According to this study by J Clin Invest, it was shown that Cannabidiol decreases proliferation, but not the viability of human sebocytes on the human body. This resulted in an Inhibition of sebum/lipid production in the sebaceous gland leading to a decreased amount of inflammation and irritation on the skin.
While scientists are still conducting research, there's belief that Cannabidiol can regrow the hair follicles and repair keratin on the hair follicles. Although this has not been proven, there is evidence to support the idea.
 

Muscle Spasms and Seizures

One of the first mainstream Cannabidiol success stories was regarding a little girl named Charlotte Figi who used Cannabidiol to reduce the frequency and duration of seizures. Read her story, here. Since then it has been studied by many researchers to better understand how Cannabidiol combats seizures and muscle spasms. According to this study conducted by Neurotherapeutics there is strong evidence that Cannabidiol can interact with certain receptors in the body to reduce seizures effectively, particularly in patients with treatment-resistant epilepsy.
 
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Delivery Methods

When wanting to use Cannabidiol, there are a variety of different delivery methods to choose from. As research develops and more is known about how Cannabidiol interacts with the Endocannabinoid System, more methods of delivery are becoming available. We cater fit our products to the four main types of delivery methods which include inhalation, orally, sublingually, and topically. The specific effects that may occur from one delivery method may vary from one person to another, so it's important that we offer a range of products to accommodate everyone’s individual needs.                
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Inhalation

Inhalation is one of the more popular delivery methods due to the ability to use discreetly outside of the home or in public. It has also been shown that vaping is one of the fastest and most effective delivery methods. Once inhaled, Cannabidiol is quickly ingested through blood vessels in the lungs. Our Relief Brand Vape Pens (coming soon) heat the Cannabidiol to a certain temperature to quickly release Cannabinoids. We also offer our Relief Brand Isolate which can be inhaled through a dab rig or on top of one’s preferred flower to smoke. 

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 Orally 

Consuming Cannabidiol through infused products, such as our Relief Brand Infused Water, has also become a popular delivery method. When consuming Cannabidiol, up to 90% of the Cannabidiol nutrients can potentially be lost to the bodies’ digestive system. Using Nano Amplification, our Cannabidiol infused water is infused with nano-emulsion sized particles which are able to cross the blood-brain barrier. Cannabidiol nutrients go directly into your cells to benefit you immediately. Nano-sized particle delivery is the most effective and immediate way to introduce nutrients into the body.
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Sublingually

Another popular Cannabidiol delivery method consists of topically-administered Cannabidiol. This consists of products like our Relief Brand Infused Drops which are placed directly in the mouth, under the tongue. Some prefer this method of delivery due to the fact that when administered this way, Cannabinoids are quickly and effectively absorbed via multiple blood vessels in the mouth. Sublingually-administered Cannabidiol provides individuals with nearly immediate effects as the Cannabinoids travel quickly through the mouth’s membrane and into the blood stream.

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 Topically

Cannabidiol infused products, such as our serums, are becoming a more popular delivery method. Those who do not wish to inhale or ingest may prefer using a Cannabidiol infused topical. There are CB2 receptors found on the surface of the skin, so when Cannabinoid molecules come in contact, it activates the body’s Endocannabinoid System. The easy application of our serums allow direct administration to the area in need of relief. With the method of application being so direct, the benefits of Cannabidiol are more focused and fast acting.
 

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  How to get our Relief Brand Products

If interested in setting up a wholesale account with Relief Brand, or to buy our products in bulk, please contact us.
For more information on infused products or for any questions or concerns you may have please feel free to contact us.