CBD and its mechanism of action on the human body
Cannabidiol (CBD) interacts with the human body, like THC, through the endocannabinoid system. It consists of CB receptors located everywhere: in the brain and spinal cord and even in the cells responsible for immunity. The endocannabinoid system is designed to maintain balance in the body and the normal course of biological processes. When CB receptors are activated, the production of the body’s cannabinoids (endocannabinoids) is stimulated, which, if abnormal, brings the body into balance.
Entering the body and acting on CB receptors, DELTA 8 HYBRID Hemp flower activates the endocannabinoid system, and it, in turn, begins to stimulate the body to heal. This property of CBD is used in the fight against a wide range of diseases of various nature, from immune to neurological. So, for example, if a person is obese, then the intake of additional doses of CBD into the body can help him fight excess weight and metabolic disorders. An excessively thin person, on the contrary, may begin to gain weight.
THC mainly stimulates CB1 receptors, which are responsible for the feeling of happiness, and therefore there is a feeling of euphoria and emotional uplift. CBD is more active on CB2, which ch is responsible for balance. But cannabidiol also interacts with CB1. If you overdo it with THC, then instead of euphoria, you can get discomfort and bouts of acute anxiety. But when combined with CBD, the effect of THC softens, and such excesses become unlikely. This is not to say that CBD weakens the effect of recreational cannabis, rather, it modifies it. The trip becomes softer, safer, more balanced and acquires interesting shades.