Hemp and CBD
Hemp occupies an extremely important position in the history of human development and has a wide range of applications. Modern scientific research further explores the health value of hemp, opens up new areas, and uses advanced technology to extract highly nutritious CBD (cannabidiol).
The historical efficacy of hemp
Hemp is a treasure gifted by nature to mankind. It has been used for a wide range of purposes such as herbs, fiber, and food thousands of years ago, and it has greatly benefited human life.
Li Shizhen’s "Compendium of Materia Medica" records that cannabis rhizomes, flowers, leaves, and fruits all have medicinal value. The ancients used cannabis to anesthetize and treat constipation. Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom once relied on marijuana to relieve menstrual pain.
Hemp fiber also has strange uses, such as clothes making, paper making, house building, car making, etc., which are of great practical value. Japanese shrines even believe that hemp has the effect of decontamination and cleansing. Refined hemp fibers are used to weave "zhulian rope" and hung on the eaves of the shrine to ensure safety.
Today, hemp products are still everywhere in life, including herbal tea, hemp seed oil, and hemp clothes. CBD (cannabidiol) (cannabidiol), which has rich medicinal value in hemp, is more widely added to health care products, skin care products, food and beverages.
CBD (cannabidiol) is extracted from natural hemp and is one of the most nutritious phytocannabinoids. CBD is not psychoactive, not exciting and addictive. It is a legal, safe and healthy nutrient with multiple functions:
Anti-inflammatory and pain relief:CBD can stimulate TRPV1 receptors (vanillic acid receptors), relieve various pains and inhibit inflammation
Relieve mental stress:CBD can increase the concentration of AEA in the body, calm and stabilize the mood, and relieve anxiety
Promote skin repair:CBD can balance the secretion of skin oil and build a protective barrier on the skin surface