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Why You Should Regularly Take CBD

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Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, has made waves across the country for its many forms, uses and benefits. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is found in cannabis plants. Since CBD is non-psychoactive, it will not produce the “high” that is associated with its more common cannabinoid cousin, THC.

So why use CBD if it doesn’t get you high? CBD has a number of medical benefits that go unmatched by THC. One beneficial property of CBD is its ability to reduce paranoia and anxiety. This is especially great for when your buddy next to you starts freaking out during the smoke session because his fingers are too long. With CBD he’ll be back to his calm self in next to no time.


CBD is also one of the best cannabinoids for pain relief and helps boost the pain relief effects of other cannabinoids like THC, to help reduce pain associated with things like multiple sclerosis and arthritis. With the help of the endocannabinoid “entourage effect,” CBD’s pain management is pretty unbelievable.

CBD can be purchased legally by anyone 18 or older in a few different forms. One form is a crystal structure known as CBD isolate that you can put in bowls or take a straight dab of. You can also purchase hemp flower which can be smoked like you would normal cannabis flower. CBD can also be applied topically with salves and creams to absorb directly into the area of your body that is radiating pain.

Curious about trying CBD? Make a trip to Kind Creations (828 S College Ave in Fort Collins) where all your CBD needs can be met. You can even take a dab of some CBD isolate right there before purchasing some to take home!

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