In recent years cannabidiol (CBD) is becoming a more sought-after treatment method for individuals seeking relief. But why and how is this possible? Let's first discuss how addiction works in the brain so we can then understand why CBD is becoming a mainstream treatment for addiction.
Take some time to get to know THC-O, a cousin of the more well-known hemp-derived compound, Delta 8 THC.
CBD is becoming a household name as part of many people’s home wellness regimens and remedy kits. The benefits of CBD are wide ranging, but it also requires you, in many ways, to become your own "doctor". It can require some experimentation and tracking in order to discover the perfect dosage for your needs. But most users would likely agree that the time and effort required to find your appropriate dose are well worth the results!
The word transdermal originates from the Latin root word “trans” meaning across and the Greek root word “derm” meaning skin, therefore transdermal CBD patches are specifically designed to allow the CBD to pass across the skin and enter into the bloodstream. This allows for a higher bioavailability, or the percentage of CBD actually absorbed into our system compared to ingestion methods that need to be metabolized first. Some studies suggest transdermal patches may absorb a range of 80-90% or more of the CBD into our system.