CBD: The newest legal trend to come out of cannabis. For those who haven't tried CBD but are interested in dipping a toe into the pond of potential benefits associated with CBD, the time has never been better! CBD (cannabidiol) is found in the cannabis plant, naturally extracted, and is then manufactured into a variety of forms - though you won't get 'high' from it. THC is the compound also found in cannabis that is responsible for the psychoactive 'high' produced in cannabis-use. CBD sold legally in the United States contains less than 0.03% THC and is non-psychoactive.  Benefits Upon Benefits Among the of host of benefits, CBD is used to treat many conditions, including chronic and acute diseases. Some of the most common ailments treated with CBD include mental disorders, such as: Anxiety Generalized Social Depression Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. CBD is

"Will it get me high? What's it even made from?" We get it. The world of recently legalized-CBD can be daunting. There's a lot of information (and misinformation) you can find online. Plus, it can be very difficult to find trustworthy brands producing CBD that you let you feel confident using. So, will CBD get you high? Nope. CBD (Cannabidiol) has been found in lay and scientific studies to not alter users' consciousness and has been deemed "non-psychoactive". However, keep in mind that CBD has been shown to have anti-anxiety, anti-psychotic, anti-craving, alerting, and mood-elevating effects in human studies. While those benefits of CBD do not alter users' mental or physical functions (even in very high doses), it does clearly impact users' psyches-- thus considered a non-psychoactive substance. What's CBD made from? CBD is the non-intoxicating compound found in cannabis and hemp plants. CBD is