What’s the latest buzz with CBD gummies? Part of the growing phenomenon, CBD extract is particularly attractive as it provides therapeutic properties without the high.
CBD isn’t psychoactive. You don’t get high from taking cannabis-based products rich in CBD. It doesn’t have the equivalent mind-altering effects as marijuana, as it does not contain THC — the psychoactive component of the plant.
CBD may support pain relief, stress and anxiety, and restless nights. The hemp-derived products also assist with improved balance, while also supporting a healthy immune system.
What we’ve observed here at California based brand Smilyn Wellness, beyond the buzz — there’s still a lot of uncertainty and confusion regarding how broad-spectrum CBD gummies work and what exactly it offers consumers across the board — from rookies to veterans in the CBD game.
What are CBD Gummies?
Undeniably addictive and available in a game-changing fruity formula, THC Free Smilyn CBD candies contain cannabidiol (CBD) oil, are gluten-free, and only use all-natural coloring and flavoring.
Trending among beginners and connoisseurs alike, the bright and bold grape, lemon, and orange flavors of these daily supplements are extremely simple and easy to ingest.
Broad-spectrum CBD contains additional terpenes and cannabinoids, which produces a more pronounced effect than CBD isolates. The process known as the entourage effect combines the benefit of using the whole plant rather than a single component or isolate.
So, how does it work? Pop. Chew. Swallow. It’s that simple. With CBD gummies, it can take from 30 minutes to two hours to take effect. The effects typically last anywhere from 4 to 6 hours.
CBD Gummies and Anxiety
Anxiety episodes can develop quickly for so many individuals across the globe. One second of worrying can quickly grow to a daily occurrence.
Consumers report that CBD gummies help with chronic pain and insomnia, negative thoughts, mind-racing anxiety, and reduces the number of panic attacks. Studies suggest CBD derived products exhibit anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety properties.
Additional research from the Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) in Canada conducted a study on what dosage CBD becomes effective.
In doing so, researchers learned that CBD doesn’t act on CB1 cannabinoid receptors, similar to THC, but through the receptors associated with anxiety and pain. The results were published in the Journal of Pain.
Don’t let anxiety rule your life. Grown-up CBD infused gummies are worth the buzz.