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Frequently asked questions about CBD

CBD (Cannabidiol) is a component of cannabinoids, which are considered the active substances of the medicinal hemp plant. CBD is considered a powerful antioxidant and has beneficial effects. In addition to antidepressant properties, it also has analgesic, anxiolytic and antibacterial properties.
Dosage may vary for adults. We recommend dividing the daily dose into 2 to 3 times during the day.
  • If you have not used CBD products before, it is recommended to start with a dosage of 15 mg per day.
  • If you do not experience any effects, you can gradually increase the dosage to 45 mg per day.
  • In case of an acute problem, the dose can be increased up to 100 mg per day. It is not recommended to exceed a daily dose of 300 mg.
  • However, the dosage is different depending on the % concentration of the oil as well as the cannabinoid content in mg. That is why you can find the specific content of the active substance in a milliliter of oil on each product.
  • It alleviates anxiety and depression, has anxiolytic effects

  • It helps in the regeneration of the body for athletes

  • It helps to sleep better and increases regeneration ability, has relaxing effects after stressful or physical performance

  • It supports the immune system, which is closely linked to the cannabinoid system in the human body

  • It can reduce seizures in epileptics

  • It helps with asthma thanks to its anti-inflammatory effects

  • Some studies report slowing down the formation of cancer cells
  • From 1.5. CBD (Cannabidiol) is removed from the list of psychotropic substances. According to the approved amendment to the Act dated 17/12/2020 from the Ministry of Health's workshop on narcotic substances, psychotropic substances and preparations, from 1/5/2021 CBD is removed from the list of psychotropic substances, its possession or sale is not controlled.
    According to professional scientific studies, CBD has absolutely no narcotic, psychotropic or other psychological effects on the human body and is non-addictive.
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