Our Guide to CBD and CBG
With all this talk about cannabinoids, you might be wondering what they actually are.We’ve written a lot about cannabinoids, but only briefly touched on the cell membrane receptors that we all (pets and people alike) have in our bodies: cannabinoid receptors. These important receivers naturally bind to cannabinoids and aid in many functions in the human body.
Whether you’re a devout stoner, dedicated advocate for CBD, or a newbie to hemp and cannabis culture, you’ve probably asked yourself a variant of the same question: what cannabinoids can get you high? Scratch that. If you’re a devout stoner, you may be asking if there are any other cannabinoids that can get you high.
It’s always good to know what you’re putting into your body. It’s just as important to know what’s altering your mind.If you’ve read our previous blogs, then you’d know that humans have an endocannabinoid system, including receptors, that make it able to interact with cannabinoids (what’s in our tinctures and honey). But did you know your fur babies have endocannabinoid systems too? This means your dogs and cats are able to enjoy CBD and other cannabinoid oils just as much as you.
What is CBD oil? What does it contain? How does hemp differ from marijuana? The questions never stop coming when you’re in the CBD and hemp industry, but that’s part of what makes it so vital we answer them correctly.