Naturally Occurring CBD
When it comes to industrial hemp, America sadly lags the rest of the industrialized world. Other than for a brief period of time during World War II, hemp has not been grown in America since the 1930’s http://www.thehia.org/facts.html .
From hemp, a naturally occurring substance known as cannabinoids can be extracted. In certain cultivars of hemp, a particularly high portion of a special cannabinoid, known as cannabidiol (CBD) can be found (http://www.druglibrary.net/schaffer/hemp/indust/PHARMAfiber.html).
This CBD is now available in select nutritional products that are available to consumers for health and wellness benefits. Cannabidiol, CBD supports the nutritional and dietary health of aging bodies (US Government Patent # 6,630,507).
Health and Wellness
Fortunately for seekers of good health and wellness, one can now buy a hemp-based CBD series of products. Over time, as the health benefits of CBD become better understood, the huge market potential for CBD foods and supplements will be recognized.
Before long, there will be a plethora of food products natural in CBD that will essentially create a new food sector legitimately called “true health food”. These products may supplant products currently found in natural foods stores (reference: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/04/25/high-on-health-cbd-in-the-food-supply/).
Don’t be surprised that in a few short years one will be hearing doctors (not just cannabis physicians) advising their patients to “exercise and get your CBD daily”.
Your CBD Body!
The ever-amazing human body… Our endo-cannabinoid systems are designed to function in response to cannabinoids and provide numerous regulatory functions, including that of nerve transmission / communication within the body http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12052038 . At any one time our bodies are processing thousands of pieces of information being transmitted along these nerve and neural channels http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/287907/information-theory/214958/Physiology. The cannabinoids that create this cellular response can be derived from internal sources or from dietary sources, including plant based phyto-cannabinoids http://www.sci.sdsu.edu/classes/psychology/psy760/readings/Fride.pdf.
If you seek health and wellness, dietary supplements with CBD / cannabidiol may be right for you