When people learn that CBD comes from cannabis, their next thought might be: Is CBD addictive? The short answer is no. Even though CBD is closely related to THC, the intoxicating compound that can make users ‘high,’ CBD itself is non-intoxicating and is non-addictive. Before digging into the reason why CBD is non-addictive, let’s first talk about CBD and where it comes from.
Like CBD oil, you’ll find an abundance of CBD creams available for sale online. These products are often marketed as creams, lotions, salves, balms, topicals, or ointments. They’ll have various CBD potency levels, ingredients, textures, and fragrances. So, how can you decide what’s best for you?
In this article, we’ll cover some of the best brands on the market today. And we’ll include details about why they beat out their competition. We came up with these seven items based on customer feedback and reviews, quality of the hemp and types of ingredients used in the products.
CBDistillery was founded in 2016 by Lincoln Sorenson and Andy Papilion who serve as the Chief Risk Officer and Chief Operating Officer, respectively and is currently led by CEO, Chase Terwilliger. Much of the leadership team and staff members are natives of Colorado who came together with one simple, yet powerful intention - to sell affordable and high-quality CBD products, while providing full transparency to their consumers.
It’s an exciting time in the alternative health community. With the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, it’s now federally legal to consume hemp-derived CBD products. Also in 2018 medical marijuana became legal and accessible in several more states around the U.S. Needless to say, 2018 was a big year for supporters of cannabis.
CBD - a derivative of cannabis or hemp that contains little to no THC - has been rapidly growing in popularity over the past few years due to the buzz about its potential benefits.