What exactly is CBD?
CBD stands for cannabidiol. What is that? CBD is, besides the well-known THC, another active agent found in cannabis. Our body's endocannabinoid system has numerous receptors to absorb CBD. The female CBD hemp is not psychoactive compared to THC. Nevertheless, it is said to calm the psyche in the long term and to have a disease-inhibiting effect. It can also have a relaxing effect on the muscle and nervous system. The possible medical and therapeutic effects have already been proven. In verifiable cases of epilepsy and spasticity, treatment with CBD has led to a complete calming of the acute seizures -and this within a few minutes. In sports CBD is a justified treatment for chronic pain. For example, the UFC, a martial arts league, removed CBD from its doping list on January 1, 2018.
CBD may therefore be relevant for athletes as well. A better recovery of tense or cramped muscles can be one of the many effects of CBD. It can soothe all biological processes. For example, through CBD, women should experience their period pains less or not at all. For cooks who like to experiment a little, there are many recipes and tutorials online for cooking with CBD. For example, you can use CBD to make oil and butter. This could then be mixed into a pasta sauce or used as a salad dressing. The effect of dishes with CBD can be much softer and more tolerable than those containing THC.
Attention! From 160 C° on CBD can start to evaporate.
So, rather simmer at low heat.