CBD Blog in France
CBD in France
Who is CBEUHD
CBEUHD is a blog of CBD enthusiasts in France.
With this blog we want to share our ideas about hemp. The goal is not to advertise or promote it, we just want to talk about CBD and address several topics such as:
- Legality cbd France
- CBD oil
- CBD Flower
- CBD recipe …
We have also created a forum in order to exchange with other hemp enthusiasts.
We are not CBD professionals, we are not rocket scientists either.
PS : Be peace in the comments.
About CBD in France
Cannabidiol (CBD) is nipping at the heels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as the second most prevalent cannabinoid in cannabis, but you wouldn’t necessarily know that going into your local CBD shop.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is an oil derived from the cannabis plant. Its potential health benefits include reduced inflammation and pain. However, it is not legal in all states, and there may also be some risks.
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Frequently asked questions
All about CBDAnyone who has ever experienced the relaxing effects of marijuana wonders why cannabis is illegal. Perhaps because a relaxed population is unproductive? Nevertheless, cannabis still has a bad reputation, even though it is one of the oldest crops in the world. For at least ten thousand years, the fibres of the hemp plant have been used to make clothing, paper, food and fuel. The psychoactive effect of cannabis has also been known for over 3000 years. But cannabis doesn’t just get you high: For several decades, the effect of another active ingredient in cannabis has been studied: CBD is the name of the miracle product that is now on everyone’s lips. We answer the most important questions about CBD and its effects (side) effects.
What is CBD?
CBD is a cannabinoid from the female hemp plant and is, along with THC, one of the main active ingredients in cannabis. Unlike THC, however, CBD does not have a psychoactive effect. CBD products, for example CBD oil, also contain vitamins such as B1, B2 and E, proteins and various minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, copper, iron, sodium, phosphorus and zinc.
How does CBD work?
CBD is said to work wonders. It is said to help with inflammation and inflammation-related pain, epilepsy, schizophrenic psychosis, stress, burnout, insomnia, migraines, nausea and vomiting. The list could go on and on. In short, CBD doesn’t get you high, it has relaxing effects on the body. CBD is even currently being tested to fight breast cancer, and CBD is also a component of a drug against multiple sclerosis. However, it is important to note that there are not yet any long-term studies that prove all of these effects one hundred percent.
Why does CBD work so well?
Cannabis contains more than 100 cannabinoids that act on the human body. The human nervous system is equipped with cannabinoid receptors to which the active ingredients can bind. These receptors are located in the central nervous system, the immune system, the digestive system and the reproductive system. To this end, the human body produces endocannabinoids that dock with the same receptors. Cannabinoids help with food regulation, fine motor skills, orientation and sensory perception. “And they could be the substances behind the post-exercise euphoria,” according to the documentary Netflix “Explained”.
Is CBD suitable for children?
So far, there are few studies on the effect of CBD on children. In some studies of children with epilepsy and ADHD, taking CBD-based medication has improved symptoms. In general, however, any consumption should be done under medical advice, as children are in the developmental phase and, again, the consequences of CBD consumption are still largely unexplored.
In what form can I buy CBD?
CBD is now available in countless products: You can still smoke it, of course, or you can slather it on your body, eat it as ice cream or candy, massage it with oil, swallow capsules, or mix hemp powder into your smoothie. In France, you can buy them in some specialized shops and on websites. Utopia reports that Lidl sells hemp in Switzerland and that Coca-Cola wants to develop drinks containing cannabis.
How is it different from THC?
Tetrahydrocannabiol is the psychoactive, or intoxicating, component of cannabis that produces the famous high and can lead to psychological dependence. The more THC is present in a plant, the lower the CBD component. Since many people who smoke cannabis want to get high, the ratio of THC to CBD in some cannabis plants can be 250 to 1, which can lead to a more blatant high and, at worst, anxiety and paranoia.
How fast does CBD work?
As with any active ingredient and cannabis itself, CBD products work differently and quickly for each person. Dose, body weight and area of application play a major role here. In general, it is advisable to find out how much CBD is in a product before taking it and start with a small dose to determine the effect on your own body. Many sites therefore advise starting with a dose of 25 milligrams of CBD per day. Professional advice on taking CBD is recommended.
Are there any side effects? Who should not take CBD?
CBD is generally considered safe, but it can inhibit the effects of some drugs. Therefore, anyone taking medication should consult a physician first. Other side effects may include dry mouth, low blood pressure, drowsiness and sleepiness. Again, there are no long-term studies on side effects yet, so safe statements cannot be made %..
Is CBD addictive?
No, even the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed this in late 2017 in a comprehensive report(read it here) examining how CBD works. In another article, the ECDD (Expert Committee on Drug Dependence) confirms that CBD is unlikely to be abused or addictive.
Is CBD legal?
Since 1996, farmers have been allowed to grow CBD-rich commercial hemp, which has a low THC content and is mainly processed into renewable plastic, paper or clothing. Thus, CBD products with a THC content of less than 0.2% are also legal and can be sold freely. However, in France, the cultivation of cannabis plants containing more than 0.2 per cent of THC remains illegal.
Buy CBD online
Want to buy CBD and don’t know what to look for? Don’t worry, because in our articles we will tell you what you need to look out for before you buy. On the Web, many retailers offer CBD. But are they all legal and is the quality up to scratch?
When talking about hemp and its properties, cannabinoids other than the famous THC have not played a role for a long time. With the research on the hemp plant, the emergence of a trade around hashish and marijuana as well as the incredibly exciting new research results, the intoxicating herb quickly acquired a medical dimension: today, more and more countries in the world allow the use of cannabis as a medicine and, quite logically, the therapeutically effective components are highlighted.
In the meantime, research has identified nearly 90 different cannabinoids, with THC (banned in France above 0.2%) remaining the main culprit in intoxication and the “high” effect, especially for pot smokers. In addition, cannabidiol, CBD for short, has become very important and it is significant that CBD oil is becoming an option for more and more people, comparable perhaps to well-known herbal medicines or medicinal teas. It’s not uncommon for cannabis oil to be touted as the new miracle cure for all sorts of ailments, and apparently there’s a lot to be said for it, so let’s take a closer look at the basics, applications and effects.
What is CBD oil and how does it work?
For problems such as arthritis, for example, CBD is already a popular remedy today and, on the whole, the substance is seen as mainly physically beneficial. It is important to know that the leaves of the hemp plant contain cannabidiol and that the evaporation temperature is about 170 degrees, which is something to consider for hemp recipes.
A hemp plant can’t be pruned to high CBD oil content just like that, you need genetically modified breeding for that. Few crops are higher than %, and this is of course the result of decades of breeding practices that have focused cannabis on THC. This problem is being corrected, but it takes time for the right plants and seeds to become available.
Buy CBD what to choose in stores?
CBD Buying Guide
In addition to the seeds, CBD oil is of course of particular interest as a dietary supplement, cosmetic and actual form of hemp consumption. It’s worth looking into the relevant uses in detail, from massage to the recently launched CBD cigarette in Switzerland, anything is possible. These specialized shops present the content accurately, are generally legal and provide reliable information about the effect of hemp oil and all important aspects.
Practical tips for buying CBD online
In addition, the package insert must state exactly which active cannabinoids are contained in the CBD oil. Reliable manufacturers also provide precise information on the respective solution (olive oil, alcohol and others) and the method of manufacture.
- Only buy CBD products from a reputable CBD store.
- When buying CBD oil, prefer known manufacturers
- CBD oil must contain a COA (certificate of analysis).
The biochemical basis of CBDoil
A little science
From mammals to fish, cannabinoids are active and experts talk about endocannabinoid connections. Feelings of happiness are therefore a natural sensation, our body offers docking sites and when we smoke flower, an effect is then triggered via these receptors. It works a bit like opening a door: the signals from the molecules are transported into the cell via the connections and, logically enough, not everything fits. Cannabinoids are now effective precisely from this principle and it is significant that our body has countless receptors for CBD! CBD is therefore a quasi-natural “drug” that can be used with precision, provided sufficient research is conducted. It’s a bit like chocolate, which also uses the body’s endocannabinoid system to trigger the famous feeling of well-being.
It is particularly important to specifically eliminate the 5-HT1A receptor, which makes it possible to bind with CBD and is responsible for the regulation of serotonin in the body. As a result, anxiety decreases, pain sensation and conditions such as nausea decrease…