Harnessing the Health Benefits of CBD
Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, is a non-psychoactive compound. It can be derived from either industrial hemp seeds or cannabis. When isolated from the former and containing less than 0.03% THC, it is legal to possess across the nation (excluding Nebraska). CBD is garnering attention in the medical world due to its many potential therapeutic benefits without side effects of sedation or intoxication.
The way CBD works within our bodies is a complex and quickly advancing field of research. What is currently known is that CBD, upon entering the bloodstream, bonds with a network of receptors throughout the body (called the endocannabinoid system) and interacts with all the major systems of the body.
CBD has been attributed to healthful benefits spanning the human system from supporting mood disorders to reducing inflammation. It can be used both topically and internally. External application can be used for localized treatment of muscle pain and inflammation. When ingested, CBD can help with a spectrum of conditions including: gastrointestinal disorders, epilepsy, blood sugar irregularities, arterial blockage, tumor growth, anxiety, and depression.
Free CBD Informational Talk
Join us on Tuesday, February 13, at 6pm for a free informational talk on CBD with RopaNa.
Founded with a positive vision, RopaNa takes its name from Sanskrit, meaning “to heal oneself.” Based in Vermont, with roots right here in Woodbury, Connecticut, RopaNA sources CBD (short for cannabidiol) from trusted sources and transforms it into artisan CBD-infused products, including salve, organic CBD tincture, vegan chocolate truffles, and CBD isolate. RopaNa lab-tests all of their products for purity and safety.
Join founders Andrew Switz and Rachel Henne as they discuss the uses and benefits of CBD oil in this free informational talk.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is for general reference only. This is not a replacement for professional health advice, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.