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Frequently Asked Questions

Taking or using a CBD enriched product can enhance your body’s ability to maintain balance and manage occasional stress. It is also known to have many beneficial properties and is particularly effective for supporting and maintaining health and well-being. At Your Cure CBD we provide the finest quality american made organic lab certified products. Our mission is to Balance the Body to Elevate the Mind for each and every customer. Established as a local flagship store our goal is to expand with our ability to give you superior quality and exceptional value. We are proud to ask you to dare to compare our prices and quality at Your Cure CBD.

CBD stands for Cannabidiol (CBD) and it’s closely related to the word cannabis. The big difference - CBD is a non-psychoactive compound found in marijuana and hemp plants.

CBD won’t make you high— it should not be mistaken for its more intoxicating cousin, THC. CBD is a natural compound that can be added to products such as oils, topical creams, beauty products and edibles. People who use CBD products say that it helps them deal with anxiety, stress, skin issues like eczema and acne, joint pain, menstrual cramps, and even insomnia. And best of all, they note no side effects because it’s non-toxic and non-intoxicating.

CBD can be derived either from industrial hemp plants or from regular cannabis. But hemp plants contain negligible levels of THC. That makes them, and anything derived from them, completely legal at the federal level.

The most important difference between CBD and THC is that CBD does not produce a high. CBD can help reduce or eliminate anxiety, and manage pain and inflammation.

Cannabis sativa has two primary species; hemp and marijuana. Both contain CBD, but there's a much higher concentration in hemp, which also has very low levels of THC compared to marijuana. In Your Cure CBD products we do not exceed the legal tolerance of THC (0.3% or less), some of our products are full-spectrum products with trace amounts of THC – and many people believe these products produce enhanced results.

CBD and THC have the same chemical composition – 21 carbon atoms, 30 hydrogen atoms and 2 oxygens. So why does one get you high (THC) and the other doesn’t (CBD)? Because each one acts differently on different receptors in your brain and in your body.

Although they are nearly twins, one atom makes all the difference. But before explaining what that means, it’s worth knowing how CBD and THC react within our bodies.

The cannabis plant has 113 known cannabinoids – CBD and THC are the most prominent. They interact directly with a network of receptors in our bodies called the Endocannabinoid System and it maintains our vital functions.

There’s a good reason why there is so much interest in cannabinoids for their medicinal uses. They interact with receptors in the brain, lungs, vascular system, colon, immune system, spleen, pancreas, reproductive organs, muscles and bones. In short, with everything we need to stay healthy.

If you’re taking something derived from hemp, you might expect to feel a dramatic difference as soon as you take it; especially when smoking, the effects of THC are felt almost immediately.

But CBD is a little bit different.

Depending on how you use it or for what the effects can be fast or cumulative.

There’re a few reasons for that. In some cases CBD takes a while to take effect. There can be a cumulative effect best results are achieved through consistency and after CBD has had some time to get to work in your system.

A perfect example of this effect is CBD’s relationship with inflammation and the pain and discomfort caused by inflammation. Inflammation caused by regular activities like walking or exercising builds up over time. The pain you experience from inflammation starts to stack up because the inflammation is never getting addressed.

Consistent application of CBD may reduce total inflammation over time, producing a cumulative effect consistent CBD may over time produce the desired effect.

What Does Taking CBD Feel Like?Another very important factor is the fact that CBD is non-psychoactive.

For lots of people curious about CBD there’s one major barrier in the way:

They don’t want to get high.

So let’s clear this up right away:

CBD doesn’t get you high.

CBD, on its own, is 100% non-psychoactive. It doesn’t cause impairment, it doesn’t make you giggle, it doesn’t get you high – period.

So if you’re here looking for a buzz, I’m sad to say that you’re in the wrong place.

Because CBD doesn’t get you high in the way THC does, it’s more suited for day-to-day uses, as opposed to THC. While THC may have lots of great qualities and effects, clear-headedness is not counted among them.

So for those seeking the positive effects of cannabinoids without getting high, CBD is the clear (and frankly, the only) choice.