CBD has a number of unique qualities, but they remain in the shadow of THC. Generally, cannabis is a superfood, its seeds have a balanced content of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, proteins, vitamins A, E and D, and many B-group vitamins. Cannabis is rich in sodium, calcium, fiber, and iron too. Also, its anti-inflammatory effects are known.
Hemp seeds are suitable for strengthening immunity, helping to prevent a number of diseases and detoxication. It can be used in the cosmetics industry like skin-nourishing ointments, anti-dandruff shampoos, etc. CBD is processed in the form of tinctures and oils too, which have other uses as food supplements
The impact of cannabis on health
Keeps a healthy heart – lowers cholesterol level, prevents blood embolus
It has anti-inflammatory effects
It improves memory, helps against depression, prevents Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease
Improves digestion – it contains a high amount of soluble fiber, removes problems such as bloating or constipation and gives a person a feeling of satiety
Contains plant sterols and antioxidants, reduces the risk of certain cancer types
It has positive effects on the skin – in the form of ointment or oil regenerates the skin, which is smoother and radiant than. It helps in the treatment of skin diseases such as psoriasis, acne or eczema
Hemp products have a high proportion of rare unsaturated fatty acids, linoleic acid and stearidonic acid, as well as phytosterols, minerals and vitamins. Also, CBD products are known for their relaxing and relaxing effect.
Last but not least, the cannabis plant is very easy to grow, for example, it needs less water than cotton. It is also more resistant than other agricultural crops and consumes up to 95% less agrochemistry. Furthermore, it revitalizes the soil naturally and absorbs high levels of carbon dioxide during photosynthesis, in terms of sustainability it is affable.