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CBD flowers in Germany What is CBD? CBD is one of 113 phytocannabinoids from the group of terpene phenols that have not been discovered in any other plant. The most studied cannabinoid is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which was isolated in 1964 by Yehiel Gaoni and Raphael Mechoulam at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. Cannabinoid acids as precursors of neutral cannabinoids were known in the 1950s for their antibiotic activity and have been described e.g. B. used in Czechoslovakia in veterinary medicine. Cannabidiol (CBD), another low psychoactive cannabinoid, is being studied for its anti-inflammatory, anti-schizophrenic and anti-epileptic properties. Most other cannabinoids have been studied for psychoactivity. How is CBD handled in Germany? According to the current legislation, it may have a maximum of 0.2% THC and have no intoxicating effect. Effect of CBD Weed? In a legal CBD bloom below 0.2% THC content, it is not considered psychoactive and therefore has no intoxicating effect. Consumers describe the state after consumption of a CBD blossom by smoking or evaporate, such as vacations, the soul unwind, calming, relaxing and relaxing. Nevertheless, the consumption should not be exaggerated. Side effect of the CBD Weed? • According to previous studies, as a rule, no side effects occur. • CBD is not psychoactive. • CBD is generally well tolerated by humans. • CBD does not cause dependency. Because the female CBD bloom contains no active ingredient THC and is thus to be called legal. IFHA (Institute for Hemp Analytics) has already tested countless samples of our CBD flowers and analyzes the deciding values under the highest quality standards. As a result, we distribute only the highest quality legal hemp products that are tailored to your personal needs. Detailed descriptions, informative texts and explanations about cannabis products can be found on our website: www.phoenix-hanf.de We therefore invite you to visit us on our homepage, to select your product and have a conversation with us, so that the optimum Get the product in your hands and you always find the ideal partner by your side. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram under PhoenixHanf here you can also contact us. How do you use CBD? Once CBD is made from certified organic EU hemp, as we love to do with hemp, it is typically packaged in the form of concentrated CBD oil. For trendy spa products, the oil is mixed or poured into a variety of other products, including beauty creams, shampoos and foods such as sweets, mint and flavored mineral water. The CBD-infused animal treatment is also becoming more and more popular with our clients, who are also owners of dogs and cats suffering from anxiety. There is also a growing culture of CBD cocktail enthusiasts, inspired by Food & Wine Magazine. For medical purposes, creams and balms can treat pain, rub directly on the skin, or be taken orally as CBD oils. Is CBD safe to take? The more studies that focus on CBD, the more you will know about its side effects and potential medical benefits. In December 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) stated in a report that "Cannabidiol does not appear to have any potential for abuse and causes no harm". The WHO also noted that CBD may have "therapeutic value" for epileptic seizures, but further studies are needed to determine the potential medical benefit of CBD. In early 2019, the WHO even recommended a reassessment of cannabis to individual countries worldwide, but this comes a separate article. How can CBD hemp be purchased? You must ensure that the products have a maximum THC content of 0.2 percent, all of our products in the PhoenixHanf Shop and are sold in a processed form that excludes abuse. These include dietary supplements such as CBD oils, ointments or other cosmetics that absorb CBD via the skin. However, caution should be exercised when purchasing products in other countries, such as Switzerland, Italy, Poland, the Czech Republic or Austria, as higher limits apply. In Switzerland, the permissible THC value is 1 percent, which is significantly higher than in Germany, as well as in other EU Member States, which could lead to major legal problems with imports.