In case you missed it, CBD oil is now legal in South Carolina and Smoke ‘n Brew in Greenville SC is one of the first stores to offer a wide array of CBD oil products for sale. We’ve been following this new product closely and are proud to provide the best quality CBD oil products on the market today.
Stop in and learn more about this amazing new product and its benefits from the leading supplier in the area!
Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a naturally occurring compound derived from the industrial hemp plant seed and stalk. It does not have THC in it, will not get you “high” and does not have any psychedelic effects. Because the most commonly felt affect among users is a calm and relaxing feeling, it is most commonly used by those with anxiety, nervousness, high stress, and insomnia.
While research and clinical trials have shown significant health and wellness benefits of the hemp plant and more directly CBD, as proved by this story of how half a milliliter dose of CBD oil helped a young South Carolina girl reduce her seizures, there is a lot of testing being done on CBD oil to determine all the benefits and uses of it.
The South Carolina House passed a bill on April 2, 2014 that legalized the sale and use of CBD oil in South Carolina. While it required additional testing before sale could be allowed, that has completed and it is not against South Carolina law to buy and use CBD oil in the state. Along the same time as the SC House passed the bill, similar bills were passed in other states including North Carolina! Because we are not attorneys and are not providing legal advice or counsel here, we recommend you read the full information about the legal status on Wikipedia and Celeb Stoner to better educate yourself on the situation.
Hemp is a completely digestible protein containing all ten of the essential amino acids and is a rich source of phytosterols, phospholipids and chlorophyll containing calcium, sulfur, magnesium, potassium, zinc, sulfur, potassium and vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, D and E. More info on this here.
The North American Industrial Hemp Council has stated that it also contains gamma linoleic acid (GLA), a difficult-to-obtain amino acid found in breast milk. The amino acid profiles are also thought to support immune cells. More info on this here.