Translations in context of "CANNABIS OIL" in english-hindi. HERE are many translated example sentences containing "CANNABIS OIL" – english-hindi translations and search engine for english translations. Cannabidiol can be obtained from the hemp plant, which is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant and is known to have a low concentration of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
CANNABIS OIL Meaning in Hindi – Hindi Translation
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कैनबिस तेल और विशेष रूप से टीएचसी जैसे कैनबिनोइड्स के प्रभाव बरामदगी को नियंत्रित करने में मदद करते हैं।
Many people do not realise that Marijuana is often used for the treatment of different health conditions under the prescription of an experienced physician
बहुत से लोग नहीं समझते हैं कि मारिजुआना अक्सर एक अनुभवी चिकित्सक के पर्चे के तहत विभिन्न स्वास्थ्य की स्थिति के उपचार के लिए प्रयोग किया जाता है
इस चिकित्सा मारिजुआना या सीबीडी भांग तेल कहा जाता है और यह वर्ष की एक संख्या के लिए इस्तेमाल किया गया है।
Especially in the production of high-quality cannabis oils sonication has convinced due to its high yields(higher extract output)
विशेष रूप से उच्च गुणवत्ता वाले भांग तेल sonication के उत्पादन में अपने उच्च पैदावार(उच्च निकालने उत्पादन)
When the CBD oil is extracted from the hemp plant Cannabis sative it is therefore often called hemp extract or hemp oil.
जब सीबीडी तेल भांग संयंत्र कैनबिस शामक से निकाला जाता है यह इसलिए अक्सर भांग निकालने या भांग तेल कहा जाता है।
CBD oil apart from cannabis is that CBD oil has no THC(the psychoactive compound in cannabis that gets you high);
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Explained: What is CBD oil and how it impacts your health
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a chemical present in the cannabis plant, which is also known as marijuana or Cannabis sativa. While CBD is the second most prevalent of the active ingredients in the Cannabis sativa, there are more than 100 chemical components (cannabinoids) present in the plant. THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), on the other hand, is the main psychoactive component present in Cannabis plant (and is the major ingredient of the marijuana plant) and gives the ‘high’ feeling. Cannabidiol can also be obtained from the hemp plant, which is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant and is known to have a low concentration of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). While the two chemical compounds may have a lot in common, CBD does not have psychoactive effects, unlike THC.
02 /5 What are psychoactive chemical compounds
For the unversed, psychoactive chemical compounds are known to alter brain function which may lead to temporary changes in mood, awareness, behaviour and perception of reality. Being nonpsychoactive, CBD has been long touted to have medicinal benefits and several therapeutic benefits, without the mild-altering impact of TCH (or that high feeling associated with TCH). It is said to be effective in providing relief from pain, anxiety, seizures disorder, Parkinson’s disease, addiction, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, more extensive studies are needed to further understand and support these uses of CBD.
03 /5 How does CBD impact the body?
CBD impacts the brain and is said to prevent the breakdown of the chemical in the brain that affects mental function, pain etc. It interacts with the endocannabinoid system by impacting the cannabinoid receptors in the body. There are two types of receptors, CB1 and CB2. According to the existing evidence, unlike TCH, CBD does not directly attach itself to these receptors but rather influences and stimulates them to bring about the health benefits that people associate with this chemical compound.
04 /5 Everything you need to know about the CBD oil
CBD is most commonly available in the form of oils and tinctures. It should be noted that CBD oil may contain small amounts of THC because it’s present at low levels in the hemp plant. However, the concentration of THC should be less than 0.3 per cent for legality.
Despite the ongoing controversy surrounding the usage of CBD products, certain studies have found certain benefits associated with this chemical compound. Furthermore, a purified form of CBD has been approved for treating epilepsy by the FDA, which is known as Epidiolex. It has been authorised for the treatment of lennox-gastaut syndrome and dravet syndrome–both of them are rare forms of epilepsies. While there is also growing evidence that CBD may help in relieving chronic pain, when compared to traditional drugs, further research is necessary to understand the medicinal benefits of this compound.
05 /5 Is CBD oil legal in India?
It should be noted that while recreational usage of cannabis is illegal in India, as per the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act in 1985, the usage of leaves and flowers of the cannabis plant is still allowed, which makes consumption of Bhaang (a drink made from the flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant) legal in India. However, it is still a punishable act to cultivate the cannabis plant without permission.