Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive element of the cannabis plant. When mixed with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) oil, it makes the best combination on the market to fight cancer.
When CBD is blended with THC it has intense restorative and healing impacts for even the most chronic conditions.
Our mix hardly causes the high effect which happens when you consume cannabis in very high doses. Our mix does not cause the common cannabis high and rarely has an effect when used on its own.
Recent cannabis research has recognized that a CBD/THC mix is very successful in treating:
Crohn's disease
... and many more…

What Is the Difference between CBD and THC?

Many people know about THC since this is the compound found within the marijuana plant that can make the user high. THC has long been used as a leisure drug but current scientific studies are revealing the medical advantages of THC, not only its recreational effects. CBD is the other common compound found in the cannabis plant.

What are the advantages?

Great medicinal benefits Fights Cancer No liver harm Non-high Helps with seizures Can be taken by kids

What is CBD Oil used for?

Anticonvulsant - Suppresses seizure activity Antitumoral and Antidisease - Combats tumors and cancer cells Antiemetic - Reduces nausea and vomiting Antioxidant - Combats neurodegenerative disorders Antiinflammatory - Combats inflammatory disorders Antipsychotic - Combats psychosis issues Anxiolytic & Antidepressant - Combats anxiety and depression issues

Is CBD Oil permitted and where would I be able to buy it?

Numerous South Africans are using Medical Cannabis Products like CBD Cannabis Oil with a specific end goal to treat a variety of conditions. How and when will the South African government legitimize Medical Cannabis oil in relation to neighboring nations? This also applies to events happening within Swaziland and Lesotho. The legal process has begun and we trust that Cannabis oil will be legalized soon. Wikipedia states that: “Cannabis Oil in South Africa is unlawful however unenforced". As of late is has been added to the Schedule 6 prescription index.

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