For centuries now, the hemp extract compound Cannabidiol (CBD) has been used in solving inflammation, sleep, mental and the entire endocannabinoid system issues as well. Leah Vanderveldt endeavors to bring to your attention the full benefits you can achieve from utilizing the readily available CBD products. Not only that, but she also has lined up more than 50 plant-based recipes to pick from in your fun journey with CBD.
About The CBD Kitchen
Leah Venderveldt in the CBD Kitchen demystifies the science behind CBD, the powerful anti-inflammatory compound that is beneficial in solving a myriad of endocannabinoid issues, thanks to its powerful concentration. She provides recipes for easy meals, treats, tonic and skincare products made from the wondrous full spectrum Hemp extract.
About the The CBD Kitchen recipes
The book has 128 pages of pure plant-based CBD recipes. Therefore, being vegan means everyone can benefit from the goodness of these products. As the previews suggest, they are also super easy to follow and the variety ensures there is never a boring moment when experimenting with all of them. The variety also gives you the freedom to decide what you will enjoy most and give you every important information needed on how to acquire the full benefits.
The CBD kitchen goes all the way out to break down all the information on the loose everywhere about CBDs. It dispels any myths that may be encountered and sets straight what needs to be understood. For instance, the case about CBD being addictive, she dispels it by explicitly explaining that it’s a myth, which arises when THC and CBD are confused. THC a compound found in plenty within the marijuana plant and only in traces in the hemp plant is the addictive compound. Both being from cannabis family plant can be confusing to a newbie.
CBD unlike THC is non-psychoactive and therefore does not cause addiction hence one can enjoy CBD products on and off as they may see fit without experiencing the awful THC withdrawal symptoms and side effects. CBD only interacts with the brain beneficially, leaving it calm, collected, and refreshed enough to face any life curves aimed at you.