Are you curious about CBD? We don't blame you. As the world begins to sit up and take notice of this superhero supplement, the number of ways to take it increases. It's only natural to be a little curious about whether it could work for you or not. There's more and more research, and more and more evidence, about the fantastic health benefits of CBD oils, CBD tinctures, and other CBD products. It has been used in medicine for thousands of years, and was only banned in the 1930s. Fortunately, we've come back around since then, and many people now firmly believe in the power of CBD to treat a wide range of problems. Science is also backing it up. CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound found in cannabis. Its sister compound THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the substance that creates the feeling of being 'high.' CBD is non-psychoactive but has many health benefits. It binds to endocannabinoid receptors that occur naturally in the body, and can help to maintain a normal state of being and much more. CBD oils are the most potent, unprocessed form of CBD. The oil is drawn directly from the flowers, seeds, and stalks of the hemp plant and is most effective when they are in 'full spectrum' (as seen here), as this means they contain all the compounds found naturally in the plant. These are found in bottles with droppers, which allow you to place the oil carefully and precisely under your tongue, letting it sit for a few seconds, and then swallowing. If you're planning to take it for a specific ailment as opposed to general overall health, please consult a doctor who will be able to advise you on an appropriate dose.