An estimated 80% of parents believe that CBD and marijuana are the same thing. But the truth is, CBD and traditional cannabis are very different. While providing similar health benefits, CBD does not contain nearly as much THC as traditional cannabis, meaning it generally will not induce psychoactive effects. Additionally, CBD is legal in almost every part of the country, while cannabis remains illegal in most states.
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about CBD. But the day of August 8th, otherwise known as National CBD day, is raising awareness of what CBD really is, and changing common perceptions about it.
National CBD Day may be less widely celebrated than other canna-holidays, but for those who do choose to celebrate it, it is no less beloved. Here are a few common questions about National CBD Day, answered (and some ways to celebrate).
What is National CBD Day?
CBD Day is a relatively new holiday celebrating the advent of CBD and the health benefits many people experience from it. On August 8, 2022, people will celebrate this holiday for only the 5th time in history.
A little backstory: Many people in the CBD-using community have for a long time wanted to raise awareness of the wellness benefits of CBD. So, in August 2017, of cbdMD, a prominent CBD manufacturer, asked National Day Calendar to make August 8th National CBD Day….