CBD is an acronym for Cannabidiol (Can-a-bid-i-ol), which is a naturally-occurring class of molecules found in commercial/industrial Hemp. CBD is a nonpsychoactive and, thus, a federally legal compound that possesses a plethora of benefits to its users. CBD works in the body by activating a network of neuron receptors in the brain and nervous system called the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). The ECS runs throughout your body, regulating a variety of biological processes, such as relaxation, eating, sleeping, certain inflammation responses, cognitive functionality, and overall homeostasis. One could say that human evolution has hardwired us to be extremely receptive to CBD as the ECS interacts with all other major systems throughout the body. Simply put, CBD creates harmony throughout the body when it binds to the ECS, by stimulating beneficial changes in how our bodies’ numerous systems interact with one another.