About CBD


CBD is a fundamentally supportive ingredient
that can help improve your health at a cellular level.


CBD is short for cannabidiol and is a natural ingredient extracted from hemp. Hemp is a member of the Asa family (Cannabaceae) and is a variation that has been improved for commercial use.

The plant has more than 100 natural compounds called cannabinoids, and CBD is one of the non-psychoactive compounds that have potential pharmacological benefits.

In 1964, Dr. Raphael Mishraam‘s research showed that we have a form of homeostasis, or regulator for the body, called the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS regulates a variety of homeostases, such as emotions, sleep, appetite, exercise, and immunity.

Dr. Raphael’s research also found that fatigue, aging, and stress can lead to a deficiency of endogenous cannabinoids in the body, leading to a decline in ECS function.

This is where CBD, which is extracted from hemp, came into focus.
CBD is believed to have a similar function to endogenous cannabinoids and may help improve “cannabinoid deficiency”.

CBD is a fundamentally supportive ingredient that can help improve your health at a cellular level. CBD may help induce sleep, relieve stress, improve joint pain, and much more. 

The FDA’s approval of the commercial use of CBD has led to an explosion in CBD. According to an independent study by Consumers Union, a nonprofit consumer organization, more than a quarter of the U.S. population has tried CBD as of 2019. And one in seven of those people are continuously incorporating it into their lives every day.

In the United States, even in areas locked down by corona, shops were allowed to open because “CBD is a necessary part of people’s lives,” according to the report. The use of CBD products is also becoming more common in Europe, and advanced research is underway.

Used in natural remedies, CBD is a natural ingredient that can gently support our minds and bodies.

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For New Users

CBD is currently being researched for potential medical applications in Europe and the U.S., and is a highly safe ingredient used in medical products, health foods, cosmetics, etc. CBD makes up about 40% of the cannabis component, and is legal in Japan.

At CBD STYLE we offer the following products

CBD Liquid: Inhaled through electronic cigarette (vape)

This type of CBD liquid is used by those who are concerned about the stickiness of CBD oil and those who smoke regularly.

CBD supplements: capsules and pills

CBD supplements are the easiest to take, with additional ingredients that are needed for different purposes, such as "refreshing when you wake up in the morning" or "making you feel sleepy before bed.

CBD oil: drops under the tongue

This is the most common way of taking CBD oil, and is mainly taken orally. This is the easiest form to use, even for those who do not like the inhalation type.

CBD cream : Apply to your skin

It is absorbed into the body through the skin and activates the endogenous cannabinoids.

CBD pet oil: Mix into your pet's food.

The most common use for CBD is to give it to anxious children, as CBD is expected to reduce anxiety, and many people use it for children who are easily anxious and bark.

CBD gummies and tablets: Eating

CBD gummies, gum, and other gum products are often used as a quick and easy way to focus on work, or as an extension of a regular diet of organic foods.

What are the expected benefits of CBD?

After incorporating CBD into their lives, CBD users have described the following benefits

-I feel less anxious and more calm.

-Increased concentration and motivation.

-Pain relief, including back pain, headaches, and menstrual cramps.

-More restful sleep.

-Improved skin tone and reduced inflammation.

-Reduced physical fatigue/muscle pain and inflammation.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is active in the body by interacting with the body's complex network of body regulators (ECS). The ECS has functions such as appetite, pain, immune regulation, emotional regulation, motor function, development and aging, neuroprotection, cognition and memory, and supports cell-to-cell communication activities.

-Stress from work, housework, childcare, etc.

-Poor physical and mental health due to the stress of daily life.

-Have trouble sleeping and the quality of your sleep is not good.

-I don't want to keep taking medication such as headache pills.

-I don't sleep well and my skin doesn't look good.

-If you are working out or doing strength training.