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Our unique CBD Oil is free of chemicals and pesticides. Because we do believe in the Entourage Effect caused by the interaction between the different components in the cannabis plant, this oil’s concentration includes other cannabinoids and components which contribute to the process of alleviating certain symptoms or conditions.

Always remember these two sentences: “Less is More” and “Start Low, Grow Slow”.

Everyone’s body is different and, consequently, might react differently to CBD. What might do wonders for you at a high dosage, might be too much for someone else; this is because dosage not only depends on the amount you take, but on how it will interact with your organism and Endocannabinoid System.

To further expand on how Full Spectrum CBD Oil interacts with the Endocannabinoid System, the chemical components found in the plant, such as cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids cause something called the biphasic effect, when interacting with the CB1 and CB2 receptors found in the human body. This means that if you don’t take enough, or if you take too much CBD, the effect will be equally negative; if you don’t take enough, your symptoms won’t be alleviated, and if you take too much, your symptoms might become worse.

For dosing purposes, the following chart shows the approximate concentration per ml, dropper, and drop:

 

Full Spectrum

Concentration per 30 ml bottle

Concentration per ml (20 drops - 1 dropper)

Concentration per drop

250mg

8.3mg

0.4mg

500mg

16.6mg

0.8mg

1500mg

50mg

2.5mg

2500mg

83.3mg

4.1mg

 

 

Even though finding the right balance and dosage for your own body is simple, we have a team, lead by our highly qualified and renowned research department, readily available to assist you in finding the ideal starting dosage for your particular condition.

If you have any questions, call one of our experts at 1-866-704-6556.

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid found in the hemp plant. Different from THC, another phytocannabinoid, CBD doesn’t have a psychoactive effect, possesses several medicinal properties, and has been shown to help treat chronic pain, anxiety, inflammation, depression, and other conditions. (link to studies)

What is CBD Oil?

CBD Oil is an oil-based CBD infusion obtained by extracting the phytocannabinoid cannabidiol from the hemp plant, and infusing it in pure coconut oil for improved absorption.
There are three main extraction methods:

  • CO2: Trough pressure, you will obtain CBD extract by adding CO2 through the plant at high pressure and low temperatures.
  • Ethanol: This method uses high-grain alcohol. But this can sometimes destroy the benefits of the natural oil.
  • Oil: In this method, a carrier oil is needed, like olive oil.

What is the difference between Full Spectrum and Isolate CBD Oil?

In a full spectrum oil, its concentration refers not only to CBD, but to other cannabinoids that are present in the plant.
An isolate does not contain other cannabinoids, only CBD.
CBD by itself is a really powerful phytocannabinoid when it comes to treating different conditions and symptoms. However, depending on the purpose you’re using it for, it can exponentiate its medicinal values when combined with other components and cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. This is what is commonly known as “Whole Plant Medicine”, and our CBD Oil honours that concept.

Do I need a prescription to get CBD Oil?

No. This CBD Oil is extracted from hemp and contains less than 0.3% of THC within its concentration. Legally, this means you can buy our CBD Oil in all 50 states. If you ever buy CBD Oil with more than 0.3% THC, make sure to check your State’s legislation, because it might be illegal or you might need a prescription.

Am I going to get high?

Absolutely not! Our CBD Oil has virtually no THC, the phytocannabinoid that produces the psychoactive effect. CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, so you won’t feel the high you would normally experience with recreational marijuana.

What is the Endocannabinoid System?

The Endocannabinoid System was discovered in 1992; it is present in humans and animals, and plays an important role in homeostasis, helping the body stay in perfect balance. It modulates the body’s overall wellbeing, and contributes to the healing process when there’s an injury or illness to recover from.
It has two specific receptors: CB1 and CB2, which interact with cannabinoids, causing different effects.
If you want to learn more about the Endocannabinoid System, check out our latest research.

Can I compliment my treatment with CBD?

Yes. You can complement your current treatment with our products to help improve their effectiveness. However, we do recommend you speak to your physician before doing so, in order to determine the possible interactions between CBD and your current medication.
However, studies have shown CBD can improve the effectiveness of certain medications, also, in some cases, reducing the dosage needed.
For more information, please refer to our latest article on CBD and medication interactions.

What is the difference between CBD and traditional medication?

CBD is a 100% natural compound that's extracted from a unique, natural source (hemp).
In case you didn’t know hemp and cannabis are part of the same family; CBD can be extracted from both plants. Both are rich in chemical compounds, such as cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids, and each plant can have up to 1000 different compounds. This is why this plant has boomed in the past few decades; because doctors say a whole pharmacy is to be found within it.
Furthermore, there are around 120 cannabinoids, and each one serves a different purpose and has a different effect in our bodies, but studies are still needed to confirm all of this plant’s amazing benefits.
One of the cannabinoids found in hemp is CBD (cannabidiol), which has several medicinal benefits. And just as the plant produces these phytocannabinoids, our human bodies produce endocannabinoids, which means our human body is made to respond to these components, and benefit from them.

On the other hand, traditional medication uses synthetic compounds developed in labs, which can often cause strong, negative, undesired side effects.

Is it the same as medicinal marijuana?

For medicinal marijuana to have a therapeutic effect, you must first consult with a qualified physician.
We often find that medical marijuana contains CBD, THC and other cannabinoids; so, depending on your condition, it must be handled differently; this is why a doctor is needed. This is a controlled substance because it has a THC level above 0.3%
However, CBD is an isolated compound found in cannabis and hemp, and it doesn’t have any psychoactive effects, while having tremendous health benefits.

Why is CBD from hemp a better option?

Hemp is legal in the United States, and it is extremely high in CBD, unlike other strains, which makes it more effective for certain conditions than those with a lower concentration of CBD.

Can children consume CBD products?

They can. However, you should consult the child’s primary care physician beforehand, and we recommend that you carefully measure the doses depending on the child’s weight.
CBD is being used increasingly for children who suffer from difficult types of epilepsy which have not responded to traditional medication.
If you want more information on this matter, check out this CBS news article on how CBD has helped children.

Is CBD addictive?

No. According to studies made by the World Health Organization, CBD is non-habit forming. If fact, it is oftentimes recommended as a complementary treatment for addiction to other substances.

Can I overdose on CBD?

No. You can’t overdose on CBD. However, proper, consistent treatment is required for CBD to be effective; this is why we have a large team of qualified experts who can give advice according to your particular condition or needs.

If you have any questions, call one of our experts at 1-866-704-6556, during business hours.

The Isolate CBD Oil can aid with a number of symptoms and conditions and, currently, scientists and doctors are still discovering its many uses, such as:

Acute and Chronic Pain Relief

CBD helps people manage pain in a way that’s natural, safe and non-addictive (unlike opioid painkillers). And they not only help lower or eliminate the pain, but they can directly aid in the process of healing the injury or its cause.
It’s worth mentioning that pain is a broad symptom; CBD not only helps with muscle pain or pain caused by injury, but it also has an effect on migraines. Interestingly, Queen Victoria used to have cannabis brought to her from India in order to treat her recurring migraines.

Helps Reduce Inflammation

Inflammation naturally occurs in the body as a part of aging and as a protective reaction to injury or illness. However, it can become an issue when it becomes chronic or when it begins as an allergic reaction.

CBD has been proven to have anti inflammatory properties, which can benefit your entire body, from your skin to your joints.

It helps reduce inflammation in all parts of the body, alleviating the discomfort that comes with it, and helping the body work more efficiently.

Improves Mental Health

CBD is being used as a complementary treatment for addiction, depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. It helps with relaxation and reduces stress.

This compound improves the neuro-signals in charge of transporting serotonin and glutamate, which are the chemical compounds that affect mood and feelings of wellness.

Reduces Epileptic Seizures

For several years, CBD has been used in epilepsy patients who don’t respond to traditional epilepsy treatments. Studies have shown CBD possesses anti seizure properties which are stronger than other epilepsy medications, and doesn’t cause all the side effects medications do.

Epilepsy in children has proven to be extremely difficult to manage with traditional epilepsy medication, while high CBD doses have been shown to have a dramatic effect, reducing the frequency of seizures or even eliminating them completely in some cases.

Helps Autoimmune Disorders

These disorders occur when the body’s own immune system can’t tell the difference between intruders and non intruders, so it can attack any system or part of the body, and cause a lot of damage.

There are several known autoimmune diseases, such as type 1 diabetes, MS (multiple sclerosis), rheumatoid arthritis, among many others. In these, it’s the body itself attacking its organs and cells, so generally the immediate solution is to suppress the patient’s immune system, which may stop the disorder progression, but has extremely dangerous side effects, since the body no longer has a defense mechanism.

Cannabinoids stimulate immunoregulation and, consequently, have been shown to reduce the overactivity that causes the body to attack itself.

And, because autoimmune disorders often cause inflammation, CBD also helps reduce it.

Neuro-Protector

Neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson's, or neurodegeneration caused by other factors, like frequent seizures or brain trauma, have a catastrophic effect in the quality of life. People whose brain is suffering through this process, begin slowly losing basic abilities, like speaking, walking, eating and functioning in general.

CBD has been shown, in several cases and studies, to not only stop this neuro degeneration, but also reverse it, allowing people to regain abilities that had been lost and improving their chances of survival and wellbeing.

After being consistently treated with CBD, children whose lives had been destroyed by epilepsy have regained their speech and ability to eat, after having been fed via gastric tube for a long time.

Alzheimer’s patients who have been treated with CBD have improved their behaviour and general awareness, and the rapid degeneration in their brain has slowed.

If you want to learn more about this, read our article on CBD and Parkinson’s.

Contributes to Type 2 Diabetes Management

Improves the body’s ability to metabolize sugars and lowers the fasting insulin level. CBD works as a vasodilator, keeping blood vessels open and improving circulation and cardiovascular health.
 

Helps Prevent and Treat Obesity

Brown fat is known as “good fat”, since it helps eliminate the “bad fat” that causes cardiovascular diseases and health issues.

CBD aids the body in the process of transforming white (bad) fat into brown fat, acting as an accelerator in fat burning and metabolism.

You can learn more about it in our article.

Improved Physical Performance

Due to its anti inflammatory properties and the way it improves sleep, CBD is often used by athletes who need their muscles to recover quickly and their sleep to be deep and healing. It also helps relieve muscle cramps.

Improved Reaction after Bone Marrow Transplant

Graft vs. Host disease is a reaction that can occur after a person has had a bone marrow transplant. The donated bone marrow attacks the host’s body because it doesn’t recognize it. In recent studies, CBD has been shown to be a promising complementary treatment after a transplant, in order to prevent and reduce the incidence of this reaction.

CBD oil is often recommended or prescribed by a doctor for complex conditions, such as epilepsy, as treatment when traditional ones have failed.

Hopefully, with more research, we get to a point where CBD is identified as the traditional treatment rather than the alternative one.

It is significantly healthier and more natural than most commonly used medicine, and has no side effects, while most medications produce plenty.

Suggested Use
We recommend you take the drops under your tongue and wait at least 30 seconds before swallowing. Take it two times per day, morning and night for better effects, or as indicated by a doctor.
You can also add drops of your CBD Oil to your tea, coffee or water, or mix it with food if you’d rather not place them directly in your mouth. But remember it doesn’t mix well with water, so you might prefer mixing it with thick liquids (soup), rather than watery drinks.
It can take up to an hour and 15 minutes for the oil to be absorbed into your body, so don’t worry if you don’t feel the effects right away.
The effects can last 6 to 8 hours.
Cold pressed virgin hemp seed oil, fractionated coconut oil (MCT)

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