CBD stands for Cannabidiol. CBD is one of over 100 Cannabinoids founds in the hemp plant. CBD is the primary Cannabinoid founds in our formulations. Other minor Cannabinoids may include CBG, CBN, CBDA, CBV.The two key receptors are CB1 and CB2. While THC binds to these receptors, CBD does not. BD alters the shape of these receptors resulting in the slowdown of Endo-cannabinoids (ECS) breakdowns. CBD also binds to some other non ECS receptors affecting other body functions. There is plenty of research out there to show beneficial aspects of CBD on our entire body functions, sleep, hunger, immunity, anxiety, stress, pain, relaxation, and arthritis, to name a few.
CBD and marijuana are derived from the Cannabis family of plants. CBD is derived from Hemp plant which produces very little THC and mostly CBD. Marijuana plants are grown to giver primarily THC and very little THC. Hemp plants are processed and the extract is known either as broad spectrum or full spectrum. Broad spectrum extracts are generally THC free whereas full spectrum products contain less than 0.3% THC which makes them compliant for legal sale. THC gives you high while CBD does not
It can vary form one person to another. For general application, take 1 ml (a dropper full) once or twice daily. Most of our products contain 1,200 mg of CBD per package, except for anxiety relief tincture that has 3,000 mg of CBD.
If you are consuming full spectrum product, it contains less than 0.3% THC and can show up in drug test. THC free products do not show up in the drug test
Water based formulations are the best when taken orally. Oil based formulations need to be broken down through our nano process to provide maximum benefits. Oral strips are also highly effective Infused products like tea, use water based formulations
CBD is not a drug and is generally considered a supplement. Consumers should pay attention to third party COA, production in a GMP lab, and packaging which affects the shelf life.