What is CBD?
CBD (cannabidiol) is one of over 113 active compounds found in the hemp plant called cannabinoids. It works naturally to reduce anxiety, pain, and sleep issues without any mind altering effects or “high” for the person using it.
The human body’s endocannabinoid system consists of tiny receptors that play a key role in regulating mood, pain and everyday experience. CBD helps these receptors do what’s needed in order to stimulate all kinds of beneficial changes throughout the body. You could even say our bodies are hard-wired to benefit from CBD.
Growing hemp indoors preserves the plants’ delicate terpenes, flavonoids and cannabinoids while maintaining adequate moisture in the buds.
Cold-pressing the hemp flower’s natural elements keeps the beneficial fats, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and phytocannabinoids intact and undisturbed.
The power of these beneficial components is further enhanced by our use of Organic virgin hemp seed oil as the carrier oil in our formulation. Carrier oils help with the absorption of the compounds, making them much easier for the body to use.
Because the whole-flower extract and the carrier oil come from the same plant, combining them heightens the efficacy and efficiency of the finished product.
The result is a real “SYNERGY EFFECT” above and beyond the “entourage effect.”
Tinctures are the safest, most effective delivery system for CBD. When taken sublingually (under the tongue), CBD is more rapidly and efficiently absorbed for maximum benefit. The effects last longer than they do from smoking or vaping and without the negative byproducts.
“The National Institutes of Health database lists about 150 of studies involving CBD as a treatment for conditions as varied as infantile spasms and Parkinson’s disease.”
“CBD oil has shown promise as a treatment for both depression and anxiety, leading many who live with these disorders to become interested in this natural approach.”
“CBD has also shown promise to reduce cravings among people addicted to opioids, according to a study published in Neurotherapeutics in 2015.”