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What is CBD?


Cannabis plants contain 60, naturally occurring, active compounds called cannabinoids. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of these compounds found in hemp and marijuana plants. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the most well-known cannabinoid and is associated with marijuana’s psychoactive properties. Unlike THC, CBD does not cause a “high” effect and can offer relief and benefits without the disconcerting feelings of lethargy or dysphoria. How do cannabinoids interact with the human body and why do cannabinoids cause different effects? To answer this question, we must introduce the endocannabinoid system.




What is the Endocannabinoid System


Endocannabinoids are the molecules that act as chemical messengers that bind to cannabinoid cell receptors and tell the body to do certain things. The human body naturally produces endocannabinoids with the help of consuming foods like fatty acids found in nuts and fish. The 60 cannabinoid molecules found in cannabis also have the ability to bind to cannabinoid receptors. Although different cannabinoids (like CBD and THC) cause different effects, it is all through the same system that similar molecular messages are sent throughout the body. Put more simply, the molecules found in cannabis plants aid in the human body’s endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for many vital functions.




How Much CBD Should I Take and How Often?


The suggested daily serving size of our CBD oil is 5-50 mg CBD per day depending on your weight, and how CBD affects you individually.

We recommend starting at 1-6 mg of CBD for every 10 pounds of body weight and increasing that by just a few mg each day until you get the desired results.

If you’re using our 250 mg oil, there are a total of 30 drops (servings) with 8 mg dose per drop, while our 500 mg oil has about 16mg per drop with 30 drops per bottle.




Is Hemp Seed Oil the Same as CBD Hemp Oil?


Many people tend to confuse CBD-rich hemp extracts with the hemp seed oil you can find at their local grocery store. In truth, these two oils are worlds apart. Standard hemp seed oil is made by cold pressing the seeds of the hemp plant. The oil that’s produced is rich in nutrients like gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), amino acids, and trace minerals. It makes for an excellent source of nutrition — but doesn’t contain CBD or any of the other cannabinoids. CBD hemp oils, on the other hand, are made from the resinous flowers of the female hemp plants (without seeds). The resin is extracted using state of the art extraction methods to collect the cannabinoids, and terpenes naturally found in the plant resin. This is the source of CBD.




What is CBG?


cannabinoids are converted to THC or CBD, they are first CBG. It is after harvesting, drying and processing that the CBG is found in trace amounts, which has many experts deeming it a minor cannabinoid. Like its fellow cannabinoid, CBD, CBG does not have hallucinogenic properties. Many findings show that CBG has significant healing properties and could be beneficial as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, appetite stimulant, and neuroprotectant. Early studies suggest Cannabigerol may effectively treat many conditions, including the following: Depression Anxiety Glaucoma Osteoporosis Colon Cancer Overactive Bladder Psoriasis and Eczema Inflammatory bowel disease Chronic pain Insomnia Epilepsy Huntington’s disease Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) It is noted that a combination of CBG with other cannabinoids may prove to be a superior treatment. This blend is referred to as the “entourage effect” and involves the compounds working synergistically, boosting therapeutic benefits.




What are the effects of CBD?


CBD has shown to have the following effects: non psychoactive (does not cause a high), alerting in low to moderate doses, sedating in high doses, reduces pain, reduces muscle spasms, anti-inflammatory, stops nausea/vomiting, reduces anxiety/depression, counters psychotic thoughts, antioxidant, anticonvulsant, neuroprotectant, and anti-tumor