How much do I take?
It is important to remember that everybody is different from metabolism, genetic disposition, body chemistry, size and weight. We provide the following “suggested” dosing charts as a starting point and recommend that you increase or decrease as needed to reach your desired results. We recommend that you start with your preferred dosage and allow 3 to 5 days of continued use before increasing or decreasing your amount.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why do people claim that CBD can help with just about everything?
Broad Spectrum CBD oil along with other cannabinoids have been shown to promote the Endocannabinoid system (ECS) in your body. The ECS is a system of receptors connected throughout the body and are responsible for regulating a wide range of functions in your body.
What is the Endocannabinoid System?
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) regulates a variety of biological processes, such as relaxation, feeding, sleep, certain inflammatory reactions and even cognitive function. In short, your ECS is responsible for the optimal function of your body. Endocannabinoids and their receptors are found throughout the body. However, while the Endocannabinoid System performs its tasks, experts believe that the function of the ECS is the regulation of homeostasis.
Endocannabinoids connect with receptors – called cannabinoid receptors – on the surface of cells. There are two main receptors, CB1 and CB2. Studies show Cannabidiol (CBD) strengthens and improves the efficacy of mitochondria, the power source for every cell in your body.
Studies on the ECS have shown that apart from being a regulator of homeostasis, the ECS is also responsible for repairing damaged cells and target damaged cells without affecting normal cells, acting as a biological defense system.
There are two types of receptors – CB1 and CB2 – in the cells of the body. They are abundant in the brain and immune system. The body produces cannabinoids in a natural process (such as endocannabinoids: anandamide and 2-AG) that share chemical structures similar to cannabinoids derived from plants like CBD.
Full Spectrum vs Broad Spectrum vs Isolate - What are the differences?
Full Spectrum is a term used when extraction is performed and the end product contains high amounts of CBD along with other Cannabinoids, Terpenes, oils and plant compounds. When derived from Hemp, this type of oil will contain trace amounts of THC because Hemp can contain up to .3% THC content.
Broad Spectrum is a term used when extraction is performed and the end product contains high amounts of CBD along with other Cannabinoids, Terpenes, oils and plant compounds. The difference is that this oil is further processed to remove even the trace amounts of THC to deliver a product that is essentially the same as Full Spectrum but with all THC removed.
Isolate is the term that is used when extraction is performed and all Cannabinoids, Terpenes, oils and plant compounds are removed other than CBD. This isolates the CBD Cannabinoid and the end result is a powder like substance that is pure CBD. This is then mixed with carrier oils or mixed in with other products for delivery.
For a more extensive explanation of the differences you can visit the link below.
Why we offer Broad Spectrum?
We choose to offer Broad Spectrum oil so our customers can receive the most benefit possible from our products with zero THC content. The use of Broad Spectrum oil promotes what is known as the Entourage Effect. This occurs when the many components within the Hemp plant interact with the human body to produce a stronger influence than any one single component alone. This has a synergistic effect on the body.
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