WHAT IS CBD?
It is one of at least 85 active and identified cannabinoids in the Hemp plant.
CBD hemp oil is a natural product which you cannot get “high” from.
This doesn’t contain the psychoactive properties that THC contain, this is the compound in cannabis that makes users feel high. Cannabis contains over 120 different cannabinoids, our oils contain high concentrations of cannabidiol, (CBD), and other trace cannabinoid compounds and terpenes, creating the finest full spectrum cbd oils on the market. CBD oil does not make you get “high” in any way shape or form. Our CBD oil is only a form of cbd rich hemp oil and will not affect you in any way. It is anti psychoactive and cannot get you high.
Our CBD oils are extracted from a strain of cannabis with a high concentration of CBD (cannabdiol) and less than 0.2 percent THC this allows this strain of cannabis to fall within the category of industrial hemp which is grown legally all over the world for a large variety of uses, so this could be considered CBD-rich hemp oil, hemp derived CBD oil, or CBD-rich cannabis oil. Cannabis does not mean marijuana, it is a genus name, and an umbrella term of which all strains of marijuana and hemp fall under. The strain of cannabis we use for our CBD oils is extracted from a specifically bred strain of industrial hemp.
IF A CBD HEMP EXTRACT IS 25% CBD,WHAT’S THE OTHER 75%? WHAT’S IN CBD OIL BESIDES (CBD)?
Our CBD oils contain over 80 different phyto-cannabinoids, mostly cannabidiol (CBD) CBDA, CBG and many more natural phyto cannabinoids. In our cbd oil extracts, they also contain a variety of other natural molecules and plant compounds, including, carbohydrates, amino acids, a perfect ratio of omega 3 & 6 & 9, essential vitamins (B1, B2, B6, D, & E) and trace minerals (including potassium, zinc, iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium ), carotene, chlorophyll, and a large terpene profile all contributing to the entourage effect.
SO WHAT IS CBDA?
CBDA is the acid precursor to CBD. As the hemp plant grows, its produces the molecule CBDA and not CBD. These cannabinoids when they are in their acidic form are usually seen as ‘inactive’. When these acidic cannabinoids are heated, such as cooking, smoking, or vaporization, a process called decarboxylation occurs. In turn CBDA is converted into CBD . Both CBDA and CBD are non-psychoactive, and the will not get you high. Although CBDA is largely seen as inactive, that status does not do it justice. Currently only a small amount of research into the properties of CBDA has been undertaken, but the research and study’s , have found a significant amount of properties within this molecule. This suggests that it contributes to the entourage effect maintaining a healthy endocannabinoid system.