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To best understand CBD oil and its many benefits for the body, it’s important to first understand CBD. CBD is a special type of chemical compound called a cannabinoid. There are well over 100 cannabinoids occurring in nature — many of them found in the cannabis plant, and others found in the human body.
Those found in the human body are known as endocannabinoids, and they bind to special receptors in the body to stimulate the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system plays a role in a number of bodily functions and contributes to homeostasis, an overall state of well-being.
CBD, on the other hand, occurs naturally in the cannabis plant — namely, in the hemp plant. Though CBD does not occur naturally in the human body, findings suggest that it can interact with cannabinoid receptors to stimulate the endocannabinoid system. This influence naturally strengthens a number of bodily systems and improves the body’s state of homeostasis.
So, where does CBD oil come in? CBD oil is a pure extract of the hemp plant that naturally contains higher levels of CBD. CBD oil also contains the full list of compounds found in the hemp plant, such as chlorophyll, terpenes, flavonoids, healthy fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and even trace cannabinoids.
Once extracted from hemp, CBD oils can be presented in raw form, such as in our Real Scientific Hemp Oil® Green Label products. CBD oil can also be put through a heating process called decarboxylation to increase its CBD concentration, and this type of oil is available in our RSHO® Blue Label products. CBD oils can be put through an additional state-of-the-art filtration process to remove excess plant material for a more refined taste. If you are looking for a more refined option like this, we recommend our RSHO® Gold Label Oil.
With more and more CBD hemp oil products entering the market, those looking to shop CBD oil can easily be overwhelmed with options. At HempMeds®, we’re here to make it easy. Here are just some of the reasons why our CBD hemp oil products are the best in the industry.
Yes, CBD oil is legal. With the 2018 Farm Bill, commodity hemp (the source of most of today’s CBD) was legalized in the United States. Per the 2018 Farm Bill and the Controlled Substances Act, hemp must have no more than 0.3% THC content on a dry weight basis. In some cases, CBD oil is refined even further to contain no measurable THC at all. Properly manufactured CBD oil (most CBD oil for sale today) will, in most cases, not show up on a drug test when used at suggested servings.
Research surrounding CBD is still relatively new, but the results have been quite promising. To understand how CBD may benefit the body, it’s first important to understand what it is. CBD is short for “cannabidiol,” a special type of organic compound found in plants. There are well over 100 naturally-occurring cannabinoids found in nature, as well as within our bodies. The body has a system called the endocannabinoid system that is involved in a wide range of bodily processes. Consuming CBD may revitalize the endocannabinoid system, helping it do its job properly and improve overall well-being.
If you are looking to buy CBD online, you want to be sure that you’re getting the right type of product for your needs. CBD can be ingested, applied topically and even inhaled to bring about purported health benefits. For this reason, CBD is available in a number of different products.
A good CBD shop will carry raw CBD oil and edibles, CBD-infused lotions and creams and much more. Each of these products can be used to improve a number of different issues. If you’re just starting to take CBD, it’s a good idea to begin with a smaller amount and work up to a larger amount as needed. For topical application, apply your CBD product with no more than a few sprays or a thin topical two to three times a day. You can increase or decrease your daily intake of CBD depending on your needs.
Those looking to buy CBD online will need to make sure that the products they choose contain CBD. This is the major difference between CBD oil and hemp seed oil. CBD oil is cultivated from the leaves and stems of the hemp plant and has anywhere from 10-20% CBD content. Hemp seed oil, on the other hand, is cultivated from the seeds of the hemp plant and contains little to no CBD.
When you shop CBD oil in stores, or when you order CBD online from a trusted CBD shop, make sure to check the contents of the product you’re looking at to ensure that you are getting a product that contains CBD.
As mentioned above, when derived from hemp, CBD oil will, in most cases, not show up on a drug test when consumed at the suggested serving. CBD oil made from hemp contains no more than 0.3% THC content on a dry weight basis. Properly manufactured CBD oil will contain no more than trace levels of THC, which means it will not show up on a drug test in most cases, provided it is consumed at its suggested serving. Keep in mind that some CBD is made from cannabis sativa plants that aren’t classified as industrial hemp (meaning they have more than 0.3% THC content). When you buy CBD for sale, make sure that it comes from hemp, and read product information to make sure you are consuming it at the correct serving.
HempMeds® CBD products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any ailment, disorder, condition, or symptom. HempMeds® consumers use our CBD products to naturally promote balance in the body, support everyday wellbeing, encourage better recovery and support overall wellness.
HempMeds® CBD products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any -ailment, disorder, condition, or symptom. The top-quality hemp-derived CBD found in HempMeds® products interacts with the body's endocannabinoid system to support homeostasis in the body, naturally promoting better mood and a sense of balance and calm.
HempMeds® CBD products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any ailment, disorder, condition, or symptom. HempMeds® CBD products are formulated with superior botanicals including top-quality hemp derived CBD which helps support the body’s endocannabinoid system and encourage better rest.
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