What is CBD?
CBD stands for cannabidiol. It is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in hemp and marijuana.
CBD facilitates balance in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual realms by enhancing the body's self-healing capacity through the endocannabinoid system.
What is CBG?
CBG stands for cannabigerol, which is another cannabinoid found in the hemp plant along with CBD. It’s non-intoxicating, like CBD. The research shows that CBG can reduce inflammation, pain, nausea and reducing cancer cell growth.
What is CBDV?
CBDV stands for cannabidivarin. It is another cannabinoid that is similar to CBD. Just like CBD, it interacts with the Endocannabinoid System to regulate brain function showing a solid promise in the treatment of epilepsy.
What is THCV?
THCV stands for tetrahydrocannabivarin. THCV and THC share many similarities in molecular structure but they both have quite different properties. THCV does have psychoactive effects but to feel those effects, you would have to consume high quantities. Whereas THC, you can feel the effects with a very low dose. The research shows that THCV lowers blood pressure, increases bone growth production, reduces inflammation, suppresses appetite and decreases anxiety.
What is Full Spectrum CBD oil?
Full spectrum CBD oil is extracted from hemp without filtering out the plant's original phytocannabinoid and terpenes. This extraction provides a variety of other cannabinoids, terpenes, phenols that work best together to magnify the therapeutic benefits of CBD.
What is the flavour of this CBD oil?
It has a nutty, earthy, herbaceous flavour.
Can I experience side effects?
Many studies prove that CBD is safe and virtually free of any side effects. Possible side effects, if you are taking a high dose, are drowsiness and gastrointestinal problems.
How does CBD interact with pharmaceuticals?
CBD can potentially interact with pharmaceuticals by decreasing their effectiveness by inhibiting the activity of cytochrome P450, a family of liver enzymes. This interaction depends on how you take the CBD, how much and when all of these factors into how CBD interacts with your body and the medication. And remember, every individual responds to medications differently depending on genetics, age, weight and other factors.