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CBD Oil is an ingestible oil infused with CBD extract. Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in hemp. CBD is one of over 100+ cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant that can be extracted and infused into an oil. CBD is one of the most popular cannabinoids as it has been shown to have many benefits and to influence the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) of the human body.
CBD oil is in an oil base. CBD tincture is in an alcohol base. Alcohol based tinctures are the traditional way herbs and plant constituents have been extracted. Oils are generally more mild in flavor and contain fat. Tinctures are stronger in flavor and contain alcohol.
Oils are a gentle infusion of organic hemp extract and local botanicals in a mild and pleasing base of organic Hawaiian macadamia nut oil or organic coconut oil. Neutral in flavor and containing no sweeteners, our hemp oils are multi-use, intended to be consumed as-is, added to food & beverages, or lightly applied to the skin for topical nourishment. Our Full Spectrum Hemp Oils are available in 3 potencies.
Bold and delightfully flavored alcohol extractions made with organic cane alcohol, organic hemp, local botanicals, and Organic Hawaiian honey. Enjoy directly under the tongue by the dropperful or as a creative beverage enhancement. Full Spectrum Hemp Tinctures are available in 1 potency.
Hemp Oil is generally extracted from the seed of the hemp plant. CBD oil is an infusion of CBD extract into an oil base.
There are many reasons why one might prioritize organic hemp CBD products. Firstly, many people that are using CBD currently have existing health issues. Currently, there are no approved pesticides for the hemp plant. It’s important to know that there could be dangerous agriculture residuals that can often act as a neurotoxin, which is why using only organic hemp is so critical to your health. In addition, hemp can act as a phytoremediator which means that the plant can pull heavy metals from damaged soils into the plant tissues. Organic soils and practices are much less likely to have issues with heavy metals.
By supporting organically grown hemp through the purchase of organic hemp products you are also supporting the health of the farmer who does not have to be exposed to dangerous agriculture chemicals. Chemical fertilizers and agricultural chemicals degrade the soils and destroy the mico-organisms of the soil web which are the building blocks of any healthy soil. Supporting organic hemp products therefore supports the health of the planet and soil.
The top uses for CBD oils and tinctures include support with pain, sleeplessness, anxiety, stress, and general wellness. It has also been used to assist with wound healing both internally and on the skin. It has been used to assist with meditation and relaxation as well.
CBD oils and tinctures can be taken internally at a variety of dosages based on the needs for mild, moderate, or intense relief. CBD oil can be taken as a wellness supplement at a mild dose for general health. It can be taken at more moderate doses to help support general needs for relief and at high doses for acute and chronic issues with more severe or debilitating impacts.
It can be taken with or without food directly from the dropper into the mouth. It can also be dropped into a tea or beverage or eaten on other foods. It is important not to heat the CBD oil over 115 degrees if it will be ingested with food.
CBD use can have some side effects. Though it is often well-tolerated, some users have reported CBD can cause undesired effects such as dry mouth, drowsiness, loss of appetite and fatigue. CBD can also interact with other medications you are taking, such as blood thinners and medications that use the p450 liver enzyme pathway. It is important to double check with your doctor about using CBD if you are on a medication.
CBD Oil has either no, or very little THC (no more than 0.3%). Thus it is non-intoxicating and it does not get you high.
CBD oil is generally considered safe as most people do not have adverse reactions. It is important to note that CBD can interfere with some medications. If you take prescription medication it is recommended to consult with your primary care physician before beginning a CBD routine.
In 2018, the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (the Farm Bill) legalized CBD that is derived from hemp and contains no more than 0.3% THC (by dry weight). Across the 50 states, hemp derived CBD is legal except in states that have enacted legislation that restricts its use. Do your own research to make sure CBD products are legal in your state and that THC levels meet state guidelines.