Yes: the term cannabis refers to all products derived from the Cannabis sativa plant. Marijuana refers only to the parts or products of the Cannabis sativa plant that contain substantial amounts of THC.
In short, CBD will promote your body’s overall biological well-being without leaving you dazed and confused.
Yes. While hemp and marijuana are both derived from the Cannabis sativa plant, they are not actually cannabis plants themselves. Hemp is a term used to classify varieties of cannabis that contain 0.3% or less THC content. Marijuana classifies varieties of cannabis that contain 0.3% or more THC content.
Absolutely. While CBD and hemp oil/hempseed oil are all derived from the Cannabis sativa plant, hemp or hempseed oil does NOT contain CBD. Hemp oil and hempseed oilprovide anti-inflammatory properties that soothe skin irritationcaused by acne, psoriasis and eczema. These oils also help prevent early signs of aging by reducing the presence of fine lines and wrinkles.
Everyone knows oil and water don’t mix. So with the human body comprised of roughly 60% water, can CBD oil can really make an impact?
The answer is yes: whether you choose a product with CBD oil or Nano CBD, you will feel the effect on your body’s natural endocannabinoid levels.The question comes down to bioavailability, defined as the proportion of any drug or other substance to enter into the body’s circulation and have an active effect. Different forms of CBD achieve varying levels of bioavailability.
Oil-based CBD provides a slower, more sustained release into the bloodstream, with up to 20% of the CBD oil reaching the bloodstream directly. Nano (Water Soluble ) CBD reduces the CBD oil compounds to increase absorption by the body. Nano CBD can be absorbed by the body at a rate near 100%, which means you will feel the impact more quickly. In general you can expect 3-4 times faster than CBD oil.
The bottom line: you can easily increase or decrease your CBD intake by incorporating a variety of oil-based and water-soluble options.
Full-spectrum CBD means the extract contains all of the phytochemicals naturally found in the cannabis plant, including CBD, trace cannabinoids, terpenes and essential oils. Full-spectrum CBD extract also includes a negligible THC content (below 0.3%).
Some of the additional cannabinoids found in full-spectrum extracts include:
CBN, CBC, CBG, CBDA, CBDV
The combination of all phytochemicals and THC found in full-spectrum CBD helps to amply the unique benefits of each individual cannabinoid. This is often referred to as the Entourage Effect.
The Entourage Effect is the working synergy among all of the cannabis components, with each individual component working together with other cannabis compounds to enhance health and wellness benefits while mitigating any potential side effects.
Broad-spectrum CBD refers to extracts containing many of the phytochemicals naturally found in the cannabis plant including CBD along with additional cannabinoids, terpenes and essential oils. There is one very notable difference from full-spectrum CBD: broad-spectrum CBD contains NO traces of THC, which is completely removed after the initial extraction.
Broad-spectrum CBD contains many of the phytochemicals found in full-spectrum CBD extracts but without any THC. It also creates an Entourage Effect with the enhancement of CBD’s health benefits while at the same time reducing possible side effects.
CBD Isolate refers to extracts containing only cannabidiol. CBD Isolate does not contain THC or any other phytochemicals naturally derived from the Cannabis sativa plant. This extraction process leaves behind pure CBD in crystal form, delivering the most highly concentrated CBD product currently available.