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What is CBD?

Cannabidiol is among the most abundant and popular compounds in the cannabis sativa plant. Unlike some of the other compounds, CBD is non-toxic, non-euphoric and non-psychoactive. Furthermore,the compound used for relief to a wide range of health disorders.

CBD is in a group of up to 60 major cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. Among the compounds, THC and CBD are the highest concentrations and therefore most researched and known.

Thankfully, through improved selective breeding techniques breeders can create strains with high concentrations of CBD and zero THC. And even though rare, these strains have grown in popularity over the last few years.

 

Non-Psychoactive

CBD does not have any high, and that makes it unpopular among recreational users. However, it anti-inflammatory and non-psychoactive properties make it ideal for the treatment of various conditions. It has no side effects and therefore, popular among health professionals.

CBD has a different pathway from THC, and that explains its non-psychoactive properties. The pathways, CB1 receptors are in high concentrations in the brain and responsible for the mind-altering effects associated with THC. A 2011 Current Drug Safety review concluded that CBD does not interfere with psychological and psychomotor functions of the brain. The compound is well-tolerated even at high doses.

 

Medical Benefits of CBD

There are current studies of CBD’s health promoting benefits, which may include promoting the following below.  These have not been evaluated by the FDA, however have been reported by many of people in our community and across the internet.

  • Antiemetic (Reducing nausea & vomiting)
  • Antipsychotic (Combating psychosis disorders)
  • Anti-inflammatory (Combating inflammatory disorders)
  • Anti-oxidant (Combating neurodegenerative disorders)
  • Anxiolytic/Anti-depressant (Combating anxiety and depression disorders)

CBDGamma FAQ

Shipping

At CBDgamma, it is our pride to deliver purchased items with speed. Usually, it takes around 2 and 3 days to get your items and will take about a day to process new orders. Please note that tracking information for carriers may not be immediately available.

CBDgamma ships the proprietary hemp oil extract to all the states in the US. The 2018 Farm bill classifies hemp oil as a product with less than 0.3% THC, and therefore safe for use. And because our products have less than 0.3% THC, federal law allows us to ship to your doorstep in all the 50 states.

We will accept returns under particular conditions. Nonetheless, it is up to you to find out the relevant rules and regulations controlling CBD oil and marijuana products in your country. If for any particular reason your order does not arrive, we are ready to take the next steps to remedy the situation. Go through our Shipping and Returns page for more information.

CBDgamma ships the hemp oil to over 40 countries including Austria, Argentina, Brazil, Belize, Bulgaria, Australia, Columbia, China, Chile, Cyprus, Croatia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Germany, Georgia, France, Greece, Guam, Guatemala, Hungary, Hong Kong, Iceland, Japan, India, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Mexico, Lithuania, Antilles, Paraguay, Northern Ireland, Peru, Norway, Puerto Rico, Portugal, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Uruguay, and US Virgin Islands among others.

We leave it up to the CBD oil customer to determine the relevant laws and regulations regarding CBD oil in your country. If your order is undelivered, we are always ready to help by taking the next steps. If you have shipping questions or regarding the payment procedures, please feel free to contact us. We are here for you.

Yes we offer same day delivery or pick up service for our local customers,our office located at beautiful Venice,CA. BUT It is highly recommended to call US and confirm availability of product before cooming as we don’t carry some brands products at our Venice office.

About CBD oil

CBD is one of the leading composites in the cannabis sativa or the industrial hemp. It is one of the most abundant constituents in the marijuana plant, and which does not have any psychoactive effects. CBD is the subject of numerous studies to uncover its benefits on the human body.

Understandably, most people are familiar with THC, another abundant compound in the hemp plant, with intoxicating effects. Cannabidiol, contrariwise, does not have any intoxicating effects and is mostly safe to consume for most people.

The cannabis plant has been found to have more than 100 phytonutrients and cannabidiol as among the most abundant among them. And unlike THC, CBD does not have any ‘high, effects, and its use is mostly for medicinal purposes, not recreational.

CBD works effectively by binding to the endocannabinoid system in your body to create a balance and bring about healing.

The ECS is the natural regulatory system in your body. It is at the center of maintaining homeostasis between your immune system and the central nervous system, among other systems that bring balance to your body. The human body produces endocannabinoids which interact with the phytonutrients in the cannabis plant to bring about balance and overall well-being.

Learn more about the endocannabinoid system here.

They are fatty compounds found in most living things. These compounds are most abundant in the cannabis plant. There are more than 80 known compounds that contribute to your overall health and well-being, and CBD oil effectively supplements these compounds.

Whether derived from marijuana or hemp, CBD is the same. But unlike hemp, cannabis contains a significant amount of THC that causes psychoactive effects. Hemp, in contrast, includes a lot of non-psychoactive compounds such as CBG and CBD, and therefore ideal for CBD oil-based products.

Both hemp and marijuana are from the cannabis sativa genus and species. Therefore, the CBD from hemp is the same one in marijuana. The only difference between hemp and marijuana is the amount of psychoactive causing compound, THC, in each of them.

The Entourage effect is the method by which your body takes advantage of external cannabinoids such as CBD, terpenes, and CBG. By taking a full-spectrum CBD oil product that contains all the beneficial compounds such as terpenes, CBD and other beneficial phytonutrients means that you’re getting the most than consuming a product with only one compound. This is what we refer to as the Entourage effect.

CBD oil has a handful of applications, packaging, and dosages. The fastest way to consume CBD oil for the most rapid effect is sublingual, where you put several drops under the tongue and hold it for between 30 and 60 seconds. This is the fastest absorption that ensures you get the best from CBD oil.

You can also utilize it topically on the problem area on your skin or blend it with your favorite moisturizer. CBD oil can also be in a blend of smoothies.

Numerous categories of CBD oil include broad-spectrum CBD, CBD isolate and pure spectrum CBD products. CBDgamma only deals with full-spectrum CBD.

The benefit of full-spectrum CBD is that it contains a whole lot of hemp-derived compounds and has minimal amount of THC, mostly less than 0.3%. The total effect of consuming our full-spectrum CBD oil is an enhanced entourage effect, meaning that you get the best from CBD oil.

On the other hand, broad-spectrum CBD undergoes a lot of refining to remove THC as much as possible. The removal process is thermal and chemical, which negatively affects the quality of the final product. Finally, CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD, where all the THC and other compounds have been removed. The CBD is 99% pure.

The 2018 US Farm bill legalized industrial hemp. That means CBD is now illegal in all 50 states. However, it must contain less than 0.3% THC. Individual states are also passing legislation to legalize CBD and associated products further.

You will not need a prescription to get CBD from your local store or online. Outside the United States, laws governing the consumption of CBD and hemp-based products vary significantly. It is recommended that you research the laws regarding CBD in your country before making a purchase.

If the current reports and research are to go by, CBD oil is effective on anxiety, chronic pain, depression, and other everyday ailments. And while we will refrain from making claims on what CBD oil can do or what cannot do, cannabidiol has been shown to have a positive effect on the lives of human beings and pets.

CBD oil has a handful of applications, packaging, and dosages. The fastest way to consume CBD oil for the most rapid effect is sublingual, where you put several drops under the tongue and hold it for between 30 and 60 seconds. This is the fastest absorption that ensures you get the best from CBD oil.

You can also utilize it topically on the problem area on your skin or blend it with your favorite moisturizer. CBD oil can also be in a blend of smoothies.

To abide by the federal regulations, we will refrain from making individual claims regarding the effectiveness of CBD oil on particular conditions. But we encourage you to do your research and consult with your doctor about CBD oil and hemp-based products.

Sublingual consumption of CBD oil is the most effective and fastest way of absorbing CBD oil. CBD oil is also multifunctional, and you can use it in baking and cooking. You can also augment it to your favorite drink or water. However, CBDgamma recommends sublingual consumption or dosing to get the most out of it.

Place about ten drops under your tongue for between 15 and 30 seconds before letting it down to the stomach.

It’s not possible to get high on CBD oil because it does not contain any psychoactive compounds such as THC. The amount of THC in our CBD oil is below 0.3%. The typical joint has between 10% and above 30% THC.

You will not experience any high by taking CBDgamma CBD oil like you would with other marijuana-based products.

CBDgamma recommends from 25mg to 100mg daily for the maximum effect. Consistency is critical when it comes to taking CBD oil for maximum benefits. We also recommend taking the CBD product at the same time, and preferably morning and night. Split the dosage if necessary.

You can then fine-tune the number of drops according to your body’s reaction. Remember that we are all different, and CBD oil may not have the same effect.

Above all else, it is essential to examine the quality of the CBD oil. Is The hemp natural or organic, and where does it come from? Does every batch of the CBD product come with lab reports?

You can then consider the most appropriate product for you as it is not all forms of CBD products that may be appropriate. Take your time to read the reviews and research the different products before making the final decision. You may need to try the different CBD products to find which works best for you.

If you are on medication or other dietary or health supplementation, consult your doctor before you plunge into CBD oil consumption.

Our CBD products has less than 0.3% THC, as mandated by federal regulations. It is, therefore, possible to test positive in a drug test. However, you should realize that drug tests vary according to sensitivity, and you can test positive in one test and not another. We cannot guarantee one method will prevent testing positive.

Apart from testing our CBD oil in the house, we have multiple third-party labs that we use to make sure our products are free from pesticides, herbicides, mycotoxins, heavy metals, fungi, mold, and other harmful chemicals. We make sure that our CBD products have the maximum amount of terpenes and other beneficial compounds in the hemp plant.

We use our world-class equipment and cutting-edge testing to ensure the quality and purity of our products.

We would never think of compromising our reputation by selling brands or products made from CBD oil isolate or synthetic cannabinoids. CBDgamma sells only trusted brands who produced whole plant extract that is rich in terpenes, beneficial oils, and cannabinoids.

Apart from CBD, other beneficial cannabinoids in our CBD oil include CBG, CBC, CBDA, and CBDV. These compounds do not have any psychoactive effects and are under research for a variety of health benefits.

The various compounds in the CBD oil synergistically work together to produce an entourage effect that is most beneficial to your body.

The CBD oil dropper should always be clean before using it orally or sublingually. Clean it after use to prevent bacteria dropping inside. You can use an alcohol swab or warm water to run through it.

The Dropper should always be completely dry before putting it back in the bottle.

CBD brands we’re selling are MADE IN USA on Colorado or California farms .

We have full-spectrum CBD oil for pets, as well. There’s CBD oil for cats, dogs, and other pets and animals. And similar to any other health or dietary supplements for pets, consult a qualified veterinarian before starting your pet on CBD oil.

If you follow the recommended dosage, there should never be any side effects associated with CBD oil for pets. Keep an eye on your cat as you use the CBD oil on them. The animals may not speak like humans and watch out for symptoms of overdose, such as diarrhea, drowsiness, and upset stomach. Consult with your vet to ensure the best dosage and health for your pets.

Green extraction methods

The primary method is green extraction method that uses CO2, which leaves no chemicals, heavy metals, toxins or affects the quality of the CBD in any way. CO2 is usually safe, and you can find it in carbonated drinks. Your body produces CO2 when you exhale, and that says a lot about its safety.

CBD Users Guide + Encyclopedia

2-AG (2-arachidonoyl glycerol): One of the two currently identified endogenous cannabinoids and known to be mostly in the central nervous system.

AE-A: Anandamide or Arachidonoyl ethanolamide, an endogenous cannabinoid molecule discovered by Raphael Mechoulam and his team. The molecule found in the early 1990s and plays a vital role in the body such as regulating sleep, digestion and pain among other body functions.

Anandamide: Another name for AEA, an endocannabinoid signalling molecule. It is the combination of the word Ananda, meaning briss in Sanskrit and amide, a name for the majority molecular structure.

Beta-caryophyllene: A type of terpene present in some varieties of cannabis.

Bidirectional: Therapeutic effects with different results on different individuals. For example, sedating for one group and stimulating for another.

Bioavailability: A portion of the substance that once ingested can find its way to the bloodstream.

Biphasic: It is a situation where an increase of the dose during titration is not always better, after a certain point. Increasing it may cause reduced results.

BLD (broad-leaf drug): a wide-leafed THC dominant Cannabis variety often referred to as Indica.

Cannabinoids: elements that are capable of activating cannabinoid receptors, including synthetic cannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and endocannabinoids.

Cannabis hyperemesis syndrome: A cannabinoid toxicity that occurs rarely and often characterized by nausea and vomiting among chronic users.

CB1 (cannabinoid-l) receptor: A central nervous system-based receptor associated with the efficacy of tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.

CB2 (cannabinoid-2) receptor:  A receptor that scientists believe to be mostly in the peripheral nervous system, gastrointestinal system and to a smaller extent, the central nervous system.

CBC (cannabichromene): A supposedly anti-inflammatory phytocannabinoid.

CBD (cannabidiol): A significant compound in the marijuana plant that may be up to 40% of the extract. The phytocannabinoid is associated with a wide variety of therapeutic benefits and known to have zero psychoactive effects.

CBDA (cannabidiolic acid): A form of acidic CBD, often found in the fresh plant.

CBDVA (cannabidivarin): the CBD variant is most common in Himalayan varieties.

CBG (cannabigerol): A precursor phytocannabinoid, typically used by the plant enzymes in the production of THC and CBD.

Chemotype: The term used to refer to a distinct combination of chemical elements.

Cytochrome P450: a category of liver enzymes.

Decarboxylation: It is typically decarbing or activating using heat. It is a term used to describe a chemical reaction where acidic cannabinoids convert to their more bioavailable form.

Endocannabinoid: A neuromodulatory lipid or endogenous cannabinoid Involved in the control of various physical systems.

Endocannabinoid system: an endogenous neuromodulator system of chemicals and their receptors usually located in the mammalian brain and throughout the body.

Endogenous: Occurs naturally in the body.

Entourage effect: Pharmacological effects that happen in synergy after interacting with the cannabinoids and terpenes among others found in the cannabis Sativa plant.

First-pass metabolism: Where the concentration of elements, such as active ingredients in medicine, become significantly reduced in metabolism before getting into the circulation.

Indica: A variety of broad-leaved cannabis Sativa plants with special sedating effects.

Industrial hemp: A high CBD and low THC content cannabis plant mostly used for the production of fibre.

Kush: A highly Potent cannabis variety with high levels of THC and which originated in central Asia in Hindu Kush mountains.

Leaflet: A part of the compound leaf and which looks like a leaf but without a branch or stem.

Limonene: A terpene with stimulating and antibacterial properties known to have a citrus aroma.

Linalool: a terpene with calming properties and usually has a floral aroma.

Marijuana: a cannabis slang from Mexico and popularized in the US by anti-drug Crusaders in an attempt to associate it with minorities in a society.

Myrcene: a terpene, famous for its sedative properties.

NLD (narrow-leaf drug): A THC dominant cannabis variety with leaflets that are characteristically narrow and mostly referred to as Sativa.

Oromucosal delivery: Use of a mouth spray to administer a compound to be absorbed through your mouth’s buccal mucosa lining.

Peripheral body: Mostly refers to the outer areas of your body, away from the centre.

Phenotype: Observable distinct characteristics of an organism or plant-based on its environment or genetics.

Phytocannabinoid: A compound found explicitly in the cannabis plant.

Pinene: a pine aroma terpene with uplifting characteristics.

Psychoactivity: A substance property with a profound effect on the mind, mood, processes.

Sativa: A term used to describe a narrow, very stimulating cannabis variety.

Sensimilla: A female and pollinated and seedless cannabis flower

Synthetic cannabinoid: A cannabinoid made in the lab.

Terpene, terpenoid: Hydrocarbons in most essential oils and usually volatile

Terpinolene: a terpene prevalent for its anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties.

THC (tetrahydrocannabinol/Δ9 tetrahydrocannabinol): The main psychoactive compound in the cannabis Sativa plant.

THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid): Usually in the fresh plant, this is THC in the raw acidic form. Even though non-psychoactive, it transforms to THC after decarboxylation or breaks down over time.

THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin): A THC propyl variant with effects opposite to THC. Its effects on the cannabinoid receptors are antagonistic.

Tincture: Liquid CBD Substance

Tolerance: Reaction to medication whereby the effects diminish over time.

Trichome: Crystalline and specialised epidermal hairs in stalks, leaves and buds of cannabis plants that produce a resin with therapeutic effects.

TRPVI (transient receptor potential vanilloid receptor): A receptor in your body that is responsible for inflammatory pain.

2-AG (2-arachidonoyl glycerol): One of the two currently identified endogenous cannabinoids and known to be mostly in the central nervous system.

AE-A: Anandamide or Arachidonoyl ethanolamide, an endogenous cannabinoid molecule discovered by Raphael Mechoulam and his team. The molecule found in the early 1990s and plays a vital role in the body such as regulating sleep, digestion and pain among other body functions.

Anandamide: Another name for AEA, an endocannabinoid signalling molecule. It is the combination of the word Ananda, meaning briss in Sanskrit and amide, a name for the majority molecular structure.

Beta-caryophyllene: A type of terpene present in some varieties of cannabis.

Bidirectional: Therapeutic effects with different results on different individuals. For example, sedating for one group and stimulating for another.

Bioavailability: A portion of the substance that once ingested can find its way to the bloodstream.

Biphasic: It is a situation where an increase of the dose during titration is not always better, after a certain point. Increasing it may cause reduced results.

BLD (broad-leaf drug): a wide-leafed THC dominant Cannabis variety often referred to as Indica.

Cannabinoids: elements that are capable of activating cannabinoid receptors, including synthetic cannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and endocannabinoids.

Cannabis hyperemesis syndrome: A cannabinoid toxicity that occurs rarely and often characterized by nausea and vomiting among chronic users.

CB1 (cannabinoid-l) receptor: A central nervous system-based receptor associated with the efficacy of tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.

CB2 (cannabinoid-2) receptor:  A receptor that scientists believe to be mostly in the peripheral nervous system, gastrointestinal system and to a smaller extent, the central nervous system.

CBC (cannabichromene): A supposedly anti-inflammatory phytocannabinoid.

CBD (cannabidiol): A significant compound in the marijuana plant that may be up to 40% of the extract. The phytocannabinoid is associated with a wide variety of therapeutic benefits and known to have zero psychoactive effects.

CBDA (cannabidiolic acid): A form of acidic CBD, often found in the fresh plant.

CBDVA (cannabidivarin): the CBD variant is most common in Himalayan varieties.

CBG (cannabigerol): A precursor phytocannabinoid, typically used by the plant enzymes in the production of THC and CBD.

Chemotype: The term used to refer to a distinct combination of chemical elements.

Cytochrome P450: a category of liver enzymes.

Decarboxylation: It is typically decarbing or activating using heat. It is a term used to describe a chemical reaction where acidic cannabinoids convert to their more bioavailable form.

Endocannabinoid: A neuromodulatory lipid or endogenous cannabinoid Involved in the control of various physical systems.

Endocannabinoid system: an endogenous neuromodulator system of chemicals and their receptors usually located in the mammalian brain and throughout the body.

Endogenous: Occurs naturally in the body.

Entourage effect: Pharmacological effects that happen in synergy after interacting with the cannabinoids and terpenes among others found in the cannabis Sativa plant.

First-pass metabolism: Where the concentration of elements, such as active ingredients in medicine, become significantly reduced in metabolism before getting into the circulation.

Indica: A variety of broad-leaved cannabis Sativa plants with special sedating effects.

Industrial hemp: A high CBD and low THC content cannabis plant mostly used for the production of fibre.

Kush: A highly Potent cannabis variety with high levels of THC and which originated in central Asia in Hindu Kush mountains.

Leaflet: A part of the compound leaf and which looks like a leaf but without a branch or stem.

Limonene: A terpene with stimulating and antibacterial properties known to have a citrus aroma.

Linalool: a terpene with calming properties and usually has a floral aroma.

Marijuana: a cannabis slang from Mexico and popularized in the US by anti-drug Crusaders in an attempt to associate it with minorities in a society.

Myrcene: a terpene, famous for its sedative properties.

NLD (narrow-leaf drug): A THC dominant cannabis variety with leaflets that are characteristically narrow and mostly referred to as Sativa.

Oromucosal delivery: Use of a mouth spray to administer a compound to be absorbed through your mouth’s buccal mucosa lining.

Peripheral body: Mostly refers to the outer areas of your body, away from the centre.

Phenotype: Observable distinct characteristics of an organism or plant-based on its environment or genetics.

Phytocannabinoid: A compound found explicitly in the cannabis plant.

Pinene: a pine aroma terpene with uplifting characteristics.

Psychoactivity: A substance property with a profound effect on the mind, mood, processes.

Sativa: A term used to describe a narrow, very stimulating cannabis variety.

Sensimilla: A female and pollinated and seedless cannabis flower

Synthetic cannabinoid: A cannabinoid made in the lab.

Terpene, terpenoid: Hydrocarbons in most essential oils and usually volatile

Terpinolene: a terpene prevalent for its anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties.

THC (tetrahydrocannabinol/Δ9 tetrahydrocannabinol): The main psychoactive compound in the cannabis Sativa plant.

THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid): Usually in the fresh plant, this is THC in the raw acidic form. Even though non-psychoactive, it transforms to THC after decarboxylation or breaks down over time.

THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin): A THC propyl variant with effects opposite to THC. Its effects on the cannabinoid receptors are antagonistic.

Tincture: Liquid CBD Substance

Tolerance: Reaction to medication whereby the effects diminish over time.

Trichome: Crystalline and specialised epidermal hairs in stalks, leaves and buds of cannabis plants that produce a resin with therapeutic effects.

TRPVI (transient receptor potential vanilloid receptor): A receptor in your body that is responsible for inflammatory pain.

How can I Consume CBD?

Undoubtedly, the number of cannabis products has grown in leaps and bounds. As legal and cultural attitudes towards hemp and cannabis continue to change for the better, and growth in cannabis technology, you can expect an abundance of choice for consumption.

In contemporary times, people looking to consume cannabidiol can do so by vaping or smoking, or gobble down an edible in the form of chocolate. Alternatively, they can apply it on their feet as an organic salve or even place some drops beneath their tongues. Industry professionals and doctors refer to these different ways of consumption as delivery methods. In more medical terms, they refer to them as routes of administration. The various techniques include sublingual consumption, inhalation, topical absorption and ingestion. Each of the courses of administration has both their pros and cons and each person chooses the one which is most appropriate for them.

The Delivery Methods

 OPTIONSONSET

(MINS)

TIME (HRS)BIOAVAILABILITY
InhalationVaping and smoking,

 

Between 2 and 152-4Between 17% and 44%
IngestionCBD

Oil, Edibles, capsules

Between 30 and 906-8Between 6% and 15%
Sublingual (under the tongue)Tinctures, strips,

tablets, sprays,

high-potency oil

Between 15 and 302-4Between 6% and 20%
TopicalBalms, oils, creams, salves,

sprays

Between 15 and 302-4N/A
TransdermalGels and patches

 

Between 15 and 304 (gels) or more than 8 (patches)~90%

 

Ideally, you should try the different methods until you find the one that works for you.

Bioavailability

Of course, there are so many ways that you can consume CBD. But how would you determine the best one for you? Among the factors to take into account include safety and purity of the product, the reason for consumption, potency and ingredients, among others. But one of the most important and often overlooked is bioavailability.

Simply, bioavailability is the quantified absorption rate. It is how much of the CBD that becomes available for use by the body systems. Consuming 10 milligrams of CBD does not mean that all of it becomes available to your body. There are various variables to consider.

Well, the delivery method is as vital as it gets because it determines how and how much CBD reaches your body systems. Some plans are more efficient than others, and they allow your body to metabolize the CBD in varying ways before entering the blood system. Typically, it is through this process that you lose some of the CBD.

Other factors that affect absorption include biochemistry, state of your endocannabinoid system, the food that you consumed, metabolism and the frequency of CBD consumption. As mentioned earlier, all these factors are different depending on the dose, time of the day, and personal characteristics.

The bioavailability figures mentioned above are average percentages. Please note that they are a work in progress, and scientists are always working to understand and improve them.

Ideally, you should understand how different CBD products work and how your body absorbs them. That way, you can figure out a working formula on the consumption, and get the best out of the products. It will also help to get the most to cater to your needs.

You can also improve the bioavailability by your diet. Typically, cannabinoids are lipophilic compounds or fat-loving. A healthy level of saturated fats in your body enhances the bioavailability of CBD. Well, some of the healthy foods with a healthy amount of fats include lamb, beef, eggs and dairy products with high amounts of fat. Coconut oil, pork and avocado are the other types of food that you can take to improve absorption. Some of the animal studies suggest that bioavailability improves with the consumption of the listed foods and CBD.

But apart from bioavailability, it is crucial to choose the products and delivery methods that you are most comfortable with.

Inhalation

In contemporary times, inhalation is more than smoking a joint. It also includes Vaping, a method that was not popular until recently. You, therefore, have the option of either rolling up particular strains of CBD dominant cannabis flower or Vaping.

Inhalation has a quick onset of only a couple of minutes. The peak effect is within 30 minutes, and that means you can get immediate relief when you need it most. For example, when you want to get relief from pain or anxiety. Typically, CBD goes straight to your lungs and to the bloodstream without any delay. Inhalation has a high bioavailability of about 35%, second only to transdermal.

The only shortcoming of inhalation is the toxic substances in the smoke. The elements can be carcinogenic and irritate the lungs. Smoking is, therefore, least favorable, and if you have a choice, go with vaping. Also, the therapeutic effects of this method are the lowest, lasting only three or four hours.

Smoking

Smoking remains one of the most popular methods for CBD consumption. Undoubtedly, CBD is growing in popularity, and growers are finding new ways of focusing on strains with right CBD concentration. If you live in a state with a good program for adult or medical use, then the chances are that you will come across the following good strains. Here are some of the CBD-rich strains you may come across at your local dispensary. All the ratios stated below are CBD vs THC.

  • Sweet and Sour Widow (1:1)
  • Omrita RX (1:1)
  • ACDC (20:1)
  • Remedy (15:1)
  • Pennywise (1:1)
  • Valentine X (25:1)
  • Harlequin (5:2)
  • Charlotte’s web (24:1)
  • Cannatonic (5:1)
  • Sour Tsunami (1:1)
  • Ringo’s Gift (24: 1)
  • Dancehall (20:1)

Having access to different flowers or chemovars gifts you with the broadest selection. You can use the flowers to smoke or make edibles and tinctures to use at home. So, if you find a particular strain that you love and it does not have legal issues in your state, then why not?

Smoking is not hard, and you don’t require any specialised equipment. You only need to grind and roll before you smoke it away to pain relief or reduced anxiety. You are also free to use a pipe if you prefer.

And even though cannabis smoke is healthier, according to research, it still has the same disadvantages as cigarette smoke. The method leads to lung irritation and inflammation, and therefore not ideal for patients. This is especially so if you’re dealing with inflammatory conditions or weakened immune systems. Also, smoking is the least discrete of the methods, and some of us would never be caught doing it.

Vaporizing

Vaporizers function by heating the cannabinoids without producing smoke and the toxins associated with smoking. The heating is below the combustion level, and only provides a cannabinoids-rich vapour that may be visible depending on the weather.

You will typically find vaporizers that work with concentrates or flowers or even both. The heating method is either convection or conduction. The conduction models are generally compact and discrete. They usually heat the product directly, easy to use, quick and inexpensive. Vaporizers that come with a concentrate cartridge are induction models, and they allow you to adjust the temperature easily. Cheaper models are not easy to adjust the temperature and can cause inconsistency in combustion.

Note that convection has a more even distribution of heat. These vaporizers are ideal with flowers and when you need to preserve terpenes. In comparison to the conduction models, the convection vaporizers are larger and more expensive. But that does not mean you will not get a portable model. There are many of them in the market. Temperature control with convection vaporizers is precise. Some of the newer models come with apps that you can install in your smartphone to control the temperature. Given the fact that the different terpenes and cannabinoids have varying boiling points, temperature control is critical. It means that you can consume the various compounds in stages, and depending on the benefit you are looking for. Of course, they are less discrete than conduction models, but they offer a quick way to medicate.

What is a Concentrate or Extract

It is a blanket term used to describe a hemp or cannabis product where the extraction of the plant compounds mostly occurs using a solvent. The finished product is usually in a concentrated form. These are also extracts, and you can use this term to describe different products regardless of the delivery method. Among the most popular concentrate products include CBD oil tincture and vape products.

When purchasing a cartridge or concentrate for vaping, make sure that it is all organic, without any additives or flavours. Some of the thinning products such as polyethene glycol and propylene glycol, usually added to concentrates are potentially carcinogenic when heated. Avoid vape products with these substances at all costs. You should also enquire about the extraction method, that is if not stated on the package. The majority of the States require the companies to state the ingredients on the product label.

Ingestion

The ‘First-pass effect’ Is an excellent place to begin when looking at ingestion methods. Your liver processes everything that goes inside your mouth before it can become available for use by your body systems. The same case applies to cannabinoids in a process called First Pass metabolism before they can get into the bloodstream.

By passing through the liver, cannabinoids undergo changes that alter the way your body uses them and the effect they will have. A good example is the THC containing edibles that are quite potent than other methods. Usually, the stomach acid and enzymes break down a big part of the product, and only a small portion gets to the bloodstream.

To increase bioavailability, some producers coat the cannabinoids with cyclodextrins, a ring of starch-derived sugars. That is why the onset is usually longer than the other methods, depending on the metabolism and what you ate that day. The effects of the ingested CBD products will last longer. And because of the first pass effect by the liver, the bioavailability is usually much lower – between 6% and 15%. Based on your GI tract, the absorption rate can be inconsistent and much lower.

Ingestion is a very discreet, convenient and easy way of consuming CBD products. There are various CBD products available to take this way. Based on the prolonged effect, ingestion is, therefore, preferably for all night or all day effects. Self filtration is also natural and because most of the CBD products label contains information on concentration.

The method is also the perfect option for people with IBS, IBID and other inflammatory bowel conditions. The medicine gets to where the problem is, and that is the main idea.

Edibles

Any infused CBD drink or food is what we refer to as edibles. The fast-growing category has products such as chocolate bars, Energy bars, lollipops, gummies, and muffins, among others. The primary ingredient for edibles can be butter, infused oils or raw plant matter.

There is certain notoriety associated with edibles, especially among marijuana enthusiasts. There are stories of a patient or consumer taking too much THC after consuming a delicious edible. However, most of the products on the market have a label with ingredient information to help you make a choice. You can determine how much of the particular ingredient you need to ingest, depending on your needs and other factors. With CBD products, intoxication is not an issue, but it is always good to know what you are consuming. Always start low and go slow when experimenting with different combinations of CBD and THC.

If you have access to a Cannabis flower, you can as well make your own CBD infused butter or oils. You can always use a cookbook to help you do it properly. Unfortunately, with homemade edibles, dosing is a little bit difficult. But if dosing is not an issue, you can avoid commercially processed foods by preparing your infusions.

Edibles are not only discrete but convenient as well to take with you throughout the day. Preparing them yourself is more economical than buying from the dispensary. Plus you get to use your favourite ingredients and cooking methods. Just make sure that the edibles are out of reach of pets and children.

CBD Oil (Tincture)

In most cases, CBD oil and CBD tincture are interchangeable. Most producers use one term or the other to mean the same thing. In some cases, the alcohol-based products are tinctures and made by infusing a carrier oil such as medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) oil and coconut oil, among others. The extracted concentrate usually is from hemp or cannabis.

CBD tinctures and oil are quite versatile since you can consume them like edibles or sublingually. If putting a few drops under your tongue or sloshing it in your mouth is a bit tricky, you can add it to the pancakes or cookies. Some will also add it to coffee or smoothies for enjoyable consumption. To enhance the bioavailability, fatty foods are ideal.

Capsules: You can quickly ingest your daily dose of CBD by Simply taking capsules. CBD infused oil capsules are especially convenient and easy to consume. They are also discreet, portable and have standardized dosing. You get similar benefits to edibles without the calories.

Juicing

Another method that is increasingly becoming popular by the day is juicing. Hemp and cannabis are typically vegetables, and they offer the same benefits as the green vegetables that you usually take. For example, they have potent antioxidants, iron, fibre and calcium, among others.

Furthermore, cannabis juice has similar benefits to those of CBD and THC. In terms of potency, juicing is one of the best ways of consuming CBDA. On the downside, juicing requires fresh hemp or cannabis, and that can only be available in states that you are free to grow your own. Check the adult use, medical and other laws and regulations on cannabis use.

Sublingual and Mucosal

The delivery method depends on the mucous membranes in the cheeks and under the tongue for CBD absorption. The capillaries in the connective tissue diffuse the CBD, which then enters the bloodstream. And because this method bypasses the liver and stomach, it’s bioavailability is much better. It is also a reasonably fast-acting method. Animal studies indicate that terpenes such as terpineol, pinene and linalool have a better bioavailability in the mouth.

Before becoming illegal in 1937, cannabis tinctures were quite popular. Even though tinctures are the typical sublingual medication, other products have been redesigned to allow for oral or sublingual consumption.

Tinctures

Tinctures are convenient, effective and easy to consume. They are also the best for self-titration because you can quantify the amount by drop or millimetre by millimetre. You can easily regulate the amount of CBD that you consume. Tincture bottles are usually 30 millimetres or 1 oz and typically contain droppers to quickly pull up the contents. Some bottles come with a cap that a syringe can easily penetrate. Either method is convenient and allows you to push the materials under the tongue.

The best droppers will come labelled for more straightforward measurement. Usually, there are about 20 drops in the dropper, and it often is 1 millimetre. Most CBD tinctures have a general potency of between 10 and 20 milligrams per millilitre, but that does not mean you cannot find higher. Tinctures are highly portable and discreet, but you must make sure to secure the cap before transportation. You can have homemade tinctures with vegetable glycerine or high-proof alcohol. Well, the internet is awash with tips, recipes and pointers.

The only disadvantage with tinctures is that the flavour is bitter and strong. Furthermore, the alcohol-based tinctures can have a burning effect inside your mouth. You can mix with honey if this happens. Glycerine and oil-based tinctures are ideal for mixing with food and beverages. If you want to have your mixture, make sure that you get organic and food-grade vegetable glycerine. Others may contain industrial processing byproducts or GMO corn or soy.

Lozenges

You can make sure to sneak in a bit of the CBD into your body through lozenges. With about five milligrams of CBD, lozenges do not have such a significant concentration, but they are discrete, portable and convenient. Even better, they utilise the mucous membrane in your mouth to work.

HIGH-POTENCY CANNABIDIOL AND OTHERS

To avoid drug interactions, always let your doctor know about any high potency CBD product that you intend to take or you are already taking.

High Potency Oil

The extract applicators or oral applicators are usually high potency oils. The highly concentrated oils are super thick, viscous, and quite dark in colour. They are most appropriate for people that need a high dose of CBD oil. For optimal absorption, take the the high potency oils sublingually using a syringe. But you are still free to make your own edibles and capsules by mixing with carrier oils.

Quick Dissolve Strips and Tablets

CBD tablets and quick dissolve strips are the latest products in the CBD market. The dosage of each range between 5 and 10 mg and meant for consumption under the tongue. And apart from giving you a standardized way of CBD consumption, the tablets and quick dissolve strips are portable, convenient and discrete.

Topical

Topicals are usually for external use, and they are most appropriate for localised relief. The products can be ointments, salves, lotions, sprays, oils and salves.

When applied topically, CBD can be quite effective on sunburns, muscle tightness, itching and inflammation. The bioavailability of these products is zero, and so they do not enter the bloodstream. It is the CB2 receptors in the skin that pick up the CBD from the topicals and use them locally to reduce inflammation and other issues. Usually, the relief is in a specific area. The onset of the products is within 15 minutes, and the effects can last up to 4 hours. Sometimes, the product may contain THC for pain relief, but that should not worry you because it does not enter the bloodstream. You will not get high from the topicals.

For people suffering from acne, CBD may prove a novel treatment for them. Typically, cannabidiol blocks the production of oil in the skin, and that can prove quite adequate for the skin condition. It can also be helpful on arthritis pain, especially on the elbows, hands and knees. CBD cannabis oil helps with skin conditions such as dermatitis and psoriasis, among others. They provide relief where you need it, and it can be quite useful. Please note that the effectiveness and strength of the topicals vary widely, and you need to be careful when choosing. The therapeutic effect of the topicals is not that long, but they can be a great add-on if you are looking to add CBD into your life.

About Suppositories

Rectal suppositories are a new way of consuming CBD, but there is no consensus about their effectiveness. What is known is that the rectal route avoids some of the barriers to optimal absorption of the CBD, such as fast pass metabolic action and liver. Ideally, the suppositories should have excipients that enhance bioavailability. Remember that cannabinoids are fat-loving compounds for easy absorption.

Recent research showed that rectal suppositories were effective in reducing colitis in animal models. Some patients also report getting relief swiftly after consuming the suppositories. In particular, the CBD rectal suppositories with hemisuccinate excipients may be quite beneficial for patients. This increases absorption by using water-soluble compounds to break down fat-soluble compounds.

Transdermal

The products absorbed through the layers of the skin are transdermal. They enter the bloodstream through the skin and have a quicker onset – about 15 minutes. The relief of transdermal products is long, delivered consistently and slowly over about 5 hours for gels. Some of the patches have up to 96-hour delivery periods.

Given that the transdermal products enter the bloodstream, the effect is not entirely localised, but system-wide. They are therefore ideal for such conditions as diabetic neuropathy, fibromyalgia and muscle spasms – conditions with generalized pain. CBD patches are becoming popular among athletes to treat muscle injuries. However, anecdotal reports indicate that they may not be quite as effective as the other methods. Some patients say that transdermal methods have relatively subtler effects in comparison to others.

So far, the focus is mainly on patches in the transdermal market. Typically, the adhesive medicated products deliver a particular amount of CBD to your body. In some cases, they also contain THC in addition to CBD. You will also find others with THCA and CBN. Several companies have jumped into the market in response to the growing popularity of transdermal patches.

At the moment, patches are applied on the ankle or inside the wrist. What makes the patches simple to use as the fact that you can cut them up to ensure small doses. Well, we can say that self-titration using transdermal patches is effortless. Furthermore, you can remove the patches to reduce the effects within just half an hour. They are also straightforward to use, and all you need is to slap them on.

THC Overview

MEDICINAL USESPHYSICAL EFFECTSCONDITIONS TREATED

 

●     Reduces stress and depression

●     Psychoactive

●     Appetite stimulant

●     Minimizes inflammation

●     Dulls pain

●     Antiemetic (prevents vomiting)

●     Neuroprotection

●     Anti-proliferative (anti-cancer)

●     Euphoria

●     Introspective dreaminess

●     Sleepiness

●     Time distortion

●     Giddiness

●     Relaxation

●     Hunger

 

●     MS

●     Migraines

●     Fibromyalgia

●     Crohn’s disease

●     Epilepsy

●     Glaucoma

●     AIDS

●     Tourette’s syndrome

●     Cancer

●     PTSD

●     Sleep apnea

●     Spinal injuries

●     Insomnia

●     Depression and anxiety

 

 

When it comes to cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol or THC is the most widely known compound because of its psychoactive effects. Most cannabis users identify with the high or couch-lock impact associated with the compound. And even though much of the traditional stigma associated with THC still hangs around, it is impetus for the current research on the benefits of tetrahydrocannabinol.

As the old saying goes, you do not throw away the baby with the bathwater! As a result, tetrahydrocannabinol is one of the most widely understood compounds among its siblings. Most people demonize THC based on its psychoactive effects. But to tell you the truth, the compound is still vital in maintaining overall health.

In particular, THC plays a vital role in enhancing some of the pharmacological effects associated with the whole plant or full spectrum. For example, the soothing impact in full-spectrum CBD products may be as a result of THC traces in the product. A dreamy state of relaxation and a sense of well-being are some of the benefits of adding some bit of THC into your regimen. The therapeutic benefits of cannabis affect the perception of hunger, mood and pain, among others.

The fact that CBD does not have high effects as one of the most commonly touted benefits. This makes it the best option especially for people that cannot tolerate THC or its impact.

Because of this, some people will refer to CBD as non-psychoactive, which actually may not be the case. While the cannabis Sativa compound will not get you high, we cannot say it is non-psychoactive. This is quite apparent given its pharmacological benefits on such conditions as addiction, schizophrenia, anxiety and depression, among others.

According to Merriam-Webster dictionary

Psychoactive means affecting behaviour or mind. On the other hand, psychotropic means acting on the mind.

Cannabidiol has a prized effect on the mind. Just because something has a particular impact on the brain does not mean it is a bad thing. It also does not mean that it will get you high. Antidepressants and other many Pharmaceuticals act on the mind but do not get you high.

But the question is, is getting high worth the current buzz demonizing THC? Getting a bit tipsy is not such a big deal, and it does not justify the stigma associated with THC. Of course, waking up in the morning after a night of cannabis consumption is not the same thing as waking up after a night of drinking alcohol. The difference is like night and day.

Of course, cannabidiol’s non-intoxicating effects make it more versatile as a treatment option than THC. Please note that we are not advocating for the euphoric effects of THC. Instead, we are challenging the stigma surrounding the euphoric effects of THC. THC has therapeutic benefits, and it can make you feel good.

Whole plant or full-spectrum typically means that the extract contains all the compounds of the original plant it came from. This definition is essential in differentiating between full-spectrum and isolates. Well, for isolates, they only contain one compound such as THC or CBD.

It is essential to understand that any product from an extract can either be an isolate or full spectrum. Particular factors such as the extraction method and refining determine whether it is an isolate for full-spectrum. The main benefit of full-spectrum is the entourage effect which you cannot get from CBD only products.

Even though getting high may create a negative connotation for many people, it is actually a therapeutic effect associated with THC. You can describe it as a feeling of giddiness, euphoria, relaxation, sleepiness, introspective dreaminess and time distortion. The euphoria often viewed in a negative light, is why many people stay away.

In particular, the feeling of euphoria from THC can be disorienting and scary, and especially so for new users. However, with an open mind, you will find that the feeling can be therapeutic and life-affirming.

Some of the benefits of THC include reducing nausea, relieving allergic reactions and inflammation, vomiting and nerve pain associated with taking cancer medication. It may also help with an increasing appetite for people with AIDS. A high dose of THC may be necessary to reduce symptoms associated with chronic conditions such as cancer and HIV AIDS.

The majority of the patients don’t want to feel high, s you can reap the benefits without losing control. An understanding of the potential benefits of THC beyond the euphoria can help reap the benefits. You just need to have an open mind.

Please note that THC sensitivity can be higher for beginners compared with regular users. However, this does not mean that you should eliminate it from the medication regimen. Usually, the trick is to start low and slow. This allows you to find your ideal dosage of cannabis. That means you find the best balance between psychoactive and therapeutic effects.

Of course, euphoria is the main difference between THC and CBD. Both compounds are present at different levels in cannabis and hemp. The compound THC is in much higher proportions in cannabis. CBD, on the other hand, is high in hemp. Some breeders have found a way of increasing the concentration of THC in particular cannabis plants. But generally speaking, THC is in high levels in cannabis plants.

Current strains have THC levels averaging between the teens and 20s. Compare this to decades ago when THC content averaged around 5%. However, you can still find different strains with varying amounts of CBD and THC.

Understanding Dosage and Product Labels

No doubt, the number of CBD products on the market is overwhelming. Nonetheless, choosing between them may not be your biggest problem, but deciphering the different product labels.

Most of the single-serving products or edibles such as tablets and strips will come with dosage information, and the serving size is straight forward. In contrast, such products as tinctures is a whole different ball game. Figuring out the right calculations of dosage is not as easy as it sounds, not to mention the various names that manufacturers use to refer to CBD.

Below, we list some of the benchmarks to help you figure out dosing of CBD and other relevant information.

  • 1 oz is the measurement of most tincture bottles. But you will still find two ounces and 5 ounces among others.
  • 1 oz has up to 30mm
  • 1 mm is the standard size of most droppers
  • So, there are 30 droppers in a 30 mm bottle
  • 1 mm dropper has up to 20 drops

With the above benchmarks on your fingertips, it will not be challenging to figure out what you are getting in a bottle of CBD tincture. Typically, most manufacturers will indicate the number of CBD millimetres in a bottle. For example, the front label may have the figure as 500mm. This is usually the total CBD in the whole bottle. That translates to 500mg/30ml in the 1 ml bottle.

This is the same as 16.7mg/ ml, which means that every dropper has about 17 milligrams of CBD.

Some products will have low CBD content, and they may not be the best value for money, depending on your needs. For example, a 2 oz bottle with 350 MG of CBD will translate to about 6 MG CBD in a single dropper (i.e. 350mg/ 60ml: 5.8mg). If 6 mg in a single-dose is not what you are looking for, then you should look for better concentration.

Higher concentration makes it easy to dose or titrate. For example, you will need two full droppers to get 12 mg of CBD from the above example. If the concentration were higher, you would only need a fraction of the dropper or a few drops to get the ideal dose.

If the vendor does not provide the number of millilitres and milligrams of CBD in the bottle, then the chances are that it’s not that much. Save your bucks and look somewhere else.

Industrial Hemp Compared to Medical Cannabis—Derived CBD

The main difference between cannabis plants and hemp plants is the content of resin. Industrial hemp is from pedigree seed, and it only contains a small amount of resin. These low resin agricultural crops are machine harvested and transformed into various products such as ropes, plastics and fabrics, among others.

Some believe that the word Canvas is a variation of the term cannabis. Recreational and medicinal cannabis used in Contemporary societies contains a high amount of resin. Usually hand-harvested from asexually-reproduced female clones, these plants then undergo drying, trimming and curing.

Whether extracted from cannabis or hemp, the CBD molecule is similar. There is about 3.5% CBD in industrial hemp and a tiny amount of THC – less than 0.1%. Well, you will need a large amount of industrial hemp to get the right concentration for high-quality CBD products. Usually, the main challenge is the extraction of the CBD.

Solvents such as butane and hexane are the cheapest ways of extracting CBD from industrial hemp. However, it is not the best method since toxic residues can remain. In 2014, tests found dangerous hexane residues in random CBD products samples. In addition to this, the hemp plant is an effective bioaccumulator that absorbs toxins from the soil.

The plant was so capable that it was used in the cleanup of the Chernobyl nuclear plant after the disaster. As a result, the soil where the hemp plant grows should always be examined, mainly if intended for human consumption. Organic approaches in the cultivation of the hemp plant are ideal.

The majority of the hemp used to make products comes from China, and it may contain high amounts of heavy metals and other chemicals. Toxic chemicals accumulate and increase strength following the extraction and concentration of the hemp. It is not possible to separate the toxic chemicals during the extraction process. Therefore, you should always look out for information on the source of the hemp, and the growing techniques employed.

Most of the cannabis used in the medical marijuana industry has a significant amount of THC. But still, you will find strains with higher CBD content, something like 20%. Numerous manufacturers use hemp from China, and according to current regulations, they should not refer to it as industrial hemp. They should not market their products as dietary supplements. In 2016, the FDA singled out 8 CBD companies for flouting the regulations.

The companies were making unsubstantiated medical claims and making substandard CBD products. The DEA and FDA are yet to make any approvals of CBD products for use as supplements. However, according to the US state medical cannabis laws, a certified medical patient can take CBD oil according to the local guidelines. That has to be in a state where cannabis for leisure or medicinal use is legal, or they have to be CBD only products.

Cannabis and Hemp as Sources of CBD

As mentioned above, resin content is the main difference between cannabis and industrial hemp. Typically, cannabis plants have a high content of resin while most hemp is low resin. That means CBD can come from both cannabis and industrial hemp. Of course, they are plants of the same family genus that took different genetic paths.

Another difference between them is the method of cultivation and production of CBD. The general application can also be quite different between the two cousins of the cannabis Sativa plant family.

The legal regime regarding hemp farming has experienced significant changes for the better over the last decade. Industrial hemp is practically back after 80 years in the freezer. At present, there is a lot of debate as to which CBD source between cannabis and industrial hemp is better, with no clear right and wrong.

There is a bit of confusion and complexity that the whole topic wades through, mainly based on the legal morass. Most people think that hemp-derived CBD products are legal, but it is not always as simple as it seems.

Well, in these contemporary times of cannabis Sativa therapeutics, both the paths of the cannabis and industrial hemp are converging. The current manipulation of genes and cross-breeding for patients’ benefits is blurring the differences between the two. But it is still essential to know the differences between cannabis and industrial hemp, at least at the moment.

We might as well jump into the controversial debate for a moment here to help with your understanding.

Hemp Versus Cannabis

Both plants are from the species of the oldest domesticated crop. Human beings cultivated different varieties of cannabis Sativa throughout history for different purposes. They emerged through genetic selections and environments over the centuries.

Early Civilizations cultivated the tall, strong plants for fabrics, building materials, sails and ropes.

Is CBD Lawful?

Throughout the United States, the consumer can comfortably purchase CBD derived products without any legal consequences. That is the short answer to the question.

But on technical grounds, there is still legal murkiness surrounding the subject. But does that mean you will get arrested for possession or purchasing CBD products? Well, not exactly. You can skip the following explanation if that is all you wanted to know.

It was after the passage of the federal Farm bill in 2014 that CBD really took off. The law allowed for the cultivation and marketing of hemp products for research purposes. Other requirements include if the activities are according to local state laws, and part of an academic program or agricultural pilot program.

The Farm Bill excluded hemp grown under the above-stated conditions from the same classification as marijuana, the Schedule 1 classification. It is against federal law to produce and sell schedule 1 products.

Based on the provisions of the 2014 Farm bill, the food drug administration, drug enforcement administration, and the US Department of Agriculture issued guidelines on the sale of hemp products. According to the guidance, the hemp-derived product can be sold, not for general commercial activity, but market research purposes.

An Overview of CBD

That sounds a bit confusing, and it is. People that started CBD business after the passing of the farm bill can argue that it was for market research. They can say that they were gathering information on whether particular products such as tinctures would be appropriate for the market. Would that be a reasonable defence in court? Who knows! Others argued that “Not for general commercial activity” was against the spirit of the Farm bill. To add to the uncertainty is the argument that the 2016 guidance is not legally binding.

As if that is not enough, there is more! A federal appropriations act rider in 2018, prevented federal agencies from using money against the provisions of the farm bill. It included the sale and processing of hemp cultivated under the farm bill regulations within or outside the state from which it was grown. Such clauses were taken to mean that the Federal Government was going to let the hemp grown CBD market be.

As the managing director and principal analyst at BDS Analytics would say, Operating under the 2014 Farm bill was ridiculous. According to Tom Adams, the loophole was big enough for every truckload to pass through, and everyone did.

The provisions of the 2014 Farm bill were to be in place for four years. And with just a few days remaining in the year, the 2018 Farm bill was passed, legalizing hemp. The anticipated change was a reason for celebration in the CBD industry. The action removed whatever concern was there of going against the federal law. It also opened doors for more hemp cultivation.

Even though the farm bill legalized hemp, it does not mean that the hemp products are not subject to scrutiny by the FDA. Just a couple of hours after legalization, the FDA released a statement on CBD. It stated that the approval of Epidiolex meant that CBD is a drug, as opposed to a food additive. This decree implies that the FDA views Particular products from cannabidiol such as capsules and oil, which are typically digested, differently from the others such as topical balms and vaping. In the second group, your body does not need to process the substances.

As a result, there is still a significant amount of uncertainty surrounding the issue. Everybody in the industry is operating in the grey area just like before. That is, according to BodyChek Wellness owner, Riley Cote. Everyone will continue working until they make a case and send out notices or shut them down, well, at least according to Riley.

We are going to delve deeper into this riddle later on in the chapter. Meanwhile, we are going to answer the question of whether it is legal as above. Well, what we can say is that you will not be arrested as a customer for buying CBD products.

Edibles

One of the most delightful ways of receiving the benefits of CBD is through edibles or food and drinks. Edibles are the latest cannabis category, and it is quickly catching on. They are available in different shapes and sizes including gummy bears, hot sauce, chocolate, energy bars and medicated trail mix, among others. There is a wide variety of edibles that you will find in a dispensary.

Edibles come from oil infusions, raw plant matter, butter and any other type of extract. We had mentioned that cannabis is lipophilic, and it is possible to dissolve it into fat and add it to any kind of food. It is, therefore, likely to get edibles from the concentrated form of cannabis such as CO2 and ethanol extracted cannabis. Every form has a unique concentration of CBD. The main problem with edibles is in determining the dose of the CBD. It is not straight forward like in CBD capsules or CBD oil.

However, it is imperative to get accurate dosing when taking edibles. This is because they have to go through the digestive system, and it can take up to 3 hours to feel the effect. Some of the consumers, especially the beginners, may think that the edibles are not working because of the slow action. As a result, they may consume more than the recommended dose, and it may cause some kind of discomfort lasting up to 8 hours.

Another thing with edibles is that it can make people consume more than is necessary. They are delicious and flavorful, and the temptation increases quite significantly.

Edible and Oral CBD Products

Tinctures

Tincture, which roughly means a plant infusion in a liquid base has been around for centuries. The base is usually alcohol where the brewing of the plant can take up to several weeks and even months. Tinctures have been a popular method of administering herbal medicine around the globe. They are long-lasting, easy to use and possible to take accurate doses. The concentrated liquids are usually available in small bottles such as 0.5 oz, I oz, or 2 oz. They have a dropper that you use to count the drops for effective and consistent dosing.

Tinctures are ideal for micro and standard doses.

The standard for alcohol tinctures is 23—30 drops, which equals 1 millilitre (ml). The potency of the liquid is usually per millilitre of liquid (mg/ml), typically around 10—20 mg/ml. But it is not impossible to find as high as 50 mg per ml. Always study the label and calculate the concentration to achieve accuracy.

Ways of Taking Medicine

Once you identify the number of drops that you need to take, you can make it easier by determining the number of drops in a 1/4 or 1/2 dropper. Then you can dip the dropper and choose the right amount.

There are various ways of taking tinctures, and it includes

  1. Sublingual where you put a few drops under the tongue for a few minutes and then swallow
  2. An oral application where you push a certain amount under your tongue and then swallow
  3. As capsules
  4. In foods and liquids

Usually, the description of the tincture is bitter and pungent, unlike most other herbal medicines. Tinctures with strong alcohol content can be quite difficult to tolerate. It is not advisable to put such tinctures as they can irritate the membrane of your tongue. Dilute this alcohol mix tinctures with an ounce of juice such as grapefruit or cranberry before placing it under your tongue. You can also add it in tea or hot water and wait for a few minutes before drinking. You can get rid of the lingering taste in your mouth with juice or water.

Other foods and beverages that you can mix the tinctures in include yoghurt, bread, pudding or soup. In most cases, an Oral dose will take between 30 and 60 minutes to take effect. The effects are also long-lasting and can take between six and eight hours. With this timing, you can take the doses with between 6 and 8 hours apart, which is probably about three times a day. If you have a severe condition, you can take the medication up to 6 times a day.

The main goal of effective dosing is to ensure that you are taking the right amount to have the best effect in your body. It should not interfere with your sobriety. Please note that alcohol-based tinctures get to the bloodstream quicker than the other types.

One of the most popular questions is where to purchase CBD in Los Angeles. Of course, there are various stores in LA where you can pop in and purchase CBD. However, the most convenient way is through online. CBD oil online saves you from the trouble of having to move around so much to get your product.

CBDgamma has a wide variety of stocks from different producers for varying buyers. We can use a swift delivery method to ensure that your package arrives at your doorstep in the shortest time possible. We also have same-day delivery options for Marina del Rey Santa Monica and Venice.

Ordering online is not only convenient but also allows you to get the best product at the best price. You can determine the CBD product that is most appropriate for you based on your budget. The same-day delivery by CBD gamma to LA residents is a great option, and you should take advantage of it.

What to Check For in Lab Results

In adult-use and legal, medical cannabis, third-party testing and analysis are slowly becoming the gold standard in the industry. This is amidst the claims of false labelling and lack of clarity as to the source of the hemp. There are also concerns about harmful additives, and it is always good to be sure.

Lab Standards and Permissible Levels

The permissible levels of fungicides, pesticides, fungus, mould and heavy metals vary from state to state. The fact that cannabis and until recently hemp is an illegal substance by federal levels, there exists no guidance for state regulators. Some of the states are treating it as a pharmaceutical product and others as an agricultural product.

Storing your CBD Products

Cannabidiol is a fragile element, and if proper storage is lacking, it can evaporate away. Always keep these products in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. Avoid leaving the CBD products by the window of the kitchen cabinet.

Among the most common reasons for seeking out CBD in contemporary times is pain. It is quite useful for a variety of chronic pain forms as well as various forms of short-term and acute pain. Several studies have shown the role of the endocannabinoid system in the processing of pain signals.

CBD does not have a direct stimulating effect on cb1 receptors primarily involved with pain perception. This is mostly the work of THC. However, CBD does have an anti-inflammatory effect, and that makes it quite active on a broader variety of pains. You can use it to reduce inflammation in areas of injury such as a sprained ankle or chronic pain from injured or pinched nerves.

A 2008 review sought to determine how effective CBD is in the relief of chronic pain. It examined the studies conducted between the 1980s and 2007. The researchers concluded that the marijuana compound was quite useful in overall pain management, and it did not have adverse side effects. They also noted the compound was effective in treating insomnia associated with chronic pain. We have outlined some of the other conditions in this chapter where CBD can be quite beneficial in treating the pain associated with them.

CBD Lotions Salves and Oils

You can apply cannabis products topically to the body directory for localized relief of pain, muscle soreness, inflammation, rashes, psoriasis, arthritis and other conditions. Topicals are available in the form of balms, salves, oils and lotions. The type of cannabis medicine is non-invasive and non-psychoactive. Topical salves are most beneficial for conditions that are mostly within 1 inch of the skin surface. They do not go deeper and are perfect for a wide variety of skin conditions. For skin cancer and other extreme medical conditions, pure cannabis oil concentrate such as co2 extract is appropriate.

One of the main questions we come across is whether CBD is detectable on a drug test. To be honest, there is a minimal chance that tetrahydrocannabinol in the full spectrum CBD products may register on a drug test. Mostly, CBD will not cause you to fail a drug test because it is not a drug itself.

CBD products must legally contain less than 0.3% THC. By breaking the amount over many dosages, the amount of THC is minuscule and will not register on any sporting or employment drug tests. That means you should not have to worry about failing a drug test after consuming CBD.

Consuming CBD oil is one of the most effective ways of getting potential wellness and health benefits of cannabinoids. Well, this is without having to get anxious about flopping the drug tests.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

In the treatment of PTSD, cannabidiol has been quite promising. The current results have been nothing short of positive when using CBD for mental health. A lot of folks say that cannabis is a coping mechanism for PTSD patients, but the science is saying otherwise. It is a vital mechanism for healing, as well.

The anti-anxiety effects of CBD make it appropriate for people with PTSD. The current studies also suggest that it may play an essential role in the storage of traumatic CBD memories through the disruption of the consolidation process of traumatic memory.

For someone with PTSD symptoms such as flashbacks, anxiety, nightmares and depression are quite common. Most of the people living with PTSD also have alcohol and drug disorders as well. According to current research, CBD can also help with drug problems, and that is another benefit.

In a 2016 research, CBD injections were identified to be quite useful in minimizing freezing behaviour ( this often happens as a fear response when some people encounter dangerous animals) in rats. It was observed that the rats had significantly less likelihood of being fearful when exposed to the fear stimulus. This pretty much suggests that CBD can be effective at preventing the development of fear associated with traumatic memories.

Evidence also indicates minimized levels of circulating endocannabinoids in PTSD patients. A study of the World Trade Centre attacks witnesses also supports these findings. This suggests that increasing the endocannabinoids in the body would be beneficial for PTSD patients.

Another route that cannabis can be helpful is through sleep. Of course, one of the symptoms of PTSD is nightmares, and they affect good night sleep. CBD and cannabis can play the role of sleep aid, and that is how it is helpful with PTSD patients.

Schizophrenia

There is a growing body of anecdotal and preclinical evidence in support of the antipsychotic potential of CBD. Well, this is terrific news given the fact that the side effects of antipsychotic pharmaceuticals are many times and present and severe. It also indicates that CBD may be therapeutic with other disorders such as bipolar disorder.

Even though we only have preliminary results, research on the relationship between CBD and schizophrenia has been quite positive. A 2015 systematic review of all schizophrenia and CBD studies had these conclusive results. The first clinical studies at the small-scale level, looking at the CBD treatment of people with psychotic symptoms provide good evidence of the potential of CBD as a useful well-tolerated and safe antipsychotic element. However, large randomized clinical trials may be necessary before the introduction of this novel therapy into clinical practice.

A study looking at modern pharmaceutical therapies indicated that CBD was an active antipsychotic and with very few side effects. There are about five recently-concluded clinical studies as of the time of this writing. This means that we’ll be getting an even better picture of the potential of CBD in treating schizophrenia very soon.

Seizure Disorders

Much of the CBD’s notoriety has been thanks to almost miraculous results it had on many people with epilepsy and seizure disorders, especially on children patients. Before the discovery, numerous children had tried several combinations of pharmaceuticals with adverse side effects. Some of the side effects included cognitive impairment over sedation and dependency. In some cases, patients have intractable epilepsy, and pharmaceutical drugs do very little to help.

This is precisely where CBD’s popularity has taken off. A young girl, Charlotte Figi, featured in doctor Sanjay Gupta documentary series had intractable epilepsy. The episode brought to the fore the undeniable benefits of CBD for people with seizure disorders. The little girl was also the inspiration for Charlotte’s Web, a hemp-based CBD product line. The potential of cannabidiol for treatment of epilepsy has been of interest to scientists from as early as the 1970s.

Even though the research conducted during this time may not be regarded as reliable, scientifically, the results in animal and human subjects were promising. A handful of studies support the idea that the deficiency of endocannabinoid may have a pivotal role in the development of seizures. Up to 10 epilepsy centres in America have researched the effectiveness of cannabis as a treatment for epilepsy. In the majority of the studies, trial doses were 2 to 5 mg/kg/day and demonstrated efficacy in the treatment of epilepsy and with mild side effects, if present. Some of the side effects may include diarrhoea, drowsiness and reduced appetite.

The review also recommends further studies to understand better the various mechanisms of the anti-epileptic action of CBD. A colorado study in 2019 found that 11 participants experienced reduced seizures with a success rate of up to 73%.

Sleep Disorders

Unfortunately, sleep disorders are quite too frequent in America and are among the top medical challenges in the US. Poor sleep is a significant health concern. Among the most common sleep disorders include.

  • Sleep apnea characterized by inconsistent breathing when asleep
  • Insomnia which is the inability to fall or stay asleep
  • Restless leg syndrome with symptoms such as discomfort, tingling and even pain in the legs and which gets worse at night
  • Circadian rhythm disorders characterized by irregular sleep patterns because of the internal clock disturbance.
  • Parasomnias which has such symptoms as abnormal activities and movements while asleep and it includes nightmares and sleepwalking
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness where medical conditions such as narcolepsy cause persistent drowsiness during the day

Poor quality sleep Is a risk factor for various chronic illnesses. Adults that sleep less than 7 hours are at an increased risk of diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, stroke, arthritis and depression. According to a study in 2016 by Dr Daniel Kripke, sleep medications usually prescribed have increased risk of depression, cancer, death and infection. This is without mentioning the adverse side effects associated with prescription sleep medication, such as dependence and excessive drowsiness.

The endocannabinoid system or ECS has a direct role in enhancing sleep. Remember that it is ECS that regulates relaxation, sleep and appetite and is also responsible for 2-AG fluctuation and the arcadian rhythms as well. Typically, the anandamide levels in your brain are far higher during the night and work with adenosine and alomide to enhance sleep. During the day, the levels of 2-AG levels are higher, and that helps promote wakefulness.

Use of cannabis to help with sleep has been around for hundreds of years. However, the understanding of CBD effect on sleep is only beginning. Several users will often claim it helps with insomnia, and yet science indicates that it promotes wakefulness and alertness at moderate doses. So how is that even possible?

The experience of better sleep is because CBD is quite effective in calming the nerves and reducing anxiety. It is not because it causes drowsiness, but rather its effect on relaxation and anxiety relief which provides for better quality rest. That being said, CBD has biphasic properties which means at low doses, it has an alerting effect and sleep-producing or sedating effects at high doses.

The alerting effect of CBD can be quite helpful with narcoleptics or people that have trouble dealing with excessive daytime sleepiness. In one study, high doses of up to 160 milligrams were seen to improve the quality of sleep.

CBD is showing a lot of potential in the realm of addiction. In fact, the endocannabinoids play an important role in addiction or drug dependency. That is because there is a relationship with the regulation of dopamine levels.

CBD has been shown to protect the nerve cells from neurodegeneration associated with alcohol use. Animal studies also indicate that CBD reduces alcohol-related liver damage. Another research on animal models shows that CBD can inhibit impulsivity, anxiety and behaviours prevalent in addiction.

Human clinical trials also show that smokers can stop smoking, with the number of cigarettes reducing by up to 40% when the participants used a CBD inhaler. There are also studies looking at the role of CBD in getting rid of opioid withdrawal symptoms. Already, there is evidence of the effectiveness of CBD in reducing nagging memories that characterize drug relapse.

In addition to that and considering the neuroprotective and general anti-anxiety properties of CBD, it’s general safety, and lack of impairment makes CBD a great candidate for treating addiction.

Benefits of CBD for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Even though research on CBD and ALS is still in its infancy, there are a few things that we know regarding ALS and conventional therapies. For example, effective ALS therapies work by suppressing inflammation and oxidative stress while providing neuroprotection. CBD is quite effective in that aspect.

As such, CBD may prove useful in enhancing the survival of neuronal cells and inhibiting the progression of the disease. Furthermore, cannabinoids can help with other symptoms of ALS through the promotion of muscle relaxation and bronchodilation as well as enhancing the quality of sleep.

One recent review concluded that there is significant involvement of the endocannabinoid system in the pathology of ALS. According to the researchers, there is great potential for the treatment of the disease and its symptoms. Additionally, the preclinical study indicated a possible modulation by CBD of various genes associated with ALS development. According to the same research, CBD modulates the expression of genes associated with excitotoxicity and mitochondrial dysfunction as well as oxidative stress-related genes.

The use of cannabis in the treatment of asthma is not something entirely new. The bronchodilating properties of THC have been under investigation for some time. However, CBD is a new area of research, and the most current review of preclinical data indicates that CBD could be beneficial with the treatment of inflammatory lung diseases. CBD possibly reduces the protein concentration and generation of inflammation-inducing chemokines and cytokines. One preclinical study in brazil proposes the use of CBD to regulate the inflammatory response in the lungs of asthmatic people.

Evidence on the efficacy of CBD in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease is mounting. There have been investigations on the link between Alzheimer’s and the endocannabinoid system in recent years in various preclinical studies.

In particular, the antioxidant, general protective, and anti-inflammatory benefits of CBD have been looked at. It is these very same properties that make it a natural fit for the disease and other neurodegenerative disorders. Preclinical studies suggest that CBD can minimize the total damage on the central nervous system and inhibit the neuroinflammatory response usually associated with the disease. There is evidence to show that CBD can protect against memory loss and even help with memory restoration. In fact, the compound also promotes neurogenesis.

Up to 18% of the population have anxiety disorders based on the information by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. The diseases are most common in people suffering from mental health problems. The current number of animal model studies and growing evidence from patients indicates that CBD has powerful anxiety-reducing properties. As a result, CBD may be therapeutic on a wide variety of anxiety-related disorders such as the following

  • Social phobia
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Panic disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Mild to moderate depression
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

CBD works in the same way as prescription serotonin reuptake inhibitors and works together with 5-HTIA serotonin receptors. The prescription serotonin reuptake inhibitors are also the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or SSRIs such as Zoloft and Prozac to increase serotonin in the brain to boost your mood and reduce anxiety. In one animal model researchers in Spain found that CBD may affect the levels of serotonin in the brain faster than SSRIs.

The immune system’s response hyperactivity is what causes autoimmune diseases. In such a case, the immune cells and antibodies attack healthy tissues in your body by mistake. The cause of autoimmune response is still unknown, though it is believed to be a combination of environmental and genetic factors.

There are about 80 different kinds of autoimmune diseases, and they can affect any part of your body. Some autoimmune diseases focus on one organ. For example, type 1 diabetes destroys the pancreas. Lupus, on the other hand, can target one area or several organs.

Some of the common autoimmune diseases include

  • Dermatomyositis
  • Addison’s disease
  • Celiac disease
  • Hashimoto’s thyroiditis
  • Graves disease
  • Reactive arthritis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Pernicious anaemia
  • Myasthenia gravis

We can simply define cancer as an abnormal cell division which becomes uncontrollable and destroys body tissue. There are more than 100 types of cancer, and the most common include prostate, breast, lung and colon. Well, cannabis has a reputation for the treatment of symptoms associated with cancer such as lack of appetite, vomiting, nausea, pain and insomnia. There is also growing evidence that it can play a central role in fighting it as well.

Both the CBD and cannabis can provide synergistic value to the current therapeutic remedies, which means you don’t replace the traditional treatments.

Initial CBD research indicates some promising results for various types of cancer such as endocrine, leukaemia, breast, brain, skin and lung cancers. A 2013 evidence review showed that cannabinoids could work to interfere with cancer cell migration, adhesion, metastization and reduce tumour size. The belief is that CBD stops the proliferation of new cancer cells. According to a 2012 study, CBD can inhibit angiogenesis, a process through which tumors encourage the formation of new veins and arteries to provide them with nutrients and oxygen.

A more recent study indicates that CBD can enhance the effectiveness of anti-tumor drugs. The synergistic relationship between CBD and THC has been demonstrated. They have essential compounds such as flavonoids and terpenes to help in the treatment of cancer. In a 2013 study, researchers found that a spectrum of cannabinoids was quite effective in the treatment of leukaemia.

Chemovar is a term that you will mostly hear around cannabis flowers/ plants. It is the term of choice when talking about cannabis strains. Mainly, people are using the term more than the word Sativa and Indica. As we continue to get a better understanding of chemical profiles of various streams, the term chemovar provides a perfect articulation that every strain has its unique therapeutic profile and chemical makeup. In fact, there are efforts to classify cannabis varieties based on biochemical profiles or chemovars.

The notion that using medication to excite the senses is not acceptable also seems to apply to cannabis. Antidepressants and tranquillizers, for example, are meant to make us feel better, emotionally. Of course, the THC-associated euphoria may be undesirable and off the table for some individuals. It would not be appropriate in particular situations. But the experience of music, food, laughing and the warmth of people around you can be as therapeutic as reduced inflammation and pain relief.

As Steve DeAngelo, a famed cannabis activist refers to them as the overlooked wellness benefits of the plant. Besides, CBD and THC have a shared symbiotic relationship, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects even though they have different mechanisms in the body and mind. The result is a more robust effect. Typically, CBD extends the therapeutic benefits of THC by slowing down its breakdown by the body.

The countless patient stories and increasing new studies on the science of the entourage effect indicate that CBD works better when coupled with THC. In this exciting new era of cannabis therapeutics, it is possible to get the benefits of THC without the euphoric effects. If you are in a state where it is legal for you, don’t shy away from experimenting with THC in your therapy.

How THC Functions in your Body

THC binds with cb1 and cb2 receptors that are part of the endocannabinoid system. The compound has a much higher affinity for receptors in the brain, particularly the CRI receptors. Tetrahydrocannabinol works by having a similar effect to anandamide whose role is to regulate appetite, sleep and pain perception. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory by working with cb2 receptors in the immune system, metabolic tissue and peripheral nervous system.

According to 2016, C. Walter et al. study, THC minimizes signalling between the emotional part and the sensory part of the brain. The result is a reduced overall experience of pain and which is quite essential. There is also evidence of THC acting as an anti-cancer agent as it limits tumor growth by destroying cancer cells. It also helps your body to detect the cancer cells.

Effects and Common Uses

As mentioned previously, the cannabis associated high may have a variety of effects. It may lead to an altered sense of space and time, impaired short-term memory, drowsiness and feelings of happiness. In low doses, it has shown promise in its potential to reduce muscle spasms, reduce nausea and stimulate the appetite.

The safety of THC in the right doses is incomparable to the pharmaceuticals. They just can’t match that of THC. However, the effects significantly vary depending on the quantity of the THC, the age of the user and frequency. Read more on the same in the following chapter 10.

Dependence, Tolerance, Addiction and Overdose

There is always a risk of developing dependence, tolerance or addiction with any psychoactive chemical. Between 6 and 9% of the population, THC can become a problem. Most folks understand the basic concept of addiction, but what about dependence and tolerance?

Tolerance

Repeated use creates tolerance in the body, and it usually happens with medication taken frequently over long periods. That can occur when the liver becomes very effective at breaking down and metabolizing the treatment. That is what we call pharmacokinetic tolerance. It can also result from the strength of the bond or the total number of receptors.

What are Some Potential Benefits?

Many CBD products produce a calming or relaxation feeling when taken. Effects are generally mild so they don’t interfere with motor control, but consumers report feeling higher levels of comfort. This can aid with symptoms from chronic pain and aches, as well as anxiety and other emotional conditions.

How Can CBD Gamma Help?

Once you start learning more about what CBD oil is and how it can affect you, then you can decide if it’s best for you. We can help you sort the myths from the facts on hemp oil benefits and find which products may help you achieve the best results.

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