FAQ About CBD Oil

We receive many questions about CBD oil and it’s potential health benefits. It is a fascinating topic. Both varieties of the Cannabis plant, indicus and sativa, have been cultivated by humans for thousands of years. The first “modern” scientific classification of Cannibis in Western science was made by French biologist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck in 1785, although it has been used by indigenous populations without interruption.

Both plant varieties and their many hybrids, contain dozens of complex plant compounds generally called cannabinoids. The chemistry is complex. Research is ongoing to discover how these different cannabinoids affect human physiology and health. Interestingly, the human body has specific receptors to bind with cannabinoid molecules throughout every organ. It is so extensive it is called the endocannabinoid system and it rivals the endorphin system.

Much of the controversy revolves around the psychoactive compound THC. This has lead to legal prohibitions in many countries. However, the original hemp varieties do not contain significant levels of THC and were grown for the tremendously strong fiber content. However, with cross-breeding, there are now many strains of cannabis strains with different cannabinoid profies; including THC-dominant strains, CBD-dominant strains and Balanced THC/CBD strains. Obtaining those products with active levels of THC will depend on the laws where you live.

Selecting a quality CBD oil product can be daunting. Unless you know something about manufacturing practices in this industry, you may not get the product you hope.

Key questions to ask include:

Where is the hemp grown? China? Mexico?, USA? Is it grown in a verified organic manner? Does the company do it’s own production or is it made from them by another company? Who oversees quality control? How are the cannabinoids extracted from the hemp? Solvents, such as hexane, butane or ethanol? Or super-critical CO2? Is the hemp oil a full spectrum distillate? Or is it a isolate of several or selected cannabinoids? Is all of the THC removed? If so, how was that accomplished? Can you get a Certificate of Analysis for any given batch of hemp product?

Looking at these questions for many years, we have finally identified a company that meets all of the quality standards that are important and has full control from seed stock, to planting to harvesting, to using super-critical CO2 extraction. How CBD oil works for you and the dose you might need is something that cannot be answered here. You should read more about our amazing endocannabinoid system and how it affects so many functions within our physiology.

So if you are looking for a clean CBD oil, we invite you to explore our recommended source by clicking on the link below. Our Full Spectrum Hemp Oil Source

This information may be extremely helpful for those clients dealing with:

Chronic inflammation





Auto-immune illness

Chronic infection (tick-borne illnesses)

Chronic Pain

Persistent hormonal imbalances

Allergy and chemical sensitivity......

and much more!