We also stock consumable cannabinoid extracts and isolates in the form of capsules, tinctures, vape oils, gummies, waxes, pastes, tea and coffee infusions and more. All of which come with a full spectrum chromatogram analysis.
CBD oil is a medicinal plant product. Due to the ruling of the Court of Justice of the EU in case C-88/07 in which the free movement of goods and products made from medicinal plants that have been legally manufactured and marketed as food supplements is agreed in European countries What is CBD used for?
CBD is used to treat a wide-range of conditions including, epilepsy, joint pain, nerve pain, faster wound healing, skin problems, inflammation, muscle soreness and more.
CBD also enhances circulation and regenerates cellular activity, which means that there is an ever-increasing number of conditions that can be treated with this particular cannabinoid. Given its ability to reduce oxidative stress, CBD has also been shown to improve mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.
CBD or Cannabidiol is a compound that is extracted from cannabis or hemp-based sources. CBD comes from the cannabinoid family as does THC, the main difference being that while CBD also offers anti-inflammatory, neuroprotectant and analgesic benefits, it does not produce the psychoactive effects of THC.
The global market for hemp consists of more than 25,000 products in nine submarkets: agriculture, textiles, recycling, automotive, furniture, food and beverages, paper, construction materials, and personal care. Hemp can be grown as a fibre, seed, or dual-purpose crop. The stalk and seed are the harvested products. The interior of the stalk has short woody fibres called hurls; the outer portion has long bast fibres. Hemp seed/grains are smooth and about one-eighth to one-fourth of an inch long.
Hemp fibres are used in fabrics and textiles, yarns and spun fibres, paper, carpeting, home furnishings, construction and insulation materials, auto parts, and composites. Hurls are used in animal bedding, material inputs, papermaking, and oil absorbents. Hemp seed and oilcake are used in a range of foods and beverages (e.g., salad and cooking oil and hemp dairy alternatives) and can be an alterative food and feed protein source. Oil from the crushed hemp seed is used in soap, shampoo, lotions, bath gels, and cosmetics.
Hemp is also being used in nutritional supplements and in medicinal and therapeutic products, including pharmaceuticals. It is also used in a range of composite products. Hempcrete (a mixture of hemp hurds and lime products) is being used as a building material. Hemp is also used as a lightweight insulating material and in hemp plastics and related composites for use as a fiberglass alterative by the automotive and aviation sectors. Hemp has also been promoted as a potential biodiesel feedstock and cover crop.
Most drug tests screen for THC (delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol). Our products contain almost untraceable amounts of THC . However, studies have shown that eating foods containing hemp (seeds, oil, etc.) can cause confirmed positive results for THC. Therefore, if you are subject to any form of drug testing, it is our recommendation to talk with whomever may be testing you prior to using any hemp-derived CBD products
Even though they both come from Cannabis saliva L., the varieties that are used to make industrial hemp products (seed, fibre, etc.) and those that are used to make marijuana (flowering tops and leaves) are distinctly different. They are scientifically different and are cultivated in very different ways.