Ananda Full Spectrum Hemp CBD Oil 1000mg, 50ml Tincture
Keep your body and wallet healthy. Ananda Professional's concentrated 1000mg full-spectrum hemp CBD oil is ideal for anyone who has benefited from the 600mg bottle and wants to buy in volume to get more bang for their buck. Each 1ml daily serving contains 20mg active cannabinoids. Infused with coconut oil for better absorption. The other carrier oil from hemp seed is a rich source of Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids. Organic and 3rd party tested. Exclusively available from approved pharmacies.
What Is A Hemp Certificate Of Analysis?
A certificate of analysis (COA) for CBD-hemp is proof that a product has been tested to ensure quality, purity, and potency. Ananda products are tested at least three times by third-party certified cannabis and food testing labs to verify the consistency of products.
Ananda Professional COAs verify the potency and types of phyocannabinoids in your hemp-CBD product and prove that there are no solvents, fertilizers and contaminants.
What Does Full-Spectrum Mean?
"Full-spectrum" means that all of the phytocannabinoids in the hemp flower are included. This is an important distinction because 113 cannabinoids have been identified to date, all thought to be beneficial to the body. In fact, medical researchers say they have just scratched the surface identifying the potential therapeutic effects of hemp-based cannabinoids. Full-spectrum hemp may also contain phytonutrients and, essential vitamins and minerals, fatty acids, flavonoids and terpenes
What Is The Difference Between CBD And Hemp?
"CBD" is one cannabinoid in the hemp plant. Its scientific name is cannabidiol. Most hemp products on the market contain isolated CBD. Isolated CBD may upset sensitive stomachs and doesn't enable the Entourage Effect.
What Is The Entourage Effect?
Research shows the variety of cannabinoids work together maximizing the effect of cannabinoids. The synergistic relationship between all of the cannabinoids found in hemp is called the Entourage Effect.
What Is The Endocannabinoid System (ECS)?
Our body makes cannabinoids. Yes! The first endocannabinoid (endo means from within) was discovered in 1992. Researchers named the molecule Anandamide, after the Sanskrit word for joy, bliss or happiness. Anandamide and other cannabinoids are chemical messengers. When they bind to receptors in our body, they transmit messages to other parts of the body providing instructions vital to our health and daily functioning. Together the cannabinoids and receptors make up the ECS. For an easier understanding, think of receptors as the lock and cannabinoids as the key.
Cannabinoids found in hemp are called phytocannabinoids and are thought to behave similarly to endocannabinoids and support the ECS.
113 Phytocannabinoids Varieties Have Been Discovered To Date. Here Are A Few:
- Cannabigerol (CBG) is being studied for use as an anti-inflammatory, for pain and nausea relief. Some research shows it may hold promise in slowing the proliferation of cancer cells and ease migraines and glaucoma by reducing intraocular eye pressure. The potential anti-inflammatory properties of CBG may benefit people with inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s Disease, and cancer.
- Cannabichromene (CBC) may help relieve pain and have antidepressant properties.
- Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV) is heavily researched as a potential alternative to help manage diabetes by helping to regulate blood sugar levels.
Directions for use: Take half of a dropper of hemp oil under the tongue twice daily. Hold the hemp oil in your mouth for up to one minute and swallow with water. Each daily serving (1ml) contains 20mg of active cannabinoids.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.