- 1 What Is Full Spectrum CBD Oil?
- 2 Which bioMD+ product is BEST for YOU?
- 2.0.1 Citrus CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.2 Natural CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.3 Mint CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.4 Natural CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.0.5 Citrus CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.0.6 Mint CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.0.7 Citrus CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.8 Natural CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.9 Mint CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.10 Natural CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.11 Mint CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.12 Natural CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.0.13 Mint CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.0.14 Citrus CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.0.15 Natural CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.0.16 Citrus CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.0.17 Mint CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.1 Which bioMD+ product is BEST for YOU?
- 2.1.1 Citrus CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.2 Natural CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.3 Mint CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.4 Natural CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.1.5 Citrus CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.6 Natural CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.7 Mint CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.8 Natural CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.9 Mint CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.10 Natural CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.1.11 Mint CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.1.12 Citrus CBD Oil (Full Spectrum)
- 2.1.13 Natural CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.1.14 Citrus CBD Oil (Isolate)
- 2.1.15 Mint CBD Oil (Isolate)
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What Is Full Spectrum CBD Oil?
Full Spectrum CBD Oil is the oil derived from industrial hemp plants. It is made from the full hemp plant (hence the term full spectrum hemp oil).
CBD is one of many cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Most products on the market are actually hemp extracts containing a broad spectrum of ingredients, such as vitamin E, coconut, chlorophyll, terpenes and somewhere in the area of 50 to over 100 other cannabinoids, including CBD.
By definition, CBD is short for cannabidiol, a compound that is extracted from the hemp plant.
Note: Some CBD oil products may contain very low levels of THC, the compound in cannabis that produces a “high” — but having it doesn’t mean you’re getting high.
The claims of health and wellness benefits stretch as far as the left is from the right, but in this article, we will cover the general areas that include medical research to back it up. You’ll find links to lots of studies at the end of the article.
Cannabis comes in the form of a male and a female plant. The female plant is also known as its slang name, marijuana, but we will use its correct name cannabis. Hemp is the male plant, and that is the plant that we are concerned with.
Think of it this way, one plant (Cannabis), two species. Hemp (Does not get you high) and Marijuana (Get you high).
|Full-spectrum CBD oil from true industrial hemp will not get you “high”.||Associated with the feeling of being high.|
|Hemp can contain no more than 0.3% THC.||Marijuana can contain up to 30% THC.|
|Federally legal with the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill Act.||Illegal in most states without a Medical Marijuana Card.|
|Mostly used for it’s many potential health benefits.||Mostly used for recreational purposes.|
Today, I think most people are seeking alternatives to addictive pharmaceutical opioids with harsh side effects. They want medicine that is more in tune with their body’s natural cycle. By tapping into how we function biologically on a molecular level, CBD can provide us with relief for most pain and also inflammation.
A word about full spectrum CBD oil vs CBD isolate
Some manufacturer labels will make the distinction or point out that their CBD is either full spectrum or whole plant CBD.
Full spectrum CBD oil or whole plant means that the product contains other cannabinoids. It also means that that product could also include or contain trace amounts (0.3% or less) of THC, along with cannabinol (CBN) and tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV).
This includes other cannabinoids such as CBL, and CBCVA, plus some manufacturers may incorporate scented or sweet-smelling cannabis terpenes such as pinene, terpinolene, ocimene, and limonene.
See the Terpenes list below. Some clinical researchers have found that full spectrum CBD may be more potent due to its synergistic reactions with the terpenes and minor cannabinoids present. Also, keep in mind that trace amounts of THC in full spectrum CBD oil COULD and I mean COULD compromise a drug test.
If the label states that it is CBD only then you know what you are not getting. Everything else, CBD alone. It’s essential that you read the labels and understand what is in the product that you want to use.
Full spectrum CBD oil refers to an oil or product containing all the cannabinoids found within the cannabis plant. Full spectrum CBD oils are linked with the “entourage effect” – this refers to the high-level effectiveness of these products resulting from different cannabinoids working synergistically.
Full-spectrum CBD oil tends to be more potent than other CBD oil. Products derived from CBD usually contain only the isolated CBD molecule.
|ND = None Detected|
Full spectrum CBD oil offers more than 100 different cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. CBD and THC have a high proportion in the cannabis plant, but other less popular cannabinoids can influence the effectiveness of CBD.
These phytocannabinoids are present in both industrial hemp plants and medical marijuana plants. This is because they come from the cannabis plant known as Cannabis sativa. However, there are different kinds of hemp products that can all be advertised as “hemp oil” and it can be hard to keep them all straight. Luckily, we’ve got you covered.
Quick Overview Of The Endocannabinoid System
How Does It Work?
The Human Endocannabinoid System CBD, CBN, and THC fit like a lock and key into existing human receptors.
These receptors are part of the endocannabinoid system which impact physiological processes affecting pain modulation, memory, and appetite plus anti-inflammatory effects and other immune system responses.
The endocannabinoid system compromises two types of receptors, CB1 and CB2, which serve distinct functions in human health and well-being.
- CBI receptors are primarily found in the brain and central nervous system, and to a lesser extent in other tissues.
- CBD does not directly “fit” CB1 or CB2 receptors but has powerful indirect effects still being studied.
- CB2 receptors are mostly in the peripheral organs, especially cells associated with the immune system.
This illustration is what we’ve learned over the last 30 years of discovering the ECS. This is the best explanation I’ve found in 40 years of using the whole cannabis plant for my own issues.
Hemp cannabinoid extract affects the endocannabinoid system by activating what is called the CB1 and CB2 receptors located throughout your body.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) regulates the proper function of a wide range of your body’s processes.
The main mechanisms of the endocannabinoid system modulate pleasure, energy, well being, and helps support the body back to health when Injured or fighting off disease.
Where The Endocannabinoid System Receptors Are Found In The Body
- nervous system
- immune system
- digestive system
- endocrine glands
- liver spleen
- blood vessels
- lymph cells and fat cells
Think of the endocannabinoid system as a car. A car is made up of various systems.
- the cooling system
- the ignition system
- the sound system
- the braking system, etc.
- the heating, and air system
For the last thirty years, cars have come off the line with a computer system. That computer system is attached to sensors located throughout the vehicle.
You find them in the engine, the gas tank, the wheels, the exhaust, the brakes, and elsewhere. Sensors alert you when there is a possible problem.
There is one thing that ties everything together; it’s called the wiring harness. The wiring harness connects the ignition switch to the battery, to the computer, to its sensors, to run the engine. You drive until your tire sensors tell you, you have low air pressure or that it’s time for an oil change. Each system has a purpose and a function; this way, each part of the car operates without failure.
The endocannabinoid system is like that wiring harness. It connects your brain (the computer) to your heart (the battery). It then connects to the rest of your body, the limbs, the internal organs, the body’s largest organ, the epidermis, and its sensors, cannabinoid (CB1 & CB2) receptors. It ties everything together and reports back to the brain just as the sensors do on your car. Then the brain releases its own chemicals as the body needs.
Which bioMD+ product is BEST for YOU?
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