Antiemetic, Appetite Control.
Anti-Inflammantory, Atherosclerosis and Anti-Ischemic.
Anti-Anxiety, Anti-Depressant, Antioxidan, Neuroprotective.
CBD has potent immunosuppressive and anti-inflammatory properties.
Cannabidiol reduces intestine inflammation through the control of the neuroimmune system.
Spinal Cord Injury
Studies have not only demonstrated CBD’s pain-killing properties, but also its ability to reduce spasms and improve motor function in SCI patients.
Compounds found in CBD feature neuro protection and vasodilation properties which further assist in the conservation and treatment of glaucoma.
CBD works by improving bone density and reducing the occurence of bone diseases. It strengthens the collegen “bridge” that forms at the site of the break which then hardens with the new bone.
Our hemp products are derived from only 100% USA grown hemp farms. We are committed to providing a high quality products and exceptional service.
All of our products are third party tested to ensure the is ZERO THC in our products, this way you don’t have to worry.
Third Party Tested
Using a third party lab gives you the piece of mind you deserve when using our products. This step ensures quality, safety, and potency is always consistent.
Our hemp oil contains all the compounds found in the original hemp plant. We want to make sure you receiving the entire benefit the plant has to offer.
We use a multi step refining process to purify our oil and remove any impurities while preserving all the cannabinoids
This speaks for itself. We will be transparent with our customers!
How does CBD work?
The endocannabinoid system – or ECS – regulates many bodily functions, such as sleep, pain, mood, appetite, and responses from the immune system. The receptors in the ECS are divided into two categories: CB1 and CB2
Typically found in the nervous system. These receptors affect sensations like appetite, concentration, and more.
Huge part of the immune system. These receptors have a hand in regulating pain and other immune responses.
CBD does not bind to the ECS itself – it actually activates or inhibits other compounds and receptor.
CBD does not fit into these receptors, but rather blocks harmful compounds from entering them or helps guide helpful compounds into the receptors.
An example of where CB1 and CB2 receptors are located in the body. These receptors are found on cell surfaces and impact various biological processes.