What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is an organic compound that comes from the leaves, stalks, and flowers of industrial hemp or cannabis plant. CBD is the most widely studied of the nearly 400 cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. CBD oil should not be confused with marijuana even though they both come from cannabis; we extract the CBD oil contained in Whole Health Remedies products from industrial hemp which is non-psycho-active.
How will CBD affect my body?
CBD affects the body by triggering the receptors of the endocannabinoid system within your brain and nervous system. These receptors regulate various bodily functions and systems – results vary based on your body type. Dosages will vary and people often start small and change the amount based on what health issue there are working on.
What is the endocannabinoid system?
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex arrangement of cannabinoid receptors within the brain and nervous system of humans and other mammals. These receptors regulate various functions of the body and are responsive to cannabinoids from hemp plants. The ECS affects many different body systems including but not limited to sleep, appetite, mood, pain, and memory.
Are there any side effects of CBD?
Any side effects of CBD are typically insignificant – nowhere near as relevant as those side effects from pharmaceutical medicines that are approved by the FDA. The most that CBD users have reported is minor abdominal discomfort or mild sedation. Again, there’s no “high” effect or psychoactive properties with CBD, so no worries about your ability to perform day-to-day duties. Starting with a small dose and observing the affects and increasing over time is the best way to work with CBD We recommend you consult with your doctor is any side effects arise.
What is the Full Spectrum oil extraction process?
Full Spectrum extraction removes the valuable terpenes, essential oils, amino acids, and other beneficial cannabinoids. At Whole Health Remedies we use a Patented Lipid Extraction process that separates the essential medicinal portion of the Hemp plant leaving behind the unwanted plant waxes and residues. Our process is solvent free making it the cleanest way to extract the active ingredients from the plant.
Is CBD oil legal?
CBD oil and other hemp-extracted products are perfectly legal to be used and sold within the United States. The growing, processing, and selling of hemp extracts – including cannabinoids from industrial hemp – is possible through federal regulation within Section 7606 of the Agricultural Act of 2014 which the U.S. Congress passed and signed into law as well as the 2018 Farm Bill where hemp has been legalized.
Where do we obtain our hemp for our products?
We have small organic farmers that grow the highest quality hemp using the best genetics. With frequent visits to the farms we are able to work closely with our teams to ensure the highest quality hemp goes into our products.
Are Whole Health Remedies products 3rd party Tested?
Yes, all of our certificates of analysis for each batch are tested and posted on our website.
What makes Whole Health Remedies products superior to other hemp oil products?
We use only the highest quality organic hemp grown in Colorado and Oregon. Our solvent-free patented(see patent) lipid extraction process is unique provides exceptional oil purity. All of our extractions are 3rd party tested and verified to be clear of impurities like pesticides and heavy metals. We have our own production facility were we extract, fill and bottle our own products tracking the supply chain from farm to customer.
What is the ideal dosage of Whole Health Remedies oil?
Please follow the suggested recommended dosages on our packages. Remember to consult with your physician prior to adding a new dietary supplement to your diet.
Does Cannabidiol itself have any dangerous interactions with other prescription medications?
Cannabidiol (CBD) itself has no dangerous interactions with other drugs you may be taking according to medical journals. (more information can be found projectcbd.org). Here's a website that discusses possible drug interactions. https://www.drugs.com/drug-interactions/cannabis.html