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CBDistillery™ only sells the highest quality CBD oils derived from non-GMO industrial hemp grown with natural farming practices. Our full spectrum and 0% THC CBD oil tinctures come in a number of concentrations to fit your needs. All of our CBD oil tinctures are third-party lab tested and help to improve your overall well-being. CBD oil is fast-acting, convenient, and easy to use! Drop our CBD hemp oil under your tongue and hold before swallowing or add it to your favorite beverages.
The resinous substance extracted from the stalks, stems, and flowers of industrial hemp plants contains a significant amount of cannabidiol, a non-intoxicating cannabinoid commonly abbreviated as CBD. The plant's trichomes also produce a substantial number of other potentially beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, vitamins, minerals, and proteins. The product, commonly known as CBD oil, is a blend of hemp extract and a carrier oil, known as a tincture.
CBD oil is primarily used for its many potential health and wellness benefits. Research suggests that the therapeutic potential of CBD oil is explained by the way plant-based cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid system (ECS), the largest regulatory system in your body. The Endocannabinoid system helps regulate sleep cycles, moods and emotions, immune system function, pain perception, and more.
If you are new to CBD products, CBD oil is a great way to get started. A dropper is built into the lid, which makes it easy to use your tincture orally or add your CBD oil to foods and beverages. Our CBD oil is made with a blend of non-GMO domestic hemp extract and fractionated coconut oil.
Many people are initially hesitant about trying CBD oil when they learn that hemp is a cannabis plant. Some worry that the effects of hemp might be too similar to the effects of marijuana. That's why it's essential to know that hemp plants do not synthesize enough THC to cause intoxication.
While many people are satisfied knowing that full-spectrum CBD oil contains 0.3 percent THC or less, others still prefer avoiding the cannabinoid THC entirely. This is why CBDistillery™ makes it a priority to educate users about the different types of hemp-derived CBD oil. These include:
Full-spectrum CBD oil contains all the cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, and other natural plant components in the same ratio as the original plant, including the trace amounts of THC. Many CBD users believe full-spectrum products are the more potent option because of the way the additional cannabinoids and terpenes interact to maximize its therapeutic potential, something known as the "entourage effect."
Broad-spectrum CBD oil contains many of the same cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids as full-spectrum CBD oil, just with one difference. Broad-spectrum CBD contains 0% THC. Broad-spectrum CBD is popular with CBD users interested in the benefits of the entourage effect, but more comfortable using a 0% THC option.
CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD, a single cannabinoid. All the other plant elements are removed during extraction and processing. The result is a flavorless, odorless powder that is nearly 100 percent pure cannabidiol. CBD oil made with isolate is preferred by CBD users looking for a 0% THC option, or those who don't care for the flavor or aroma of hemp.
CBD oil is one of the easiest ways to add CBD to your daily routine. A recent CBDistillery™ customer survey revealed that 79 percent of CBD users prefer CBD oil to any other type of CBD product.
Although CBD is not a medication or approved as a treatment for any known health condition, CBD users from across the country tell us that our CBD oil has made a considerable impact in their lives and promoted a significant change in the way they feel.
Based on a CBDistillery™ customer survey with 1,100 respondents, the most commonly reported benefits felt by daily users after 7-14 days include:
CBD oil is exceptionally versatile. You can mix your CBD tincture into your morning coffee, add CBD to your favorite shakes or smoothies, and even use your tincture to add CBD to your favorite recipes. However, we recommend taking the tincture under your tongue.
Use the dropper attached to the cap to measure your dosage. Then hold the CBD tincture under your tongue for 15-20 seconds before swallowing.
Deciding how much CBD oil you should take depends on a considerable number of factors, including the CBD concentration of the product you select. A serving size that works well for you could be significantly more or considerably less than the serving size that's ideal for someone else.
Although you could follow the instructions printed on your product label, we recommend that first-time CBD users start with a small amount of CBD, even just a few milligrams, to determine how their body responds. If you don't notice the effect you were hoping for within a few hours, slowly increase the amount of CBD you are taking. How quickly you proceed is up to you. Some people add a few drops of CBD each time until they achieve the results they are looking for; others prefer giving their body a week or so to respond before increasing their serving size.
You will want to continue experimenting with how much to take until you find the smallest amount of CBD that gives you the results you need. Taking more CBD than your body needs will not cause any harm, but using more CBD oil than necessary could significantly increase your cost of daily use. Average daily use appears to fall between 30-60mg per day.
Your CBD experience is largely determined by the purity and potency of the products you select. Far too often, people place their trust in companies selling low-quality, potentially contaminated products that contain far less CBD than specified on product labels. That's why it's essential to protect yourself from a disappointing experience by purchasing your CBD oil from a reputable source.
CBDistillery™, a leader in the CBD industry, is a vertically integrated company. That means we oversee every aspect of production from initial soil testing to packaging and distribution. When you select CBDistillery™ hemp-derived products, your CBD oil is sourced from non-GMO industrial hemp grown using natural farming methods. We use only food-safe extraction methods, and our products are verified by an independent third-party testing facility for purity and potency.
These are important factors to consider. You can verify the potency, purity, and safety of all CBDistillery™ products by viewing the third-party test results on our website, or scanning the QR code on your product label.
Before our naturally cultivated, non-GMO industrial hemp can be utilized to create your CBD tincture, the cannabinoid-rich oil must be extracted from the plant. The extraction process selected depends on how the extract will be used.
The CBD oil in our full-spectrum tinctures is CO2 extracted. At standard temperature, carbon dioxide is a gas. When pressurized, the CO2 liquefies and pulls the desired components from the hemp as the plant matter is filtered through a series of pressurized chambers. As the pressure is released, the CO2 converts back to its gaseous state and released from the oil. Finally, the extract is distilled.
The CBD used for our 0% THC tinctures is extracted with ethanol. After the initial extraction process, the oil is heated to activate the cannabinoids (decarboxylation). A third process (winterization) then removes the unwanted fatty acids, cannabinoids, terpenes, and other plant components. After processing, all that remains of the original hemp extract is a crystalline CBD powder.
Full-spectrum hemp extract (or CBD isolate powder) is blended with fractionated coconut oil (MCT oil), to create our CBD tinctures. Coconut oil, the carrier oil, is selected for its contribution to the bioavailability and overall quality of CBDistillery™ products.
CBD works by interacting with the receptors of the largest regulatory system in your body, your endocannabinoid system (ECS). This essential communication system is a complex network of messengers and receptors responsible with helping to regulate nearly every crucial function in your body. These functions include the processes responsible for immune system function, pain perception, inflammation, emotional responses, memory, and more.
The communication between the messengers and receptors of your ECS keeps essential functions balanced and working as they should. If the effects of illness, injury, or stress create a demand for ECS messengers that exceeds the supply, communication stalls, and essential balance is lost.
That's where CBD comes into the picture. CBD (cannabidiol) is just one of more than 113 potentially beneficial cannabinoids found naturally in industrial hemp. Cannabidiol mimics the effects of the endocannabinoids made in your body (endocannabinoids) and relays urgent messages to your ECS receptors. Supporting ECS function with CBD could help restore essential balance to crucial functions throughout your body.
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