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We have a variety of curated collections to choose from, or you can always take our quiz. We recommend giving any new CBD routine at least 5-7 days of daily, consistent usage and journal to keep track of your results! From there, we encourage our members to set up a call with one of our Dosage Specialists who will help you personalize your daily routine, unique to your needs! With full-spectrum CBD, we are looking to find your minimum effective daily dosage that delivers therapeutic benefits – so we’ll work together to slowly increase the dose, only when we need to!
Keep in mind that CBD is not used to treat any specific conditions; instead, CBD can be used to address the symptoms of conditions by amplifying your body’s balancing and healing properties! Everyone’s body chemistry is different so there’s no one-size-fits-all dose or routine with CBD. Start low, go slow and journal to keep track of your daily doses along with your results!
CBD works with your own body’s processes, most notably – your Endocannabinoid System (or ECS). In order for CBD to effectively support this system (so that YOU can experience the benefits) sticking with a daily, consistent routine is KEY. Similarly to how certain vitamins or supplements should be taken every day for optimal results – the same applies to CBD!
CBD is lipophilic (or fat soluble), which means it compounds in your body over time, adding to potential health benefits. This also means that we tend to see gradual improvements rather than an overwhelming impact straight away. It takes time for our bodies to adjust to CBD being around, and even longer for the maximized benefits to present!
When CBD is taken daily and consistently, you may be surprised to experience benefits beyond your initial “health goals”. For example, maybe you started taking CBD to help you wind down after a long work day and find that you’re also beginning to feel more focused or your mood is balancing out!
CBD (Cannabidiol) is a type of cannabinoid, which is a chemical found in the cannabis plant. Unlike THC, CBD does not have any psychoactive effects, meaning it will not make you high. CBD is thought to have a range of health benefits, including reducing anxiety and pain, as well as inflammation. CBD can be used in a variety of ways, including oil drops, capsules, and even topical creams. So, if you're looking for a natural way to improve your health, CBD might be worth a try!
The latest addition to our cannabinoid products features Delta-8 Tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta-8). This compound is an isomer of CBD, resulting from an oxidation process. Although it can demonstrate psychotropic properties, we test all our new Delta-8 products to make sure they do not have Delta-9 THC concentrations that exceed the legal limit of 0.3%.
Please Note: We encourage users to be mindful when using any Delta-8 products because effects can vary.
Delta-9 THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the primary psychoactive component of cannabis. It is responsible for the plant's mind-altering effects. Delta 9 THC binds to cannabinoid receptors in the brain, which alters neurotransmitter release and produces the classic marijuana high. delta-9 THC is also CBD's main competitor when it comes to binding to these receptors. delta-9 THC is more psychoactive than CBD, meaning it produces a stronger high. delta-9 THC is also more likely to cause anxiety and paranoia than CBD. However, delta-9 THC has its own therapeutic benefits, such as pain relief, anti-inflammatory effects, and anti-nausea effects. delta 9 THC is also being studied for its potential role in treating cancer.