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WHAT IS CBD (CANNABIDIOL)?

The hemp plant boasts a variety of compounds known as cannabinoids – believed to contain medicinal benefits. Among these cannabinoids is cannabidiol, or CBD. CBD, which is primarily found in the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant, is a powerful phytocannabinoid product produced by the plant and is known to help our bodies maintain health, balance, and overall wellness. Oils that are pulled from the plant that contain a high concentration of the CBD are known as CBD oils.

WHAT IS PHYTOCANNABINOID?

Phytocannabinoids are the main group of naturally occurring compounds found in the hemp plant. Phytocannabinoids work most effectively when used together in synergized compounds. The hemp plant contains over 100 active phytocannabinoids, CBD being one of the most powerful.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HEMP PLANT AND A MARIJUANA PLANT?

Although both plants are from the species cannabis, cannabis sativa (also known as hemp) contains virtually no THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), the active ingredient in marijuana. Hemp cannot be used as a psychoactive drug because it produces virtually no THC (less than 0.3%), whereas marijuana produces between 5-20% THC. In the United States, Canada, and Europe, generally a product containing hemp is legal if the level of THC in the product is limited to .3% or three-tenths of one percent. Enradia CBD has been third party tested and verified to be THC-free.

DO YOUR PRODUCTS CONTAIN MARIJUANA? WILL THEY GET ME HIGH?

No and no. All of our products are completely free of THC, which is the compound of the hemp plant that produces psychoactive effects (i.e., a high or sense of euphoria).

IS THERE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEMP SEED OIL AND CBD OIL?

Yes. Hemp seed oil and CBD oil are extracted from different parts of the hemp plant. Hemp seed oil is extracted from just the seeds, while CBD is a compound extracted from the whole plant – flowers, stalk and leaves.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FULL SPECTRUM CBD, BROAD SPECTRUM CBD, AND ISOLATE CBD?

Full-Spectrum CBD: A full-spectrum CBD product may also often be referred to as a “whole plant” product. This means that it contains everything that the cannabis plant itself contains, including things like flavonoids, terpenes, naturally occurring fatty acids, THC and other beneficial cannabinoids beyond CBD, each of which have their own medicinal and therapeutic value. People often seek out full-spectrum CBD products in order to attain the nutritional benefits of these other elements as well.

Broad-Spectrum CBD: Like full-spectrum CBD products, broad-spectrum CBD products also contain a full and varied array of cannabinoids and terpenes. An important difference, however, is that a broad-spectrum CBD product contains no THC. Companies like Enradia CBD that offer broad spectrum CBD products use sophisticated extraction and refinement processes to ensure that the THC is removed while beneficial compounds that are desired remain.

CBD Isolate: As its name implies, products with this label Isolate CBD on its own, apart from other cannabinoids. This is accomplished during the extraction process when everything else contained in the plant matter is removed, except for the CBD itself. This is often a choice for those who are sensitive to other cannabinoids and ingredients but still want the benefits of taking CBD.

WHAT ARE TARPENES?

Terpenes provide the cannabis plant with its aroma and flavor, and also constitute most of the essential oil it produces. It has recently been discovered that they can also create synergy with cannabinoids, such as CBD, and take part in the varied pharmacologic effects, such as anti-inflammatory, anti-infective, analgesic, antioxidant, and potentially even anti-cancer. However, more research is needed to identify the best way to utilize them.

WHAT IS THE “ENTOURAGE EFFECT?

Researchers theorize that a ‘broad-spectrum’ or ‘full-spectrum’ whole plant extract makes CBD readily absorbed. The idea known as the ‘Entourage Effect’ is that when cannabinoids, terpenes and other plant matter combine, the efficacy is greater than one used in isolation, known as CBD Isolate.

IS CBD LEGAL?

Yes. Last December Congress passed the 2018 Farm Bill (“U.S. Law”), removing industrial hemp from the Schedule 1 drugs list and greenlighting farmers to more freely grow hemp and retailers to sell hemp-derived products, provided, the level of THC concentration of the product, or each hemp-derived ingredient of the product, is not more than .3%. In December 2018 Texas passed, and many other States have also passed laws that conform to the United States Law.

HOW DOES CBD WORK?

In order to understand how CBD oils work, it is important to know what cannabinoids are and what they do. Cannabinoids are chemical messengers that activate a class of cell membrane receptors located throughout the body. These body receptors are part of the endocannabinoid system, which is involved in a variety of physiological processes, including appetite, pain-sensation, sleep, mood and memory. Cannabinoids are either naturally produced by the body (endogenous) or outside of the body (exogenous). The cannabinoids found in hemp and marijuana, such as CBD and THC, are considered exogenous, which when consumed interact with the cannabinoid receptors in the body and can generate similar physical and psychological effects.

There are currently two known sub-types of cannabinoid receptors in the body, CB1 and CB2. The CB1 receptor is expressed mainly in the brain, lungs, liver and kidneys. The CB2 receptor is expressed mainly in the immune system and hematopoietic cells. CBD-infused drugs were most commonly used for pain management and inflammatory conditions, because CBD2 receptors are most commonly found as part of the immune system and they can affect inflammation and pain.

HOW MUCH CBD DO I USE?

Dosing depends on the condition you are trying to treat, your method of ingestion, and what else is in the product. It’s each person’s job to listen to their body and determine what works best for their circumstances. This comes down to good-old fashioned trial and error. Start with a low dose (10 to 20 mg), then increase the dose by 10 mg increments until the desired effect is reached. When you find your optimal dose, stick with it.

WHAT ARE THE GENERAL BENEFITS OF CBD?

Wellness: CBD is commonly used to address anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, and inflammation.

Beauty: CBD contains Vitamin A which stimulates the cells responsible for producing the tissue that keeps skin firm and healthy; Vitamin C which stimulates collagen production, and helps to reduce signs of aging; and Vitamin E which blocks free radicals from the body, helping to slow down the aging process.

Because acne is an inflammatory condition relating to overworked subaceous-gland production, CBD can help reduce the production of sebum.

CBD products might also help with other inflammatory-related conditions such as skin allergies, rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis.

HOW DO I KNOW WHO TO TRUST WHEN PURCHASING CBD?

CBD is not FDA regulated, so consumers should be on the look-out for companies who are transparent with their test results. Our CBD is 100% organic, and is sun-grown in the United States using sustainable farming practices, just the way nature intended. The certificate of authenticity that we provide on our website for each product, and that can be scanned on the label of each of our products upon receipt of it, provides complete details about where the CBD is grown. Not all CBD is created equal, and we feel none is better than ours.

HOW IMPORTANT IS SOURCING WHEN IT COMES TO CBD?

High-quality hemp is key to a premium CBD product. Hemp is a ‘bioaccumulator,’ meaning it absorbs anything in the soil around it. If it’s grown in or around areas where there are pesticides or heavy metals, it will suck all that bad stuff right up. So, it’s important to know that the hemp in your product is grown according to the highest standards tested to ensure its purity.

HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO USE MY PRODUCTS BEFORE I NOTICE A DIFFERENCE IN MY HEALTH?

One of the many wonderful things about CBD is that it quickly takes effect. Unlike some prescription medications where slowly building up a tolerance is required before any beneficial effects are noted, the beneficial effects of CBD are noticed fairly quickly, and increased doses are often not needed to continue experiencing the beneficial effects. Safe, natural, beneficial, and non-addictive – that’s the wonder of CBD.

CAN CBD INTERFERE WITH OTHER MEDICATIONS?

If you are taking aspirin to prevent heart attacks and strokes, or if you are taking medications that can be affected by grapefruit juice, then CBD may not be right for you. If you are unsure, you should have an honest discussion with a knowledgeable physician.

WHAT IS CBD (CANNABIDIOL)?

The hemp plant boasts a variety of compounds known as cannabinoids – believed to contain medicinal benefits. Among these cannabinoids is cannabidiol, or CBD. CBD, which is primarily found in the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant, is a powerful phytocannabinoid product produced by the plant and is known to help our bodies maintain health, balance, and overall wellness. Oils that are pulled from the plant that contain a high concentration of the CBD are known as CBD oils.

WHAT IS PHYTO-
CANNABINOID?

Phytocannabinoids are the main group of naturally occurring compounds found in the hemp plant. Phytocannabinoids work most effectively when used together in synergized compounds. The hemp plant contains over 100 active phytocannabinoids, CBD being one of the most powerful.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HEMP PLANT AND A MARIJUANA PLANT?

Although both plants are from the species cannabis, cannabis sativa (also known as hemp) contains virtually no THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), the active ingredient in marijuana. Hemp cannot be used as a psychoactive drug because it produces virtually no THC (less than 0.3%), whereas marijuana produces between 5-20% THC. In the United States, Canada, and Europe, generally a product containing hemp is legal if the level of THC in the product is limited to .3% or three-tenths of one percent. Enradia CBD has been third party tested and verified to be THC-free.

DO YOUR PRODUCTS CONTAIN MARIJUANA? WILL THEY GET ME HIGH?

No and no. All of our products are completely free of THC, which is the compound of the hemp plant that produces psychoactive effects (i.e., a high or sense of euphoria).

IS THERE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEMP SEED OIL AND CBD OIL?

Yes. Hemp seed oil and CBD oil are extracted from different parts of the hemp plant. Hemp seed oil is extracted from just the seeds, while CBD is a compound extracted from the whole plant – flowers, stalk and leaves.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FULL SPECTRUM CBD, BROAD SPECTRUM CBD, AND ISOLATE CBD?

Full-Spectrum CBD: A full-spectrum CBD product may also often be referred to as a “whole plant” product. This means that it contains everything that the cannabis plant itself contains, including things like flavonoids, terpenes, naturally occurring fatty acids, THC and other beneficial cannabinoids beyond CBD, each of which have their own medicinal and therapeutic value. People often seek out full-spectrum CBD products in order to attain the nutritional benefits of these other elements as well.

Broad-Spectrum CBD: Like full-spectrum CBD products, broad-spectrum CBD products also contain a full and varied array of cannabinoids and terpenes. An important difference, however, is that a broad-spectrum CBD product contains no THC. Companies like Enradia CBD that offer broad spectrum CBD products use sophisticated extraction and refinement processes to ensure that the THC is removed while beneficial compounds that are desired remain.

CBD Isolate: As its name implies, products with this label Isolate CBD on its own, apart from other cannabinoids. This is accomplished during the extraction process when everything else contained in the plant matter is removed, except for the CBD itself. This is often a choice for those who are sensitive to other cannabinoids and ingredients but still want the benefits of taking CBD.

WHAT ARE TARPENES?

Terpenes provide the cannabis plant with its aroma and flavor, and also constitute most of the essential oil it produces. It has recently been discovered that they can also create synergy with cannabinoids, such as CBD, and take part in the varied pharmacologic effects, such as anti-inflammatory, anti-infective, analgesic, antioxidant, and potentially even anti-cancer. However, more research is needed to identify the best way to utilize them.

WHAT IS THE “ENTOURAGE EFFECT?

Researchers theorize that a ‘broad-spectrum’ or ‘full-spectrum’ whole plant extract makes CBD readily absorbed. The idea known as the ‘Entourage Effect’ is that when cannabinoids, terpenes and other plant matter combine, the efficacy is greater than one used in isolation, known as CBD Isolate.

IS CBD LEGAL?

Yes. Last December Congress passed the 2018 Farm Bill (“U.S. Law”), removing industrial hemp from the Schedule 1 drugs list and greenlighting farmers to more freely grow hemp and retailers to sell hemp-derived products, provided, the level of THC concentration of the product, or each hemp-derived ingredient of the product, is not more than .3%. In December 2018 Texas passed, and many other States have also passed laws that conform to the United States Law.

HOW DOES CBD WORK?

In order to understand how CBD oils work, it is important to know what cannabinoids are and what they do. Cannabinoids are chemical messengers that activate a class of cell membrane receptors located throughout the body. These body receptors are part of the endocannabinoid system, which is involved in a variety of physiological processes, including appetite, pain-sensation, sleep, mood and memory. Cannabinoids are either naturally produced by the body (endogenous) or outside of the body (exogenous). The cannabinoids found in hemp and marijuana, such as CBD and THC, are considered exogenous, which when consumed interact with the cannabinoid receptors in the body and can generate similar physical and psychological effects.

There are currently two known sub-types of cannabinoid receptors in the body, CB1 and CB2. The CB1 receptor is expressed mainly in the brain, lungs, liver and kidneys. The CB2 receptor is expressed mainly in the immune system and hematopoietic cells. CBD-infused drugs were most commonly used for pain management and inflammatory conditions, because CBD2 receptors are most commonly found as part of the immune system and they can affect inflammation and pain.

HOW MUCH CBD DO I USE?

Dosing depends on the condition you are trying to treat, your method of ingestion, and what else is in the product. It’s each person’s job to listen to their body and determine what works best for their circumstances. This comes down to good-old fashioned trial and error. Start with a low dose (10 to 20 mg), then increase the dose by 10 mg increments until the desired effect is reached. When you find your optimal dose, stick with it.

WHAT ARE THE GENERAL BENEFITS OF CBD?

Wellness: CBD is commonly used to address anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, and inflammation.

Beauty: CBD contains Vitamin A which stimulates the cells responsible for producing the tissue that keeps skin firm and healthy; Vitamin C which stimulates collagen production, and helps to reduce signs of aging; and Vitamin E which blocks free radicals from the body, helping to slow down the aging process.

Because acne is an inflammatory condition relating to overworked subaceous-gland production, CBD can help reduce the production of sebum.

CBD products might also help with other inflammatory-related conditions such as skin allergies, rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis.

HOW DO I KNOW WHO TO TRUST WHEN PURCHASING CBD?

CBD is not FDA regulated, so consumers should be on the look-out for companies who are transparent with their test results. Our CBD is 100% organic, and is sun-grown in the United States using sustainable farming practices, just the way nature intended. The certificate of authenticity that we provide on our website for each product, and that can be scanned on the label of each of our products upon receipt of it, provides complete details about where the CBD is grown. Not all CBD is created equal, and we feel none is better than ours.

HOW IMPORTANT IS SOURCING WHEN IT COMES TO CBD?

High-quality hemp is key to a premium CBD product. Hemp is a ‘bioaccumulator,’ meaning it absorbs anything in the soil around it. If it’s grown in or around areas where there are pesticides or heavy metals, it will suck all that bad stuff right up. So, it’s important to know that the hemp in your product is grown according to the highest standards tested to ensure its purity.

HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO USE MY PRODUCTS BEFORE I NOTICE A DIFFERENCE IN MY HEALTH?

One of the many wonderful things about CBD is that it quickly takes effect. Unlike some prescription medications where slowly building up a tolerance is required before any beneficial effects are noted, the beneficial effects of CBD are noticed fairly quickly, and increased doses are often not needed to continue experiencing the beneficial effects. Safe, natural, beneficial, and non-addictive – that’s the wonder of CBD.

CAN CBD INTERFERE WITH OTHER MEDICATIONS?

If you are taking aspirin to prevent heart attacks and strokes, or if you are taking medications that can be affected by grapefruit juice, then CBD may not be right for you. If you are unsure, you should have an honest discussion with a knowledgeable physician.

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