What to look for to find high quality CBD

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What to look for to find high quality CBD

To begin to understand the complex nature of buying CBD based products, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the current laws in effect (at the time in which this article was written). We should probably take this time to differentiate the two main sources of CBD based products. The two main

Hemp CBD Cultivation

                      Hemp CBD Cultivation

choices in the CBD industry have their roots in either the Cannabis “Marijuana” plant or the Indica Hemp plant. We’re going to assume everyone is familiar with the Cannabis plant and continue to explain the latter. Hemp as it’s commonly referred, is the industrial crop Sativa and is grown for its fiber located in the stem of the plant. Hemp has a low level of THC, below 0.3 percent, and much higher levels of CBD than Cannabis. Hemp produces no psychotropic effects, due to its low to non-existent levels of THC. If you are looking for the benefits supplementing with CBD, but are not looking to feel psychotropic effects, it would behoove you to look for Industrial Hemp based CBD products. If the CBD is produced effectively, the product will contain all the necessary Terpenes and other Cannabinoids necessary to produce a high quality CBD product.

Whole Plant Therapy (Entourage Effect)

Whole plant therapy isn’t just a buzz word used for marketing purposes, this practice has been widely research since the late 1990’s. Known as the entourage effect, outlines the enhancing benefits of supplementing with CBD based products which contain the majority of the original plants natural compounds. Though, CBD alone has its benefits, the research indicates the potential enhancing effects of consuming the plant’s other essential compounds to maximize the desired effects. Known in the Industry as full spectrum, these CBD based products contain other essential cannabinoids and compounds which include:

  • Essential vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Omega fatty acids
  • Flavonoids
  • Chlorophyll
  • Terpenes
  • Fiber
  • Protein

The entourage effect proposes that utilizing as many of the essential compounds as the Hemp plant has to offer such as cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds are more beneficial together than the sum of their parts. For menopause sufferers, it’s best to look for Full Spectrum CBD products when making your purchase decision in order to maximize your desired benefits. It is important to understand that Full Spectrum CBD doesn’t mean the product contains or needs to contain THC, the psychotropic compound found in cannabis products, most CBD based products contain no THC unless specifically advertised.

CBD Oil Check List

After being involved in the industry, we can share with you a few ticks of the trade. Whether you buy from us or someone else, it does make sense to research the company and how the product is made. For starters:

  • If you’re concerned about legality, focus on a product which is cultivated from Industrial Hemp (.03% THC or Less)
  • Stay away from Cures All marketing. At the date of the writing of this article, CBD has yet to go through large scale human case studies when it comes to Cancer and other major diseases. To advertise as such is disingenuous.
  • Choose a company which stands behind their product. Offers like, guarantees or legitimate testimonials helps narrow your search.
  • 3rd party testing is crucial.
  • Extraction method is CO2. Helps retain the integrity of the hemp plant so other crucial ingredients like terpenes and other cannabinoids are utilized.
  • If you’re still unsure, reach out to the company and ask questions. Choosing a company with informative customer support can prove to be very beneficial.

How best to start supplementing with Cannabidiol

A great way to start off supplementing with CBD is by consuming CBD in Capsule or Soft Gel form. High quality CBD Capsules are made through an extraction process which utilizes CO2. To extract all the terpenes from the hemp plant while retaining the molecular integrity of the unique chemical compounds requires a series of chambers and tubes which control temperature and pressure. The combination of the right temperature and pressure causes the CBD oil to separate from other plant matter. After a lengthy extraction process, the oil is separated and then encapsulated and sold throughout the country. Japa CBD Soft Gels are a great way to introduce newcomers to CBD. Soft Gels, like Capsules, are incredibly easy in controlling dosing as other forms of administration can be rather troublesome in comparison. To obtain high concentrations of CBD in our products, we have to use high-CBD hemp strains. As CBD levels in these different strains vary from plant to plant and strain to strain, we have to create continuity and consistency in our products by implementing a specialized extraction process. By working with suppliers to administer enclosed lean manufacturing processes, we prevent the degradation of the plants natural benefits. This process insures we produce a premium high quality product for our customers. Our soft gels come in 10mg or 25mg CBD formulations. Our extraction process is designed to maintain the integrity of the whole plant has to offer. This insures our soft gels contain the available terpenes CBN, CBC, CBG and other phytocannabinoids. Created with water soluble liquid, allows our soft gels to be more easily absorbed and made bioavailable over traditional oil capsules. 

Conclusion

It is important to understand that most of the traditional methods of treating different ailments like pain, inflammation, and anxiety are considered detrimental to the human body. From the early research which has been conducted In Vitro and in small human studies have reaffirmed the fact that CBD is a nontoxic compound which acts with your body to help with a variety of different ailments. Studies on terminally ill cancer patients have shown that ingesting 700mg, which is basically an entire bottle of Japa Soft Gels, a day for 6 weeks did not show any toxic effects in humans. As CBD becomes more and more popular, the necessary large group human studies will be administered and peer reviewed.

Medical Disclaimer

Information listed, referenced or linked to on this website is for general educational purposes only and does not provide professional medical or legal advice.

Japa Organics does not condone, advocate or promote licit or illicit drug use. Japa Organics cannot be held responsible for material from references on our pages or on pages to which we provide links, which condone, advocate or promote licit or illicit drug use or illegal activities. Please consult your Doctor/Healthcare Practitioner before using any products/methods listed, referenced or linked to on this website.

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