We have chosen Full Spectrum Hemp because we believe that the hemp plant is most effective as the whole plant. As our labels read the total amount of mg’s of full spectrum hemp per bottle is the amount of total CBD. For example, a 500mg tincture contains 500mg of CBD in each bottle as well as other beneficial terpenes and clanabonoids that are not present in a CBD isolate. This goes for all of our products. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Now… some key definitions and a little info about CBD.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a key component of Cannabis sativa L. that accounts for many of the plant's natural health benefits. It is the second most prominent phytocannabinoid in the Cannabis sativa L. plant. CBD is a pleiotropic component meaning it produces many effects through multiple molecular pathways. CBD acts through various receptor-independent channels, and by binding with a number of non-cannabinoid receptors and ion channels, to exert its therapeutic effects.
Phytocannabinoids are plant derived compounds that are capable of either directly interacting with cannabinoid receptors, sharing chemical similarities with cannabinoids that allow them to interact with components of the endocannabinoid system, or both.
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a complex signaling network within the bodies of all mammals that utilizes different receptors, regulatory enzymes, and specialized components such as cannabinoids, to control, influence, and regulate various bodily processes. The body produces its own cannabinoids called endogenous cannabinoids or endocannabinoids. The first known endocannabinoid discovered is Anandamide, which is named after the Sanskrit word ananda meaning "bliss or supreme joy". It was discovered after cloning an ECS receptor site, CB1, which by existing indicated that there was a substance within our bodies that attached to that receptor site. A few years later the cloning of another receptor site, CB2, led to the discovery of 2-AG (2-arachidonoyl-glycerol), another endocannabinoid. The cannabinoid receptor sites are located on the cell surfaces throughout the human body. CB1 receptors are concentrated in the central nervous system and the brain. CB2 receptors are concentrated in the peripheral organs and the immune system.