The unflavored oil is derived from organic hemp seed oil. It is considered both vegan and gluten-free, and does not have any artificial sweeteners or preservatives. The oil contains 0.3% THC, meaning those who face the possibility of drug tests may want to avoid taking it, but this relatively small amount produces little, if any, psychoactive effect. The price per mg is $0.11, making the Spruce Lab Grade CBD Oil less expensive than average.
The human body also produces cannabinoids, known as endocannabinoids, in a bodily system known as the endocannabinoid system (or ECS). The ECS promotes homeostasis by regulating a wide range of functions, including motor skills, mood, appetite, and sleep. As we age, our ECS produces fewer endocannabinoids; they may also decrease due to physical injury or disease. Replenishing depleted endocannabinoids with phytocannabinoids like CBD can help restore balance to the body.
CBD oil may be of some benefit to those with addiction, suggests a review published in the journal Substance Abuse in 2015. In their analysis of 14 previously published studies, scientists determined that CBD may have therapeutic effects in people with opioid, cocaine, and/or psychostimulant addiction. They also found that CBD may be beneficial in the treatment of cannabis and tobacco addiction. There is some evidence that CBD may block or reduce the effects of THC on the mind.
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After two decades of experience in the hemp industry, Paul Benhaim founded Elixinol – ostensibly, as the company’s website states, to “[manufacture] and [provide] the highest-quality CBD oil and hemp extracts in the world.” And so that CBD oil users can be assured of that quality, Elixinol extensively tests its extracts and provides certificates of analysis for its products that are available to view at a click. The manufacturer’s wares have even received a “stamp of approval” from The Realm of Caring Foundation, a Colorado-based non-profit and advocate for cannabinoid therapy research and education. Those wanting to assess Elixinol’s extracts for themselves can choose from its range of oral tinctures – with potencies of 300 mg, 600 mg and 3,600 mg – as well as topical balms and capsules. Plus, the company gives 5 percent of the proceeds from every sale to charity – so buyers may not only feel good after their purchases, but they’ll do some good, too.
Panacea F.A.S.T. Sublingual Tablets contain 35mg of hemp oil per piece and are completely THC free. Boasting rapid release that is 70% more effective than hemp oils, these tablets are cited as having excellent effects on sleeplessness, pain, and anxiety. Derived from Colorado grown hemp, the product contains all natural ingredients (including the vanilla and lemon flavoring).  All of Panacea’s hemp oil is derived through a proprietary extraction method at a molecular level, to produce a high-quality hemp oil. Panacea Life Sciences, the manufacturer, is GMP certified. All of their products are created in the USA, and they are fully committed to the research of CBD / hemp-based products and their health benefits. Panacea also offers hemp oil capsules, topicals, and even hemp-based products for dogs and horses. All can be found on amazon.

When it comes to buying CBD oil, you must be exceedingly cautious because there is a tremendous amount of misinformation and outright deceit within the industry. Many online resources may try to mislead you for profit or other disingenuous reasons. For instance, some Cannabidiol oil companies advertise that their products contain a specific concentration of CBD (displayed in either percentages or milligrams (mg). However, independent research has shown that many of these sellers and their products do not live up to their claims as their products contain far less CBD than they state in print. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued warning letters to specific companies in 2016 because their products were found to contain far less CBD than advertised.

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