CBD Education: The 3 things that you need to know
Beware of toxins.
Hemp plants are so effective at absorbing toxins and radiation, that they were used at Chernobyl to clean up the soil, they are known as Bio-accumulators It's incredibly important to make sure hemp is properly grown and harvested. Simply put: If the soil is clean, then the hemp and CBD extracted will be too. Make sure your CBD has been tested for contaminants, solvents, and the percentage of cannabinoids, with a Certificate of Analysis (COA) from a third-party lab.
Look for Full/Broad Spectrum CBD for maximum benefit.
A good Broad spectrum product will still have all of the benefits of full spectrum minus the THC. NO Isolates, Pls
Truth is, there's a lot of confusing marketing jargon attached to CBD, often used to put a natural spin on products synthesized in a lab. It’s best to look for “Full/Broad Spectrum” hemp extracts, as they contain all of the good, naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes found in the plant. Having all these compounds working together creates an “entourage effect” which maximizes their benefit to you.
Finding your dose is key.
CBD has over 65 known targets in the brain and body which are activated at different doses. Like caffeine, CBD affects everyone differently. The right dose depends on your tolerance but also your reasons for using it. While finding your perfect dose isn't an exact science, it isn't hard to calculate. Our CBD certified educators will help you find the specific amount of CBD needed for your situation.