Enjoy all the benefits of CBD enhanced through the entourage effect of a full spectrum formula. We created the CBD Full Spectrum Hemp Oil for those with coconut allergies. There are several types of CBD oil bases out there, but the great thing about hemp oil is it’s full of benefits of its own.
Does hemp have CBD? Yes, but that’s not all it has. Hemp oil comes from the seeds, which are full of antioxidants, proteins, and omega-3 fatty acids. Each of these components is healthy for your skin, mind, and body.
Why CBD Full Spectrum Hemp Oil:
You’ll get all of the benefits of CBD along with those of the rest of the cannabinoids. CBD can help with pain, inflammation, symptoms of anxiety, and so much more! It affects most systems in the body, allowing the benefits to be far-ranging. To create the best types of CBD oil, we ensure each element of our oil is working for you, from cannabinoids to base oils. The pure hemp oil is full of antioxidants, proteins, and omega-3 fatty acids.
One of these little bottles does so much to work for you!
Hemp seed oil (seed & stalk)
Less than 0.3% THC
We offer 4 variations of CBD Full Spectrum in Cold Pressed Hemp:
0.5 FL OZ (15ml) of CBD hemp oil contains 500 mg of CBD
0.5 FL OZ (15ml) of CBD hemp oil contains 750 mg of CBD
1.0 FL OZ (30ml) of CBD hemp oil contains 1500mg of CBD
(60ml) of CBD hemp oil contains 3000mg of CBD
Our Promise to You:
Made from 100% organic, raw, non-GMO hemp plants grown on select farms throughout the US
No herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers used.
All of our products, including our CBD skin care products, are 100% vegan. We never test on our furry friends!
A third party lab tests every batch for purity.
Full Spectrum Hemp Oil May Help Support:
- Pain management
- General mental health
- Seizure Medications
- Pelvic pain management
- Reducing inflammation
- Various skin conditions
- Headache relief
- And so much more!
CBD Legal State:
As of 2018, CBD is legal in every state across the US. For a cannabinoid product to fall within these legal limits, it must contain less than 0.3% THC. The FSA also approved hemp derived CBD products, but with 0.0% THC. So you can go to any state by plane, car or train, with CBD!
Does hemp contain THC? Pure hemp contains trace amounts of THC, making it easy to get CBD extractions from hemp with less than 0.3% THC! You can rest assured that all of our products fall within these limits. If you’re flying or need to have 0.0% THC for some other reason, you may be interested in the CBD Isolate Oil in Hemp, or the CBD Isolate in MCT oil.
How Does CBD Full Spectrum Work?
The CBD Full Spectrum Hemp Oil works through our bodies’ inherent endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS has receptors throughout your body, along with your central and peripheral nervous systems. Your central nervous system is in the spine, and the peripheral nervous system consists of all bodily nerves. They provide pathways for CBD to affect your brain, immune system, pain levels, and so much more!
Did you know that our ECS creates cannabinoids as well? Endocannabinoids are cannabinoids made by the human body and are essential for homeostasis. So, not only does CBD take action throughout your body, but it also can help supplement your body’s natural cannabinoid production.
The cold-pressed hemp oil adds another level of benefits. While it doesn’t contain any additional cannabinoids, it’s still packed with essential nutrients that can help you thrive. You may be wondering if the cold-pressed hemp oil doesn’t have cannabinoids, then how does hemp have CBD in it? The cold-pressed oil comes from hemp seeds, which don’t contain cannabinoids. The seeds have several other uses, though, such as protein powders and cooking or skin oil. So, while it may not activate the ECS, it’s still a valuable asset.
How to Use CBD for Pain:
CBD can help manage several types of pain, according to research. We’ve seen evidence that it’s particularly great for chronic pain types, but it also helps with acute issues such as DOMS. Delayed onset muscle soreness occurs when you work a muscle in an unfamiliar way. Essentially, CBD can help with back pain you’ve had for years, or back pain you suddenly experience after moving, hiking, or any other activity.
You can take the oil orally, or you can apply it topically to an area of concern. Either way, it will enter your bloodstream and start working with the ECS to mitigate your discomfort and help you feel better.
There are so many types of CBD oil out there, what makes this one better for pain? The full spectrum of cannabinoids enhances CBD’s effects while also providing benefits from the rest of the cannabinoids. CBC, CBN, and CBG all have the potential to help relieve different types of pain, providing more extensive coverage than other oils.
How Can CBD Improve Mental Health?
Survey after survey, customer after customer, one of the most popular uses of CBD is to improve your mental health. You’ll find there’s a plethora of research on CBD for anxiety. The cannabinoid consistently shows an ability to help users cope with anxiety.
CBD can also help with symptoms of PTSD, PD, GAD, and SAD. There’s even preclinical evidence that CBD can help with depression. While the oil can’t cure these disorders, reducing their manifestations on the mind and body can improve the quality of life.
The best results occur when users take CBD regularly. While it can help some upon the onset of symptoms, using the oil consistently can help stop the manifestation of those symptoms.
How to Use CBD with Seizure Medications:
You’ll find several reports from people who’ve reduced or eliminated their seizures with CBD. There are several studies on the subject, but one stands out against the rest. In a double-blind, placebo-based study, CBD, when paired with anti-seizure medications, reduced seizures in patients! This provides the first-class one evidence for CBD to help reduce convulsions. It’s essentially confirming what several users already knew, but when it comes to the complicated types of disorders that lead to seizures, the more evidence we have, the better!
Beyond reducing seizures, both the European Federation of Neurological Societies and the Canadian Pain Society support CBD’s use for symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy. They’ve seen the benefits of pain reduction and mental health improvement. Two hard to manage symptoms of these disorders and diseases.
Research shows CBD pairs well with certain types of anti-seizure medications, but it’s still important to talk to your physician before making any changes. They may ask, “does our hemp have just CBD, or is THC included in the formula?” or want other specifications on our oils. Feel free to use this page for reference, or bring a bottle to your appointment for your doctor to review!
How Does CBD Address Inflammation?
CBD can help with several different types of inflammation. Get some relief from swelling of ligaments, joints, muscles, and your skin with the help of cannabidiol. There’s even evidence that suggests cannabinoids can be up to twenty times more effective than some NSAIDs. CBD isn’t just for visible inflammation, though. Evidence points to cannabinoids helping with internal inflammation. Swelling in intestinal tracts can cause several digestive issues, and there’s a link between internal inflammation and autoimmune disorders.
How CBD addresses inflammation depends on the types of CBD oil you’re using. CBD comes in several forms, from balms to oils, to smoking the flower. They all provide you with the same benefits but enter your bloodstream through different methods. The great thing about
How to Use CBD for Your Skin:
CBD is wonderful for your skin! Research shows it has a three-pronged attack on acne. It can help regulate sebum production of Sebum is an oil-like substance needed to keep your skin moisturized. Too much of this substance, though, and you’ll clog your pores. Regulating production helps ensure your skin can maintain its hydration while preventing the clogging of pores.
The second prong is the antibacterial properties within the cannabinoid. These may help to fight off bacteria known for leading to breakouts. Further assisting this effort is the final prong, the battle against edema (swelling). Sometimes, bacteria gets trapped in inflammation, making it hard to reach. By reducing facial edema, the compound can target trapped bacteria and minimize the puffy red reaction that comes from it.
Beyond the benefits of CBD, pure hemp oil is fabulous for the face. It’s full of antioxidants, known to be beneficial for skin. Hemp seed oil also has omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids can help keep your skin hydrated, one of the most important aspects of fighting against signs of aging.
How Can CBD Relieve a Headache?
Don’t worry; you don’t have to rub the oil on your head to work. Instead, try taking several drops of CBD at the onset of your headache and give it time to take effect. Users have reported a reduction in headaches and migraines when they take CBD daily.
Beyond what CBD users say, research shows that it can be an effective headache remedy. The evidence is so strong, one team of scientists predicted CBD would become a conventional headache treatment in the future.
No longer feel debilitated by the pounding in your head or the blinding of lights. Try a little CBD when your next headache hits!
What About the Other Cannabinoids:
When talking about the whole plant, what all does hemp have? CBD is probably the most well-known cannabinoid, but there are several others. Our full spectrum formula maintains as many cannabinoids from the original plant as possible. You’ll find CBN, CBC, CBG, and THC all within this oil.
CBN is known for helping with sleeping issues, while CBC can be great for digestive problems. CBG is like the mother of all cannabinoids, CBD and THC come from CBG. It has potent potentials for managing inflammation. As for the THC, the trace amounts won’t directly affect you. So don’t worry, there won’t be any “high-feelings” associated with this formula!
So why keep the THC? When you use the full spectrum of cannabinoids, they create a synergistic effect. This type of group work is the entourage effect, enhancing each of the cannabinoids’ benefits. So, CBD, CBC, CBN, and CBG can all be more productive by including these, otherwise unnoticeable amounts of THC.
We’ve outlined several exciting benefits for you, but don’t take our word for it! Check out the evidence for the different types of aid this formula can provide.
Managing Pain and Inflammation –
There are several studies on the effects of CBD on pain. They all have consistent results, showing that CBD can help alleviate physical discomfort. In a review of such studies, CBD helped eliminate chronic pain. The review focused on central and neuropathic pain states. The research team concluded, though, that CBD is generally helpful in managing pain.
Similarly, a meta-analysis of clinical CBD trials for pain, concluded CBD could reduce several different types of pain. They saw promise for using the cannabinoid as a pharmacotherapy for pain treatment.
Meanwhile, the UCPPS clinic published a paper on the clinic’s trials with CBD for pain management. Their patients experienced a reduction in pelvic pain, muscle spasms, and inflammation through CBD administration. These results were consistent across patients, providing evidence for CBD reducing pelvic pain and overall inflammation.
When it comes to swelling, CBD and THC may be best. In a study, these compounds were 20 times stronger than aspirin at fighting swelling. Aspirin is a common NSAID. These types of medications are usually the first line of defense against edema. If CBD is more potent than the most common anti inflammatories, it shows great promise for replacing them. Considering the adverse effects of NSAIDs, CBD provides an exciting alternative.
A separate study focused on inflammation in regards to the immune system. Their interest was in the link between several autoimmune diseases and increased inflammation throughout the body. In this study, CBD helped mitigate the swelling and boosted the immune system.
What About Seizures?
In a double-blind, placebo-based, clinical study, CBD was able to help minimize seizures of certain types of patients. They paired the cannabinoid with anti-seizure medications in patients with Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. Both of these types of participants experienced an improvement in their symptoms through CBD. The researchers saw promise for CBD to help those with drug-resistant seizures.
A separate study looked at CBD as a treatment option for those with Epilepsy and Multiple Sclerosis. The research team saw improvements in symptoms of seizures, pain, and depression. They noted that the European Federation of Neurological Societies and the Canadian Pain Society support the use of CBD for symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy. They noted that differences in types of CBD oil make it difficult to create uniform results, calling for additional research into the best formulations and dosages for these benefits.
Mental Health Support –
Cannabinoids may be the perfect support for your mental health. One of the most common uses of CBD is to help with anxiety. Multiple studies have confirmed positive results through cannabidiol administration. One such study provided evidence for CBD reducing symptoms of anxiety. In a similar study, the compound helped with anxiety and symptoms of PTSD, PD, GAD, and SAD.
On another note, an animal study provided preliminary evidence for using CBD to help with depression and anxiety. Human trials are still needed, but we see an overall theme of cannabinoids helping improve mental health!
Try the CBD for Headaches –
People have used CBD for headaches for so long that there are several studies on the subject. A review of the current research consistently showed CBD as a good option for relieving headaches. The research team concluded that in the future, CBD might become a popular treatment option for the awful pounding we all can experience in our head.
CBD for Your Skin –
CBD can provide a three-pronged attack on acne for your skin, according to a study. The researchers noted CBD’s ability to regulate sebum production. Sebum hydrates our skin, but when we have too much of it, it clogs our pores. Regulating production ensures your skin maintains hydration without clogged pores.
They also noted the antibacterial properties of CBD. These can help kill bacteria that cause breakouts. In a second attack against this bacteria, CBD helps to reduce inflammation. Acne causing bacteria can get trapped in pockets of swelling, making it impossible to reach. By reducing the inflammation, the CBD can target this bacteria and eliminate it from your skin.
Finally, the reduction of edema can help minimize the red-swollen appearance of acne riddled skin.
The Entourage Effect & Other Cannabinoids –
The hemp plant has several different components in different areas of the plant. Pure hemp oil tends to be made from the stalk and seeds of the plant, avoiding the cannabinoid compounds. So, where does hemp have CBD and the rest of these cannabinoids? These compounds live throughout the entire plant, except for the seeds. Hemp seeds create hemp oil, which doesn’t contain CBD or other cannabinoids.
When all of hemp’s compounds work together, research shows they synergize. This is called the entourage effect, and it increases the potency of the rest of the cannabinoids. Hemp isn’t the only plant with such an impact. Several botanical formulas work better by using the whole plant over isolating the active ingredients.