We retain the full spectrum of cannabinoids, aromatic terpenes flavonoids and omegas through our unprecedented CO2 extraction process. Studies show this compounds work synergistically to enhance the effectiveness of CBD - a phenomenon known as the “entourage effect”. Preclinical research indicates that full spectrum CBD-rich cannabis oil is effective at much lower doses and has a wider therapeutic window than a CBD isolate.
Cannabinoids: Cannabinoids The chemical compounds secreted by cannabis flowers ( phytocannabinoids) that bind to receptors throughout our brain and body to create homeostasis or balance. CBDA non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis. After tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD) is the second-most abundant cannabinoid in the plant, and has many potential therapeutic benefits. CBDaThe precursor to CBD. CBDa is the acid form of CBD and offers an array of therapeutic benefits. CBDVInteracts with components of the endocannabinoid system to regulate brain function. CBDV is non- intoxicating, and known to be effective in the treatment of a variety of symptoms and conditions. CBCNon-intoxicating, has been shown to encourage the human brain to grow by increasing the viability of developing brain cells in a process known as neurogenesis and shows promise with skin applications. CBNThe cannabinoid into which tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) breaks down after prolonged periods of time. The degradation can be accelerated by exposing dried plant matter to oxygen and heat. Cannabinol (CBN) is only mildly intoxicating; with current research indicating it may only be one-fourth (¼) the potency of THC known to support the body in several ways including sleep. THCAn intoxicating and psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol is the most well-known cannabinoid in the plant and is capable of inducing a variety of sensory and psychological effects, including mild reverie, euphoria, increased sensory awareness, and some therapeutic benefits. THCaThe most common cannabinoid found in the raw cannabis plant. Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, or THCA, is non-intoxicating but converts into intoxicating THC when exposed to heat through a process called decarboxylation. Research indicates that THCA has its own medicinal potential in anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and anti-emetic treatments. THCvHolds potentially potent psychoactive effects, along with a host of medicinal benefits. known for stimulating, clear headed, almost psychedelic type of energetic high that is typically shorter in duration. Early research shows THCv could help speed up metabolism.
Terpenes: PineneKnown to promote feelings of alertness and focus. Additionally found in the essential oils derived from plants like rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), eucalyptus, orange peel and pine. β-MyrceneKnown for its relaxing and sedating effect, it is commonly found in mangos, hops (IPA), lemongrass and basil. δ-LimoneneCommonly found in citrus rinds, and known for its uplifting aroma and sensation. β-CaryophylleneFound in black pepper, clove and oregano it also binds to cannabinoid receptors making this terpene a super hero for therapeutic and medicinal use. EucalyptolOften found in eucalyptus this terpene supports mental benefits, can help enhance memory while boosting cognitive energy. NerolidolPresent in the essential oils of several plants and flowers including Jasmine. Known to have sedating properties and soothes the nervous system. HumuleneSubtle earthy, woody aroma with spicy herbal notes also found in sage and ginseng is known for its powerful medical benefits and known to suppress appetite. BisabololThe primary constituent of the essential oil from German chamomile. Its has a sweet floral aroma with various therapeutic topical and ingestible benefits. GeraniolKnown for its fruity, floral, sweet, and citrusy scent and known for their therapeutic benefits. LinaloolCommonly found in lavender and known for its calming effects. OcimeneFound in the oils of orchids and bergamot, sweet and herbaceous with uplifting and medical properties. This terpene is also known to be part of a plant’s defense mechanism against harmful elements. α-TerpineneIt is a chemical rearrangement of pinene, found in tea tree oil, cardamom and marjoram is an antioxidant powerhouse. TerpinoleneCommonly found in lilacs, nutmeg, cumin, and apples offers a mildly sedative effect and can support stress reduction.