CBD stands for cannabidiol - which is just one of the active cannabinoids contained in the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa). It’s completely non-psychoactive and works by supporting important processes like homeostasis, as well as the immune, neurological, and circulatory system.
To make CBD oil we first extract the CBD along with other cannabinoids - like CBC, CBG, and CBN - and other beneficial compounds like terpenes and polyphenols. The extract is then mixed with a high-grade hemp seed oil to improve absorption and provide other beneficial compounds - such as omega fatty acids and antioxidants.
These CBD oil capsules contain 20mg of pure cannabidiol per capsule, dissolved in a hemp seed carrier oil to support absorption through the digestive tract.
These CBD oil capsules are made from premium European hemp, and extracted using state of the art supercritical carbon dioxide.
Carbon dioxide, like all other elements on earth, have a specific boiling point where they change from a liquid to a gas. Using high-tech equipment we can force the carbon dioxide into a rare supercritical state - where it’s both a liquid and a gas at the same time.
This unique state of CO2 makes it a perfect solvent for extracting the phytochemicals from plants - including hemp.
The process is extremely safe and efficient, stripping the cannabinoids out of the hemp plant and leaving the unwanted fibers, proteins, and minerals behind. No need for toxic solvents, or high heat which can degrade the quality of the final product.
Once the pressure is released, the CO2 evaporates from the solution immediately, leaving behind pure hemp extract.
This CBD extract is dissolved in hemp seed oil to improve absorption in the digestive tract and encapsulated into gel capsules.
Each softgel capsule contains 20 milligrams of pure CBD extract dissolved in 200mg high-grade hemp seed carrier oil.
We recommend taking one or two capsules per day. Dosages can vary from one person to the next so it’s important to listen to your body and take the dose that feels best for you. Start small, and increase the dose once you know how your body reacts.