Why is this important you say? Because whole-plant molecules work better together to produce the best benefits.
Which you’re worth.
Great question! CBD comes from the Industrial Hemp plant, which also comes from the Cannabis family of plants.I know, I know. You hear Cannabis and think Recreational Cannabis or Weed. That's not us. In order to be considered Industrial Hemp and grown under the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, our plants have to legal levels of THC which are less than .3% Delta9 THC. Think of it as being Cannabis 2.0 without the "Duh", "Bro", mind-altering version that you experienced back in college or what we like to call the "Good ol' days." It's got all of the good stuff that we're looking for. Back to CBD. It is a single molecule or element, but just one of the really great molecules that comes from this amazing plant. When you typically see a product marketed as CBD, what you are seeing is a product that is derived from 99.9% pure CBD, where all of these other really great molecules have been removed or burned off at various pressures and temperatures to no longer exist. It was the very first form of the product that people began to market in order to avoid the "grey area" aspect of the early, legal hemp industry. With time, what we've found is that a whole-plant extract or what people refer to as "Full or Broad-Spectrum" has far greater benefits than taking the isolated form of CBD. We've actually found that most people have to take 4-5x the dose of CBD Isolate to have the same experience as a whole-plant extract. Now historically, when someone says hemp oil, they are referring to the oil that comes from hemp seeds, stalks or stems which are high in the really good Omega's and contain no Cannabinoids (OR science speak for what we call these molecules). And that is the opposite of what we produce. When we say Hemp Oil, we're talking about the motherload of Hemp Extract that contains all of the original plant cannabinoids and terpenes, only derived from hemp flowers (no seeds, stalks or stems here). All legal of course and below the Federal Guidelines of .3% Delta-9 THC. Research suggests it may feel like a ¼ glass of wine or as Jane would like to say, "A Kiss from your Valentine." We hope this clears up any confusion and makes you an expert now on the difference between that recently famous 3-letter acronym that your local gas station sells versus what Jane takes to get to her happy place. If you have any other questions, feel free to let us know at email@example.com
A warm bath in a bottle you might say. Yes, it’s possible. #withJane