It is impossible to talk about CBD benefits without understanding its effects on the body. Full spectrum hemp oil and other CBD products work by influencing the body's endocannabinoid system (ECS), responsible for sensations including mood, pain, and happiness. The ECS also regulates sleep and appetite.
Think of the ECS as your body's regulatory committee. When some sensations go wild, your body's regulatory committee (the ECS) steps in to establish some balance and harmony in a process known as homeostasis. Now enter full spectrum hemp oil that contains all the cannabinoids from the cannabis plant, including THC. The full range of cannabidiol in the body creates the entourage effect; multiple chemical compounds combining to produce a stronger effect than they could individually.
To put it simply, the cannabinoid profile of full spectrum hemp oil is almost equal to that of the cannabis plant, including THC. Full spectrum oil contains a diverse range of cannabinoid compounds, including CBD, CBG, CBDa, THC, flavonoids, and terpenes. Many of our clients at Good Stuff Dispensary know the effects of CBD. However, a good number of them do not know the effects of the other cannabinoids, including CBDa, CBC, and CBG.
Like CBD, CBDa is quite potent and can convert into CBD through a chemical process known as decarboxylation. Cannabichromene, or CBC, has the potential to minimize pain, inflammation, and the growth of cancer cells. On the other hand, cannabigerol, or CBG, boosts appetite and mood. Some studies suggest CBG also has the potential to minimize the occurrence of glaucoma.
Cannabinol, or CBN, promotes bone health and may help with the healing of fractures. Other cannabinoid compounds contained in full spectrum CBD include terpenes and flavonoids. The former gives full spectrum hemp oil its unique aroma, boosts relaxation, and minimizes anxiety, pain, and inflammation. On the other hand, flavonoids relieve stress and pain. In addition, they provide full spectrum CBD with its unique taste and scent.
The entourage effect is a common term often associated with full and broad spectrum CBD. However, some CBD users do not fully understand what this term means. This term was coined in 1999 by two scientists who discovered that cannabinoids work in unison, pretty much like the human endocannabinoid system.
Today, people use the entourage effect to describe the effects of the chemical reactions that occur because of the interaction of different cannabinoids in the body. The simultaneous interaction of multiple cannabinoids in the body creates a much stronger impact on the ECS than if the chemical compounds had interacted with the ECS individually, and studies indicate that the therapeutic effects are more evident.
This product has wide-ranging benefits, including:
Of all the CBD oils on the market, full spectrum tops the list in terms of the diversity of cannabinoids and terpenes and rewards users with a broader range of hemp benefits.
They are available in three strengths, and all come in natural flavor or the minty-fresh flavor of peppermint:
Good Stuff Dispensary enables you to easily place your order online or by phone. Apart from our excellent customer service, we offer quality full spectrum hemp oil products made by New Spectrum Labs. Our CBD is loaded with cannabinoids to ensure you get the effects you want without getting high. In addition, they contain our patented formula BioFulmate, which facilitates the absorption of CBD into the body. We encourage you to browse our CBD product inventory on our website.
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