What is Full Spectrum CBD Oil?
And yes, hemp oil is legal in Texas and the remaining 49 states! Thanks Farm Bill 2018.
We believe that full spectrum products are the way to go because of the entourage effect that is provided for mind and body. Entourage effect is a term referring to how all the compounds work together in a synergistic fashion.
What is full spectrum hemp extract? It means that the hemp oil extracted from the hemp plant maintains all the compounds from the plant.
The compounds include the following:
*CBD - this is the NON psychoactive cannabinoid found in hemp
*Other cannabinoids including cannabigerol (CBG) and cannabinol (CBN), I know some many of these words seem the same!
*Flavonoids - are a diverse group of phytonutrients found in fruits and veggies. Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants with anti-inflammatory and immense system benefits.
*Terpenes - create an aromatic effect but also help with relieving stress (aromatherapy), pain, inflammation, appetite, anxiety, elevate moods and bacterial infections.
*Essential Fatty Acids
*Vitamins and Minerals.
What’s the big deal about hemp oil extract what does hemp oil do for you?
Studies have shown that the above listed compounds have important health benefits that include feelings of calmness, stress relievers, improved moods and helps with sleep cycles (who doesn’t need that?).
Additionally hemp oil effects our endocannabinoid system (ECS) positively. What is ECS?
It is a highly important receptor system the promotes stable equilibrium for sleep, helps with pain, moods and memory.
But what does my ECS have to do with cannabinoids? Our body produces our own cannabinoids - it’s even in breastmilk and the way it reacts with ECS has an effect on your mind and body.
When cannabinoids are introduced, like the ones in our hemp extract oil, our ECS responds with beneficial effect on your brain and body.
Pretty cool, huh? Nature doing it’s job, naturally.
I know the question you are dying to ask, “Hey Mignon, is this going to get me high?”
Yes, if feeling healthy and great naturally gets you ‘high’.
However, the real answer to your question is, no.
Tetrahydrocannabinol is THC, which is the component of cannabis that creates a high.
Hemp and marijuana are two different plants with the the Cannabis genus so they are not the same.
Both plants share a common compound in CBD. Here is the main thing you need to know. Marijuana has high (ha! did you get that?) concentrations of THC where hemp only contains trace amounts of THC (less than, 0.3%). That trace amount will NOT get you high.
I hope this answers your question and I invite you to try our amazing, natural CBD products at naturallymignon.com.