Blue Ribbon Hemp – TINCTURE- BROAD SPRECTRUMBlue Ribbon Hemp?
Dr. Igor specifically made this product to provide the highest amount of hemp extract for the very lowest price on the market. This broad spectrum whole hemp extracted MCT-based tincture provides the highest level of relief in the most popular and easily dosable product format with ZERO THC. Read below for more information.
Tropical Mango Flavored
Specifically for the Senior Palate To Taste Great
Broad Spectrum Hemp
Full Entourage Effect without any THC
MTC Oil Based Tincture
One of the easily digestible oils on the planet
NO CRP Cap
Friendly on arthritis or pain in hands & Joints
Tinctures are probably the most popular way to consume hemp-based products. Tinctures absorb sublingually very readily, so many people find the best way to use these products is to hold them under their tongue for approx 30 seconds and then swallow. Of course you could also just eat it with your favorite food or drink and the effects will usually occur within 40 mins.
More than isolate: Broad Spectrum Hemp products have naturally -occurring phytocannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids in every serving, but with ZERO THC. That’s the Blue Ribbon Hemp difference.
Our premium Broad Spectrum Hemp Products are designed to help you maintain:
• Healthy sleeping patterns
• Recovery from inflammation
• A sense of calm for focus
• We add no dyes or terps or anything besides MCT oil, Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract and our flavoring. That’s it.
Dropper use: Gently squeeze the rubber end and release. The dropper will be half full which indicates a “full dropper”. (Don’t worry if the oil doesn’t fill the entire dropper, it shouldn’t)
• Try to use at the same times per day so your body gets keyed
• Store in a cool dry place.
• Try not to touch the dropper to your mouth or lips to keep the product preserved
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease
The term “entourage effect” gives the connotation that all the work is being done by a prevalent cannabinoid (like THC or CBD), while the other minor cannabinoids and terpenes are there as a sea of relatively insignificant minions. In some cases, this may be true, like when an individual uses a CBD isolate that doesn’t have much else going for it.
However, there are a staggering variety of chemical phenotypes (chemotypes of cannabis) in the world. Plants that have a rich diversity of cannabinoids and terpenes may fall more into an “ensemble effect,” rather than an “entourage effect.” Just like an orchestra, each individual instrument contributes to the overall experience of the musical piece. THC may be the conductor, and CBD might be first -chair violin, but each instrument, each different cannabinoid molecule, each terpene, contributes to the overall experience. (Source)
CBD or cannabidiol is one of the 60 cannabinoids found in the plants of the cannabis species. After THC, CBD is the next most abundantly found cannabinoid in the plants of the Cannabis species.
CBD is short for cannabidiol which is one of the primary phytocannabinoid compounds found within cannabis. All in all, there are 113 compounds contained within the plant, but cannabidiol is the second most abundant. There is a common misconception that CBD oil and CBD can cause you to be inebriated; this is far from the truth, however. A product must contain a high enough concentration of THC in order to impart any psychotropic effects. Instead, CBD is able to provide healthful benefits without worry.
THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol which is the primary compound found in the marijuana plant. This is the compound in marijuana which gives you a psychoactive high. When it comes to plant production there are different varieties of the same species of cannabis that yield different results. Some types product high amounts of THC which is classified as the drug type while other varieties produce high amounts of CBD with trace amounts of THC. These are the plants that CBD oil is derived from.
Marijuana and hemp are two different species of Cannabis sativa and have been developed bred for different intentions. Hemp is always Cannabis sativa while marijuana can be either Cannabis sativa or Cannabis indica. Hemp has more industrial application in addition to CBD oil production. The hemp plant is often leggy and fibrous with long stalks and as few buds as possible whereas marijuana has been bred to be comprised predominantly of buds containing the highest concentration of THC possible
Since CBD is derived from hemp that contains less than 0.3% THC, it is legal at the federal level according to the Farm Bill passed in 2018. Aside from federal legislation, legalization that relates to the growing of hemp varies from state to state. In Idaho CBD products are considered legal if they contain zero percent THC. Due to federal law most states have rendered it legal to own CBD with South Dakota and Nebraska being the exceptions.
Choice of consumption is totally up to you! CBD can be delivered orally, sublingually, topically, or through inhaling vapor. Vaporization has the highest rate of absorption, with sublingual delivery being the second most effective and digestion being the third. Transdermal application is best for localized pain as it can be applied directly to the problem area.
New studies are emerging everyday that show that CBD can aid in the treatment of insomnia, anxiety, chronic pain, Parkinson’s disease, certain forms of cancer, cancer prevention, epilepsy, depression, PTSD, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s, anorexia, arthritis, asthma, Tourette’s syndrome, obesity, nausea, inflammation, Hungtington’s disease, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, bipolar disorder, cardiovascular disorders, and more. As a whole CBD helps to promote overall wellness when administered daily.
Extraction of CBD has evolved greatly over the years. Many distributors now choose to opt for a CO2 extraction process that mitigates any risk associated with butane or ethanol extraction. This method of processing CBD avoids any possibility of contaminants left after the extraction, however, it’s downside is that it leaves less terpenes than other extraction methods.
We recommend always exhibiting caution when combining CBD dosage with any other medications. Specifically, doctors recommend avoiding eating grapefruit before or after application of CBD as it can have a mitigating or amplifying effect on blood levels.
Although most drug tests specialize in identifying THC if the CBD product you’re utilizing contains trace amounts of THC it is still possible to show up on a drug test. Whether you’ve experienced psychoactive effects from the trace THC is irrelevant.
When consuming CBD quality is a top priority. We find distributors that are growing the highest quality organic hemp under FDA certified conditions. It’s possible for a crop or product to contain trace pesticides and insecticides which is not something anyone wants to intentionally ingest. On our marketplace we curate high quality and trustworthy brands all under one roof.