What Do I Need to Know About Essential Oils?
What Do I Need to Know About CBD?
Ultimate Body Relief
Relaxation, Everyday Stress, Anti-Convulsant, Mood Enhancer
Anti-ischemic Raises, Cerebral Blood Flow
Relieves Contractions of the Small Intestines, Improves Gut Health
Whole Body Protection
Free Radical Fighter, Inhibits blood cells that feed tumors, Lowers Discomfort Levels
Muscular & Skeletal
Bone Growth, Muscle Tension Relief, Reduces Inflammation due to Exercise, Muscle Repair
Endocrine & Immune System
Lowering Blood Sugar, Regulates and Balances, Slows Bacteria Growth
The human Endocannabinoid System is packed with receptors throughout the body, including the brain. These receptors are called CB1 and CB2, which are involved in a series of internal biological processes that regulate our mood, sensations of pain, our appetite, and our memory – just to name a few.
CB1 receptors are what THC molecules actually attach to. These receptors are mostly commonly found within the human central nervous system.
CB2 receptors are what CBD molecules attach to. These are found mostly within the human immune system. It’s these receptors that give CBD oil and essential oils the capability to help support your body’s best health.
Suggested Dosing for CBD
Everyone has a unique chemistry, making the correct dosing of CBD individual as well. We suggest starting low with 5-10 drops total (12.5 – 25 mg) spread through the day for a few days. You will drop the oil under your tongue and wait 90 seconds before swallowing.
Observe and monitor the effects and adjust accordingly until you find your personal sweet spot. As you monitor, keep in mind that the effects of orally administered CBD can last for four hours or more. But the onset of the effects is much slower (30 – 90 minutes). Overall, less is more when it comes to CBD:
- Plant Juice CBD Oil is 1,500 mg / 30 ML / 1 FL oz.
- 1 drop = 2.5 mg of CBD