The “entourage effect” was first discovered in 1998 by Israeli researcher Raphael Mechoulam and scientists while studying the cannabinoid profile of hemp. The entourage effect is the result of all parts of the hemp plant, such as cannabinoids and terpenes, working together, producing a more profound effect than an isolated cannabinoid alone. Full spectrum CBD extracts contain a vast array of cannabinoids and terpenes found in hemp, while CBD isolate is just CBD in its purest form. Full spectrum extracts and broad spectrum extracts contain a full array of cannabinoid compounds, which prove to be more effective than CBD on its own.
Pure Hemp Botanicals full spectrum CBD formulations contain whole hemp compounds, which include cannabinoids of all kinds such as cannabidiol (CBD), Cannabinol (CBN), Cannabigerol (CBG), 0.3% or less of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and more. Our full spectrum CBD oil is extracted from Colorado grown hemp and is all natural. The plant terpenes produce the aromatic compounds which lend to the natural, earthy taste in our CBD oil formulations. The synergy of whole hemp compounds such as cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, and fatty acids can work together in the entourage effect, and helps to maintain homeostasis in the endocannabinoid system and restore balance to areas of the body that need it.
A daily dose of Pure Hemp Botanicals CBD can support your overall wellness and target issues, delivering powerful results. Together, whole hemp plant compounds give your endocannabinoid system the most significant benefit instead of ingesting one component at-a-time. When taking full spectrum or broad spectrum CBD oil, start with a low dose and tracks your results. Work up slowly until desired results are achieved. The synergy of cannabinoids working together in our full spectrum formula provides you with the best results and value from our pure hemp extracts.
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