1000 MG FULL SPECTRUM CBD OIL – LAB TESTED
This is the “real deal”. 750 mg of this stuff is going for $99 at Nuleaf. We have extremely similar effectiveness to their CBD and we are more than 4 times cheaper! This is our BREAD & BUTTER product. This needs to be your only source for CBD.
Full Spectrum, high terpene, whole-plant CBD, “the really good stuff”. Our full spectrum CBD goes by a lot of titles and at times the hue of our CBD oil can vary from batch to batch. Utilizing all the important phyto-compounds, terpenes, and flavonoids our full spectrum oils have a strong hempy undertone. This is your hint that you are getting the very highest standard of what this amazing plant has to give us. This has just under the .3% THC legally allowed in all 50 states. If you are afraid of drug test issues, please use our isolate oil. High quality full spectrum hemp oil is an acquired taste. Re-leaf LLC CBD products are not made with any additives or dyes to standardize the color of our products. That said, you’re left with only 100% natural CBD oil the way nature intended – sometimes dark, sometimes light, always the very best.
This 30 ML Tincture contains 1000 mg CBD oil. Full spectrum CBD oil may be a natural next step for those looking to supplement their CBD intake with a powerful and helpful product.
What is 1000 mg CBD oil? It is a whole plant product containing every cannabidiol from the cannabis plant. This includes cannabinol, cannabicyclol, tetra hyrdo cannabivarin, and cannbichromevinaric acid, to name a few.
Products like our 1000 mg CBD oil may be able to offer a wide variety of potential benefits.
Ingredients of 1000 mg Full Spectrum CBD Oil:
So, what does our 1000 mg CBD oil contain? Awesome question. It’s vital that you only ingest pure, tested cbd products. Always do your due diligence before you add anything new to your diet..
The good news is that the secrets to our 1000 mg CBD oil is very simple! The 1000 mg CBD oil contains:
- CO2 Extracted Industrial Full Spectrum CBD Oil
- MCT Coconut Oil (Carrying Oil)
Make sure to shake well before using. The ingredients of 1000 mg full spectrum CBD oil may separate over time.
The plant we use are non GMO and pesticide free grown industrial plants. All of our cbd is Heavy Metal and Pesticide FREE. This is important, as it helps to ensure health!
Many of our customers buy 1000 mg full spectrum CBD oil but do not get the dosage down to an accurate amount for them. As a result, they do not have the most efficient experience with CBD. Though you will not come to any harm from taking too much CBD, the experience you were expecting may not come.
Thus, a wrong dosage could hurt the experience. Moreover, an inaccurate dosage may very likely be the sole reason why CBD is not working for you. If that has been the case for you, this simple explanation may the answer you’ve been looking for!
As you begin your new CBD regimen, try starting out with a low dosage of 1000 mg full spectrum CBD oil.From then on, you can double or triple up every couple of hours until you have reached your comfort zone with the 1000 mg CBD oil.
Before you begin, we recommend that you research different dosages to understand the effects. In addition, you should know what feelings or experiences you are looking for. You should also be realistic about what CBD can do for you.
For example, if you’re taking CBD hoping to get a high, this is not going to happen. No matter how much CBD you take, you won’t be feeling the psycho active effect. So, there’s no point in pursuing this feeling. You have to be realistic about what CBD may be able to do for you.
Rather than going for a high dose straight away, and later not feeling the results, try to go slow and build your way up. Sometimes, this process requires patience. However, going slow and taking your time is much more preferable to taking an incorrect dosage. This could lead to you later not feeling the full effects like you would like to be.
Wondering what to do with your 1000 mg CBD oil now that you have it? Understanding the proper directions for your new CBD 1000 mg is important. It will aid in ensuring that you provide yourself with the best CBD experience.
Here is how you should take your CBD 1000 mg as you start out with your new regimen.
- Take up to 30-60 mg CBD once or twice a day. Everyone reacts different to the suggested use. It may take some time to figure out the perfect amount for you.
- You can add the CBD 1000 mg to any of your favorite foods or healthy drinks. Or, you can take your CBD 1000 mg directly under your tongue. The choice is yours.
- You are welcome to increase or reduce the amount as you feel appropriate.
- Taking the minimal amount possible will help you to also receive the full strength from the CBD you take.
Full spectrum CBD Oil Tincture with MCT Coconut Oils is an awesome combination of two of Nature’s most classic and adored superfoods. Plus, using only all natural ingredients helps to ensure high quality and health.
Why use full spectrum oil? Different cannabinoids introduce a variety of potential positives addressing a big variety of ailments, both by themselves, and in cooperation with one another, and with CBD.
We urge you that you do your own research and to see if full spectrum 1000 mg CBD Oil may be able to help you out.
Consult your doctor if you have a medical condition or are taking any medications before using 1000 mg Full Spectrum CBD Oil.
CBD Oil’s Effects on the Body
You’ve probably heard of the purported benefits of products like CBD oil. But perhaps you’re skeptical. That’s okay. Many people are hesitant to put their trust in something new. This is especially true when the product or substance has been on the other side of quite a bit of propaganda over the years.
Well, what if we told you that this miracle oil is changing people’s lives in drastic ways? As an example, one survey showed that almost half of people using CBD products stopped taking traditional medicine. This is ground breaking! In fact, eighty per cent of those people described the products as ‘very or extremely effective’.
That’s a pretty impressive endorsement. No, there is not enough scientific evidence to back it up yet. But all these people must be on to something. Why not give it a try for yourself? You have nothing to lose. CBD has very few, if any, side effects.
Isn’t that amazing? CBD seems to only be able to affect you in positive ways. It does not seem to have negative side effects or drawbacks. Instead, it only seems to benefit those who take it in wonderful ways.
If you’re ready to give CBD oil a try, you’re probably wondering what it can actually help with.
The answer is a long one. That’s because CBD oil is showing potential therapeutic benefits for a wide range of ailments. CBD may be able to help with everything from treating pain to relieving anxiety.
CBD can help with pain relief, insomnia, stress, depression, anxiety, and more. Even more serious chronic illnesses like Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, Chron’s disease, and more seem to respond well to a CBD regimen.
What is Full Spectrum?
Wondering what full spectrum means? We’ll help you out. It’s important to be able to distinguish between full spectrum and other types of products.
The difference is pretty simple, luckily. The opposite of full spectrum is a CBD isolate, or a THC free CBD product. In each and every cannabis plant, there are a variety of about one hundred different cannabinoids. THC is one of these cannabinoids. THC is the one that will get you high.
CBD is another one of these cannabinoids. It offers many of the therapeutic benefits of marijuana but without the psycho active side effect. When you isolate CBD all on its own in the form of shatter or pure CBD oil, you have a THC free product.
However, when you have CBD but do not take out other cannabinoids as well, this is what we call full spectrum. Full spectrum means it’s not just pure CBD on its own. Full spectrum means there are other cannabinoids left in as well.
Thus, full spectrum maintains more of the cannabinoids you find in the cannabis plant. It is not just the cannabinoid THC all on its own. Instead, there are other cannabinoids kept in with it as well.
Because of this, full spectrum products may contain trace amounts of THC. That’s why it’s important to be aware of the difference between THC free pure CBD and full spectrum products.