Posted by The Survival Center on November 29, 2016
CBD - Outlawed for 70 years Now legal all 50 states
Hemp is making a comeback.
Industrial Hemp that is...
For many years its fibers were used to make ropes and clothing and can be used to make so much more.
More and more states are legalizing Hemp growing and Marijuana for medical or recreational use.
In this blog we are more concerned with the benefits of CBD, Cannabidiol extracted from Hemp. It is not psycho active, which means it doesn't make you high and the research on its beneficial properties for the body is promising.
Check out our New Hemp Pure CBD extracts.
Available now in 3 different strengths.
Industrial Hemp contains less than 0.3% THC, and each batch is tested to confirm that the tincture has below 0.3% THC.
Only the best hemp is sourced from within the state of Colorado. It is tested to make sure It is non-GMO and is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers.
Some of the Medical/Health Benefits of CBD are many and research is still scratching the surface, cannabidiol is proving to be immensely beneficial for the treatment of different ailments and disorders.
While its anticonvulsant benefits are garnering all the headlines as several states work through the process of making CBD oil available to children suffering from epilepsy, CBD can also treat inflammation, anxiety, and neurodegenerative disorders. It has even been linked to the treatment of cancer. Many report it helps them sleep better. Click here for a list of items available.
Read more about how it affects cancer cells.
1. Will your whole hemp extract get me high?
No. Marijuana contains Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the psycho-active component. Industrial Hemp contains less than 0.3% THC, and we test each batch to confirm that our tincture has below 0.3% THC. There’s no possibility of intoxication or psycho-active effects by consuming our whole hemp extract (CBD Hemp Oil) or any whole, raw natural product from Industrial Hemp products. Here is a great article about the differences between the two: https://www.medicaljane.com/2015/01/14/the-differences-between-hemp-and-cannabis/
2. Will I fail a drug test if I use your Whole Hemp Extract?
No. It is impossible to ingest enough hemp food products to build up the required THC metabolite that would trigger a false positive.
2. What does Spagyric mean?
Spagyrics is a centuries-old branch of alchemy which, through the use of traditional alchemical methods and detailed processes, is devoted to the production of medicines and tinctures that differ greatly from conventional or homeopathic medications and result in a much more powerful product. The various production steps involved are far more time-consuming then the methods nowadays used to produce conventional medicines. Additionally, they are made in observance of and in harmony to specific cosmic cycles as well as the positions of the sun, moon and planets.
3. Does it contain alcohol?
Only a small amount. We use a cold extraction method for our Whole Hemp Extract. Ethanol is used in this process, as a solvent, to extract a very high percentage the beneficial compounds from the hemp plant such as CBD, CBC, CBN, CBG, terpenes, bioflavonoids, and amino acids. Through our process, the ethanol is evaporated leaving a very small amount of alcohol left in our finished product. To further improve taste and bioavailability, Our whole hemp extracts are suspended in a Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) Coconut Oil.
4. What is the difference between hemp seed oil and hemp extract?
Hemp seed oil is oil made by pressing the seed of the hemp plant. Hemp seed oil contains no THC or CBD, is used primarily for cooking and baking, and is known for its high nutrition content. Hemp extract is an extraction made from the flowering bud of the hemp plant and has high amounts of CBD and other compounds when extracted using our spagyric method.
5. Is your hemp American grown and produced in the United States? Where do you source your hemp from?
Yes. We sources only ethically grown and harvested industrial hemp from within the state of Colorado.
6. Have your hemp extracts been tested? What kind of testing/analysis is performed on your products?
Yes. Every batch is sent for gas chromatography testing to determine the CBD and additional compound concentrations. We take steps to ensure our consumers get the levels of natural constituents they expect from a quality whole hemp extract.
7. Is your hemp Certified Organic?
Currently sourced only the best hemp from within the state of Colorado. We test to make sure It is non-GMO and is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers. We only source ethically grown and harvested whole hemp plant sources. Currently, there is not an organic certification process in place for commercially grown hemp.
The Survival Center Farm and Prepper Team
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