WHAT IS CBD?

GETTING INTO DETAIL

Our CBD is sourced only from federally-protected industrial hemp (legal since 2014 and by law must contain less than 0.3% THC).  CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it does not alter mood or perception of reality. It is also remarkably safe to use in humans and animals, as we naturally have an affinity for the molecule. Because of this, both are able to tolerate high doses with no change in side effects. Currently, the only side effect recorded is occasional somnolence, or sleepiness. It’s primary effects on the endo-cannabinoid system are incredibly beneficial, because they line up with major endogenous pain control systems. Cannabidiol binds to the TRPV1 receptor and acts as an agonist that inhibits fatty acid amidohydrolase (FAAH), which has been demonstrated to reduce pain and inflammation. TRPV1 exists primarily in the peripheral nervous system, which is why CBD is an effective analgesic topical for skin and joint pain. Additionally CBD has been shown in multiple lab settings to prevent and/or reduce seizures. Cannabidiols efficacy coupled with its safety has led to its widespread use as an anticonvulsant. It is important to note traditional anticonvulsants have on average a 70-75% success rate at reducing seizures, meaning there is room for supplementation.

IN OTHER WORDS

  • CBD does not get you high, or alter your perception of reality

  • CBD has not been shown to be harmful or addictive

  • CBD helps your brain forget about pain rather than numbing it

  • CBD reduces inflammation throughout the entire body

  • CBD has been shown to reduce seizures when added to existing treatments

GETTING INTO DETAIL

Our CBD is sourced only from federally-protected industrial hemp (legal since 2014 and by law must contain less than 0.3% THC).  CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it does not alter mood or perception of reality. It is also remarkably safe to use in humans and animals, as we naturally have an affinity for the molecule. Because of this, both are able to tolerate high doses with no change in side effects. Currently, the only side effect recorded is occasional somnolence, or sleepiness. It’s primary effects on the endo-cannabinoid system are incredibly beneficial, because they line up with major endogenous pain control systems. Cannabidiol binds to the TRPV1 receptor and acts as an agonist that inhibits fatty acid amidohydrolase (FAAH), which has been demonstrated to reduce pain and inflammation. TRPV1 exists primarily in the peripheral nervous system, which is why CBD is an effective analgesic topical for skin and joint pain. Additionally CBD has been shown in multiple lab settings to prevent and/or reduce seizures. Cannabidiols efficacy coupled with its safety has led to its widespread use as an anticonvulsant. It is important to note traditional anticonvulsants have on average a 70-75% success rate at reducing seizures, meaning there is room for supplementation.

IN OTHER WORDS

  • CBD does not get you high, or alter your perception of reality

  • CBD has not been shown to be harmful or addictive

  • CBD helps your brain forget about pain rather than numbing it

  • CBD reduces inflammation throughout the entire body

  • CBD has been shown to reduce seizures when added to existing treatments

GETTING INTO DETAIL

Our CBD is sourced only from federally-protected industrial hemp (legal since 2014 and by law must contain less than 0.3% THC).  CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it does not alter mood or perception of reality. It is also remarkably safe to use in humans and animals, as we naturally have an affinity for the molecule. Because of this, both are able to tolerate high doses with no change in side effects. Currently, the only side effect recorded is occasional somnolence, or sleepiness. It’s primary effects on the endo-cannabinoid system are incredibly beneficial, because they line up with major endogenous pain control systems. Cannabidiol binds to the TRPV1 receptor and acts as an agonist that inhibits fatty acid amidohydrolase (FAAH), which has been demonstrated to reduce pain and inflammation. TRPV1 exists primarily in the peripheral nervous system, which is why CBD is an effective analgesic topical for skin and joint pain. Additionally CBD has been shown in multiple lab settings to prevent and/or reduce seizures. Cannabidiols efficacy coupled with its safety has led to its widespread use as an anticonvulsant. It is important to note traditional anticonvulsants have on average a 70-75% success rate at reducing seizures, meaning there is room for supplementation.

IN OTHER WORDS

  • CBD does not get you high, or alter your perception of reality

  • CBD has not been shown to be harmful or addictive

  • CBD helps your brain forget about pain rather than numbing it

  • CBD reduces inflammation throughout the entire body

  • CBD has been shown to reduce seizures when added to existing treatments

what can cbd help me with?

  • Inflammation

  • Epilepsy & Seizures

  • Muscle & Joint Pain

  • Mobility & Agility Issues

  • Stress & Anxiety

  • Skincare, including acne

WHAT IS FULL SPECTRUM DISTILLATE?

GETTING INTO DETAIL

Today, the hemp industry is booming with discussions about Full Spectrum Extract: the analysis of various chemical compounds found in cannabis and how they can be utilized for specific benefits both in conjunction and independently of one another. Full Spectrum Analysis is based off of the entourage effect. The entourage effect was first applied in context to cannabis by renowned Israeli biochemist, Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, in 1998. Essentially, the entourage effect is a proposed mechanism by which individually non-psychoactive compounds modulate the overall psychoactive effects of THC when in union. In short, it’s the study of how cannabinoids, such as THC, CBD, CBG, CBN etc., interact synergistically and independently. By diving into this research, scientists can discover the most beneficial applications of the compounds both in isolation, as well as in specific terpene and cannabinoid profile ratios. As an example, CBD and THC engage with each other in a way where CBD actually decreases the amount of “high” felt by THC. This is because of the compound receptor, CB1, which sends the body a “high” response when activated. THC is a CB1 agonist, meaning that it bonds directly to it without changing the capacity of CB1 to receive other compounds. CBD, on the other hand, is a CB1 antagonist. In contrast, CBD slightly and specifically adjusts the capacity of CB1, thus limiting its intake of THC. This is why CBD is able to reduce the “high” sensation of THC. It’s the relationship between all of these compounds that makes harvesting, cultivating, and taming the cannabis plant so fascinating.

IN OTHER WORDS

  • Skyline's hemp distillate generally consists of 80 percent CBD or more

  • THC is the compound that produces psychoactive effects, but at 5 percent or less, it is too minimal to produce a significant reaction

  • CBC is the chemical compound that helps relieve anxiety and paranoia

  • CBN supports healthy and full sleep cycles

  • CBG has been shown to reduce seizures when added to existing treatments

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