Cannabidiol (broad spectrum)

Nom latin: Cannabidiol.

Actifs: Anti-inflammatory, Soothing, Antioxidant, Sleep quality, Muscle recovery, Relaxing.

Chemistry:

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a molecule extracted from the hemp plant, which belongs to the Cannabinaceae family and the cannabis genus. This plant contains more than a hundred cannabinoids, such as THC, CBG and CBN. Although hemp has been used for thousands of years, it was not until 1940 that a chemist, Dr Roger Adams, isolated the first cannabinoid, CBD. It was his research that led to the identification of another well-known cannabinoid, THC. For the record, CBD is the second most studied cannabinoid after THC. Nevertheless, CBD does not have any psychotropic effects, unlike THC. 

Manufacturing:

The pure broad spectrum distilate is obtained by supercritical CO2 extraction. In addition to CBD, which is present at 85%, the distilate contains numerous phytocannabinoids such as CBG and CBC (but 0% THC).

Properties:

The broad spectrum distilate is an ideal product to benefit from all aspects of the plant without the psychotropic effects of THC. The different components of hemp have been shown to have much more powerful effects when used together rather than separately. This is what we call the entourage effect. Used in cosmetics, according to the European Commission, through their cosmetic ingredients database Cosing, CBD lists no less than 4 compelling effects: Anti-sebum - conditioning - protecting - antioxidant. However, CBD has other uses, as the phytocannabinoids in the distillate chemically interact with the endocannabinoid system in the human body, which can lead to a physiological/psychological reaction. It is ideal for treating inflammation, muscle pain, sleep disorders, anxiety, fatigue, but also to help relaxation and concentration.

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