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Broad-spectrum CBD oil, virgin, organic and edible

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Our organic CBD oil is a certified organic hemp oil rich in CBD (acronym for cannabidiol) to which is added an extract of CBG (cannabigerol), one of the many cannabinoids that are a natural constituent of the Cannabis Sativa L. plant known for its many benefits.

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Which oil to choose?

How to choose the right dosage for your CBD oil with our online calculator?

There is no universally valid official dosage or recommendation for CBD.
According to the European Food Safety Authority - EFSA: without the advice of a health professional, the maximum recommended daily dose is 50 mg CBD per day. The optimal dosage depends very much on the sensitivity of each individual's endocannabinoid system, but also on body weight and the desired effect.

Collection: CBD oil - Organic, cold-pressed and edible

CBD oil, a virgin and organic oil for your well-being

Our CBD oil for ingestion (oral or sublingual) is made from organic hemp oil grown and cold-pressed in France enriched with a broad-spectrum CBD extract naturaly present in hemp, obtained in a sustainable way and certified COSMOS (Organic and Natural Cosmetics) by Ecocert

Organic hemp "made in France"

By choosing hemp as the main ingredient in our formulas, whether applied internally or externally, we are relying on a product known and recognized for its benefits. Our hemp or cannabis is grown in France in accordance with the specifications of Organic Farming.

Our oil is cold-pressed to retain all its original hemp nutrients, as well as preserving all its essential fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamin E. The active molecules of these oils remain intact, justifying the cost of their use in the formulation of natural cosmetics.

Broad spectrum CBD oil containing CBG

Broad spectrum CBD means it contains mainly cannabidiol called CBD but also numerous cannabinoids such as:

  • CBG or cannabigerol,
  • CBN or cannabinol,
  • CBC or cannabichromene,
  • as well as terpenes and flavonoids.

These components play a decisive role in the product's effectiveness. Indeed, unlike the CBD isolate, broad spectrum oil has an entourage effect, increasing the effect of CBG and CBD.

Our broad spectrum CBD oil should not be confused with full spectrum CBD oil, which corresponds to a complete extraction of the hemp plant and may therefore contain THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), therefore less secure.

SOWÉ products contain no THC, so you can drive without any worries.

100% natural ingredients

  • 100% active ingredients
  • 100% COSMOS certified by Ecocert
  • 100% natural according to ISO 16128
  • 100% French organic farming

To offer you a safe, high-quality CBD oil, we have chosen to test and analyze our oils for both their cannabinoid ratio and their microbiological suitability. Our oils are made from organic hemp seed and stalk extracts, without pesticides or chemical fertilizers.

To stay true to the product and not alter it, we haven't added any flavoring. The oil will therefore taste like hemp oil.

Our oils are then composed of just 2 ingredients:

INCI - International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients

Cannabis sativa seed oil*, cannabidiol*

* Organic raw material certified COSMOS by Ecocert

How to use CBD oil

  • Sublingual use: shake before use, place 3-5 drops* morning and evening under the tongue and wait 30 seconds before swallowing. To remain true to the product and not alter it, we haven't added any flavouring. The oil will therefore taste like hemp oil.
  • Oral ingestion: you can also put the drops on a sugar cube, in a tea, infusion, smoothie or cocktail.

There is no official dosage or recommendation for all about CBD. The optimum dosage depends a lot on the sensitivity of each individual's endocannabinoid system, body weight and the desired effect.

You can add a few drops of essential oil(s) to your CBD oil to enhance its taste and take advantage of their synergistic properties with CBD. You can adjust the dosage to suit your taste and the desired effect, but it is recommended not to exceed 6 drops of essential oil(s) for a 10 ml bottle of CBD oil.

For aeshetic purposes, you can add CBD oil to your facial care creams and benefit from the many beneficial effects that cannabis will bring to your skin.

* A CBD concentration calculator is available above to recommend the number of drops according to the concentration pourcentage of the oil

Usage precautions of the CBD oil

CBD may interact with certain medicines. If you experience any undesirable effects, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. This product is not recommended for children, pregnant or breast-feeding women.
CBD oil is not intended for medical use and should not be used to detect, diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate, prevent, manage or monitor any disease.
Food supplements and CBD oil are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Storage of the CBD oil

Store at room temperature, out of sight and reach of children, in a dry place away from UV rays and light.
Avoid severe thermal shock.

Organic Cosmetics certification ecocert cosmos

Natural origin and COSMOS certified

100% natural ingredients

  • 100% active ingredients
  • 100% COSMOS certified by Ecocert
  • 100% natural according to ISO 16128
  • 100% French organic farming

To offer you a safe, high-quality CBD oil, we have chosen to test and analyze our oils for both their cannabinoid ratio and their microbiological suitability. Our oils are made from organic hemp seed and stalk extracts, without pesticides and without chemical fertilizers.

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Premium extraction

Supercritical CO2

Our premium CBD is simply natural, not synthetic. That's why we've opted for supercritical CO2 extraction. This involves treating a natural, plant-based raw material with CO2. Between the viscosity of a gas and the density of a liquid, supercritical CO2 carries the molecules along and circulates until the desired active ingredients are fully extracted, such as CBD, CBD-V, CBG or CBC, as well as numerous terpenes, while guaranteeing the exclusion of THC.

  • Organic hemp oil CBD cannabidiol broad spectrum

    Hemp Seed Oil - organic

    • Emollient
    • Skin conditioning


    Hemp, the eco-friendly plant by nature

    . Cannabidiol (CBD) from hemp seeds has numerous properties: anti-inflammatory, sebum regulator and antioxidant.

    Hemp 
  • CBD oil broad spectrum

    Broad spectrum CBD oil - organic

    • Emollient
    • Skin conditioning
    • Antioxidant
    • Antiseborrhoeic
    • Skin protecting
    • Moisturising
    • Hair conditioning
    • Soothing


    Cannabidiol or CBD, a major constituent of hemp

    . Broad spectrum CBD is a hemp extract containing all of the plant's substances with the exception of THC. Active used as a cosmetic or food ingredient

    Broad-spectrum CBD or cannabidiol 
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Practical questions about your CBD oil

What is CBD?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a molecule extracted from hemp. CBD is legal in France and most other European countries, provided it contains little or no THC, the psychoactive substance in cannabis.

CBD is used in many cosmetic products for its moisturising, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and sebum-regulating properties. CBD can be taken as an oil, placed under the tongue or added to food.

What are the benefits of CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD), a much less psychoactive substance than THC with no established risk of dependence, is thought to be of interest in the treatment of certain forms of epilepsy, anxiety, inflammation and immune deficiency, mood disorders and even schizophrenia.

It has now been proven that cannabidiol acts directly or indirectly on many of the body's receptors.

CBD, stress and anxiety

CBD does not bind directly to CB1 and CB2 receptors, but can modulate their activity by indirectly influencing their signalling pathways. This interaction helps to regulate various physiological processes, including stress response and mood.

  • FAAH inhibition: CBD has been shown to inhibit the enzyme FAAH, which is responsible for breaking down anandamide. By inhibiting FAAH, CBD can increase the levels of anandamide in the body, thus improving the overall functioning of the SEC.
  • GABA, or gamma-aminobutyric acid, is a brain neurotransmitter responsible for reducing neuronal excitability. It acts as an inhibitor in the brain. It helps to reduce neuronal activity and is responsible for calming the nervous system, relaxation and reducing anxiety. When GABA binds to its receptors in the brain, it reduces the excitation of neurons, resulting in lower levels of anxiety and stress.

Studies have shown that CBD can indirectly enhance GABA signalling by increasing the availability of GABA in the brain. CBD inhibits the activity of an enzyme called GABA transaminase, which is responsible for the breakdown of GABA. By inhibiting this enzyme, CBD increases levels of GABA in the brain, reinforcing its inhibitory effects and helping to reduce anxiety and stress.

CBD and mood

CBD also interacts with other non-cannabinoid receptors, such as serotonin receptors (5-HT1A) and transient receptors for vanilloid potential type 1 (TRPV1). These interactions may contribute to CBD's potential therapeutic effects, including stress relief, anxiety and mood enhancement.

To find out more, read our article on the links between CBD and stress HERE

Reducing Cannabis Consumption

Unlike THC, CBD is not addictive. A study carried out on 1,500 people showed that 11% of them used CBD to reduce their cannabis consumption, with success in more than half of cases.CBD acts on different receptors to THC, which could help to reduce cannabis use without causing dependence.

Inflammation

Numerous studies attribute undeniable efficacy to CBD as an anti-inflammatory on several levels:

  • By blocking the migration of macrophages (digestion of foreign particles and pathogens).
  • By regulating the activation of lymphocytes (recognition and destruction of foreign cells).
  • By inhibiting the release of pro-inflammatory substances.
  • By promoting the release of other anti-inflammatory substances called "cytokines".

CBD improves skin condition

A growing number of studies place CBD and other phytocannabinoids as key ingredients for skin problems. According to the European Commission and their database of cosmetic ingredients (CosIng), CBD lists no fewer than 4 conclusive effects:

  • Anti-seborrhoea: Helps control sebum production.
  • Moisturiser: Keeps the skin in good condition.
  • Protective: Helps prevent the harmful effects of external factors on the skin.
  • Antioxidant: Inhibits reactions promoted by oxygen, preventing oxidation and rancidity.

What dosage of CBD should I choose?

The dosage of CBD depends on a number of factors, such as weight, sensitivity, method of consumption, the desired effect and the concentration of the product.

In general, it is advisable to start with low doses and gradually increase until the optimal dosage is found. Like any new food, this ingredient is subject to "novel food" regulation. This legislation imposes recommending a maximum dose of 50 mg per day. Above this dosage, it is recommended to consult with your doctor. There are dosage calculators available to determine the appropriate quantities and concentrations for your needs.

What is CBG or cannabigerol?

CBG or cannabigerol

CBG, or cannabigerol, is a type of cannabinoid obtained from the cannabis plant. It is described as the 'mother molecule' of all cannabinoids. Indeed, these are derived from cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), an acidic form of CBG. In the cannabis plant, CBG is available in smaller quantities than other cannabinoids.

This substance is not psychoactive and could potentially have neuroprotective, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and immune system stimulating effects.

Like any other cannabinoid, CBG interacts with the endocannabinoid system in various ways.

What precautions should be taken when using CBD oil?

CBD may interact with certain medications. If you experience any side effects, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. Not recommended for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women. CBD oil is not intended for medical use and should not be used to screen for, diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate, prevent, manage or monitor any disease. CBD oil and dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

What are the side effects of CBD?

CBD is considered safe and well tolerated by most users. Cannabidiol is non-toxic, which means that there is no danger in the event of over-consumption. Cannabidiol in overdose tends to inhibit its action, but it is possible to experience some side effects: diarrhoea, drowsiness, dry mouth, lower blood pressure, dizziness and fatigue. Very often, the side effects of CBD are of little concern to those who use it. This is either because the benefits of CBD outweigh the undesirable effects, or because CBD replaces a conventional treatment with even more serious side effects.

What are the contraindications of CBD?

  • Pregnant and breast-feeding women
  • Personal history of psychotic disorders
  • Severe heart failure.

In addition, CBD may interact with certain narrow therapeutic target drugs. It is therefore advisable to consult a healthcare professional before taking CBD.

How do I store my oil?

Store at room temperature, out of sight and reach of children, in a dry place protected from UV rays and light. Avoid severe thermal shock.

How do you consume CBD?

There are different forms of CBD. CBD can be consumed in the form of oil, to be placed under the tongue or added to food. It can also be smoked in the form of e-liquid, for use with an electronic cigarette. It can also be drunk as an herbal tea, infused in hot water. Finally, it can be applied to the skin in the form of a cream, balm or gel, to treat skin problems or local pain. However, sublingual use of CBD is often recommended for several reasons:

  • Rapid absorption: When CBD is taken sublingually, it is absorbed directly through the blood vessels under the tongue.
  • High bioavailability: The sublingual route results in higher bioavailability of CBD, meaning that more CBD is available for the body to use.

To take CBD sublingually, simply place a few drops of CBD under the tongue and hold for a while before swallowing.

However, it's important to note that the appropriate dose of CBD can vary depending on the individual and the desired effect. It is therefore recommended to start with a low dose and adjust according to your body's response.

Where can I buy CBD?

CBD is available from a wide range of outlets, including specialist shops, pharmacies, parapharmacies and online shops. However, you need to be careful about the quality and legality of the product, as many CBD products are of poor quality or contain too much THC. You need to check the product's origin, composition, concentration and analyses, and choose a reputable seller who complies with the regulations in force.

What are terpenes?

Terpenes are the plant's aromatic compounds

They help protect it against predators and infectious agents. They have potential therapeutic properties. They are found, just like phytocannabinoids, in the trichomes of the flower, but also in the leaves. For the record, not all terpenes are specific to hemp and can be found in many plants.

Here are a few examples of the most well-known terpenes that we can find in hemp.

Myrcene

A major component of hemp, it may have analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal, antioxidant and neuroprotective properties. It may also have sedative and relaxing effects.

Limonene

The second most common terpene, it is believed to act as an antioxidant, anxiolytic, antibacterial, antifungal, and antidepressant substance. Found in citrus fruits (lemon scent). In alternative medicine, it reduces heartburn and gastric reflux.

Pinene

Bronchodilator, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, and antibacterial.

Linalool

Also present in mint, lavender and basil. Used as an anxiolytic and calming agent.

There are dozens of terpenes in hemp. The presence of these terpenes contributes to what is called the entourage effect and is a guarantee of product quality.

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