Full Spectrum Hemp Oil vs. Isolate. Which is Better?

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What is full-spectrum hemp oil and how does it differ from CBD isolate?

Full-spectrum hemp products and whole plant medicinals have been used by humans since the dawn of time. Thus, despite newly gained fame as a modern panacea, the therapeutic use of CBD rich cannabis and its constituents is not a novel development in our evolutionary history.

Hemp, like other medicinal plants, is loaded with a full spectrum of bioactive molecules, all with slightly different structures, that work together to produce and enhance each other’s therapeutic effects. This is where full-spectrum hemp oil gets its name.

As the therapeutic potential of cannabis gained fame, scientists, pharmaceutical companies and cannabis producers went one step further and isolated the plant’s two most abundant cannabinoids: THC and CBD. This allowed for the study of these two compounds without any confounding variables such as terpenes, phenolics, and other cannabinoids like CBN, CBG, and over 100 others.

Interestingly, although researchers observed the therapeutic benefits of both cannabinoids in isolate form, the desired effects only appeared within very specific doses, outside of which they were not observed.

Then, in 2015, in an effort to investigate the perplexing dose-response curve observed in isolate research, a groundbreaking study from Israel compared the efficacy of CBD isolate to its whole-plant or full-spectrum counterpart. The study, which examined the anti-inflammatory and anti-nociceptive (nociception is the detection of painful stimuli) responses in mice found that unlike isolate, as the dose of full-spectrum hemp oil increased, so did the breadth of its therapeutic benefits.

So, What Is CBD Isolate and How Is It Made?

CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD. During the hemp oil extraction process, all of the hemp plant’s other compounds are removed. This includes all other plant matter, cannabinoids, terpenes, and phenolics. In the end, only a tasteless, odorless, crystalline solid or powder that consists only of CBD molecules remains.

Over the past ten to fifteen years, many studies have focused on the effects of pure CBD across various animal models including rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes type 1, inflammatory bowel disease and multiple sclerosis. As mentioned previously, these studies observed the healing effects of CBD only when the isolate was administered within a very limited dose range. Surprisingly, no beneficial effects were observed at either lower or higher doses. This suggests that when CBD is used as a natural remedy for inflammation or inflammatory diseases, the best approach may be to use full-spectrum hemp oil.

How Does Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil Differ From CBD Isolate?

Full-spectrum hemp oil is extracted from the aerial parts of the hemp plant. Unlike isolates, full-spectrum hemp oils retain a broad range of the plant’s cannabinoids, terpenes, phenolics, essential vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids during extraction.

Like most whole plant medicinals, cannabis contains hundreds of bioactive molecules, each of which possesses a unique array of therapeutic properties. Although each compound appears to be beneficial in its own way, studies suggest that some of their effects are most notable when they are working in tandem. The ways in which these bioactive molecules work together to produce and enhance desired effects have been called the entourage effect.

The Entourage Effect

A popular term in cannabis literature, the entourage effect refers to the combined power of different cannabinoids, terpenes, and phenolics to enhance each other’s desired effects when they are consumed together. The entourage effect is one reason why full-spectrum and broad-spectrum hemp extracts can be more powerful than single chemical isolates.

Hemp Contains A Full Spectrum of Bioactive Molecules

The cannabis plant is chock full of bioactive substances that exert effects on the human body. The three main compounds present in full-spectrum hemp oils are cannabinoids, terpenes, and phenolics.

Cannabinoids

Despite deriving their name from the cannabis plant, cannabinoids can be found throughout nature. Both plants and mammals produce cannabinoids. They are even present in human breast milk.

More than 120 cannabinoids have been identified and although they all share a similar architecture, each variation produces slightly different effects on our bodies. The major cannabinoids include THC, CBD, THC-A, THC-V, CBD-A, CBC, CBN, and CBG.

All animals, including vertebrates and invertebrates, have endocannabinoid systems. In fact, the most primitive animal found to have cannabinoid receptors is the sea-squirt, an animal that evolved over 600 million years ago. The main function of the endocannabinoid system appears to be the maintenance of homeostasis, or biological harmony in response to environmental changes.

Cannabinoids bind to endocannabinoid receptors that are present throughout the body, including the skin, immune cells, fat tissue, pancreas, bone, liver, skeletal system, heart, blood vessels, kidney, and gastrointestinal tract. As such, cannabinoids play a crucial role in nearly every bodily function, including sleep, metabolism, mood, and injury mitigation.

Studies support the role of cannabinoids in reducing anxiety, decreasing pain and inflammation, controlling nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy, killing cancer cells, slowing tumor growth, relaxing tight muscles in people with multiple sclerosis, stimulating appetite, increasing metabolism, stabilizing hormones, mitigating seizures, improving sleep and much more.

Terpenes

Terpenes are naturally occurring aromatic hydrocarbons found in plants and animals. With over 50,000 terpenes identified, they are arguably the largest and most diverse class of organic compounds. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, which contribute to the roles they play in our bodies.

Over 200 terpenes have been reported in the cannabis plant. They are behind the plant’s scent, flavor, and color. Small terpenes are able to quickly and easily evaporate into the air when we inhale them with our noses. They are thus the most fragrant and responsible for the distinct ways different varieties of the cannabis plant smell. Large terpenes tend to be less fragrant and play a role in the plant’s color and the stickiness of its resin.

Terpenes share a precursor with cannabinoids and are synthesized by the same secretory cells inside glandular trichomes that produce cannabinoids. Like cannabinoids, the effect profile of any given terpene can change in the presence of other compounds, thus contributing to the phenomenon known as the entourage effect. These phytotherapeutic agents have been able to produce synergy with respect to the treatment of pain, inflammation, anxiety, depression, and cancer, as well as fungal and bacterial infections.

The main cannabis terpenoids include limonene, myrcene, alpha-pinene, linalool, beta-caryophyllene, caryophyllene oxide, nerolidol, and phytol. Some of these are flavor and fragrance components we commonly experience in the human diet. For instance, high amounts of limonene are present in the essential oil of lemons and limes, while alpha- and beta-pinene are found in the essential oil of pine needles. These are associated with uplifting effects, while linalool, found in lavender oil, is known for creating feelings of relaxation.

The largest group of phytochemicals found in cannabis, terpenes are very potent and display unique therapeutic effects. Some have anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antibacterial properties, while others appear to simulate the effects of endocannabinoids and neurotransmitters. In topical products such as CBD lotion, terpenes can aid in moving other molecules across the skin barrier, helping to make cannabinoids more bioavailable in our bodies. Terpenes also affect animal and human behavior when inhaled from ambient air and have been found to meaningfully impact the entourage effects of cannabis extracts.

Phenolics

Phenolic compounds possess a number of bioactive properties and have been linked with various health-protective events. They are aromatic phytochemicals found in most plant tissues. Herbs, fruits, and vegetables all contain phenolic compounds, which contribute to their color, flavor, and astringency while acting to protect the plants from harm. Phenolics are known for aiding us in instinctually judging the nutritional quality of the fresh and processed foods we consume. They help give foods like dark leafy vegetables and berries their superfood status and have even been shown to exert inhibitory effects on genetic mutation or mutagenesis and cancer formation, or carcinogenesis.

Many phenolic compounds found in plants, including those found in full-spectrum hemp oil are excellent sources of natural antioxidants. Plants produce antioxidants to protect cells from stress. By consuming these cell-protective phytochemicals, humans and animals can utilize their fortifying properties.

Flavonoids, the same bioactive substances that lend their health benefits to dark chocolate, are the single most important group of phenolic compounds found in food. They are also the most bioactive phenolics in the hemp plant. The regular consumption of flavonoids is associated with decreased risk of a number of chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and neurodegenerative disorders.

Not All Hemp Oils Are Created Equal

Source matters. Just as you might be wary of Roundup in your bread, pesticides on your apples, or depleted soil conditions affecting your local farm, you too should be wary of sub-par hemp cultivation, processing, and extraction.

The soil, nutrients, and even air quality of a hemp growing operation can all impact the levels of medicinal compounds in the plant at harvest. Even if the hemp was grown in the best conditions, subsequent processing and extraction will determine the number of bioactive substances in the final product.

Warner’s Best uses only the highest quality, Non-GMO organically grown Kentucky hemp, cultivated in nutritious soil without the use of chemical pesticides. Unlike most CBD oil manufacturers who use all aerial plant parts, we make our extract using only hemp flowers or buds.

Happy plants make for happy bodies, so make sure your CBD products and full-spectrum extracts come from hemp plants grown with love!

Good Sleep isn’t Just a Dream with Warner’s Best

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Restlessness is no stranger to millions of people. If you think you lost your kinship to one of life’s grandest pleasures, stick around because today we’re going to talk about sleep and how this plant-based oil can change everything. It’s no secret that a continued lack of sleep can lead to many health complications. Getting good, adequate sleep is necessary, but how can you get enough sleep when your own body won’t let you do it? We get it, you’re not alone.

While many trouble sleepers rely on melatonin, a popular sleeping aid that has proven to solve restlessness, but recently, people started looking into other natural alternatives – enter plant-based products. Read on to find out how herbal extracts can help you find deeper and better sleep.

You can now save 10% on your purchase when you use the code Recovery at checkout. That’s 10% OFF your entire order! It’s the easiest way to try their super effective and convenient plant-based tinctures.

 

Benefits of Warner’s Best ’s Tinctures

Warner’s Best ’s plant-based Oil Drops is an all-embracing source for enhanced wellness and vitality. They offer multiple flavors including Mint Orange for a more subtle formula. Enjoy the great taste of these nutritional, flavored oils. Besides promoting healthy sleep patterns, some of the benefits also include:

    • Promote relaxation
    • Promote healthy joints and flexibility
    • Help cope with external anxiety
    • Help maintain focus and attentiveness

 

Good Sleep for Good Health

When choosing your oil and the strength, we would recommend you start small and gradually increase your dosage until you get the result you’re looking for. But since you’re going to be taking it as a sleep aid, we recommend taking a strong enough dose as stronger potencies are known for their tranquilizing effects. You should, of course, talk this over with your physician before committing.

About Warner’s Best

Warner’s Best is a retailer of quality plant-based products, some of which have proven more than useful in helping with restlessness. Warner’s Best is one of the most reliable botanical companies in the wellness space. They are dedicated to creating the best possible products for their customers and their specific conditions. Moreover, they have a great passion for assisting newcomers find their happy place through their comprehensive online store.

Warner’s Best ’s novel product line sets it apart from the rest of the competition. Their full product line consists of oils, gummies, capsules, pet treats, and topical creams. Visit their website to learn more about their brand and try more of their plant-based products.

Automatically Get CBD Shipped to you Each Month

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Warner’s Best is proud to announce that it has launched its all new subscription services. Now customers purchasing online will have the option to make a single purchase or sign up for a monthly subscription when they checkout.

 

AutWarner’s Best owner and founder Andy Werner said “most of our products, if you take one serving a day, come in a one month supply. So it only makes sense to give people the option to sign up to have their favorite CBD products shipped to them automatically each month.”

 

The way the service works is once a customer signs up they will receive their product immediately just like they would with a normal order. Then one month from the date the order was placed the customer will automatically be charged for the next month of his subscription. Once the customers payment has been processed they will be notified by email and Warner’s Best will ship them their monthly order of CBD.

 

“People can be forgetful sometimes, this way people will never have to miss a serving of CBD again!” Andy Werner said when talking about the company’s new service.

 

Warner’s Best is a family owned and operated CBD company headquartered in Newington, Connecticut. They carry a wide range of high quality CBD products for both people and pets. They are known for their high quality CBD products at industry leading prices. Their most popular products are their great tasting full spectrum CBD gummies and their 500 mg CBD pain cream.

All of Warner’s Best CBD products are 3rd party tested, pharmacist formulated, made using Co2 extraction, in an FDA registered and approved facility, with American grown hemp. They are also all gluten free, vegan and certified organic.

 

In a market that’s not regulated its important to stick to brands that you trust and Warner’s Best is definitely a brand you can trust. The father/son operation has been in the industry for just under two years now and are experts on their products. Before COVID you would often find Warner’s Best at the local fairs and festivals in the CT area educating people of the benefits of CBD.

Warner’s Best Relief Cream

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All of Warner’s Best Hemp Extract products are extracted entirely from American grown Hemp and are 3rd Party tested for quality of raw materials used and finished goods. Hemp Extract is infused into our proprietary blend of powerful pain-relieving ingredients to provide deep pain relief quickly and effectively. At Warner’s Best we blend our hemp extract with menthol, camphor, and arnica for a fast acting pain relief.

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Menthol- a substance naturally found in mint plants such as peppermint and spearmint. It gives a cooling sensation. It is often used to relieve minor pain and irritation and prevent infection.

Camphor- is commonly used to treat pain, warts, cold sores, hemorrhoids, osteoarthritis, anti-itch, to increase local blood flow, and as a counterirritant. Camphor is an FDA- approved topical analgesic and anesthetic used to relive pain.

 

Arnica- Arnica is most commonly used for pain caused by osteoarthritis, sore throat, surgery, and other conditions. Arnica is also used for bleeding, bruising, swelling after surgery, and other conditions.

How it Works?

The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) regulates everything from relaxation, to eating, sleeping, inflammation and even cognitive function. In a nutshell, your ECS is responsible for making sure your entire body is working optimally.

Warner’s Best Pain Cream includes high potency & safe Hemp Extract, which positively regulates your ECS, addressing issues such as anxiety, insomnia, pain, and hypertension. The fact that it is All-Natural, makes it a safe and affordable alternative to pharmaceutical products.

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Why  Warner’s Best?

Warner’s Best Pain Cream is the highest quality hemp oil on the market and provides a variety of benefits. This product is safe for use and legal in all 50 states. Available as a cream, it is easy-to-use and integrates comfortably with your daily routine.

  • ALL NATURAL FORMULA Warner’s Best uses proven, organic all natural ingredients that are toxin-free. Warner’s Best is 100% natural and does not contain any dangerous synthetic chemicals, stimulants or pesticides.
  • NO SIDE EFFECTS Warner’s Best Pain Cream does not contain THC, therefore you don’t have any of the side effects. THC is the cannabinoid that gets marijuana users “High.” Fortunately for you, the health benefit comes from the Hemp EXTRAC Tand not from the THC.
  • NO PRESCRIPTION REQUIRED Being safe and legal, Warner’s Best can be ordered from our website, so you can skip the long queues and expensive bills at the doctor.

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What is a CBD Tincture?

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What is a CBD Tincture?

Tinctures are CBD extract that has been into some sort of carrier oil such as MCT oil or hemp seed oil. MCT oil is commonly used for its higher absorption rates natural anti inflammatory properties. Tinctures are great for inflammation, sleep, and stress management. Inflammation is the cause of about 70% of pain in the human body. Any pain derived from inflammation may benefit from the use of CBD oil. CBD oil is also a great way to calm down and relax. As well as aid your sleep.

What’s the correct way to use a CBD Tincture?

The correct way to take a tincture is to take one mL of the oil and let it sit underneath your tongue for 30 seconds to a minute (the longer the better) then swallow. This allows it to absorb in through the mucous membrane in your mouth allowing for better bioavailability (how much CBD you actually absorb) as well as better absorption rate (how fast your body absorbs the CBD). Give about 30 minutes before you feel benefits.

Warners Best CBD Tinctures come in both full spectrum and broad spectrum products. Full spectrum CBD contains trace elements of THC (less than 0.3% and not enough for a psychoactive effect) and is considered to be the most effective form of CBD. Full spectrum CBD combines all of the cannabinoids from the hemp plant giving what is called the full entourage effect. Broad spectrum CBD is a THC free product and a great option for people who get drug tested or just want to stay away from THC in general. Broad spectrum products contain all the cannabinoids in the hemp plant except for the THC. Meaning they are still more powerful than isolate CBD.

All Warner’s Best CBD Oil’s are 3rd party tested, pharmacist formulated, made using Co2 extraction, in an FDA registered and approved facility, using American grown hemp. These products are vegan, gluten free, and certified organic.

You can order CBD oil on Warner’s Best website or shop at their national sales office at 354 Main Street Suite 8, Newington CT, 06111. Call us at 860-995-4444. Why wait? Try CBD today!

Which CBD Product Is Right For You?

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Which CBD Product Is Right For You?

By now you should be pretty familiar with the benefits of CBD, in fact you might even be thinking about incorporating it into your daily routine but just unsure which product is right for you.

That’s understandable. With so many options available today, it can be overwhelming to try and figure out which products would be most helpful for your individual needs and goals. That’s why I’m going to break down all the different products to help you understand what will be best for you.

CBD Oils

If you are new to CBD, oils (also called tinctures) are often a great option because they allow you to be very precise about how much you take.

Cannabinoids have a biphasic effect, meaning low and high doses can have different effects.To find your ideal amount of CBD for each effect, start low and slowly increase by five milligrams.

The downside of oils is that some people have flavor or consistency issues with the carrier oil (MCT Oil).

 

There is also some room for error with oils and a lot of people don’t know the proper way to use them. Hold the drops beneath your tongue for at least 20 seconds (the longer you keep under tongue without swallowing the better) and avoid eating or drinking for at least 10 minutes afterward. This supports maximal absorption.

Tinctures take effect within 15 to 30 minutes. As a result, they are great if you are looking for quick results, like when work gets the better of you. They are also helpful if you are having a hard time settling down at night and need help relaxing.

CBD Capsules And Gummies

Capsules are probably the most convenient form of CBD because they can be taken anywhere, anytime. Also they are taste-free and easy to swallow.

CBD gummies, meanwhile, are great for those who want to be discreet about their CBD. CBD gummies are much more discreet than an oil and have the benefit of not looking like a pill for those who might be self conscious about using CBD in public. Gummies are a great option for someone who is looking to keep some CBD in their desk drawer at work.

Both gummies and capsules must pass through the digestive system in order to be absorbed. Because of this, they have a lower bioavailability than other forms of CBD. This means that a good amount of the CBD you take is lost in metabolism as the capsule or gummy passes through your system. So, if you take a 10-milligram CBD capsule or gummy, you will not get 10 milligrams worth of effects.

Because of this process, CBD you ingest also takes longer to do its thing. However, its effects last longer than other forms of CBD.

 

If you are taking CBD to support quality sleep, either a capsule or gummy may be a good option. They slowly release CBD throughout the night, allowing for that longer-acting effect.

Since you may not notice any effects for one or two hours, take your CBD well in advance of your desired bedtime.

CBD Topicals

When applied topically, CBD is absorbed directly through your skin and into the local muscles and other tissues. It takes effect to support achy muscles or joints quickly—and you can use as much as you like.

Topicals work great for fast acting pain relief. Customer’s have also commented that topical products have been able to help them sleep by easing the pain on other parts of the body.

What are Cannabinoids?

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What are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds found in the Cannabis sativa plant. There are over 100 different cannabinoids found in cannabis. Of the many  different cannabinoids the most popular are delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabinol (CBD). Each cannabinoid effects the body differently and may help in various ways. Some of the most common cannabinoids and there potential benefits are:

CBDA: Cannabidiolic acid, a major anti-inflammatory that works by inhibiting the COX-2 enzyme to enhance CBD’s natural effects.

CBDV: Cannabidivarin varies only slightly from CBD, with initial research suggesting it could be valuable in the treatment of conditions like epilepsy, once again enhancing the natural effects of CBD.

CBG: Cannabigerol is a powerful antibacterial compound that can inhibit cell growth in tumor/cancer cells while promoting bone growth and interacting well with other major cannabinoids.

CBGA: Cannabigerolic Acid has similar effects to CBG, while acting as an even more potent anti-inflammatory.

CBC: Cannabichromene is proven to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and inhibit cell growth in tumor/cancer cells (much like CBG), but unlike other cannabinoids, CBC effects are mediated through non-cannabinoid receptor interactions.

CBN: Cannabinol offers a unique profile of effects when compared to CBD, while still offering proven benefits from pain relief to easing insomnia, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects that can seriously transform your life.

Taken alone, any one of these cannabinoids could likely have a similar life-changing effect to what you get from CBD isolate. But when they’re all combined, you get an unprecedented synergy that takes everything to the next level—with high-impact effects that you will notice right away.

 

 

What is Full-Spectrum CBD/Hemp  Extract?

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What is Full-Spectrum CBD/Hemp  Extract?

Full  Spectrum  CBD/Hemp contains THC, though in most cases the levels are very low. This is because most CBD/Hemp oil is extracted from low-THC industrial hemp (Less than 0.3% by dry weight). Most companies selling CBD/Hemp online adhere to these standards. These low-THC full spectrum products won’t produce a ‘high’ when used at regular dosages.

Can Full-Spectrum CBD Make me Fail my Drug Test?

While Full Spectrum products are legal to sell and purchase as long as they come from the Hemp plant and contain less than .3% THC. There still is a chance you can receive a false positive on a drug test for marijuana. Just to be clear, there is not enough THC in legal Full Spectrum CBD products to experience any psycho-active effects. However because there are still trace amounts of THC in a Full Spectrum CBD products there will be trace elements of THC in your system.

What should I do if I Get Drug Tested but want to Take CBD?

Most drug tests nowadays are not sophisticated enough to detect that it is only trace amounts of THC in your system and will flag you for marijuana on the results. For this reason, we usually recommend that people who get drug tested either open a dialogue with whomever is administering the test and see if you can come to an understanding together, or you just avoid Full Spectrum CBD products all together. Broad Spectrum and Isolate CBD contain no THC and are your safest bet when it comes to taking CBD while being drug tested.

Where Can I find Full-Spectrum CBD?

Full Spectrum CBD products are available at Warner’s Best. All the products in their catalog are pharmacist formulated and made using Co2 Extraction in an FDA registered facility. They are 3rd party tested and made at an industry leading standard.

Where  Does CBD/Hemp Come From?

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Where  Does CBD/Hemp Come From?

Cannabidiol (CBD/Hemp) is one of many cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant family, which hemp is a part of. Other cannabinoids include THC, CBN, and CBC. CBD and THC are the two primary phytocannabinoids in the plant. Different strains of cannabis have different cannabinoid profiles. This means they contain different amounts of individual cannabinoids in them.

Generally, marijuana is high in THC and low in CBD in order to produce the euphoric ‘high’ associated with smoking pot. Hemp is the other way around: high in CBD and low in THC. This is important because everyday CBD/Hemp users often don’t want the psychoactive effects. Because of hemps low THC profile, it is the most popular source of extraction for CBD products.

Though there are some parts of the plant that contain minimal amounts. For example, the stalks and seeds of hemp contain almost no cannabidiol. Because of this, it’s important to look for CBD products  extracted from the whole plant.

Where can I get CBD?

You can order CBD from Warner’s Best a Connecticut based CBD company that provides the highest quality CBD products with industry leading satisfaction guarantees. Shop now!

Learn The Lingo Around CBD

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CBD 101 – Learn The Lingo Around CBD

The incredible demand for CBD has the hemp industry experiencing a gold rush of sorts, CBD is being sold everywhere. At a minimum, many want to learn more about the products they are hearing so much about. Learning about CBD has its challenges because to many folks the terminology is new and unfamiliar. That is why we organized a list of the most common CBD terms. Think of this as CBD 101, where you will learn about hemp and CBD.

The Most Common Terms

Hemp: What is Hemp? To many people Hemp is a often confused as marijuana. This is unfortunate, hemp and marijuana are not the same plant. Think of hemp as a cousin of marijuana. They are in the same family Cannabis sativa, and they share many of the same compounds (cannabinoids), but are different. The two biggest differences are that hemp is federally legal and hemp can not produce enough THC to get high from.

What are Cannabinoids? These are the active compounds found in the hemp plant. Some species of hemp contain more than a hundred cannabinoids, Many have been identified and the most commonly found cannabinoids have varying levels of research being done on them. Cannabinoids that exist in lower concentrations or trace elements are identified regularly and research has begun to research the potential health benefits they may possess. The two cannabinoids with the highest concentration in the plant are THC and CBD.

Cannabidiol This cannabinoid is most commonly referred to by its abbreviated name CBD. What is CBD? CBD is the 2nd most commonly available active ingredient found in the hemp plant. CBD has no psycho-active effects, and it is under going serious worldwide research for its therapeutic potential.

What is THC? Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, is the only cannabinoid that produces intoxicating effects and can get you “high”. It is common in both  the hemp plant and the marijuana plant. Marijuana, which produces high levels of THC is still federally illegal. 

What is Full Spectrum CBD? Full Spectrum products made from the legal hemp plant will contain all the active compounds found in the plant. These include CBD and any other cannabinoids, terpenes, flavinoids and the small amount of THC found in the plant. Federal law requires the THC level to be reduced to a maximum of 0.3% or less. Full Spectrum products provide what is known the entourage effect. No you can not get high from using a Full Spectrum product. Yes, you most likely will test positive on a drug test if you use a Full Spectrum product.

What is Broad Spectrum CBD? Broad Spectrum products made from the legal hemp plant will contain all the active compounds found in the plant. These include CBD and any other cannabinoids, terpenes, flavinoids. All traces of THC are removed so broad spectrum products are THC FREE. Broad Spectrum products can also provide what is known the entourage effect.

Will I test positive on a drug test if I use Broad Spectrum CBD? No, there is no THC in Broad Spectrum products. Safest CBD product if drug testing is a concern is Isolate CBD.

What is Isolate CBD? Isolate cbd is commonly called pure cbd because it is processed to a powder form that is at least 99% pure cannabidiol. It contains little to no other cannabinoids, terpenes, or flavonoids, and has no THC presence. Isolate CBD products are the only form of CBD that can 100% not show up in a drug test.

What is CO2 Extraction? An expensive process that uses pressurized carbon dioxide to pull the desired cannabinoids, terpenes, flavinoids, and oils from hemp plant material. As the industry standard for ethical hemp extraction, it does not introduce harmful chemicals into the product as with traditional solvent extractions and is therefore considered the safest and cleanest method to extract compounds from plants. 

What is the Entourage Effect? CBD and THC each provide a benefit to the consumer. The Entourage Effect is the theory that THC and CBD work synergistically, ie. more efficiently together than alone to create greater benefit, hence the appeal of Full Spectrum products.

The Products

What is a Tincture? A tincture is a product intended for oral consumption. CBD tinctures can be purchased as full spectrum, broad spectrum or isolate. They are commonly infused with a carrier oil. Warner’s Best uses MCT oil. (Medium chain triglycerides). This is the best carrier oil as it has a long shelf life and is easy to digest. MCT absorbs quickly into your bloodstream and then turns into energy you can use.

What are CBD Topicals? A CBD topical is Hemp extract infused cream, lotion, salve, bath bomb, massage oil or cosmetic that is combined with skin safe ingredients for external use.  Topical CBD products only provide a benefit to the area they are applied. They are often a great introductory product to see if CBD is right for you.

What are CBD Edibles? The term most commonly refers products that are consumed. Within the CBD industry these are most commonly gummies, chocolates or capsules

Where can I buy CBD near me?

Now that you’ve got a basic understanding of some of the most common CBD lingo, feel free to browse Warner’s Best Premium Quality CBD products! Shop now! 2 day shipping on most orders.