A recent exploratory scientific endeavor was conducted to research and assess the stability of CBD in 10xPURE hemp oil in comparison to standard hemp oil by examining the cells that metabolize the CBD molecules.
The exploratory scientific endeavor was completed by CTFO to assess how 10xPURE affects the absorption and stability of full-spectrum CBD in hemp oil. Using a technique called mass spectrometry, routinely used to accurately detect small molecules such as cannabinoids, measurements were taken to detect the presence of CBDA in the liver cells. Under the same conditions, CBDA was not detected with the standard hemp oil, yet was present in the cells with the 10xPURE hemp oil.
Liquid chromatography separates molecules based on their chemical properties and is routinely used in most cannabis testing labs to quality control their material. Using this method the composition of both, the 10xPURE hemp oil, and the standard hemp oil, were tested. With the same amount of full-spectrum CBD, we observed that the 10xPURE hemp oil contained significantly more CBDA.
10xPURE CBD OIL Supports higher levels of CBDa for better relief from discomfort and inflammation.
Full Spectrum “10xPURE” CBD is a Supercharged CBD Oil that makes it Hydrophilic (water-soluble) for better bioavailability and absorption than any other full-spectrum CBD oil. The 10xPURE CBD oils also contain an additional element called CBDa. CBDa has been found to have more anti-inflammatory properties than CBD as it is a potent inhibitor of COX2, which is the same mode of action as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory.
*The naturally occurring but unstable CBD acid (CBDA) is a thousand times more potent than CBD in binding to a particular serotonin receptor thought to be responsible for alleviating nausea and anxiety.” – NBCNews.com
CBD in the raw form in the LIVE hemp plant is called CBDa, which stands for Cannabidiolic acid. CBDa is the precursor to CBD. In the live hemp plant, there is actually no CBD. Before processing, CBD exists as Cannabidiolic acid (CBDa).
When the hemp plant is harvested, dried out, and exposed to heat, the CBDa converts to a non-acid element that we know as CBD.
If you ate the live hemp plant, you would get CBDa and no CBD.
CBDa has been found to be far more effective as an anti-inflammatory than CBD.
CBDa is a potent inhibitor of the COX2 enzyme, which is the same mode of action as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications such as NSAIDS or Ibuprofen.
CTFO has developed a patented process to preserve the CBDa element, so it doesn’t convert to CBD.
CBDa is much more powerful for relieving PAIN and INFLAMMATION!
The #1 reason people are interested in CBD oil or CBD products is for EXTRA RELIEF.
Our 10xPure Gold / Super 1000 CBDa Oil contains a minimum of 6 mg of CBDa per serving, over 10 times more than what might be found in most CBD products on the market.
The short answer is Yes! Hemp CBD oil is legal in all 50 states in the USA.
The Hemp plant has been grown and used for various reasons for thousands of years. While the “CBD” cannabinoid was discovered in the 1940s, medicinal CBD research has not advanced in the US due to the legal status of cannabis over the last century. Most of the CBD research was conducted outside of the US.
Israeli Professor Raphael Mechoulam, also known as the “father of cannabis research,” and his team began researching CBD in the 1960’s he became the first scientist to isolate the CBD cannabinoid and went on to discover that humans have a Cannabinoid system in 1988.
In the US, For decades, federal law did not differentiate hemp from other cannabis plants, all of which were effectively made illegal in 1937 under the Marihuana Tax Act and formally made illegal in 1970 under the Controlled Substances Act—the latter banned cannabis of any kind.
The 2018 Farm Bill passed by Congress allows the manufacture and sale of hemp-derived products. It also puts no restrictions on the sale, transport, or possession of hemp-derived products so long as those items are produced in a manner consistent with the law.
Hemp is now legal in the United States, and CBD Oil is legal with certain limitations. Hemp CBD Products cannot contain a legal limit of more than 0.3 percent THC (the compound in the plant most commonly associated with getting a person high). In short, hemp can’t get you high for it to be legal.
Hemp-derived CBD has eliminated the negative stigma of being associated with marijuana, and many medical professionals have recommended it to help cope with various health conditions.
Legally, the federal government classifies CBD oil as a dietary supplement, and has become a popular health product to treat many conditions like pain, anxiety, and insomnia.
This term is used to describe the healing effect that plant materials may have by working together rather than alone – the idea is that a whole plant is more than the sum of its parts when it comes to therapeutic benefit. With this holistic approach in mind, you should choose CBD oil which is full-spectrum hemp oil.
Full Spectrum Oil / Whole-Plant Extract (Better Choice)
As the name suggests, full spectrum or whole plant extract is an oil extracted from the hemp plant which contains all the cannabinoids found in the plant. In addition to these compounds, full-spectrum hemp oil also contains essential vitamins, minerals, Omega fatty acids, flavonoids, chlorophyll, and terpenes.
CBD Isolate / Broad Spectrum (Less Expensive)
CBD Isolates are the opposite of FULL-SPECTRUM. Isolates are extracted from the plant and processed and remove all of the oils, plant material, chlorophyll, and more. This leaves the CBD oil but this is not the best way of using Cannabidiol for health. CBD Isolates are found in the form of white powder or crystals, so make sure that you are using full spectrum or whole plant extract from the hemp plant which contains all the cannabinoids found in the plant.
There are more than 540 phytochemicals that come from hemp, and their properties can help people with pain, inflammation, sleep, and mood disorders.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a chemical compound from the hemp plant, known as cannabinoids, with significant medical benefits but has none of the psychoactive effects of Marijuana. With no psychoactive implications, there is no “high” as there is with marijuana plants because it doesn’t contain the chemical THC. Hemp plants are rich in cannabinoids, which carry amazing benefits to which our bodies respond well. It also has a variety of terpenes that have physiological effects.
Buy a Full Spectrum Hemp-derived CBD oil that is phytocannabinoid-rich and organically grown.
The most important factor when considering a CBD Oil product is to understand the different forms of CBD on the market.
How you consume CBD can have a dramatic impact on its efficacy and how well CBD works for your health.
CBD can be consumed in a variety of ways. There are oral drops, sprays, capsules, edibles, and topical creams.
When you purchase CBD products or CBD oil, they will contain either “Full Spectrum CBD” or “CBD isolate,” and there are key differences between the two.
CBD isolate is less expensive and can be consumed in oral drops. Isolates are also typically used as an ingredient in topical creams, gummies, and other consumable products.
Full Spectrum CBD oil is the best form to use for the best RESULTS.
If you ingest CBD orally using such popular products as edible gummies, gel capsules, coffee, or other food products, the CBD must first go through your stomach and into your digestive system, where it is broken down before it’s absorbed into your bloodstream.
The effective amount of CBD that you are getting is far less than the amount you originally took.
Not only are you getting a smaller amount into your body, but you must wait a lot longer to experience the effects because your digestive system has to have time to process the CBD.
This is known as “first-pass metabolism” and is responsible for decreasing the amount of CBD that eventually enters your bloodstream.
CBD Creams (Topical)
Topical Moisturizers can be effective for skincare or skin issues.
Topical Creams can help with muscle pain or soreness.
Topical applications are great for localized pain or one part of your body. CBD creams penetrate through the skin to muscles, but very little CBD (if any) will enter the bloodstream and circulate to other areas of the body.
If you are using topical CBD creams, we recommend also using CBD oil drops under the tongue for maximum effect.
CBD delivery to the outside body area, together with internal CBD Oil drops, will give you the best health benefits of CBD.
CBD Drops (Sublingual)
CBD OIL DROPS (called a Tincture), put under your tongue (sublingual), are the best way to get CBD into your system.
The CBD under your tongue will be absorbed by the blood vessels and go directly into your bloodstream.
CBD Oil drops are made with either CBD Isolate or Full Spectrum CBD oil.
Different CBD Oil products can have different absorbency and bio-availability.
A water-soluble or “hydrophilic” CBD oil will have a higher absorbency rate. The higher absorbency of a hydrophilic CBD oil affects the amount of CBD that enters your bloodstream, making all the difference!
GMP refers to the Good Manufacturing Practice Regulations regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration under the authority of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (See Chapter IV for food, and Chapter V, Subchapters A, B, C, D, and E for drugs and devices.)
These regulations, which have the force of law, require that manufacturers, processors, and packagers of drugs, medical devices, some food, and blood take proactive steps to ensure that their products are safe, pure, and effective.
GMP regulations require a quality approach to manufacturing, enabling companies to minimize or eliminate instances of contamination, mixups, and errors.
This, in turn, protects the consumer from purchasing a product that is not effective or even dangerous. Failure of firms to comply with GMP regulations can result in very serious consequences including recall, seizure, fines, and jail time.
GMP regulations address issues including recordkeeping, personnel qualifications, sanitation, cleanliness, equipment verification, process validation, and complaint handling. Most GMP requirements are very general and open-ended, allowing each manufacturer to decide individually how to best implement the necessary controls. This provides much flexibility, but also requires that the manufacturer interpret the requirements in a manner that makes sense for each individual business.
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. It is designed to minimize the risks involved in pharmaceutical production that cannot be eliminated through testing the final product.
GMP covers all aspects of production from the starting materials, premises, and equipment to the training and personal hygiene of staff. Detailed, written procedures are essential for each process that could affect the quality of the finished product. There must be systems to provide documented proof that correct procedures are consistently followed at each step in the manufacturing process – every time a product is made.
Of course, I am extremely proud that the company I represent subscribes to this process/practice. Recently an array of CBD oil samples was tested in an independent lab, 67% of the samples did not contain what the labels said they did, and 2% did not contain ANY CBD at all!
Be sure to choose your CBD supplier VERY carefully!
The CTFO hemp-derived products contain the best CBD oil available.
At CTFO, we believe in quality, transparency, and accountability. That’s why we provide third-party testing and documentation to back up everything.
CTFO products have a 60-day, empty bottle,
full-refund satisfaction guarantee.
Use the product, and if within 60 days you are not happy, you can get your money back.
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