There are over 85 known cannabinoids in hemp derived CBD, each having its own set of effects. The two most commonly known are Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD). THC and CBD are not the same. CBD's remarkable effects are particularly exciting because they come without the psychoactive effects, or “feeling high” effects THC produces. The most notable difference between hemp and marijuana is the percentage of THC.
Cannabinoids can be found in our environments and in the foods we consume. For example, chocolate and black pepper are rich in cannabinoids. These foods don’t get you “high”, but they do offer pain relieving and anti-anxiety effects. A new wave of scientific research uncovers the importance of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and the use of CBD to activate this system.
The ECS is a biological system composed on endocannabinoids; these cannabinoid receptors are located all throughout the brain and body: found on the skin, and in our organs, connective tissues, muscles and brain. CBD, the most researched cannabinoid, is compatible with the body’s ECS, and naturally works with the ECS to deliver CBD’s healing qualities throughout the body - positively affecting mood, inflammation, and immunity. We believe by targeting and activating the ECS we can help many people restore their internal balance.
What Is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural compound found in hemp/cannabis plants. Prohibition caused a lack of education and understanding surrounding the cannabis plant, leading to countless rumors on what makes hemp different from cannabis.
Cannabis Sativa (or marijuana) is a term used to describe a plant that is bred for its high amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and known for its psychoactive properties, or feeling “high”.
However, hemp is a term used to describe a Cannabis Sativa plant containing only trace amounts of THC (<0.3%) but still rich in cannabinoids, including CBD.
There are over 85 known cannabinoids in hemp-derived CBD, each having its own effect. The two most commonly known and studied are THC and CBD. THC and CBD are not the same. CBD's remarkable effects are particularly exciting because they come without the psychoactive, or “feeling high”, effects of THC.
CBD is compatible with the body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS), and naturally works with the ECS to deliver CBD’s healing qualities throughout the body. The most recent discoveries in scientific research indicates the ECS as a major regulator of balance in nearly every system of the body - affecting appetite, sleep, mood, immunity, and inflammation.
Is CBD Legal In My State?
All ApricityCBD products are made with CBD extracted from industrial hemp (containing less than 0.3% THC). ApricityCBD is proud to offer CBD that complies with the 2014 Farm Bill.
Do I Need A Prescription Or Medical Card To Order?
No! A medical card or prescription is not needed to place an order.
What Is A Tincture?
Tinctures are liquid herb extracts taken orally. Packaged in glass bottles with droppers, tinctures are one of our favorite methods of consumption for precise dosing, offering some of the most immediate effects.
Most tinctures are alcohol-based, however ApricityCBD tinctures are organic avocado and grapeseed oil based - eliminating the ‘burn’ usually experienced with alcohol based tinctures.
Tinctures can be consumed by the dropper, or by mixing into water, juice, or tea.
When Should I Use Tinctures Vs. When Should I Use Topicals?
We suggest using our tinctures for daily care of the mind and body. Our tinctures are taken orally and evenly dispersed throughout the entire body.
Our topicals are designed for localized areas of discomfort and pain; the lotion can be applied liberally to the skin, offering fast anti-inflammatory pain relief for chronic aches.
Is CBD Psychoactive (Will It Get Me High)?
No! THC is the cannabinoid that produces the feeling of being “high”. No THC means our products produce absolutely no psychoactive effects or any of the related side effects associated with THC.
What Is The Endocannabinoid System (ECS)?
The ECS is a biological system composed on endocannabinoids, these cannabinoid receptors are located all throughout the brain and body: found on the skin, and in our organs, connective tissues, muscles, and brain.
How Is Hemp Different From Marijuana?
Hemp and marijuana are qualified by the percentage of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Hemp is a plant containing less than 0.3% of THC.
What’s The Difference Between Phytocannabinoid Rich Hemp Oil (CBD Hemp Oil) And The Hemp Oil Products I Buy At A Grocery Store?
Hemp products in grocery stores are processed with hemp seeds. Hemp oil extract lacks cannabinoid content and therefore does not contain CBD.
Can You Explain The Ingredients To Me- I Don’t See “CBD”
Phytocannabinoid Rich Hemp Oil is another term used to describe Hemp Full Spectrum CBD, or Hemp Oil extract containing cannabinoids.
Our Phytocannabinoid Rich Hemp Oil contains Cannabigerol (CBG), Cannabinol (CBN), Cannabichromene (CBC), terpenes, flavonoids, and essential amino acids. These complementary cannabinoids activate the ECS to restore internal balance.
How Long Does It Take To Process And Ship My Order?
On business days orders will be processed within 24 hours from time of placing. Orders placed over the weekend will be processed on the following Monday morning. From there 3-5 business days to deliver.
Do You Sell Wholesale?
For wholesale inquiries, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.