Full spectrum CBD oil is always dark brown in color.

The darker the color the better.

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1000mg 10 %

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1500mg 15 %

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2000mg 20 %

Why does CBD oil work so powerfully.
When Terpenes work with cannabinoids (when consuming full spectrum CBD oil).
They form a synergy that creates stronger and better effects than both would achieve on their own.

This symbiosis between cannabinoids and terpenes is what gives CBD its special powers.
It improves the absorption of cannabinoids, overcomes bacterial defense mechanisms and minimizes side effects.

The Entourage effect refers to several compounds that act in concert to exert a greater therapeutic effect than a single compound working alone.
So Synergy means that in this 1+1= not 2 but 3 or more.

Yes something we are not use to seeing is happening when these Cannabinoids and Terpenes work together.

It has been proven in tests that Terpenes when mixed together has the ability to form new and unknown molecules by fusing together.

This is still very new and most people are sceptical but the results speak for themselves.
https://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/focus/en/articles/a_00428.html

Nano emulsion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPIlDaAX4vE

My supplier of the Raw paste I prepare the oil from is located in Eastern Europe where they

run a farm that specializes in Hemp production for CBD oil/paste.

They produce some of the best most potent CBD its possible to make.

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The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) is the independent regulator of health products in Ireland.

https://www.hpra.ie/

HPRA states: CBD oil is legal in Ireland.

Section 3: Cannabis for Medical Use A Scientific Review

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) convened an expert working group to assist with its review of the potential medical use of cannabis, as requested by the Minister for Health

 The key findings of the working group are 3.

A distinction can be drawn between cannabis products containing tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and those, such as certain cannabidiol (CBD) oils, which contain no THC.

The latter are not subject to the Misuse of Drugs legislation, and do not contain the psychotogenic capable of causing symptoms associated with psychosis, including delusions, delirium, and hallucinations) element of cannabis.

As such, products containing only CBD are not  considered ‘controlled drugs’ and can be provided under existing legislation.

World Health Organization, a U.N. agency declares: the main ingredient in medical cannabis nonaddictive and nontoxic, according to a new report.

“In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential,” wrote the World Health Organization, a U.N. agency that focuses on public health. Researchers spent months looking into cannabidiol, or CBD, the non-psychoactive ingredient in marijuana that’s often used for medical purposes.

It often comes in the form of oils, drops or capsules.

It’s also legal in the EU.

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CBD Drug Interactions:

If the dosage of cannabidiol is low enough  it will have no noticeable effect on CYP activity but CBD may still exert other effects.

A 2013 report on a clinical trial using GW Pharmaceutical’s Sativex, a whole plant CBD rich sublingual spray found no interactions with CYP enzymes when approximately 40mg of CBD were administered.

A subsequent clinical trial, however found that 25mg of orally administered CBD significantly blocked the metabolism of an anti epileptic drug.

There is no clearly established cut off dose below which CBD does not interact with other drugs.

The general takeaway message from all of this should be that CBD is regarded as an incredibly safe and therapeutic medication, with virtually no side effects or risk for addiction/withdrawal.

A 10 ml bottle contains 260 drops. 1 drops of 1000mg full spectrum CBD oil gives approximately 3.83 mg of CBD. 3 drops of 1500mg equals 17.3mg

3 drops of 3000mg gives 34.5mg CBD At that dose it is advisebly to take: 1 drop every 2 hours to avoid any complications if you are on prescriptions drugs.

At that dose it is advisebly to take: 1 drop every 2 hours to avoid any complications if you are on prescriptions drugs.

The general takeaway message from all of this should be that CBD is regarded as an incredibly safe and therapeutic medication, with virtually no side effects or risk for addiction/withdrawal.

While much more research is needed to fully understand the interactions it may have with other medications, it’s generally accepted that, due to its wide range of use.

CBD has the potential to actually eliminate the need to take multiple medications.

Or at the very least, reduce one’s current prescription drug use.

CBD-Drug Interactions: Role of Cytochrome P450

At sufficient dosages, CBD will temporarily deactivate cytochrome P450 enzymes, thereby altering how we metabolize a wide range of compounds.

By Adrian Devitt-Lee On September 08, 2015

With cannabidiol (CBD) poised to become widely available in pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and herbal preparations, medical scientists are taking a closer look at CBD-drug interactions.

Cannabidiol is a safe, non-intoxicating, and non-addictive cannabis compound with significant therapeutic attributes, but CBD-drug interactions may be problematic in some cases.

CBD and other plant cannabinoids can potentially interact with many pharmaceuticals by inhibiting the activity of cytochrome P450, a family of liver enzymes.

This key enzyme group metabolizes most of the drugs we consume, including more than 60 percent of marketed meds.

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At sufficient dosages, CBD will temporarily deactivate cytochrome P450 enzymes, thereby altering how we metabolize a wide range of compounds, including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which causes the high that cannabis is famous for.

Metabolizing CBD

The way CBD interacts with cytochrome P450 is pivotal; in essence, they deactivate each other. Preclinical research shows that CBD is metabolized by cytochrome P450 enzymes while functioning as a “competitive inhibitor” of the same liver enzymes.

By occupying the site of enzymatic activity, CBD displaces its chemical competitors and prevents cytochrome P450 from metabolizing other compounds.

The extent to which cannabidiol behaves as a competitive inhibitor of cytochrome P450 depends on how tightly CBD binds to the active site of the metabolic enzyme before and after oxidation.

This can change greatly, depending on how—and how much—CBD is administered, the unique attributes of the individual taking this medication, and whether isolated CBD or a whole plant remedy is used.

If the dosage of cannabidiol is low enough, it will have no noticeable effect on CYP activity, but CBD may still exert other effects.

There is no clearly established cut-off dose, below which CBD does not interact with other drugs.

A 2013 report on a clinical trial using GW Pharmaceutical’s Sativex, a whole plant CBD-rich sublingual spray, found no interactions with CYP enzymes when approximately 40mg of CBD were administered.

A subsequent clinical trial, however, found that 25mg of orally administered CBD significantly blocked the metabolism of an anti-epileptic drug.

CBD  short for cannabidiol the list of benefits of this cannabinoid just keeps getting longer.

Unlike THC, CBD is non-psychoactive.