Your body may respond differently to the cannabinoids and Full Spectrum Hemp Extract than your neighbor. Therefore, dosages may vary from person to person. A suggested strategy is to start small, observe the effects, and then increase or decrease to reach your desired level of effect.
Time of Day
It's up to you when to take your blend! You can take your Full Spectrum Hemp Extract in the morning upon awakening if you're using the invigorating Clarity blend. You may consider, for instance, taking the Relax or Relief blend at night before bed if you feel anxiety or stress.
Onset and Duration
The onset of the effects of an orally ingested blend can usually be observed within 20-40 minutes, but some report up to 90 minutes before it takes effect. The duration of the effects of the blend can range from 4-6 hours on average.
To administer a Full Spectrum Hemp Extract tincture, we suggest to place a dropper full of the liquid under the tongue for up to 30 seconds before swallowing. To take a softgel, take your preferred dose throughout the day as needed.
The heating mechanism of the vaporizer pen is breath-activated; so as you draw a breath, you will see the LED indicator light up. You may exhale as soon as you've drawn a breath full of vapor.
You can carry your pen with you in your purse or pocket and enjoy throughout the day as needed. Simply discard the disposable pen when the extract has been used up.
The roll-on applicator makes it easy for you to apply the Full Spectrum Hemp Extract to painful muscles and joints. Apply liberally to the surface of a painful area. Reapply throughout the day as needed.
Full Spectrum Hemp Extract is sourced from 100% hemp-cultivated and processed in the USA. The full spectrum of medicinal cannabinoids and terpenes from the original plant are kept intact in the final blend.
We do not isolate individual cannabinoids in our tinctures. The hemp plant's various cannabinoids and terpenes work synergistically with one another.
What is the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)?
The human body internally generates cannabinoid compounds called "endocannabinoids." Endocannabinoids such as anandamide and 2-arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG) interact with an associated receptor network found in cellular tissues throughout the human body.
Together, the endocannabinoids and the cannabinoid receptor network are known as the "Endocannabinoid System" (ECS). Since its discovery in the 1990's, researchers have found endocannabinoids in ECS receptor sites in glands, connective tissues, the brain, and other organs.
What does the ECS Do?
The primary function of the endocannabinoid system is to regulate internal balance and stability of physiological systems in the face of external stresses. The Endocannabinoid System is responsible for the healthy functioning of many essential bodily systems:
How does the ECS Work?
The endocannabinoid system is not unique to humans - it has evolved in the bodies of most animals with a vertebra. The human body naturally produces "endocannabinoids" to stimulate receptors for regulating health, but plants such as cannabis and Echinacea produce medicinal "phytocannabinoids" compounds too (CBD, THC, CBG, etc) that can boost the ECS to the next level.
Cannabinoids are a hot topic in today's modern health-conscious society. Many view widespread recognition of hemp as a natural alternative to synthetic pharmaceuticals.
What are Cannabinoids?
Cannabinoids are compounds that interact with a receptor network in cellular tissues to promote health in the body. The human body internally generates its own cannabinoids known as "endocannabinoids" (endo=internal, Greek).
Together, endocannabinoids and their receptor network are known as the "endocannabinoid system." It regulates many essential bodily systems such as immune function, sleep, appetite, stress response, and pain regulation.
Phytocannabinoids: Plant-based Medicine
The hemp plant also naturally produces in excess of 100 known cannabinoids, known as "phytocannabinoids" (phyto=plant, Greek). Ironically, it produces its own cannabinoids to heal itself.
Phytocannabinoids are found in hemp; but also in other plants and herbal medicines. When consumed, phytocannabinoids act upon the body's cannabinoid receptor network to regulate the body’s health.
CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, yet it still exhibits a wealth of medicinal properties.
Hemp vs. Marijuana
Both hemp and marijuana are plants containing medicinal cannabinoid compounds such as CBD. But they are vastly different. The primary difference between them is that marijuana contains high levels of the psychoactive cannabinoid, THC (5% —35%), in the resinous glands of the flowers and leaves while hemp contains zero or negligible amounts of THC (<0.3% by federal standards). Luckily, the hemp plant also contains a full spectrum of non-psychoactive cannabinoids and terpenes that can be extracted for medicinal use.
Enveed's Full Spectrum Hemp Extract is non-psychoactive. It does NOT contain the cannabinoid THC, so it will NOT get you high. The blend contains a complete profile of naturally occurring medicinal cannabinoids and terpenes. It is extracted from hemp that has been cultivated and manufactured legally from seed to sale in fully vertically integrated farms in Colorado, USA.
Each person has their own unique relationship with the hemp plant and its cannabinoids. When using a non-psychoactive cannabinoid extract, most people report simply feeling calm and relaxed. (Many of THC's adverse effects such as paranoia, short-term memory loss, and cognitive impairment have been found to be reduced or eliminated by supplementing with a hemp extract.)
ENVEED is committed not only to delivering the highest quality Full Spectrum Hemp Extracts on the market, but also to complying 100% with state and federal regulations. All of our hemp is sourced domestically from a vertically integrated farms in the USA.
Each batch of ENVEED's Full Spectrum Hemp Extract is tested for all requisite compliances.