I want to thank Lazarus for such a wonderful product. I have been using for about a month for chronic pain issues and take for breakthrough pain. It helps so much that I believe the next step is to wean myself off of narcotics and go with this , I believe between the coconut oil that I rub on and this product it will help me better than narcotics have. I wish I would have started this years ago !! Thank you so much
Every CBD product should make third-party lab results available, either online, in their packaging, or by request. At minimum, each tincture here offers lab results showing the levels of cannabinoids like CBD and THC, while others offer additional tests. The more information available to consumers the better. At the same time, we admit it isn’t always easy for newcomers to interpret these lab tests.
You may have read or heard in the news all the reports of people wanting to take CBD Oil for many ailments, some of which are cancer, epilepsy, chronic pain, TMJ, anxiety and diabetes. And, many people are reporting some pretty fantastic improvements to their conditions after taking these oils. The first thing most people want to know is: IS THERE ANY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CANNABIDIOL FROM HEMP AND CANNABIDIOL FROM MARIJUANA? And, the short answer is “no”; molecularly, CBD is CBD. But, there are generally some differences in the CBD Extracts. Let me explain this a bit further.
THC is the plant compound that makes a person feel ‘high’. It is naturally found in much higher quantities in marijuana, and in virtually non-existent quantities in hemp. So, when taking a full spectrum cannabinoid extract from hemp, the THC level is so low that you do not feel ‘high’ or groggy. But, when taking CBD extracted from marijuana, even the “low CBD” strains typically have enough THC to cause someone to feel slightly ‘high’ or at least sleepy or groggy. And, if its NOT a low CBD strain of marijuana, then watch out, you will most likely experience a pretty significant ‘high’.
Others companies use organic, pharmaceutical-grade ethanol to process CBD. The ethanol, which is essentially grain alcohol, is used to remove unneeded toxins and residues from the base hemp plant. This method of extraction is generally considered to be the extraction process that yields the highest amount of cannabinoids among the different refinement processes as well as being considered the safest method of extracting CBD for human consumption.
I just wanted to say thank you. My 19 year old daughter has been suffering from chronic back pain since age 13. She has been to multiple doctors and chiropractors and has had MRIs and x-rays. Has been on multiple medications for pain and nothing was working. I decided to try purchase your high potency CBD oil as a last resort and to both of our astonishment for the first time she hasn’t had pain during the 2 weeks she has been taking it. I will be purchasing more of your product. Thank you so much.
Our high potency CBD tinctures are carefully extracted and formulated in-house to bring you a high-quality product at a price anyone can afford. Our high potency tinctures are over three times as potent as our Standard Potency CBD tinctures. This product is available in a 15ml bottle containing 750mg, a 60ml bottle containing 3,000mg, or a 120ml bottle containing 6,000mg. We use graduated droppers, so you can easily see how much tincture you are taking. Each ml contains 50mg of CBD. Our high potency CBD tinctures contain our whole plant CBD extract, which feature a spectrum of naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes. Our CBD extract is blended with hemp seed oil, fractionated coconut oil, and avocado oil.
When seeking out Full Spectrum products, you may come across some called “Broad Spectrum” that claim to have 0% THC. It’s important to verify lab tests on these products to make sure that this is not a false claim and you’re encouraged to still exercise caution with these products if drug testing is a concern. These products have sometimes gone through additional processing to try to isolate and remove as much THC as possible while still maintaining some of the other cannabinoids and terpenes.
As shown in the chart above, each cannabinoid offers different benefits for a wide variety of ailments. Notably, CBD offers most of the benefits of each cannabinoid combined. While there is no debate that CBD offers the most benefits compared to any single cannabinoid, many wonder if CBD alone is more effective for treating ailments than all the cannabinoids combined.