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As a customer, who is intereste in hemp CBD oil for sale, there is unlimited amount of options to choose from. Thouseand of brands, products in different format, CBD consistenct, different flavours and prices, etc – the amount of options can honestly be overwhelming. What differentiates Hempotheka from other online shops that are selling CBD oil online? Firstly, we are selling only lab tested products, you can see lab results for each and every product we are selling. The CBD products on sale – CBD oil, CBD capsules, CBD skincare and cosmetics products, CBD Hash, CBD wax – they all have lab results presented. So you can be sure you are buying only high quality products. Our products are handpicked and represent the best available options on the market. In case a brand or product is missing on our product assortment, don’t hesitate to contact us and let us know your preferences. And this is where Hempotheka shines above the rest in terms of truly pure CBD oil for sale. You can do a simple Google search and see that the CBD oil brands and products we have selected to be on sale on Hempotheka online shop represent the best of breed variety of CBD products No matter the confusion that encompasses trying to order CBD oil online, this will always be something that’s worth its weight in gold to potential customers.

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About CBD

CBD is the second most prominent compound in cannabis. The cannabis plant contains many different cannabinoids. Most people have heard of a cannabinoid called THC, which is the ingredient in cannabis that makes users high.

Unlike THC, CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid and does not cause a high. CBD has antipsychotic effects. This means CBD works in completely the opposite way to THC. Numerous studies suggest that CBD also acts to reduce the intoxicating effects of THC.

About CBDa (Cannabidiolic Acid)

The most common naturally-occurring forms of CBD and THC are their acid forms: CBDa and THCa. Raw THCa is not psychoactive. It must be heated to form THC in order to become psychoactive.

Here at Endoca, we believe that oils containing CBDa are more effective than those that contain CBD alone.

Back To CBD Basics

So, let’s start right from the beginning. CBD is a type of compound found in cannabis sativa called a cannabinoid. In fact, there are over 100 types of cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, with the most well-known being THC – the bit that gets you high.

However, (and this is important): CBD is not psychoactive in the respect that it doesn’t cause that euphoric, ‘high’ feeling.

Not only that, the World Health Organisation has recognised CBD as being safe, non-toxic and with very few side effects.

Right now, cannabis (produced from the marijuana plant) remains illegal in most parts of the world thanks to its Schedule 1 status, which claims that it poses a high a risk of abuse as well as having no medicinal value.

However industrial hemp, a low-THC/ high-CBD variety of cannabis sativa, is legal. Therefore, most of the CBD oils on the wider market are derived from hemp.

How does CBD work?

When CBD was identified in the 1940s, scientists assumed it had little or no effect on the body. The main focus back then was researching THC and its pharmacology. Fast forward to the 1990s and a research team led by Professor Raphael Mechoulam (commonly acknowledged as the grandfather of cannabis research) discovered what has come to be known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS) – and this changed everything.

The ECS is a vast communication network of cannabis-like chemicals – called endocannabinoids – and receptor sites found across all cells in our bodies. It is known as a homeostatic regulator, meaning that its main action is to bring balance to our bodies and minds.

Think of it as being like a dimmer switch, turning up or turning down activity to ensure equilibrium is reached. After all, this is the perfect environment for optimum health. THC was seen to activate this system because it is an almost perfect fit for the receptors in our brain and central nervous system, as well as partially activating those in our immune system and gut.

Scientists believe that CBD does influence the endocannabinoid system, but in an indirect way. They have observed that CBD blocks an enzyme that breaks down anandamide: a key endocannabinoid otherwise known as the ‘bliss molecule’. This means that taking CBD may allow more anandamide to be present in our bodies for longer, which is thought to potentially support and strengthen the endocannabinoid system.

However, this is not where CBD’s path of action ends.

We now know that CBD activates many non-endocannabinoid receptors, which may explain why CBD has such a diverse array of effects. So far, scientists have identified that CBD: