What is CBD

CBD (Cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in hemp oil.

It is typically extracted from industrial hemp plants that are naturally high in CBD and other Phytochemical.

It is the largest of over 113 different cannabinoids found in natural hemp.

It is commonly used for its therapeutic properties. Cannabidiol is responsible for a wide-range of positive health benefits through its interaction with the body’s own endocannabinoid system.

 

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Oils are made with non-GMO hemp, grown in Colorado by local farmers. Our hemp oil is derived by following the highest organic standards at every step of our growing, harvesting, and bottling process. When you buy a Modern Day Miracles product you are buying the best oil from natural sources, that is 100% free of any synthetic or artificial ingredients. Every batch of our CBD we process is individually tested  to ensure that it meets the organic standards that clients demand.

Hemp Extract Distillation

Cannabis oil distillates are arguably the future of cannabis concentrates. With unmatched purity and sheer versatility, distillate oils provide a clean and potent product with limitless application potential.

When it comes to creating a CBD distillate, cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids are pulled from the vegetative material of the cannabis plant together though various extraction processes. In order to distill these compounds into their purest form, additional layers of refinement must be executed. This process is known as “fractional” or “short path distillation.” These processes can produce single compound oils that can reach upwards of 99% purity.

In order to isolate compounds such as CBD into a pure and viscous oil, there are multiple layers of refinement that must first occur. Given that THC as well as other cannabinoids and terpenes are volatile and have varying boiling points, they must first be separated from the cannabis plant via hydrocarbon or CO2 solvent-based extraction techniques. This process removes the valuable and volatile compounds from the plant itself, while many lipids and other compounds remain. This necessitates further refinement through a process called winterization, whereby a solvent such as ethanol is used in order to remove these undesirable compounds.

 
Apart from winterization, isolated cannabinoids must also undergo decarboxylation, by which the compounds are heated enough to activate their medicinal potential. Finally, the material is run through a short path steam distillation or rational distillation chamber in a series of multiple passes to purify the CBD to its isolated state.

Rigorous and frequent third party testing is followed to ensure that the critical attributes of taste, color, potency, and purity consistently meet quality control specifications for making phytocannabionoid-rich finished products.

Full Spectrum Oil: In addition to CBD, full spectrum oil contains a wide range of cannabinoids naturally present in hemp, like CBN and CBL.  It also contains the aromatic and beneficial terpenes such as mycerin and pinene. There is NO further refinement. Depending on the condition and what someone is looking to achieve, it can provide a greater effect than CBD alone as all the cannabinoids have been shown to work better together in what is known as the “entourage effect”.

Endocannabinoid System

To understand the ECS, we must first understand Homeostasis and what it is.

Homeostasis is your body working to keep everything in the right zone. Your body tries to keep your internal environment stable and optimal no matter what’s going on in the environment around you. Think of it as the gauges in your vehicle that tell the driver the operational status of the car. and if they are in the proper operation zone.

Just like electronics in a car, or an airplane, your body continuously monitors important levels and functions in your body. Hormone levels, heart rate, blood pressure etc.

When something is operating outside of the proper range, your body activates the ECS to help correct what is out of range. So when you’re really hot and begin to sweat, know that it is your ECS working to cool you down. When you are hungry and your stomach starts to growl, that’s your ECS helping remind you to eat because you need fuel.

The ECS does this using cannabinoid receptors found in select tissues. Humans have (at least) two types of cannabinoid receptors:

CB1 which is in the central nervous system (brain and nerves of the spinal cord)
CB2 which is in the peripheral nervous system, the digestive system, and specialized cells in the immune system

Using the CB1 and CB2 receptors, the ECS helps to regulate many important functions. These include appetite, digestion, immune function, mood, sleep, motor skills, memory, pain/pleasure/reward, and more

Your body activates the ECS with precision so that it only impacts what it needs. An example would be, if you heart rate is high, it will only try to balance that issue without affection for example your digestive or immune system,

Once the endocannabinoids have done their job and normalized your system, particular enzymes come along to break them down and prevent them from upsetting the balance in the opposite direction.

It is very precise response to the system.

Because cannabis products can stimulate activity of the ECS, they are certainly targets for potential treatments, and a ton of research is going on around the world.