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cbd herbal oil

Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18.

Do not exceed the stated recommended dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.

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Advisory information:

If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any medications or under medical supervision, please consult a doctor or healthcare professional before use.

Approximate dose per 1 serving: 4.2mg*
*Doses are calculated based on 3 drops per serving, each drop measuring 0.05ml

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the 113 cannabinoids from the Hemp Plant. CBD is non-psychoactive. Each and every batch is tested to ensure there is no THC (0.000%) present. The Holistic Herb Cannabidiol Oil has a natural taste.

For optimum results place 3 drops under the tongue up to 3 times per day, hold for 60 seconds, and then swallow. Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.

To activate CBD efficiently and to get the most from your plant material, you’ll need a precision cooker (also known as a decarboxylator) which can maintain exact temperatures needed for the full activation of CBD and other cannabinoids. With precision heating, decarboxylators extract a higher percentage of beneficial plant compounds than cruder methods and are a worthwhile investment for anyone who takes CBD oil regularly or wants to make a consistently good product.

We used the Ardent Flex for making this CBD oil. With multiple settings, you can use it to activate CBD as well as similar compounds. And, you can also use it to make herbal infusions. Save $30 with code NOURISHED.

Activating the CBD

In order to make CBD oil, you need to extract cannabidiol from hemp first. Further, you need to activate through a process called decarboxylation. The compounds in cannabis plants aren’t active or bioavailable on their own; rather, they’re activated through heat which is why the plant is traditionally smoked.

To make CBD oil at home, you’ll need to follow a simple two-step process: decarboxylation and infusion. While it sounds complex, decarboxylation is a simple process of precision heating that activates beneficial compounds in cannabis. The second step, infusion, releases those compounds into a carrier oil. Infused oils are easy to take, and oil makes these compounds easier for your body to absorb, too.

If you’re looking to make cbd oil, you’ll need just two ingredients: hemp and a carrier oil like olive oil. The result is a vibrantly herbaceous infused oil with soothing anti-inflammatory properties.