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What you need to know about CBD Oil?

CBD Hemp Seed Oil contains a very less quantity of CBD and is listed as cannabis Sativa seed oil whereas CBD Oil is extracted from Hemp plant leaves, flowers, and stalks rather than seeds. In seeds, there is no CBD or very less amount is present. It has THC below 0.3%. Other than CBD quantity, the main difference between the CBD Oil and CBD Hemp Seed Oil is that they are made of different parts of the Hemp plant.

Main facts about CBD Oil

  • CBD doesn’t make you high because there is no THC which is the psychoactive compound whereas CBD has totally different effects on the body.
  • CBD Oil is different from hemp oil as this oil is extracted from the cannabis plant and usually mixes with base oil; coconut, olive, and MCT.
  • 2 main methods of extracting CBD; First is the solvent extraction which uses solvent (Usually CO2 or harsh chemicals) to separate the compounds from the plant and the second method includes steam which is used to extract the oil in a more effective way.CBD oil

The CBD chemist shop provides High-quality CBD oil for the UK and makes sure that you get all CBD products at affordable rates. Here, you can choose your favorite brand oil.

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How can Hemp Oil benefit your skin & hair?

High quality hemp oil

CBD Chemist Shop high-quality hemp oil is made by the cold-pressing of hemp seeds and is unrefined in most of the cases. This green oil is very beneficial for your skin and also can make your hair thick and healthy hair. Read below for full detail:

 

Helps in hair growth

 

Hemp oil is full of lipids which is very helpful in moisturizing the hair. After using this oil, your hair will be more shine and beautiful. Moreover, hemp oil can strengthen the strands that are weak and breakable and hence make your hair thicker. Your hair loss will be controlled and also more hair growth will be done.

This oil also improves blood circulation and can reduce inflammation which results avoid all types of infections.

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Benefits skin

 

Hemp oil not only makes your hair attractive but also can make your skin very soft and smooth. It can also moisturize your skin without clogging it. In other words, this oil regulates the skin’s oil production.

Due to the presence of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), hemp oil is a powerful anti-inflammatory product. It leads to skin growth and helps in reducing acne.

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CBD Chemist Shop professionals can help you in choosing the best hemp products for your body and here, also buy online CBD products such as anti-aging cream, supplements and oil.

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How Meladol Cibdol product can improve your sleep?

Meladol Cibdol

Meladol CBD is a new liposomal product of Cibdol which have melatonin. In a human body, melatonin is produced by the pineal gland and it is carried by the circulatory system. The amount of melatonin totally depends on the environment and our activities. Now, people are busier and have long working hour which makes them stressed and also affect their sleep.

Effectiveness of Meladol Cibdol in a good sleeping

Meladol is a sleep supplement and melatonin inside of this can induce sleep and also can control the human circadian rhythm. Also, the presence of the CBD in a Meladol Cibdol makes it a perfect supplement for a good night’s sleep.  This liposomal formula contains a high concentration of CBD to produce more effective results. In detail, liposomes are protective bubbles that carry the main ingredients. The presence of CBD also causes sedative effects which is very helpful to calm the mind and body. The mixture of both CBD and melatonin makes a good and qualitative combination for consumers.

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The CBD Chemist shop has all CBD products such as CBD oil, CBD creams, CBD supplements and many more. Here, you can buy your preferred product at an affordable price. You will find lots of options for quality Meladol Cibdol products.

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CBD And Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Numerous studies, journal articles, and media reports suggest that CBD and the endocannabinoid system play key roles in promoting homeostasis- but what exactly is homeostasis, and what does the endocannabinoid system have to do with it?

WHAT IS HOMEOSTASIS?

Homeostasis is a term used to describe the process of maintaining internal balance in an ever-changing external environment. In humans, homeostasis refers to a plethora of individual yet interdependent processes that ultimately keep our bodies functioning properly.

The conditions within our bodies can fluctuate in response to a variety of external factors. Think about how things like temperature, stress, or even the food you eat can temporarily affect how your body works.

The heat on a particularly hot day, for example, might cause your blood pressure to drop and leave you feeling light-headed, fatigued, or nauseous. On the other hand, the stress of preparing for a work presentation or studying for an exam might cause your blood pressure to rise, leaving you feeling anxious or dealing with headaches and other physical symptoms.

These are just some examples of how the internal conditions of your body can fluctuate in response to the ever-changing conditions of the external environment. Luckily, your body has inbuilt response mechanisms to deal with these changes and get back to functioning properly as quickly as possible.

These different mechanisms all play important roles in helping our body achieve and maintain homeostasis. And while the individual homeostatic processes in your body vary, they are all made up of 3 essential components:

– Receptors responsible for sensing external changes.
– A Control Center that decides on how to respond to these changes.
– Effectors which carry out the relevant response.

To better understand how our body responds to external changes, let’s think about how it regulates our internal body temperature.

In this example, the control center is the hypothalamus, a part of the brain which helps our bodies detect changes in temperature and respond to them accordingly to maintain an optimal internal temperature.

In some ways, the hypothalamus works like a thermostat. Using receptors found both on the skin and internal structures within the body, the hypothalamus is able to sense any changes in temperature and respond to them accordingly. When temperatures rise, our body starts to promote heat loss in order to keep its internal temperature at around 37°C (98.6°F). When temperatures drop, on the other hand, our body reduces heat loss.

Thermoregulation is just 1 example of a homeostatic process that constantly takes place in our body. Body fluid composition, blood sugar, and blood pressure are some other processes involved in keeping our body operating at its best.

HOMEOSTASIS AND THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM

The endocannabinoid system (or ECS) is a complex physiological system present in all mammals. Recent research has highlighted the complexity of the endocannabinoid system and suggests it is involved in managing various homeostatic processes.

There is a solid body of research exploring the role of the endocannabinoid system. Up until now, studies show that it is involved in managing pain, inflammation, immune response, appetite, metabolism, memory, mood and emotion, and much more.

The endocannabinoid system is made up of 3 main components:
1. Cannabinoid receptors (such as CB1 and CB2), which are found in various sites around the brain and body, as well as in specific cells of the immune system.
2. Endocannabinoids like anandamide and 2-AG which are produced in the brain and bind to either of the 2 cannabinoid receptors.
3. Metabolic enzymes that break up endocannabinoids after they’ve been used. The two main enzymes in the endocannabinoid system ar FAAH, which breaks down anandamide, and MAGL, which breaks down 2-AG

Unlike other molecules in the body, anandamide and 2-AG are synthesized and used when they’re needed, not produced and stored to be used later.

The growing body of research on the endocannabinoid system suggests that the endocannabinoid system switches into gear when it senses certain imbalances in the body, and then switches back off once order has been restored to the system.

Below we’ll look at some specific examples of how the endocannabinoid system can help regulate various bodily processes and promote homeostasis:

THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM REGULATES METABOLISM

By stimulating key receptors in areas like the digestive tract, the pancreas, liver, and even adipose tissue, the endocannabinoid system has been shown to directly affect a variety of metabolic processes.

Studies suggest, for example, that by stimulating receptors in the digestive tract, endocannabinoids can possibly influence digestion and nutrient uptake. Furthermore, research also shows that the endocannabinoid system can directly influence how nutrients are stored and transported around the body.

For example, research from 2016 showed that the endocannabinoid system is involved in a process known as “fat browning.” There are essentially 2 kinds of fat stores in your body; white fat, which is linked to higher risks of diabetes and heart disease, and brown fat, which can actually help burn energy and calories.

These results suggest that the endocannabinoid system may be a target for treating a variety of metabolic conditions, including obesity and diabetes. They also suggest that the ECS may help promote weight loss. Moreover, this research confirms that the endocannabinoid system has an important homeostatic role in regulating various metabolic processes.

THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM CAN REGULATE MOOD, EMOTION, AND STRESS RESPONSE

Besides its role in regulating metabolic processes, the endocannabinoid system has also been shown to be involved in managing emotions, mood, and response to external stress.

As we mentioned earlier, cannabis receptors (especially CB1) are present all throughout the body, especially in the brain (where CB1 receptors are among the most abundant G-protein-coupled receptors). Especially high concentrations of CB1 receptors are found in key areas of the brain involved in managing stress, emotion, mood, anxiety, and our response to fear.

This includes the:
– Prefrontal cortex
– Amygdala
– Hippocampus
– Periaqueductal gray (PAG)

Animal-based studies have shown that by stimulating receptors in these various parts of the brain, the endocannabinoid system can help reduce stress, anxiety, and fear.

For example, a study from the 2008 European Journal Of Pharmacology showed that anandamide helped reduce anxiety in rats. Other studies have also shown that plant-based cannabinoids (especially THC) can actually produce anxiolytic effects.

Due to its involvement in managing fear and emotional responses, the endocannabinoid system has also become a possible target for treating patients suffering from depression, clinical anxiety, and even post-traumatic stress disorder.

THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM CAN AFFECT IMMUNE FUNCTION

Unlike CB1 receptors, CB2 receptors are most commonly found within immune cells. By either directly or indirectly stimulating these receptors, cannabinoids are believed to play a key role in promoting immune regulation.

Research suggests that the endocannabinoid system can help regulate immune homeostasis in the gut. Conditions like Crohn’s disease, for example, are characterized by an imbalance that causes the immune system to attack healthy tissue in the digestive tract. Studies show that cannabinoids can help reduce the chronic inflammation caused by these conditions and possibly restore order to the immune system.

paper published in 2009 explored the role of endocannabinoids in regulating the immune system. Based on evidence that using cannabinoids or inhibitors of the enzymes of endocannabinoids (which essentially slow down the break down of compounds like anandamide and 2-AG) can suppress immune hyperactivity and help the body recover from immune-related injuries.

HOW CAN CBD PROMOTE HOMEOSTASIS?

CBD is a natural compound derived from hemp. Unlike some other plant-derived cannabinoids, CBD doesn’t actually fit into any of the cannabinoid receptors in the body. However, it is still able to stimulate activity in the receptors without directly binding to them.

Instead of binding either to CB1 or CB2 receptors, CBD has 2 very unique effects on the body. First, it promotes the synthesis of 2-AG which, in turn, stimulates activity in the receptors. Secondly, studies show that CBD also inhibits the activity of FAAH, the enzyme responsible for breaking down anandamide.

CBD has been shown to bind another G-protein coupled receptor known as TRPV-1. This receptor is known to play an active role in regulating body temperature as well as pain and inflammation.

By interacting with TRPV-1 and provoking an increase in both anandamide and 2-AG, CBD indirectly promotes healthy endocannabinoid activity. And since the endocannabinoid system is directly involved in so many homeostatic processes, CBD may help give your system the boost it needs in order to continue functioning properly.

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The Purest Just Got Purer At CBDChem

Pure CBD

THE PUREST JUST GOT PURER

In a continuing endeavour to bring our customers the highest quality CBD oil, and to remain a leader in CBD products, Cibdol is upgrading production methods to exceed the top contemporary standards in the industry. Recently, we added new purification lab equipment that will heighten the efficacy of our production process. Now, we can enhance the purity of our oil even further than our current standards for excellence!

Technology has advanced significantly since Cibdol first started to distribute this incredible product. Today, production methods have been refined, and in particular, purification methods have improved remarkably. We can now make “pure even purer”, and improve overall consistency throughout our products.

IMPROVING THE PURIFICATION PROCESS

Plants can be fickle and differ slightly from season to season. Normally, our oil will vary in colour from dark to light gold as idiosyncrasies in each season’s hemp crop are expressed. The new lab equipment will improve overall consistency in both taste and colour. The new colour will be significantly lighter than the current batches of oil!

At Cibdol, we’re known for being at the forefront of the CBD movement, but now we’re upping the ante by raising our own standards. With the ability to be more precise than ever in our process, we can provide our customers with full transparency and peace of mind regarding the efficacy of our methods. Normalised testing and tasting in our Swiss labs guarantees the potential of our products.

TERPENES

Terpenes are produced by the same glands that produce CBD and other cannabinoids. Cannabis/hemp contains many terpenes that perform functions to maintain plant health. Furthermore, the limitless combination of these volatile molecules is what gives things their recognisable aromas. The gentle floral scent and pleasant taste of our CBD oil is because of terpenes.

The entourage effect is a well-documented phenomenon. Compounds act synergistically when combined to create an effect greater than they could achieve on their own. This is especially true regarding CBD. By including a full terpene profile, we can magnify the therapeutic effect of our oils while ensuring a better tasting and smelling product.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR ME?

As the improvements to our labs are implemented, oils may continue to vary in colour from dark honey to olive oil gold. This in no way impacts the quality of our oil. Brand new gear simply means we can continue to supply our discerning customers with the best possible quality that technology allows.

Oil produced after April 2018 or following batches C26, A40, and B08 will be lighter. These oils have been produced using the new lab equipment. There is no cause for alarm. The older product is still of the first order and may be consumed with the same confidence as always.

Cibdol will continue to source the finest quality organic hemp grown in Europe as feedstock for the refining process. Only raw material that passes our high metric is ever considered for use. The purification process removes chlorophyll, heavy metals, pollutants, and plant fats from the crude paste, allowing for the most unadulterated final product. The CO₂ extraction process ensures full decarboxylation and optimum levels of the purest CBD.

Our customers have only ever received the purest CBD oil available. With our recent cutting-edge upgrades, we will be able to push the envelope of what is possible with CBD products even further. The future of CBD oil is now with CBDChem.