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I tried this for sleep. I am not sleeping more but I am sleeping deeper. The taste is doable.
I somehow ended up with“Natural” CBD oil instead of the “Mint,” which I have had before and liked. I intensely dislike the “Natural” oil. It tastes terrible. I have to wash my teeth immediately after swallowing. I do not know how I ended up with “Natural” as I knew I wanted the Mint.
Hi Tom, We appreciate your feedback and are sorry to hear you were not satisfied with your order. We can send you replacement bottles of the mint oil to your address on file. Please confirm that this is ok, and we'll get that shipped to you. Thanks for your help, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Kind regards, Caroline
Real live CBD oil from hempp aerial parts (leaves & flowers), and not some stuff that tries to hide the fact that it's made from hemp SEEDS, which contain almost no CBD at all. It would be great if it were more broad-spectrum and contained more of the cannabinoids, but that would probably raise the price out of reach. This is the best price for real, authentic CBD oil. Great customer service, too! ^_^
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Hemp CBD?
You may have heard of hemp and CBD, but hemp CBD? At Forest Remedies, this is our way of indicating that our products include cannabidiol (CBD) from hemp plants, a variety of the cannabis sativa plant bred to have very minimal (less than 0.3%) amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). As a result, our Full Spectrum Hemp CBD products can offer therapeutic benefits without any psychoactive effects.
Hemp CBD products are different from cannabis CBD products that you might find at a marijuana dispensary. Cannabis CBD products come from a different variety of cannabis sativa plant and contain both CBD and different amounts of THC, the compound that gets you “high.” These products can offer therapeutic benefits with a psychoactive effect.
How is Forest Remedies Hemp CBD Oil Extract different from other hemp oils?
We're so happy you asked. We know there are a lot of CBD products out there, and trying to decide on the best one for you can be confusing.
At Forest Remedies, you can always trust you're getting premium quality hemp-derived CBD oil made from plants cultivated without pesticides. Instead, we partner with farmers that use regenerative farming practices to minimize their impact on the environment and create a cleaner end product. From there, we use expert extraction methods that retain more of the plant's natural, beneficial qualities.
Every finished batch is third-party lab tested for safety, purity and potency. The end result is pure hemp-derived CBD oil packed with naturally occurring phytocannabinoids to help enhance your everyday health and wellness.*
Does this product contain THC?
All Forest Remedies hemp products contain less than 0.3% of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and don't have any psychoactive effects. This trace amount of THC is the standard for all hemp-derived CBD products available online and in retailers today as a result of the 2018 Farm Bill.
How do you extract your Hemp CBD Oil?
What's the Forest Remedies difference? More plant-based goodness and hemp extract benefits thanks to our unique extraction method.
Instead of CO2, we use cold ethanol to retain more of the plant’s natural, beneficial qualities. Our method is also twice as energy efficient and five times faster than CO2 extraction.
So you get more of the good stuff, hemp-derived cannabinoids (CBD) without any weird chemicals, additives or other fake ingredients. But you don't have to take our word for it. This product is third-party lab tested for safety, purity and potency. View the Certificate of Analysis linked to below to see for yourself.
What are phytocannabinoids? How do they act on the body?
Phytocannabinoids are natural compounds found in some species of plants including hemp. Phytocannabinoids, such as cannabidiol, act on the body by interacting with specific receptors. These receptors make up the endocannabinoid system (ECS) and are located throughout the body in connective tissues, organs, nerves, immune cells, the nervous system and beyond. Receptors allow cells in the body to receive and process information, which translates into a biological response.
Current research suggests that our ECS is vital to regulating numerous physical and cognitive processes and maintaining homeostasis. In other words, your ECS helps your body stay balanced, and phytocannabinoids may have the potential to compensate for endocannabinoid deficiencies and produce therapeutic responses.
What's the difference between your Hemp CBD Oils and your Hemp CBD Soft Gels?
It's really all about personal preference.
When it comes to benefits, our high-quality hemp oils and soft gels both help support your everyday health and wellness and may promote a sense of calm and focus.* That aside, how you take them is different.
Our hemp oils are dispensed with a dropper and can be taken alone or added to food and beverages. We offer three different flavors, Natural, Cinnamon and Mint, each available in either 1000mg or 500mg strength. Since you're just pulling oil from a bottle, the dropper gives you a little more flexibility with the amount you're taking and how you're consuming it. For example, you can add it to your coffee, morning smoothie or take it alone.
With our hemp soft gels, each capsule delivers a uniform dose of 30mg of phytocannabinoids, making them a convenient option for taking on the go. They're essential flavorless. So if you're someone who wants the benefits of hemp in an easy-to-swallow format without any flavor, our soft gels are the way to go.
What is the endocannabinoid system?
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a signaling system of receptors and molecules distributed throughout the body. Cannabinoids are not only produced by plants (in this case, they are named phytocannabinoids). Our body can also make cannabinoids.
From the word “endogenous,” meaning from within, endocannabinoids and the receptors they and phytocannabinoids bind to, make up the ECS.
Cannabinoids can act differently at the same receptor or bind to different receptors to produce varying effects. As an area of ongoing biomedical research, understanding of the ECS and the role it plays in health and disease continues to expand.