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Frequently Asked Questions
How is Forest Remedies Hemp CBD Oil different from other hemp oils?
We're so happy you asked. We know there are a lot of options when it comes to hemp CBD oil, 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 CBD oil made from plants cultivated using organic and regenerative farming practices. From there, we use expert extraction methods that retain more of the plant's natural, beneficial properties.
Every finished batch is third-party lab tested for safety, purity, and potency. The end result is pure Full Spectrum extract packed with more of the beneficial good stuff found in hemp plants that can help support your everyday health and wellness.*
What does Full Spectrum mean?
What's the difference between these Hemp CBD Soft Gels and your Hemp CBD Oils?
It's really all a matter of personal preference.
Both our Hemp CBD Oils and Hemp CBD Soft Gels are made with Full Spectrum extract to help support calm, focus and everyday wellbeing.* That aside, how you take them is different.
With our Hemp CBD Soft Gels, each one delivers a uniform amount of 30 mg CBD. So you get the same convenient dose of plant-based wellness in every soft gel. They are also flavorless. If you want to take your Hemp CBD the same way you take your vitamins, our soft gels are the way to go.
Our Hemp CBD Oils are different in that they are dispensed with a dropper and can be taken alone or added to food and beverages. We offer there different flavors - natural, vanilla, and mint. Each one is available in 500 mg or 1000mg strength. Since you're just pulling oil from a bottle, the dropper gives you a little more flexibility with the amount of Hemp CBD you're getting and how you consume it. If you want to get experimental in the kitchen or are not a fan of swallowing soft gels, try our oils.
What are endocannabinoids? Phytocannabinoids? What do they do?
Endocannabinoids are compounds made by your body. They are similar to phytocannabinoids, compounds that come from the resin of cannabis flowers. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are the most well-known phytocannabinoids, but researchers have identified over 100 others. CBD is non-psychoactive while THC is the compound that gets you “high.”
It's thought that your body makes endocannabinoids as needed, and that they bond to receptors in your body to communicate that your endocannabinoid system (ECS) needs to take action or perform a function to support overall internal balance or wellbeing, but science is still very much ongoing.
Your body has two main endocannabinoid receptors:
- CB1 receptors - found mostly in the central nervous system
- CB2 receptors - found mostly in peripheral nervous system
Science suggests that endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids can act differently at the same receptor or bind to different receptors to produce varying effects or therapeutic benefits.
From here, enzymes help break down endocannabinoids once they've carried out their function. As an area of ongoing biomedical research, exactly how the ECS works and the role it plays in health and disease continues to expand.
What is the endocannabinoid system?
Did you know you have something called an "endocannabinoid system" in your body? It's true - it's been there this whole time.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex signaling system in the body consisting of three main components - endocannabinoids, receptors and enzymes. While research is still ongoing, it's thought that the ECS plays a role in regulating a range of bodily functions including sleep and mood.