Forest RemediesTM Full Spectrum Hemp Extract Soft Gels feature all the benefits of hemp-derived cannabinoids and terpenes in an easy-to-swallow capsule.
We use hemp that’s sustainably-farmed without pesticides and expertly extracted to retain more of the plant’s natural, beneficial qualities. Made in the USA and third-party lab tested for safety, purity and potency.
I've taken this product for two months now and love it! I've had better days of sleep and I also am able to enjoy my day better because there's no anxiety that I'm facing when I walk out the door to go to work. When I take one in the morning with my coffee the phytocannabinoids makes my whole overall outlook on daily activities better. Overall, thank you for making this product!
I have bought the soft gels multiple times and they work great for me. I especially like the effects it has on my anxiety. I would recommend to take them with food, I have found it increases absorption.
First of all, thank you for making this product. I start my day with one hemp softgel, a cup of coffee, and breakfast. The anxiety and nervousness is gone and I feel balanced with my mood. Also, I also feel happier so kudos to y'all. I definitely recommend this to everyone.
I often have trouble falling asleep, and 2 friends recommended this hemp extract. It arrived quickly, and I tried it. The very first night, I slept much better than I had in the past, as I share my bed with 3 wonderful rescue dogs! When I saw the sale come up, I quickly ordered 2 more. :-)
Phytocannabinoids, such as cannabidiol, act in the body by interacting with specific receptors. Receptors allow cells in the body to receive and process information, which translates into a biological response.
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.