Hemp Seed Oil CBD Tincture

Cannabis is now gaining momentum all over the United States, and it’s a positive one. Ever since the introduction of medical marijuana, many people are now opting for it as opposed to traditional prescribed medicines - and they have very good reason to.










You’ve probably heard the many benefits users are getting from consuming Hemp Seed Oil CBD Tincture, but you may also have some confusion about it as well. In this article, we’re going to discuss what exactly Hemp Oil is, where it originated from, its benefits and where to find safe and quality CBD Tincture, also commonly referred to on the market as CBD Oil.

What is CBD?
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is just one of the many 100+ phytocannabinoids found in the plant Cannabis. Now, the term “cannabis” may sound familiar, and what you’re thinking is probably right - it’s associated with marijuana...to an extent.


Now this is where the confusion sets in, but let’s hit these misconceptions spot-on so you have a better understanding than what most people are commonly referring to when they mistakenly coincide the terms cannabis, marijuana, and hemp.

Cannabis is like an umbrella term, it is the plant family that contains many different species, such as Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis.

Marijuana is a sub-variety of cannabis, which is most commonly known for its high concentrations of THC, or Tetrahydrocannabinol, the active constituent of cannabis that induces a euphoric feeling of being “high”.

Hemp is another sub-variety of cannabis, but grown primarily for its high concentrations of CBD, or Cannabidiol, and very low to zero traces of THC - eliminating the probability of experiencing a psychoactive high.

An easy way to differentiate the two varieties could be like comparing it to dogs and wolves. Wolves would appear to be wild, or dangerous. On the other hand, domestic dogs would be a safer version of wolves. We could compare the THC concentrations of marijuana to wolves, where as hemp would be compared to dogs.

This THC concentration, specifically legalized to 0.3% THC or less, is what makes Hemp legal across the United States and also commonly termed as Industrial Hemp to indicate legality. Marijuana however is legal only in selected states.

What Are The Benefits Of Taking CBD?
Researchers all around the world are continuously conducting studies to find further investigate Cannabidiol’s therapeutic potential for a wide array of health conditions. One of the most sought out uses is for pain relief.

Many studies have found that CBD inhibits anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, one 2008 study in particular further discusses the effects of Cannabinoids in the management of treating pain. The therapeutic properties make it efficient in providing relief for different kinds of pain, including acute pain, such as in muscle pulls, or chronic pain similar to arthritis.

In fact, did you know that cannabis had been utilized for medicinal purposes by the Chinese in 2900 B.C?

Evidence has shown it to be effective in epilepsy as well when administered orally. Additionally, another research dated 2011 has suggested that Cannabidiol can reduce anxiety induced by public speaking, further leading researchers to believe that CBD may be effective in reducing symptoms of social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder and other related disorders.


CBD may also be beneficial to the following:
  • Cancer
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Acute and Chronic Pain
  • Acne
  • Smoking
  • Drug Withdrawal
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Schizophrenia
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Glaucoma
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Promote Heart Health
  • And many more!


That’s Great! But How Does It Work With The Body?
Superb question. Humans, and other mammals for that matter, have this thing called an endocannabinoid system, or ECS. Now this is where CBD comes in. Coming from the name itself, the endocannabinoid system is comprised of cannabinoids, just like cannabis contains over 100+ different types of cannabinoids! The ECS is responsible for allowing your nerves to communicate and work efficiently as part of the neurotransmitter system.


What CBD does specifically in relation to the ECS is that it actives it by boosting your own cannabinoids produced by the body, overall improving your mood and your health. It encourages the regulation of the body and promotes homeostasis.


What Is A Tincture?
CBD can be administered in many different forms, ranging from sprays, topicals, capsules, smoking, and more. One of the most popular methods are through a tincture, also called oil. These tinctures are produced by steeping cannabis in a high-proof grain alcohol and then using low heat over a period of time which allows the compounds to become active and infuse into the neutral spirit. This results into a potent liquid easy to consume without the use of combustion, often in the form of smoking. The ease and possibility for producers to add carrier oils to enhance the taste of the tincture make it one of the most preferred methods of consumption.


How To Consume A Tincture?
CBD Tinctures or oils are concentrates, and are intended to be taken in very small amounts or doses. Producers often package these with a built-in dropper to allow users to take small and carefully measured dosages. As the dosing is small, users can take tinctures in  different variety of ways depending on user preference. Some of the most common methods are by administering it to the tongue or under it, or mixing a few drops with food or drinks.


How To Get Started?
Producers of CBD like VitaLeaf Naturals offers a variety of hemp-derived products to choose from. VitaLeaf’s signature PurCBD+ tincture is readily available in a variety of different strengths (250mg, 750mg, 1500mg) for those wanting to give CBD a try or those wanting to step it up a notch for more relief.


Their products are 100% organic and made of the safest quality, tested in 3rd party-labs and absolutely free of pesticides - even the owners and staff of VitaLeaf Naturals use PurCBD+ not only for themselves, but for their pets as well! You can be rest assured you’re getting it at a cheaper price than those on the market without hindering the safety and quality.

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