Click  here  to read an article from Better Mind Body Soul on the benefits of MCT Oil.


  • Cold-pressed hemp seeds alone do not create a Full Spectrum CBD oil. The oils must include the entire plant (aerial parts: flowers, leaves, and top stems).
  • Full Spectrum CBD products contain trace amounts of THC. The THC is <0.3% of the federally regulated limit and is non-detectable using current testing methods. Our PCR (Phyto-Cannabinoid Rich) Full Spectrum Hemp Oils, contain all essential therapeutic properties, including over 200+ known naturally occurring plant compounds.
  • Broad Spectrum contains 0.0% THC while maintaining cannabinoids, terpenes and flavanoids.
  • Isolate – CBD is the only Phytocannabinoid present. Never fail a drug test with our 0.0% THC Pure CBD Tinctures, infused with MCT oil. Our CBD tinctures have a purity level of 99%+ isolated hemp extract.
  • We openly provide COA’s for our customers so they can at a minimum see the potency of their product, and to be confident knowing what is in their bottle. Cemboxidol products are labeled with QR codes which are directly linked to lab results.
  • Our  oils are unadulterated in taste and are not sweetened with Stevia: A 2015 study reported a possible link between nonnutritive sweeteners, including Stevia, and disruption in beneficial intestinal flora. The same study also suggested nonnutritive sweeteners may induce glucose intolerance and metabolic disorders.
  • Transparency – It’s simple – Cemboxidol is the brand you trust™, and we earn this by not hiding behind false claims or ingredients.

Our 100% plant based products are produced from all organically grown natural  hemp, then processed in an FDA approved facility. 3rd party tested and verified to ensure potency. Heard that before? We have the lab results to prove it. All of our CBD products are hemp derived, not marijuana derived. We update our site regularly as products become available.

CBD is a natural compound found in Hemp. CBD has been growing in popularity due to it’s non-psychoactive properties and amazing health benefits.  Our CBD products will not get you high because they have no intoxicating effects. Hemp-derived CBD is 100% legal in all 50 states. Our CBD is extracted from hemp farms grown only in the United States using the aerial parts of the plant.

CBD has the potential to treat numerous problems. With Freshen Naturals™ brand, know what you are getting in the bottle before you purchase. If you aren’t completely satisfied with your order, we have a 30-day money back guarantee on any unused, unopened products. All we ask is that you pay for return shipping. If your order was placed through our distributor(s), please contact them directly.



cemboxidol noun
cem·box·​i·​dol | \’sem-bȯx-i-, dȯl
: a natural safe CO2 extracted CBD hemp oil
: containins no additives or preservatives
: administered orally to adults and pets
: organic ingredients
: non-gmo

First Known Use of cemboxidol
2018, in the meaning defined above 


  • Cannabidiolic acid (CBD-A)
  • Cannabidiol (CBD)
  • Cannabidivarin (CBDV)
  • Cannabigerolic acid (CBG-A)
  • Cannabigerol (CBG)
  • Cannabinol (CBN)
  • Cannabichromene (CBC)
  • Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV)
  • Δ8-Tetrahydrocannabidol
  • Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid A (THC-A)
  • (−)-trans-Δ⁹-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)


Yes, hemp CBD oil is legal. You do not require a permit or recommendation from your doctor to buy Hemp Extract. It can be purchased online and shipped to your home, anywhere in the U.S. We do recommend consulting with your physician before beginning any dietary supplement. As a result of Section 7606 of the Agricultural Act of 2014 (“Farm Bill”) regarding industrial hemp, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in consult with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), recently published a notice in the Federal Register (August 12, 2016; 81 FR 53395).

We leave this up to the consumer to decide. There are many sites offering similar products, but charge outrageous prices.


Cannabis oil is the concentrated liquid extract of the marijuana plant, Cannabis sativa. Similar to other herbal extracts, the chemicals in cannabis oils vary depending on how the extract is made and what chemicals were in the plant to begin with. Cannabis plants produce thousands of compounds but the most well recognized belong to a class called cannabinoids. There are several cannabinoids but the two that are most well-known among consumers are THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). THC is the primary psychoactive compound in marijuana and it is what people are searching for when they want a product that gives them a “high.” Unlike THC, CBD isn’t known to cause psychoactive effects, and is therefore attractive to those who want to avoid the high but who believe there are other benefits of CBD.

CBD oil tinctures are created by combining the active ingredient, CBD, with a certain percentage of carrier oil, combined with the cannabis plant’s stems, stalks and flowers. To create the tincture, Freshen Natural’s CBD PCR (Phyto-Cannabinoid Rich) hemp oil is mixed with  MCT (Medium Chain Triglycerides) oil. Why choose products blended with MCT oil? Coconut oil is 55% MCTs, while MCT oil is made 100% of MCTs. All of our products are alcohol and solvent-free.  

Place the solution under the tongue for fast results. Or, add it to foods as an easy way to experience its healthful benefits. CBD oil can be applied directly to the skin to make it smoother and provide site-specific relief.  

The Entourage Effect is something to consider when choosing which CBD oil products to purchase. The Entourage Effect are the results (the effect) produced from the synergistic interaction of the cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, and fatty acids naturally found in cannabis. The Entourage Effect refers to the beneficial effect of all these compounds working together as opposed to just one or two of these compounds working in isolation. Simply put: the Entourage Effect is the benefit you get from ingesting multiple components of the cannabis plant together instead of ingesting one component at-a-time.

The cannabis genus of plants contains approximately 500 compounds. This includes about 100 phytocannabinoids (THC and CBD are phytocannabinoids, cannabinoids which occur naturally in plants). Other significant compounds found in cannabis plants are terpenoids, flavonoids, and fatty acids. Flavonoids are phytonutrients which are responsible for the vivid non-green colors we see in plants. The color of those shiny red apples and beautiful blueberries is all due to their unique flavonoid profile. Commonly known flavonoids include catechins (found in green tea) and quercetin (found in cannabis, fruits, and vegetables). Flavonoids are known to have antiviral, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory effects (especially the ones found in cannabis).
Terpenes are the aromatic compounds found in all plants. These compounds are responsible for the uplifting smell of a fresh tangerine or the unmistakable sharpness of pine needles.
Common terpenes are limonene (found in citrus fruits) and linalool (found in lavender). Terpenes have therapeutic effects on the human body. The practice of aromatherapy is based on terpenes.


There are approximately 20 drops in each dropper and 600 drops in each bottle.

1mL dropper | 20 drops | per 1mL
Note: The exact number of drops may vary depending on humidity, evaporation rate, temperature and squeeze.

  • 125mg – 20 drops = 4.16mg per 1mL – 1 drop = .208mg
  • 250mg – 20 drops = 8.33mg per 1mL – 1 drop = .4165mg
  • 500mg – 20 drops = 16.67mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 0.833mg
  • 750mg – 20 drops = 25mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 1.33mg
  • 1000mg – 20 drops = 33.33mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 1.33mg
  • 1500mg – 20 drops = 50mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 2.5mg
  • 2000mg – 20 drops = 66.67mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 3.33mg
  • 2500mg – 20 drops = 83.33mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 4.16mg
  • 3000mg – 20 drops = 100mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 5mg
  • 3500mg – 20 drops = 116.67mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 5.83mg
  • 4000mg – 20 drops = 133.33mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 6.67mg
  • 4500mg – 20 drops = 150mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 7.5mg
  • 5000mg – 20 drops = 166.66mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 8.3mg
  • 6000mg – 20 drops = 200mg per mL – 1 drop = 10mg


Higher mg in the same 30mL size dropper is sometimes meant to trick you. If you read the label closely, other sellers count the mg of hemp oil used in their product to “boost” their strength. We only list the amount of CBD contained. This is why we stress transparency. We are going to break this down for you to understand how companies use trickery when offering products that are 1000mg in a 120mL bottle for example, but contain only 8.3mg of CBD. As you can see by our chart below, a 1000mg bottle should contain 33.33mg or 33mg of CBD. So where are the numbers coming from? Slick companies boast their products by adding regular hemp oil to up the mg’s. What you get out of a 1000mg/120ml bottle is 8.3mg of CBD (250mL) and cheap “filler” hemp seed oil (750mL). Although regular hemp oil is loaded with Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids and is good for you, don’t be confused about what is actually inside.

  • 1000mg – 20 drops = 33.33mg per 1mL – 1 drop = 1.33mg


Everyone is different. What works for you, may not for someone else. Some customers prefer 5 drops, some prefer over 40-50 drops per day. You can drop under the tongue, hold for sixty seconds, and then swallow. You can also follow it with any type of preferred drink (not alcohol).


CBD Infused Full Spectrum Capsules

Hemp Bombs 25mg 60ct (1500mg) for $139.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 80ct (2400mg) for $75

Lazarus Naturals 25mg 40ct (1000mg) for $50
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

CBDISTILLERY 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $60
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Green Roads 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $89.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Highland Pharms 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $69.95
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

MedTerra 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $59.95 (Isolate)
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Real Scientific Hemp Oil [RSHO] 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $84.87
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

PURE Kana 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $83
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Floyds of Leadville 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $55 (Isolate)
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Healthworxcbd 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $49.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

EVRCBD 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $89
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Wisely Hemp 25mg 30ct for pets (750mg) for $55.00
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Plus CBDoil 15mg 60ct (900mg) for $89.95
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 80ct (2400mg) for $75

Charlotte’s Web Extra Strength 18mg 30ct (540mg) for $69.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Bluebird Botanicals 5mg 60ct (300mg) for $24.95
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Elixinol 15mg 60ct (900mg) for $79.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 80ct (2400mg) for $75

Anandahemp 15mg 30ct (450mg) for $64.95
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

TryTheCBD 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $49.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Sagely Naturals 10mg 30ct (300mg) for $49.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Nature’s Script 15mg 30ct (450mg) for $59.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Phytologica 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $89 (Nano)
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

cbdMD 25mg 30ct (1000mg) for $75.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

BotaHemp 30mg 30ct (900mg) for $79.95
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Functional Remedies 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $79.99
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Cheef Botanicals 25mg 30ct (750mg) for $44.95
Cemboxidol™ 30mg 40ct (1200mg) for $38

Full Spectrum CBD Drops/Tinctures

Hemp Bombs Peppermint 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $49.99
Cemboxidol™ Natural (Unflavored) 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $28.00

Lazarus Naturals Chocolate Mint 750mg CBD Oil 15ml for $32.00 (est. $64 for 30ml)
Cemboxidol™ Natural (Unflavored) 750mg CBD Oil 30ml for $41.00

CBDistillery 1000mg CBD Oil 30ml for $60
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

Green Roads 550mg CBD Oil 15ml for $84.99 (est. $169.88 for 30ml)
Cemboxidol™ 750mg CBD Oil 30ml for $41.00

Highland Pharms 1250mg CBD MAX Hemp Oil Drops 30ml for $129.95
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

MedTerra 1000mg CBD Oil 30ml for $79.95
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

RSHO Real Scientific Hemp Oil 1000mg CBD Oil 120ml for $90.30 (250mg per 1oz)
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

PURE Kana 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $54
Cemboxidol™ 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $28.00

Floyds of Leadville 1200mg CBD Oil 30ml for $85.00
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

HealthWorxCBD 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $89.99
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

EVRCBD 500mg CBD Oil 60ml for $66 (250mg per 1oz/30ml)
Cemboxidol™ Natural (Unflavored) 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $28.00

Wisely 900mg High Potency CBD Oil 30ml for $59.99
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

PlusCBD Oil™ 750mg CBD Drops 60ml for $89.95
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

Charlotte’s Web 300mg CBD Drops 30ml for $39.99
Cemboxidol™ 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $28.00

Bluebird Botanicals 1500mg Hemp Classix 6X Drops 30ml for $109.95
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

Elixinol™ Respira Hemp Oil 300mg – Natural Flavor CBD Oil 30ml for $39.99
Cemboxidol™ 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $28.00

Anandahemp Premium Hemp Extract 300mg 30ml for $49.95
Cemboxidol™ 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $28.00

TryTheCBD FS Extract 1500mg 30ml for $89.99
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

Nature’s Script 300mg Peppermint CBD Oil 30ml for $34.95
Cemboxidol™ 300mg CBD Oil 30ml for $28.00

Phytologica 1000mg Hemp Tincture 30ml for $98
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

cbdMD Premium 750mg CBD Oil Tincture Drops 30ml for $59.99
Cemboxidol™ 750mg CBD Oil 30ml for $41.00

BotaHemp 500mg CBD Tincture 30ml for $59.95
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00

Functional Remedies 500mg Hemp Tincture 30ml for $49.99
Cemboxidol™ 750mg CBD Oil 30ml for $41.00

Cheef Botanicals 1200mg Hemp CBD Oil Drops 30ml for $66.95
Cemboxidol™ 1500mg CBD Oil 30ml for $52.00


901 CBD – stop in and see Tony.

We are seeking additional retailers of our products. Email for inquiries.


The process which we extract the oil from the Hemp is what sets us a part from all other oils. We use a slow, cool, kind process that does not damage the cannabinoids VS a high heat process which damages the cannabinoids. Our suppliers have accomplished this from years of research and development.


The 250mg CBD oil bottle is good for daily maintenance. The 1000mg CBD oil is good for chronic conditions. You can double your dose to 2000mg CBD oil for serious ailments and immediate pain relief. We also offer high dose CBD oils: 3500mg & 5000mg.


No, all of our products are non-psychoactive.

We cannot administer medical advice. But, we can report that many toddlers are taking these products daily for many of the same medical conditions that pets, teens and adults are using it for. Customer feedback has been given that pets who take these products daily have no ill effects.


Our full-spectrum CBD oil contains high concentrations of CBD and also other beneficial cannabinoids such as CBC, CBG, CBDA, and CBDV. These beneficial cannabinoids are not psychoactive and are being studied scientifically for a wide variety of health benefits. Cannabinoids work synergistically together with what is known as the entourage effect. Our full spectrum products contain less than 0.3% THC.


All of our products have the batch number and expiration date attached to the bottom of the container. If stored properly, an opened bottle will maintain its freshness for 12 months. Unopened bottles have a 2 year expiry. Refrigerate after opening. Shake well before each use.


The USDA has made the statement that they will not certify any hemp products grown in the United States at this time. We ensure that our CBD oil is 100% organic. Our CBD oil is lab-tested as soon as it is extracted by a third party lab, to ensure an accurate amount of CBD. In addition, we test for over 200 pesticides, herbicides, mold, fungi, heavy metals, and mycotoxins. We use cutting-edge testing and world-class equipment to ensure that our products are safe and healthy.

Our CBD oil is extracted from organic hemp plants cultivated on licensed farms in Colorado, Oregon, and North Carolina.

Large batches of our hemp plants are gathered and tested to ensure they contain no biological contaminants before leaving the farm. Once dried, machinery pulls the flowers and leaves off of the stocks. Those flowers and leaves are placed in multiple vessels and chambers, using carbon dioxide (CO2) to extract the CBD and other natural occurring cannabinoids. The chilled CO2 extraction is the safest and cleanest way to push CBD oil from plant material. Once the product is filtered several times and all plant material is filtered out, the batches are further tested to make sure there are no heavy metals, residual solvents, pesticides, or microbial contamination. Only at this time our products are ready for bottling and packaging.


Our extracts contain 100% pure organic Co2 extracted CBD PCR (Phyto-Cannabinoid Rich) Hemp Oil. There are no other additives, preservatives or emulsifiers. Our tinctures are unflavored unless listed otherwise. Any flavorings will be natural food grade oils.

We would never sacrifice quality by providing a synthetic CBD. We use a whole plant extract (aerial parts) that are rich in cannabinoids, terpenes, and other beneficial oils. The Hadassah Medical School at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem sought to compare the effectiveness of a completely purified CBD extract versus a full-spectrum extract of cannabis flowers containing large quantities of CBD. The conclusion of the study was that the whole plant extract, which contained a large percentage of CBD but also contained traces of the other cannabinoids, proved far more effective than CBD-only solutions in alleviating inflammation and pain sensation.

How do you extract the CBD and other cannabinoids from raw plant material?

While 90% of all extracts are made with Butane (fossil fuel/high pressure), or Propane (fossil fuel/high pressure), our manufacturers use Supercritical C02 to preserve the trichomes, cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids for the most natural and delicious tincture on the market. CO2 extraction leaves behind no toxins, heavy metals, or chemicals to degrade the product in any way. CO2 is safe to use in food products and commonly found in carbonated beverages, and our bodies even produce CO2 when we breathe.



As a matter of fact we do. Customers that leave us a review, are eligible to receive a small thank you pack of capsules or softgels on their next order (usually 5 caps / gels up to a $10 value) pending product sample availability at the time the order is placed. Additionally, we treat loyal returning customers to better savings.


You may return new, unused, and unopened products within 30 days of delivery for a full refund, however, all we ask is for you to pay shipping for these returns. If the return is a result of our error, such as if you receive an incorrect or defective product, you will receive a full refund for the item including shipping costs (if applicable).

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We ship anywhere in the continental USA for FREE!
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We would like to thank the online community, scientists, researchers, and anyone else involved for providing this detailed research. The information above, unless specifically mentioned as “we”, “our”, “our own”, or “Freshen Naturals LLC.” is not our own complete study.


Health practitioners who use cannabis medicines in their practice agree that the Entourage Effect is real. People seem to respond better to products which contain multiple cannabinoids as opposed to single cannabinoids in isolation. This finding is in line with how cannabinoids are found in nature as opposed to being produced synthetically in a lab. This is why you should aim for a “full plant extract” or “whole plant extract” when you are shopping for CBD hemp oil products. This is because full plant extracts contain, in addition to CBD, beneficial terpenes, fatty acids, enzymes, and other phytocannabinoids naturally found in cannabis plants.

A CBD product made with isolated CBD will not contain these other beneficial factors. It will only contain pure, isolated CBD. That’s why it’s recommended to seek out full plant extracts. So you can get all the other good stuff found naturally in cannabis, in addition to the CBD. Keep in mind that pure, isolated CBD has its own useful application as well. Isolated CBD is usually sold as pure CBD isolate. If you decide you want to see how pure CBD isolate will affect you, then you should definitely seek out an isolated CBD product.

The best advice we can give you is that generally, full plant extracts are the way to go when you are looking for a high quality CBD hemp oil. Full plant extracts will give you tons of other beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and fatty acids naturally found in cannabis. These components will all act synergistically together and produce the Entourage Effect for you. But if you think you may respond better to an isolated product, by all means give CBD isolate a try. Some people really like CBD isolate while others like to use both full plant extracts and isolates at the same time.

You can’t go wrong with a full plant extract CBD hemp oil.


There is a plethora of research and stories in the news about how CBD can benefit health, illness, and lifestyle. CBD remains a product often shrouded in mystery and misconceptions. This confusion can be somewhat attributed to the fact that CBD can be harvested from the hemp or cannabis plant.

CBD or cannabidiol, is one of more than 60 compounds found in these plants. It acts on the body’s endocannabinoid system, creating physical changes in the body, which can be beneficial in many ways. In recent times, it has become increasingly understood that taking CBD oil, a product made from CBD, can have a positive influence on many aspects of life and health.

Let’s start by looking at THC. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the compound found in cannabis with psychotropic properties. Medical marijuana companies breed their plants to have the highest concentrations of this compound. It is associated with the feeling of being high that marijuana smokers experience. Effects include feelings of euphoria, pain relief and sometimes increased anxiety and paranoia.

On the other hand, CBD can be associated with many of the opposing effects of THC. CBD has been linked with the ability to reduce nausea and anxiety, anti-inflammatory and anti-psychotic properties, and even tumour fighting properties and the ability to lower levels of depression.

Research has shown that CBD can be used as an anti-anxiety remedy. And support is gathering for CBD’s role as an alternative remedy for illnesses such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, depression and much more.

THC works on the endocannabinoid system in a different way from CBD, so although it is a similar compound, it does not have these benefits. However, research has shown that THC can have a positive influence over pain relief, PTSD, poor appetite and more.

The two plants look physically different. This is due to the different reasons that both of them are grown. Cannabis, grown for its flowering buds for reasons of smoking or THC extraction, are generally short and wide. Hemp, on the other hand, is tall and narrow as it is not grown for its buds. Hemp is low in THC and is often grown for a variety of purposes including the manufacture of materials.

As mentioned above, cannabis and hemp differ in the levels of naturally occurring THC that they contain. THC is a cannabinoid like CBD. However, its properties are very different and often antagonistic to the effects of CBD. Hemp is naturally high in CBD and low in THC; the reverse is true of cannabis. In fact, hemp contains only about 0.3% – 1.5% THC, while cannabis contains about 5% – 10% or more THC.

This means that the levels of THC and CBD are different in the CBD oil produced from the two plants. But what does this mean for those taking CBD oil? First, we need to look at the differences between CBD and THC and why you might want a product with more of one or the other.

So, as discussed, the main difference when thinking of CBD hemp oil vs cannabis CBD are the differences in levels of CBD and THC the oil contains. Hemp Oil has high levels of CBD and negligible levels of THC and vice versa for cannabis.

CBD has positive implications in a vast number of illnesses and has been shown to boost general health, hair and skin. Research isn’t conclusive here, although it is strong, and in the coming years, we are expecting to see more and more evidence. THC, on the other hand, can benefit other disorders but comes with drawbacks, such as the feelings of being high and possible induction of feelings of anxiety and paranoia and more.

Further to this, CBD is legal whereas THC is not. To use medical marijuana, it has to be legal in the state that you live in plus you need a doctor to prescribe it. Hemp CBD is much more accessible and can be bought from many outlets.

Hemp CBD has also been shown to be safe to use by all, children, pregnant or nursing women, and those who cannot take pharmaceutical medicines who may want to use it as an alternative remedy.


Hemp CBD Oil has many potential benefits for numerous diseases and ailments. Freshen Naturals LLC., neither sells nor distributes any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act (US.CSA).

Due to federal regulations, we cannot make claims about whether or not natural CBD hemp oil can help with specific ailments. We do however urge everyone to research the widely available information online. You can easily find many resources about CBD hemp oil and its possible benefits.

The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.

Our Full Spectrum products contain less than 0.3% THC, which is the legal limit for Hemp products. There have been rare cases where someone did. Every individual is different: weight, metabolism, and dosage are all factors. THC Free products are marketed as such for one reason: the THC is “non-detectable” or falls below the detectable allowable amount.

What about CBD studies?

Among common benefits, natural pain relief tops the list for many. Evidence suggests that cannabinoids may prove useful in pain modulation by inhibiting neuronal transmission in pain pathways. A 2012 study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine found that significantly suppressed chronic inflammatory and neuropathic pain in rodents without causing analgesic tolerance. Researchers suggest that Hemp and other nonpsychoactive components of marijuana may represent a novel class of therapeutic agents for the treatment of chronic pain. (4)

According to a 2007 meta-analysis conducted in Canada, the combination of Hemp CBD oil buccal spray was found to be effective in treating neuropathic pain in multiple sclerosis, which can be debilitating for 50 to 70 percent of MS patients. (5)

Research shows that Hemp benefits include producing antipsychotic effects. It appears to have a pharmacological profile similar to that of atypical antipsychotic drugs as seen using behavioral and neurochemical techniques in animal studies. Additionally, studies show that Hemp prevents human experimental psychosis and is effective in open case reports and clinical trials in patients with schizophrenia, with a remarkable safety profile. (6)

Studies using healthy volunteers clearly suggest an anxiolytic-like effect of Hemp. Cannabidiol has shown to reduce anxiety in patients with social anxiety disorder and researchers suggest that it may also be effective for panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. (7)

A single CBD dose of 400mg reduced anxiety in a brain imaging study of 10 people with seasonal affective disorder (DB-S). CBD reduced blood flow to parts of the limbic system that are often overactive in anxiety. It increased blood flow to another region important for cognition and motivation (the posterior cingulate cortex).

In a study of 10 healthy volunteers (DB-CT), 300mg of CBD reduced anxiety after a stressful task (public speaking) [R]. In 24 patients with social anxiety (DB-RCT), 600 mg of CBD given before public speaking reduced anxiety and discomfort while improving cognition.

In 8 volunteers, CBD prevented anxiety from THC use (DB-CT).

With more studies, the benefits of CBD could be expanded to people with various types of anxiety (including panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder).

A 2011 study aimed to compare the effects of a simulation public speaking test on healthy control patients and treatment-native patients with social anxiety disorder. A total of 24 never-treated patients with social anxiety disorder were given either Hemp or placebo 1.5 hours before the test. Researchers found that pretreatment with Hemp significantly reduced anxiety, cognitive impairment and discomfort in their speech performance, and significantly decreased alertness in anticipation of their speech. The placebo group presented higher anxiety, cognitive impairment and discomfort. (8)

Several scientific reports demonstrate that Hemp benefits include possessing antiproliferative, pro-apoptotic effects that inhibit cancer cell migration, adhesion and invasion. (9) A 2006 study published in the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics found for the first time that Hemp potently and selectively inhibited the growth of different breast tumor cell lines and exhibited significantly less potency in non-cancer cells. (10)

In 2011, researchers added light on the cellular mechanism through which Hemp induces cell death in breast cancer cells. They showed that Hemp induced a concentration-dependent cell death of both oestrogen receptor-positive and oestrogen receptor-negative breast cancer cells. They also found that the effective concentrations of Hemp in tumor cells have little effect on non-tumorigenic, mammary cells. (11)

Hemp behaves as a non-toxic compound and studies show that doses of 700 milligrams per day for 6 weeks did not show any overt toxicity in humans, suggesting that it can be used for prolonged treatment. Not only does the research show that Hemp benefits including being effective in fighting breast cancer cells, data also suggests that it can be used to inhibit the invasion of lung and colon cancer, plus it possesses anti-tumor properties in gliomas and has been used to treat leukemia. (12)

CBD and other chemicals from cannabis show promising cancer-fighting properties. Although THC has similar cancer-fighting effects, its use in high doses causes too many psychoactive side effects.

In fact, cannabinoids similar to THC were first used to reduce nausea, pain, and improve appetite in cancer patients. Some synthetic cannabinoids are still used for this indication. But only recently did researchers uncover more about natural cannabinoids like CBD and their ability to combat various types of cancers.

Overall, CBD is safe, non-psychoactive, and has strong anti-tumor effects. It could be used to improve the efficacy of standard treatments, or potentially even as an anti-cancer substance on its own.

CBD prevented cancer cell growth and killed cervical cancer, leukemia, lung, thyroid, and colon cancer in cells.

It also decreased human brain cancer (glioma) cell growth and invasion, which offers hope for combating this hard-to-treat and deadly type of cancer.

CBD holds promise for fighting breast and prostate cancer, since it directly reduces tumors, alleviates pain, and can improve the effectiveness of conventional drugs.

Although these studies are exciting, most of the research so far is limited to cells. It’s unknown if taking CBD will help combat cancer in humans.
Anticancer Mechanisms:

  • CBD decreases energy production in cancers, triggering their death
  • CBD makes cancer cells more sensitive to tumor-killing white blood cells (lymphokine-activated killer cells)
  • It makes cancer cells kill themselves (apoptosis), stopping both cancer growth and spreading
  • CBD may act on new non-cannabinoid cancer pathways
  • It also blocks a newly discovered cannabinoid cancer pathway

Hemp has been used for centuries for the suppression of nausea and vomiting. Research has revealed that among more than 80 cannabinoid compounds found in marijuana, both the intoxicant THC and the non-intoxicant Hemp helps to get rid of nausea and vomiting in animal studies. A 2012 study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology found that Hemp benefits including possessing anti-nausea and antiemetic effects when it was administered to rats. (13) Researchers found that Hemp acts in a diphasic manner, meaning that in low doses it suppresses toxin-induced vomiting, but in high doses it increases nausea or has no effect.

THC is an approved drug used to treat nausea and vomiting (dronabinol) in humans, but the clinical evidence for CBD is limited. CBD did reduce nausea and vomiting in rat studies.
Typical CBD doses decreased nausea and vomiting produced from toxic drugs in animal studies. But given to the animals in very high doses, CBD could increase nausea or lose its effects.
For cancer patients, a balanced THC/CBD combination may be the best option for increasing appetite and reducing nausea. The “high” of THC is usually too strong, and CBD can help reduce these psychotropic effects but doesn’t reduce the appetite stimulation.
CBD oil helped me greatly reduce my food sensitivities. If you struggle with food sensitivities, I’d recommend experimenting with CBD oil as well as the Lectin Avoidance Diet, a diet specifically designed to help you pinpoint the exact foods that give you a reaction so you can start eating worry free.

A 2014 survey conducted by researchers at Stanford University was presented to parents belonging to a Facebook group dedicated to sharing information about the use of cannabidiol-enriched cannabis to treat their child’s seizures. Nineteen responses met the inclusion criteria for the study: a diagnosis of epilepsy and current use of Hemp-enriched cannabis. The average number of anti-epileptic drugs tried before using Hemp was 12. Sixteen (84 percent) of the 19 parents reported a reduction in their child’s seizure frequency while taking Hemp CBD oil. Of these, two (11 percent) reported complete seizure freedom, eight (42 percent) reported a greater than 80 percent reduction in seizure frequency, and six (32 percent) reported a 25–60 percent seizure reduction. Other beneficial effects included increased alertness, better mood and improved sleep; while side effects included drowsiness and fatigue. (14)

Later in 2014, researchers reported on preliminary results of a study involving children with treatment-resistant epilepsies in an expanded access “compassionate use program.” Preliminary results support the animal studies and survey reports that Hemp may be a promising treatment for treatment-resistant epilepsy and it is generally well-tolerated in doses up to 25 milligrams per kilogram of body weight. (15)

A 2006 study found that Hemp treatment significantly reduced the incidence of diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice from an incidence of 86 percent in non-treated mice to an incidence of 30 percent in Hemp-treated mice. Hemp benefits also showed a significant reduction of plasma levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines. A histological examination of the pancreatic islets of the Hemp-treated mice revealed significantly reduced insulitis. (16)

In 2013, the American Journal of Medicine published a study that highlighted the impact of marijuana use on glucose, insulin and insulin resistance among U.S. adults. The study included 4,657 adult men and women from the National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey from 2005 to 2010. Of the participants, 579 were current marijuana users and 1,975 were past users. The researchers found that current marijuana use was associated with 16 percent lower fasting insulin levels. They also found significant associations between marijuana use and smaller waist circumferences, a factor connected to the onset of diabetes symptoms. (17)

Although marijuana use is known to increase appetite and calorie intake, it has been linked to lower BMI, less obesity, and reduced chance of diabetes.

In one study (observational) of 4,657 adult men and women, past and current marijuana users had lower fasting glucose and insulin levels (by 16%), lower waist circumference and BMI, lower insulin resistance (by 18%), and higher HDL. Since all these factors are connected to the onset of diabetes, marijuana seems to offer protection.

Cannabidiol prevented diabetes in young diabetes-prone mice. Only 30% of the CBD-treated mice got diabetes, compared to 86% in non-treated mice.

Cannabidiol could prevent and delay the destruction of insulin-producing cells in the pancreas in a mouse study. It could also reduce inflammatory cytokines in these diabetic mice, shifting the immune response from Th1 (autoimmune) to Th2. This would be especially important for type I diabetes, which has a strong autoimmune basis.

CBD is known to be safe in humans. But it may be used to prevent both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, especially at the early disease stages, if more clinical studies confirm these findings.

So far, some animal and cellular studies suggest that CBD could protect the heart by relaxing blood vessels, reducing inflammation, and combating oxidative stress. CBD relaxed the arteries and protected blood vessels from damage in animal models of heart disease. CBD reduced damage to the heart and brain from clogged blood vessels and helped reduce irregular heart rhythms in various animal models. This way, it protects from heart attacks and stroke. It could also lower the heart rate and blood pressure in response to anxiety or stressful situations in rats. CBD can influence different blood cells. In platelets, it reduced the clumping that can contribute to the clogging of blood vessels. In white blood cells, it reduces inflammatory processes. Both add to its heart-protective effects. However, more studies would need to show if CBD can prevent heart disease in humans.

A 2013 study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology reports that Hemp protects against the vascular damage caused by a high glucose environment, inflammation or the induction of type 2 diabetes in animal models; plus, Hemp proved to reduce the vascular hyperpermeability (which causes leaky gut) associated with such environments. (18)

CBD is a very promising remedy for a variety of inflammatory and pain-associated conditions. It acts on the body’s cannabinoid system to reduce inflammation, balance the immune system, and protect from oxidative stress.

Our immune system has sensors for the cannabinoids our own body produces, as well as for those we take in. This internal cannabinoid system can become unbalanced in autoimmune disease and inflammation, which was something scientists had no clue a couple decades ago.

CBD acts on the immune cells to trigger a host of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant reactions:

  • CBD Can Blunt Th1 and Th2 Dominance
  • CBD reduced both Th1 (IL-6 and TNF-alpha) and Th2 (IL-4, IL-5, IL-13) responses in rats with asthma
  • CBD reduced inflammation and pain in mice

It also decreased the production of inflammatory substances in immune cells (Th1: TNF-alpha, IFN-gamma, and IL-6; Th2: IL-4 and IL-8)

  • CBD Helps with Th17 Dominance
  • CBD can help suppress Th17 dominance, which means that it can help with some Th17-dominant autoimmune diseases
  • CBD also switches neutrophils to their anti-inflammatory state, along with reducing other inflammatory immune products (Macrophage Inflammatory Protein-1)

CBD protects brain cells. It countered the effects of toxic substances and oxidative stress in brain cells, which would be important for recovering from stroke or other forms of brain damage.

In a small study (open-label) of 5 patients with movement disorders, CBD reduced uncontrollable muscle twitching, higher doses having a stronger effect. The patients received 100 to 600 mg of CBD per day over a 6-week period. 2 of the included patients with Parkinson’s disease did not do well with doses over 300 mg per day, however.

A combination of CBD and THC consistently relieved muscle spasms in patients with multiple sclerosis in one study of 219 participants.

However, CBD combined with THC did not improve symptoms in a study of 17 patients (DB-RCT) with Parkinson’s disease.

CBD protected from brain damage in animals (reducing beta-amyloid toxicity), which could potentially help in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. It was able to reverse poor cognitive function in animals with Alzheimer’s disease.

CBD also protected the brain from the effects of stroke and reduced blood flow in animals.

CBD is a stronger antioxidant than vitamin C (ascorbic acid) or vitamin E (α-tocopherol) in cells.

Due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, CBD holds promise for helping those with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and possibly prolonging their life.

Overall, it seems that CBD may protect the brain from damage and inflammation, but does not beneficially affect all movement problems that are a result of brain damage.

Cannabinoids may relieve symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS). In a study (open-label) of 66 patients with MS and chronic pain, a combination of CBD and THC reduced pain over 2 years. The patients determined the dosage by themselves, taking as much as they felt was needed to alleviate the pain.

A combination of CBD and THC helped with muscle tightness, pain, sleep disturbances, and bladder control in 189 people with multiple sclerosis over 6 weeks (DB-RCT). The CBD/THC combination was tolerated well.

In another study of 50 MS patients, a CBD/THC combination somewhat reduced muscle tightness and helped with sleep. Lower doses had a weaker effect, so some patients with MS may need higher doses to get relief.

Unlike its cousin THC, CBD may be beneficial for preventing psychosis and reducing symptoms in schizophrenia.

While the psychoactive THC in cannabis seems to trigger psychotic episodes, especially in those with schizophrenia, CBD has opposite, antipsychotic effects. More and more studies are pointing to CBD as a natural alternative to antipsychotic drugs, but with far fewer side effects [R].

People who experience psychosis may produce too much or even too little cannabinoids (from overactive dopamine receptors). CBD is milder than our internal cannabinoids and helps to re-establish a balance of cannabinoids in the brain. CBD also helps lower inflammation, which is often increased in schizophrenia. THC, on the other hand, is stronger than our internal cannabinoids (anandamide and 2-AG), this way potentially triggering psychosis.

In 42 patients with acute schizophrenia (DB-RCT), CBD (up to 800 mg daily) improved all symptoms after 4 weeks. It worked as well as a strong antipsychotic (amisulpride) but was much better tolerated. Interestingly, CBD also reduced the breakdown of anandamide (by blocking FAAH), which was linked to the beneficial effects.

Many animal studies also support the antipsychotic benefits of CBD.

It seems the cannabinoid system is not that straightforward, and we have yet to understand much about it. In the meantime, the evidence for CBD helping hard-to-treat schizophrenia symptoms is promising.

CBD may help reduce seizures in people with epilepsy who do not respond to other drugs ( treatment-resistant epilepsy).

In a 3-month study (observational) of 23 children and young adults (3-26 years of age) with treatment-resistant epilepsy, a purified 98% oil-based CBD extract reduced seizures by half in 39% of the participants. The maximum used dose was 25 mg/kg/day, which would be 1750 mg per day for a person weighing 155 lbs.

CBD also reduced seizures in another trial of 214 children and adults with epilepsy (open-label). CBD was safe even at the maximum dose, which was double of the previous study (50 mg/kg/day).

In one survey, parents of children who suffer from treatment-resistant epilepsy and use CBD were asked about the benefits. 19 parents were included, 84% of which said that CBD reduced the frequency of seizures. Two parents said that CBD completely resolved seizures. Parents also reported improved alertness, sleep, and mood. Some side effects were drowsiness and fatigue.

In 15 patients with epilepsy who didn’t respond to drugs, 200-300 mg of cannabidiol per day over 4.5 months reduced seizures. 7 out of 8 patients who took CBD improved (while only 1 patient in the placebo group did).

Many studies suggest that cannabinoids could be a potent new class of “painkillers” for helping millions of people with chronic pain.

We have receptors for cannabinoids in the whole body, but the first type — CB1 — are very dense in the pain pathways of the brain, spine, and nerves. The second type — CB2 — is more important for the immune system but is also involved in inflammation. By gently acting on both pathways, our internal cannabinoids and CBD can balance both pain and inflammation.

In a large analysis (SR of 18 RCTs and 766 participants), cannabinoids strongly and safely reduced various types of chronic pain (neuropathic, arthritis, fibromyalgia, HIV and multiple sclerosis pain). In another (SR-MA) of almost 2000 participants, the benefits of using cannabis-based medicines to combat pain outweighed any risks.

A CBD/THC combination reduced pain in several studies of patients with MS and chronic pain (open-label and DB-RCT, 66 and 189 participants). It was tolerated well and used regularly for up to 2 years.

Cannabidiol/THC combinations show promising results for postoperative pain, chronic pain, cancer pain, rheumatoid arthritis, and neuropathic pain.

CBD offers benefits compared to synthetic cannabinoids, and even THC, because it’s not psychoactive. Many people want to avoid the “high”, paranoia, and drowsiness that THC can cause.

Although both CBD and opioids relieve pain, CBD did not act on opioid pathways in mice [R]. CBD decreased both chronic inflammation and neuropathic pain in rodents.

And importantly, neither CBD not THC seem to cause tolerance long-term (after 2 years), unlike opioids and most other painkillers.

Since cannabinoids like CBD don’t mix well with water, they have to be formulated as oils. However, the amount of CBD that’s absorbed from the gut can vary, and large amounts can remain unabsorbed. New products like CBD/cannabinoid patches, nose sprays, and lozenges are being developed for better absorption.

As natural anti-inflammatories and antioxidants, cannabinoids may provide relief of joint pain and swelling. They could also help decrease joint destruction and disease worsening in inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis.

A CBD/THC combination (Sativex) reduced arthritis symptoms (including pain) in the first study of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (DB-RCT, 58 participants). Over 5 weeks, this combination reduced pain on movement and at rest, improved sleep quality, and inflammation with no serious adverse effects.

CBD protected the joints from damage, reduced inflammation, and improved symptoms in mice with arthritis.

According to researchers, CBD has antidepressant effects in mice. These depression-reducing effects of CBD in mice were fast, maintained over time, and as strong as a standard antidepressant (a common tricyclic medication imipramine, also known as Tofranil).

So far, several animal and cellular studies point to CBD as beneficial for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). This is not surprising, having in mind its proven anti-inflammatory effects that can be extended to the gut. Human studies have yet to confirm these benefits, though. CBD prevented gut inflammation in animals with IBD. The combination of CBD and THC reduced inflammation and IBD-causing symptoms in tissue models of IBD. It may help with as abdominal pain, diarrhea, and reduced appetite. CBD normalized gut motility and inflammation in mice with IBD. In cells, CBD could reduce gut inflammation by acting on an important inflammation-reducing and metabolic pathway (PPAR-gamma).

CBD showed some microbe-killing activity against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), which often causes tricky, difficult-to-treat, hospital infections.

Although much less known, our bones also have little-researched receptors for cannabinoids. CBD could enhance the healing of broken limbs in mice. Both CBD and THC were tested, but only CBD activated genetic pathways that also increase collagen structure.

Dyskinesia is a type of movement disorder and causes involuntary movements. These movements can become so severe that it makes daily life difficult. It’s most common as a side effect of Parkinson’s disease or schizophrenia therapy. Sometimes the mood disorder is not connected to any other disease.

  • CBD did not improve movement disorders.
  • CBD did reduce the symptoms of dyskinesia in mice.


  • CBD reduces the production of inflammatory markers.
  • CBD decreased enzymes that contribute to dyskinesia.

CBD (together with a TRPV-1 antagonist) reduced dyskinesia via the cannabinoid system (CB1) and inflammation pathways (activating PPAR gamma, reducing COX-2 and NF-kB)

Research suggests taking CBD before bed improves sleep in people with insomnia. It helped a 10-year-old girl struggling with insomnia, anxiety and PTSD. It could help with sleep due to its relaxing, anxiety-reducing effects. It actually appears to have benefits over THC, which can worsen sleep quality long-term. In fact, cannabis users with insomnia prefer strains much higher in CBD as a sleep aid and are less likely to become dependent (according to a survey of 163 adults purchasing medical cannabis).

In those suffering from chronic pain, cannabis use, in general, reduces the use of opioid painkillers. There is a lack of effective and safe treatments for the growing number of people suffering from opioid use disorder. CBD is a promising, safe alternative. CBD reduced addictive behavior in a rat study. It could interfere with the brain’s reward system in response to the opioids morphine and heroin.

Research suggests that inhaling CBD may help reduce or quit smoking. In a pilot study of 24 smokers (DB-RCT), cannabidiol reduced the number of cigarettes smoked by about 40%, without increasing cravings for nicotine.

CBD decreases the production of oils (sebum) by the skin’s oil-producing glands and reduced the number of these glands in a study on human skin (tissue study). It also had anti-inflammatory effects, all of which would be very beneficial for acne. CBD reduces excessive division of skin cells (keratinocytes), which could be beneficial for psoriasis.


  • CBD activates the serotonin system (activating 5HT1A receptors, and to a lesser extent, 5HT2A receptors).
  • CBD reduces nausea and vomiting, depression, appetite, anxiety, sleep and addictions via activating 5HT1A receptors.
  • CBD protects the brain from lack of oxygen, at least in part, via 5HT1A receptors.
  • CBD plays a role in the perception of pain and inflammation by activating the TRPV-1 receptor.
  • CBD has the ability to increase anandamide (activates cannabinoid receptors) by blocking the FAAH enzyme, which helps for anxiety and depression Balancing intracellular calcium and brain cell activity, CBD can reduce seizures.


  • CBD is generally well tolerated, and safe at high doses, and with chronic use in humans.
  • CBD decreased the activity of T and B cells, which may increase the risk of infections and worsen HIV, tumor growth, metastases, and asthma.
  • The oil may decrease the activity of liver enzymes called cytochrome P450, responsible for metabolizing more than 60% of prescribed drugs.
  • CBD may also cause mild low blood pressure, dry mouth, lightheadedness, and sedation.

When CBD is combined with THC, it can interfere with reward learning and motivation.
At very high doses, CBD may actually cause anxiety (via activation of TRPV1 receptors).
Many of our clients work in the public service field. With the constant stress of: loss of sleep, poor diet, and constantly on the go without being able to take a break, their bodies suffer.

  • Since taking CBD regularly, they have been able to introduce many foods back into their diet without any inflammatory symptoms.

CBD dosage can vary anywhere from 100 mg up to even 3 g per day, depending on the health issue being targeted.

  • For protecting the brain (such as in Alzheimer’s) and reducing inflammation and muscle twitching (MS), doses of 100 to 600 mg of CBD were used in clinical studies. In some studies, patients took as much CBD oil as they needed to feel pain or muscle spasm relief.
  • Doses up to 800mg CBD daily were used for psychosis and schizophrenia.
  • The highest CBD doses used in studies were up to 3.5 g of CBD oil daily for very severe drug-resistant seizures in children and young adults with epilepsy.300mg per day was enough to reduce anxiety in clinical studies.
  • MCBD LLC., recommends taking 150 mg of CBD oil 2X a day for anxiety and inflammation relief.
  • Overall, at higher doses (somewhere over 400mg), CBD becomes less effective for anxiety but better for pain relief. At higher doses, CBD activates TRPV1, which can cause anxiety and increased body temperature, while also decreasing pain.


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