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In our webshop you will find various CBD products from the well-known quality brand Jacob Hooy, including these CBD capsules.

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Jacob Hooy CBD capsules

Jacob Hooy CBD capsules are easy to use and have no aftertaste, so an excellent alternative if you don’t like Jacob Hooy’s CBD drops.

Other CBD products from Jacob Hooy

The Dutchman Jacob Hooy opened a shop selling herbs and spices in the Lange Leidsedwarsstraat in Amsterdam in 1743. He was only 21 years old at the time. Two years later he moved his shop to the Kloverniersburgwal in Amsterdam. Jacob Hooy’s shop can still be found at this address, although the company now mainly earns its money by selling to wholesalers and retailers.

Gastric acid resistant capsules cbd

Where human studies do exist, they’re small-scale, so further research is needed to generalise the findings. However, preliminary animal studies and test-tube studies suggest the benefits of CBD oil may span (deep inhale) insomnia, acne, liver disease, irritable bowel syndrome, obsessive compulsive disorder, osteoporosis, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), stroke, heart disease, depression, addiction, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and arthritis, as well as symptoms related to cancer and side effects related to cancer treatment.

It’s weed, but not as you know it. You might already know that the cannabis plant contains more than 100 different naturally occurring compounds, known as cannabinoids. Hemp is a term used to classify varieties of cannabis that contain 0.3 per cent or less of THC – the psychoactive cannabinoid that makes you high – while marijuana refers to strains that contain more than 0.3 per cent.

Marketed as a miracle remedy, manufacturers contend that CBD oil provides relief from everything from chronic pain to depression and anxiety, but are those claims accurate? MH takes a closer look at the cannabis based phenomenon.

What Are the Benefits of CBD Oil?

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a botanical extract from hemp plants (rather than marijuana plants) which means you won’t get high using CBD products. But it also means that you don’t have to meet a dodgy bloke in a dark-windowed Vauxhall Corsa to acquire them. After it has been extracted from the plant, CBD is diluted with a ‘carrier’ oil, often coconut or hemp seed oil. Et voila.

Some research indicates that using CBD oil can trigger side effects like nausea, fatigue, irritability, dizziness, dry mouth, and changes in appetite. It may also interact with certain medications, for example blood thinners, or interfere with the way your body breaks them down in much the same way grapefruit juice does.

Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD oil, is one of the fastest growing industries in the UK. No longer relegated to dropper bottles and capsules, you can slather the stuff on your hair in shampoo, chew it in vitamin gummies, and drink it in water, wine, or cold-brew coffee. You can even buy CBD-laced treats for your dog.

What Is CBD Oil?

Without getting too hung up on the science, research indicates that CBD interacts with endocannabinoids, the chemical messengers of the ESC, to have a protective, anti-inflammatory effect on your noggin.

The most promising health benefits, however, lie in the management of anxiety; timely, given the fraught state of modern mental health. But there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence – in one survey, almost one in 10 users reported that their chronic pain, inflammation and anxiety had been completely cured by CBD, says Jon Liebling of the United Patients Alliance. And while claims that it can cure diseases require further evidence – your GP isn’t about to start prescribing it, put it that way – there’s no medical reason not to dabble while the research catches up.