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linalool cbd

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Ingredients: Organic MCT (coconut) oil, hemp extract, linalool, myrcene

This product is one of our favorites. Sometimes you just need to relax and rest. Each bottle contains premium hemp derived CBD extract from plants that we grew here in West Kentucky. The extract is blended with linalool and myrcene terpenes, which are naturally occuring in hemp and can help with anxiety, relaxation, and getting sound sleep.

If you are new to hemp oil, use one half dropper of oil (.5ml) under the tongue in the evening. Hold the oil in your mouth for 30 seconds and swallow with water. You may increase your serving once you are comfortable doing so.

Our products are tested to the highest levels of purity and we provide third party lab results for every product in every batch. The current batch’s test results can be found at: https://www.verifycbd.com/report/4255za1f9

This product is THC-free, n on-GMO, and food grade and is grown and c rafted by Resonate Foods in Kentucky in compliance with the Farm Bill. Free shipping within the U.S.

This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.

Linalool cbd

It is now believed that terpenes directly affect brain processing by modulating the behavior of the brain cells.

An overview of cannabis terpenes

The strain Do-Si-Dos contains a higher-than-average amount of linalool, but it’s still only the third most abundant terpene in its profile on average. It appears as the color purple in Leafly strain flowers, like Do-Si-Dos’ above.

Cannabis strains containing linalool

Why would so many different plants produce linalool? Its anti-microbial properties are protective for the plant and represent a potential therapeutic use in people. Whether it was used as an early antibiotic is unknown, but linalool (often in the form of lavender or peanut stems and leaves) has been used in traditional medicine practices for its sedative and anti-epileptic properties.

Terpenes also play an active role in the body, especially when ingested. While studies do show that terpenes don’t actively work with the ECS by attaching to receptors (although many studies have shown that B-caryophyllene might be responsible for engaging with CB2 receptors- which, may improve the function of our immune system and digestion), many do increase the affinity and activity of anandamide- essentially helping CBD do its job.

The Individual Benefit of Terpenes

Here at VAAY, we love terpenes- not only because these fragrant and flavoured molecules may have the power to relax, heal, and benefit the body and mind, but because, without terpenes, CBD wouldn’t be as important as it is today. That’s right: terpenes are versatile, aromatic, and, most importantly, the perfect little assistants to potentially promote CBD’s effects.

Terpenes and CBD: A Synergistic Relationship

The presence of terpenes within a CBD-rich product enhances the potency of CBD- this is because terpenes help to promote the ‘entourage effect’. In particular, studies tend to look at how terpenes help to accentuate the effects of CBD- in part, because terpenes are so abundant- which makes them so much easier to infuse into a CBD product; to better enhance the effects of CBD and promote the power of the ‘entourage effect’ to a higher degree. This is because, the more cannabinoids in a CBD product, the more potent the ‘entourage effect’. Many suspect that this is down to the ‘entourage effect’ mimicking the original hemp plant- more cannabinoids within a product allows for the product to closely resemble the natural ratio of cannabinoids, allowing the diverse range of compounds to work more potently and more synergistically within the body.