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CBD Multi-Complex Concentrate

Extracted from Hemp, THC Free, Non-Addictive
Professional Strength

Cannabidiol (CBD) has been used for centuries as a safe and natural alternative. New Spirit Naturals' Multi Spectrum CBD oil contains 500 mg. of high potency CBD per bottle and is enhanced with Turmeric and Cinnamon essential oil.

1 fl. oz. (30 mil), 30 servings
Retail $69.95 / Your Cost $52.46

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The Endocannabinoid System

The body's endocannabinoid system is involved in the regulation of a variety of cognitive and physiological processes that include appetite, pain-sensation, mood, sleep and memory.

Endocannabinoid System

Research has identified a complex relationship between endocannabinoids and endorphins, hormones, cytokines, growth factors, gut health, pleasure molecules,immune cells, bone metabolism, cell regeneration, and connective tissue systems.

Endocannabinoid Systems Main Functions

Achieving Homeostasis

Our amazing body has a system that monitors the constant struggle between building us up (anabolism) and breaking itself down (catabolism). When our body detects that we have gone too far in either direction, it works to balance us back to the middle, known as homeostasis. The endocannabinoid system is responsible for rebalancing the body and providing it with a constant and stable environment for optimal functioning. The endocannabinoid systems ability to rebalance allows the body's most essential systems to influence pain, mood, inflammation, energy, illness and wellness.

Phytocannabinoids: CBD (cannabidiol) vs. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol)

CBD is one of the most abundant phytocannabinoids found in all varieties of the Cannabis plant, including hemp. It is a non-psychoactive plant compound, which means there is no mind altering effects from consumption and it will not cause positive results on drug tests.

THC on the other hand is the psychoactive compound that activates the CB1 receptors in the brain, and is responsible to the "high" associated with the hemp/ cannabis plant. It is mind altering at higher concentrations and consumption will give positive results on drug test. Our CBD Oil contains no detectable THC.

New Spirit Naturals CBD Multi-Complex Hemp Oil Concentrate, Professional Strength

Natural Ways, New Spirit Naturals CBD Multi-Complex Hemp Oil Concentrate contains 500MG of naturally occurring CBD per bottle, which equates to approx. 16.5 mg. per serving.

What Makes our CBD Muti-Complex Hemp Oil Concentrate Different?

Our hemp oil is cultivated in Oregon using organic practices with NO synthetic pesticides, NO fertilizers and NO chemicals of any kind in the growing process. Once the industrial hemp plants are harvested they are dried and processed in a large kiln. The hemp oil is then extracted using Carbon Dioxide CO2. The first pass of extraction is called the "crude" stage. This crude CBD oil is undergoes several rounds of distillation until the THC content is considered "non-detectable." The refinement process of the oil strips the impurities creating a pure and beautiful golden color oil. At this point the plants natural terpenes, the aromatic scent compounds are reintroduced to the oil. These terpenes amplify the beneficial effects of the oil in what is known as the "entourage effect." Our Hemp oil is label as Multi-Complex because it contains naturally occurring CBD phytocannabinoids along with other naturally occurring phytocannabinoids and terpenes contained in HEMP oil, but with no detectable THC. During the final state of the manufacturing process we synergistically combine the Hemp oil containing CBD with three other incredible ingredients: MCT Oil, Turmeric and Cinnamon Essentials oils.

How To Use New Spirit Multi –Spectrum CBD Oil

Place one full dropper, approximately 16.5 mg of CBD (or approx. 35 drops) under the tongue and hold for 30-60 seconds. Store in a cool, dry place.


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