How to dose and use the oil.

Cannabis dosage is individual to each of us. When we use Cannabis with a desire for therapeutic efficacy, the dosage is very individual from person to person and we see the same in other mammals. The correct dosing schedule depends on the person or mammal and condition for which the oil is used. For maximum therapeutic effect, we recommend using organic cannabis whole plant oils from cannabis plants with a naturally high content of CBD (Cannabidiol). And of course with the full spectrum of other active cannabinoids, terpenes and flavanoids (flavors and fragrances).

What is the difference between RAW and heated

You can choose RAW / raw, which is the closest we get to juicing and drinking the fresh cannabis plant, and with the natural distribution by nature of CBDa and CBD as well as other molecules. Or the heated / decarboxylated, whereby for example almost all CBDa is converted to CBD. For many people, choosing between heated or RAW is just a matter of preference and taste.

The RAW / Raw version is more crisp and bitter in taste as the molecules in the oil appear in its natural acid form. And the heated oil is more soft on the taste buds, and therefore the favorite of anyone. For some disorders / illnesses, it may be better to try the heated / decarboxylated oil.

No euphoric or intoxicating effect

CBD has no intoxicating or psychoactive effect. We recommend that you combine CBD with a low to moderate content of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the psychoactive component of cannabis that can make people affected (crooked). A low to moderate THC content, combined with a high content of CBD, keeps most of them clear in the head and without feeling lopsided or affected by the oil they use.

There is a low content of THC and THCa of less than 0,2% and down to 0,00% in the CBD cannabis oil products from Endoca, and they carry products with everything from low to high content of CBD, they have from 3% to 30 % CBD oils, and 99% CBD as crystals. The THC content can vary greatly with different manufacturers of cannabis oils with CBD.

CBD and THC interact to enhance each other's therapeutic effects and they often work best together. Cannabis users' sensitivity to THC is a key factor in determining the ratio of none or low to up to moderate amount of THC in CBD oil. And not least for determining the dosage of CBD-rich oils.

Some users, for example, are very sensitive to starting with a very low content of THC in the oils, that they have to choose a completely THC free product. Such as the CBD crystals, or the CBD gum from Endoca.

However, we know that CBD can reduce or neutralize the psychoactive and intoxicating effects of THC. The reduced psychoactivity of CBD-rich cannabis oils, makes it an appealing choice for those seeking anti-inflammatory, anti-pain, anti-anxiety, anti-psychotic and or anti-spasm effects without being skewed, lethargic or dysphoric.

What does science say

Scientific and clinical studies and studies emphasize the potential of CBD as a treatment for a wide range of conditions diseases and disorders including: Rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, alcoholism, MS (multiple sclerosis), chronic pain, nerve pain, anxiety, depression, bipolar (Manio Depressive) , schizophrenia, PTSD, antibiotic-resistant infections, epilepsy and other neurological disorders.

CBD has shown neuroprotective and neurogenic effects, and its anticancer properties are currently being investigated at several academic research centers. At Project CBD, they have compiled a number of medical studies and articles that can be looked up based on illness / disorder, about what CBD has indicated to have therapeutic effect. Link to the overview  http://www.projectcbd.org/guidance/conditions

Finding your own dosage is the first step to effective treatment

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