Cannabis contains at least 85 types of cannabinoids, many of which have documented medical potential value.
Products and strains have been developed to deliver larger doses of different cannabinoids, so knowing which types best treat your symptoms is a useful piece of knowledge to bring to your next dispensary visit.
The below wheel serves as a resource to determine which cannabinoids may help treat symptoms associated with mood, eating/gastrointestinal disorders, neurological disorders, pain, sleep disorders, and other medical conditions.
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These topical salves are best used when massaged into the skin. Each jar contains a high strength blend of the finest quality ingredients with meticulously sourced essential oils. This product received numerous positive feedback from those who tried topicals to get relief for a variety of conditions, such as post-workout pain and chronic pain.
Cannabidiol (CBD) Oils
Our tinctures or sublingual products are perfect for best and effective absorption. Just hold a dropper full under your tongue for at least 30 seconds before swallowing. Each bottle of CBD oil has a tamper-proof seal and a metered dropper for precise dosing purposes. Many clients gave promising feedback when using this product for sleep and mood disorders, as well as anxiety, depression, inflammation, and non-localized pain.
Many of our clients claim that applying both topical and sublingual products gives them better relief. Often, this is the best way of easing the pain or inflammation that spreads throughout the body. Note: There is no risk of overdosing with our products. You can safely experiment and find what works best for you.
Cannabis has recently gained popularity, appearing in everything from lotion to drinks and skincare products. The question, though, is if this is legal. Currently, this is a grey area. While CBD extracted from hemp is legal nationwide, CBD extracted from other cannabis plants are still prohibited on the federal level. However, it may be legal depending on state law. That’s so long as the product comes from a licensed grower and contains no more than trace amounts of another compound which may result in the user getting high.
CBD oil and hemp oil come from different parts of the cannabis plant. CBD oil is made from various parts of a mature hemp plant, such as its stalks and flowers. Its oil can interact with our body’s endocannabinoid system, which can create an internal balancing effect. On the other hand, hemp oil comes from its seeds, which is excellent for cooking or supplementation.
Generally, CBD oil will not test. Drug tests look for a specific cannabinoid, THC. However, there are varying strains of CBD that may contain traces of THC, which will not guarantee testing negative after taking CBD oil.
No. CBD oil is non-psychoactive. It will not get you high.
A full-spectrum extract is a type of cannabis concentrate that contains all of the available therapeutic compounds of a raw cannabis plant.
This depends on the amount or frequency of oil the person applies, or how well the person’s metabolism works with the oil. However, most people will experience the benefits of CBD oil immediately on the day or up to 2 weeks if taken on a daily basis.
Soothing Solutions’ CBD oil products are legal to be shipped in all 50 states.
The recommended dosage of CBD oil will differ from one person to another, depending on the situation. You may consult with a healthcare professional for professional advice.
It will depend on the person’s weight, metabolism, and the dosage of CBD oil taken.
Yes. We offer full panel third-party lab testing to ensure our products are completely FREE of pesticides, microbials, and heavy metals.
Yes. A person who just took CBD can still drive. Because our CBD oils at Soothing Solutions contain 0.3% THC, they have no psychoactive effects on the body. But depending on your body’s side effects when taking CBD, we recommend that you learn how it reacts with the product.