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Health Benefits of Cannabidiol with Terpenes

11 January 2022

Health Benefits of Cannabidiol with Terpenes

CBD Cannabidiol is the ‘in Vogue‘ word for 2022.  When it comes to having a New Year’s resolution to take a more active role in helping yourself to choose a healthier lifestyle, then the potential health benefits of Cannabidiol with Terpenes sets you on the right path.

The importance of Terpenes in CBD cannot be overemphasised.  The abundance of Terpenes in Cannabidiol is usually a sign of high cannabinoid levels as Terpenes are the building blocks of the cannabis plant.

Cannabinoids are chemical compounds naturally occurring in over 2,000 plant species, and it is these compounds that have been found to have a positive effect on the central nervous system, and more particularly on the immune system.

Terpenes or terpenoids are the largest and most diverse group of naturally occurring compounds found in essential oils, for example, which are made from plants… and it is the vast array of terpenoids that are found in the hemp plant which are captured using the CO2 extraction process and put into every drop of Enjoy CBD’s whole plant (Full Spectrum) Premium Cannabidiol..

If you’re looking for the best selection of CBD products which haven’t been stripped of the powerhouse known as active Terpenes, you have definitely come to the right place.

Health Benefits of Cannabidiol with Terpenes and what that combination actually means

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (Cannabidiol) are just two of over 100 cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant but they’re two different compounds.

CBD (Cannabidiol) is sold in the UK as a food supplement and therefore UK Government Guidelines have to be adhered to rigorously, however any CBD product sold into the UK market has to contain 0.2% or less THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychotic compound found in the Indica strain of the cannabis plant..  The THC element  of the CBD sold by Enjoy CBD in the UK has been removed during the manufacturing process.

It appears however, that all of the other beneficial cannabinoids found in the hemp plant (Cannabis Sativa) interact with each other in what is known as the entourage effect –  The combination of the different cannabinoids is therapeutically better than just taking one, as the cannabis plant works synergistically to produce the effects of taking CBD (Cannabidiol).

Terpenes can be found in thousands of plants including common plants such as Lavender – linalool, which is abundant in Lavender, is a terpene used in antianxiety therapies, while Pinene is a terpene found in Rosemary which research suggests can be used in the treatment of inflammation and has also antimicrobial and neuroprotective effects (protection against the dysfunction or death of cells).  Myrcene is a terpene known for its relaxing and sedative effects.  Limonene is a terpene which is found in citrus peel that is known for its mood enhancing and antibacterial properties and the list goes on…

All kinds of things affect the terpene profile of plants and that includes whether they are grown indoors or outdoors – the growing medium, the nutrients that may or may not be present in the growing medium together with natural, sunlight… Plants create terpenes to protect themselves from bad weather, predators and to attract pollinators.  Each strain of the Cannabis plant has its own unique terpenes and cannabinoids signature and there are thousands of these.

On-going research shows us that there are a myriad of benefits that can be derived from taking CBD (Cannabidiol) as part of a daily wellness regimen.  Top of the list is the research into the treatment of pain and inflammation as well as anxiety and sleep deprivation, to name but a few…

Firstly, we should explore what the differences are between Cannabis Indica strains as opposed to Cannabis Sativa strains which are used in the production of CBD.

If you are feeling happy, uplifted, euphoric and energetic then the chances are you are taking a premium CBD product which has been produced from the Cannabis Sativa stain. Cannabis Sativa strains are usually associated with feeling creative, productive and focussed – full of energy with a zest for life….

Enjoy CBD only use Cannabis Sativa L. in the production of our organically produced Premium CBD Oils to complement your existing health regimen.

Cannabis Indica strains, on the other hand, can often contain higher levels of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) and are usually associated with relaxation and couch potato syndrome.  Of course not all Indica strains are intoxicating but it is important to emphasise here that Enjoy CBD only use Cannabis Sativa L in the production of their organically produced Premium CBD Oils as the Cannabis Sativa L strain contains low to no levels of THC but contains very high levels of CBD, the cannabinoid that has all of the health benefits.

The health benefits of Cannabidiol with Terpenes must include the potential for their invigorating and energising effects that can help to reduce anxiety and stress and increase creativity and focus.  Research suggests there are unique therapeutic effects from the cannabinoids and other ingredients of the hemp plant that contribute to the entourage effects of cannabis based food supplement extracts.

Enjoy CBD’s Premium CBD oil (Cannabidiol) preserves all of the valuable ingredients of the hemp plants by utilising the CO2 extraction method to ensure that the precious Terpene and Cannabinoid profiles are preserved through to the finished products.

The health benefits of Cannabidiol with Terpenes are awe-inspiring and readily available for your daily dose of calm and a more relaxed outlook on life…

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