Medical Marijuana, Inc.’s CBD oil concentrate, Real Scientific Hemp Oil® (RSHO®), is a product derived from a natural hemp plant, providing users with the benefits of hemp. Our CBD concentrate has been a favorite of customers across the globe since 2012, and we consider ourselves to be CBD oil concentrate experts. Below, we help individuals become better acquainted with CBD oil concentrates with a comprehensive CBD concentrates guide.
Plus, get recommendations on the right CBD concentrate product that meets your individual health needs.
What is CBD Oil Concentrate?
Blue Label CBD concentrate by RSHO® is a hemp oil concentrate that has been decarboxylated so that the CBDa in the hemp plant is transformed into CBD. This acts to increase the total amount of CBD in the concentrate, making Blue Label oil an excellent source of CBD that does not sacrifice the plant’s natural constituents and nutrients. Blue Label CBD concentrate comes in a 10-gram tube that features 20 servings, with each serving consisting of 85 mg of CBD.
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Medical Marijuana, Inc.’s hemp oil concentrate product, RSHO®, is made from a unique cultivar of high-CBD certified organic hemp grown by families of farmers in the Netherlands. Using centuries-old cultivation techniques, these families grow our hemp without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.
Companies that add or remove stages of the process produce slightly different end products.
As CBD concentrates often contain many times the amount of CBD found in cannabis, it is possible to get a higher dose quickly.
There are a few methods to extract CBD from the cannabis plant in higher amounts. The form that the concentrate takes will depend on these techniques.
CBD acts on the brain’s endocannabinoid system, which may have several health benefits.
The differences between these products may be a matter of preference. However, in some cases, the process could change the content of the concentrate. Here are the most common types of concentrate:
Terpenes are natural compounds found in many plants that give them their distinct aromas. Many different terpenes may be present in cannabis products depending on their source and strain. Some common terpenes in cannabis include:
CBD concentrates are relatively high doses of CBD, and therefore may not be suitable for everyone.
If you are new to cannabis, hemp, and/or cannabinoids, the old sage advice applies doubly with concentrates: start low and go slow. CBD dabs can hit hard and fast, so err on the side of too little because too much of even a good thing can be unpleasant.
Bottom line: The duration of effects depends entirely on the type of product you’re using.
Concentrates are simple products in terms of ingredients since they generally contain cannabinoids and terpenes and not much else. When extracted and refined with care by experts, they are stripped of unwanted plant materials, waxes, and lipids, leaving behind a pure and minimal final product.
CBD concentrates will have a total CBD content that is higher than almost any other product you’ll find on the market. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps
Outside of medicinal use, concentrates are one of the most popular ways to enjoy cannabis among enthusiasts today. Because many concentrates have robust terpene profiles, they can provide a very unique and enjoyable flavor and aroma experience.
Bottom line: High bioavailability and potency make CBD concentrates an excellent choice for medicinal and experienced cannabis users. That said, CBD might interact with prescription medications, so talk to your doctor and do your homework before adding CBD to the mix.
Concentrates are safe (albeit potent), and can be consumed by anyone who wants a big dose of CBD in a jiffy.