GenCanna hemp-derived Broad Spectrum Distillate contains significant levels of three or more (3+) cannabinoids, one or more terpenes (1+), and THC levels below the detection limit* of 0.012% wt/wt or 1.2ppm.
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GenCanna Reserve Oil is a hemp-derived CBD extract, refined to remove excess lipids and waxes, blended with customizable carrier oils and standardized to a concentration of 25% CBD (
Broad Spectrum Distillate
Kiara goes beyond locally sourced and as you can see in their Instagram account, they forage some of the ingredients used in this product themselves in the wild. They are a family-owned business that makes everything by hand, in small batches in Appenzellerland, Switzerland under strict GMP standards.
Next on our list is Penguin , who’ve crept up into the CBD world as a brand with exceptional value and consistency. Although they currently only have one topical in their CBD Cream , it’s also one of the best options on the market. With a smooth but rich texture, it’s easily a top contender for best overall bang for your buck.
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Kiara Naturals is the best choice if you’re looking for the most holistic option. Their Muscle and Joint Salve has an impressive 1000mg of CBD but also very high concentrations of Arnica, Camphor, Common Rue and other extracts that have a history of reducing pain and inflammation when used topically.
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With an in-house, dedicated team to support customers, they take their customer care seriously. They vow to help you out with questions, issues, or suggestions anytime! With a convenient texting option, too, they’re happy to work around your needs.
● The type of extraction process used (including isolates, full spectrum, and broad spectrum).
A Cochrane review in 2015 looked at all the research available looking into cannabis based medicine as a treatment for nausea and sickness in people having chemotherapy for cancer. It reported that many of the studies were too small or not well run to be able to say how well these medicines work. They say that they may be useful if all other medicines are not working.
We need more research to know if cannabis or the chemicals in it can treat cancer.
Research into cannabinoids and cancer
Prescription drugs such as Nabilone can cause side effects. This can include:
Nabilone is a drug developed from cannabis. It is licensed for treating severe sickness from chemotherapy that is not controlled by other anti sickness drugs. It is a capsule that you swallow whole.
A drug called dexanabinol which is a man made form of a chemical similar to that found in cannabis has been trialled in a phase 1 trial. This is an early trial that tries to work out whether or not the drug works in humans, what the correct dose is and what the side effects might be. The results are not available yet. You can read about the trial on our clinical trials database.
There are also many cannabis based products available online without a prescription. The quality of these products can vary. It is impossible to know what substances they might contain. They could potentially be harmful to your health and may be illegal.