Our Austrian organic hemp leaf powder is obtained from the leaves of the (useful) hemp plant, is free of THC and a nutritional wonder of the extra class.
10g hemp leaf powder contains more calcium than 250g yogurt and more iron than 100g meat.
Recommended intake: Mix a tablespoon of hemp leaf powder into your (green) smoothie or juice, soups or sauces. Make sure you have enough vitamin C – the greener the better – to increase iron absorption. You can even mix some hemp leaf powder into your crackers or bread dough. Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons per day in muesli, shake or similar – up to 6 tablespoons can be consumed daily, depending on requirements. Do not exceed the specified maximum amount of 6 tbsp.
Vital substance bomb: calcium, magnesium and iron by nature
10g hemp leaf powder contain more than 300mg calcium and thus cover almost a third of the daily needs, as well as around 40mg magnesium, 12mg carotenes, 2,8mg iron and a number of antioxidants. The ORAC value is 44.000 – higher than with other superfoods.
Ellese McKenney, with The CBDistillery, says that the two most common methods for producing the isolate powder are ethanol and CO2 extractions.
The combined benefit of all the compounds in marijuana is known as “the entourage effect”. When one compound, such as CBD, is isolated from the rest and taken alone, the user misses out on the value of this effect.
How is CBD Isolate Made?
The first method of making CBD isolate uses ethanol as a solvent to separate the plant’s components. The second method involves pushing CO2 through the plant material in a series of filtration chambers.
Physician and medical cannabis expert David Bearman, MD, adds that it is important to look for lab-tested goods. “Make sure the cannabis has been properly tested and is accurately labeled,” says Dr. Bearman.
While CBD-only products like isolate powder are lauded for their pure CBD strength, they may not actually be the best way of delivering CBD. Cannabidiol may actually be more therapeutic when taken as whole-plant medicine, rather than in isolation.
There is a difference between the two main forms of commercial cannabinoids – CBD Isolates and CBD Full Spectrum.
In general, taking CBD Isolate as a powder directly under the tongue is both the easiest and the most effective way of taking CBD Isolate. The treatment is odorless and tasteless, although many users do mix it with liquids (like teas and juices) and even food when they ingest CBD Isolate.
Proponents tout CBD Isolate as the purest form of cannabis, primarily because of the way manufacturers split (or isolate) the CBD from all of the other components of the cannabis plant.
CBD Isolate Helps With Many Health and Wellness Issues
Calculating the dosage levels with CBD Isolate is fairly easy to do. Any small (but quality) household scale can do the trick – since the Isolate is separated from other cannabis chemical compounds, measuring the dosage in milligrams gives you the exact amount of CBD you need, per the package directions.
While CBD Isolate is extracted from cannabis plants as a standalone product with no additional compounds included, CBD Full Spectrum bundles together multiple chemical compounds to form what CBD manufacturers call the "Entourage Effect".
You can't get high on CBD Isolate, as it contains absolutely no Tetrahydrocannabinol (Or THC), the chemical element that triggers the high that comes with marijuana intake.
As cannabis-forged health and wellness products gain in popularity, getting to know the more common forms of cannabidiols, more widely known as "CBD" is a good idea.