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What is Hemp CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) & what are its benefits?
Hemp /cannabis derived CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) is a powerful non-psychotropic phytocannabinoid (plant compound) found in varying amounts in Cannabis Indica, Cannabis Ruderalis and Cannabis Sativa. Cannabidiol has become known for its neuroprotective, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties and benefits that extend to treating anxiety, depression, chronic or acute pain, and dozens of other significant health issues.
Our growers have focussed on creating hybrid strains that are high in CBD but somewhat lower in THC, the compound that produces the ‘high’. The CBD Oil
component accounts for at least 40% of the total cannabinoids extracted from the plant. CBD has proven to be effective as an alternative or complement to conventional drugs, treatments and therapies. CBD Oil can be used in all the following ways:
Anti-insomnia – use CBD Oil to aid sleep & relaxation
Neuro-protective – use CBD Oil to prevent nervous system degeneration
Bone stimulant – use CBD Oil to promote bone growth
Immunomodulator – use CBD Oil to reduce or increase immune response
Anti-inflammatory- use CBD Oil to reduce inflammation
Analgesic – use CBD Oil to reduce & manage pain
Anti-ischemic – reduce risk of artery blockage
Anti-catabolic – CBD Oil to reduce muscle wastage (sports, bodybuilding, post-operative)
Antiemetic – use CBD Oil to reduce vomiting & nausea
Anxiolytic / antidepressant – use CBD Oil to reduce anxiety & depression
Appetite stimulant – use CBD Oil to increase appetite
Anorectic – use CBD Oil to suppress appetite
Anti-spasmodic – use CBD Oil to suppress muscle spasms
Vasorelaxant – use CBD Oil to reduce tension in blood vessel walls
Along with CBD (Cannabidiol) our full extract products contain amounts CBD, CBG, CBN, and CBC; plus Terpenes, Phenols, and Flavonoids, all of which contribute to the so called entourage effect. Our pure CBD Oil is produced using the gentle super-critical CO2 fluid extraction method.
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How to understand CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) product strength and calculate your CBD dosage
Use this equation to calculate product strength:
MG PER ML = (mg CBD) ÷ (ml container volume) >> e.g 750mg ÷ 30ml = 25mg per ml
Use this equation to calculate cost per ml
PRICE PER ML = (mg CBD) ÷ (unit price) >> e.g. 750mg ÷ $108 = $6.94 per mg
As a guide for dosage: 1 drop = .05ml / 20 drops = 1ml
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of at least 113 active cannabinoids identified
in cannabis. It is a major phytocannabinoid, accounting for up to 40% of the plant’s extract. CBD is considered to have a wide scope of potential medical applications – due to clinical reports showing the lack of side effects, particularly a lack of psychoactivity (as is typically
associated with ∆9-THC), and non-interference with several psychomotor learning and psychological functions.
Therapeutic effects of CBD and THC found in cannabis.
For many years people have seen great therapeutic benefits from the the use of products that have contain both CBD and THC however based on the most recent empirical research, clinical experiments and a growing wealth of compelling anecdotal evidence, that THC free or low THC Cannabidiol (CBD Oil) products seem to be able to deliver all the wellness and medicinal effects most people would require. We know that humans and animals have an endocannabinoid system that naturally produces cannabinoid receptor proteins throughout the body. We produce our own endogenous cannabinoids that act on the body and human brain. The human brain has more cannabinoid (CBD) receptors (anandamides) than any other type of protein receptor. We also now know that the phytocannabinoids in cannabis match the human endocannabinoids so closely it’s almost as if the plant was created especially for us. We believe that cannabis should be decriminalized globally to enable easy and legal access to buy CBD products here online and anywhere else. Health and wellness is a Human Right!
Cannabis in Nebraska
While Nebraska has shown potential for easing cannabis laws in the past, recreational and medical cannabis continues to be illegal. The state did, however, decriminalize small possession of up to 1 ounce of high THC Cannabis.
CBD from Hemp Oil in Nebraska
Hemp CBD oil is federally legal in the U.S. and Nebraska’s lawmakers passed LB 1001 to classify industrial hemp as an agricultural product. Under the law, cannabis with less than 0.3% THC such as CBD Oil is considered industrial hemp and is exempt from the state’s controlled substances act. This new policy enables the Department of Agriculture and Nebraskan universities the ability to cultivate hemp as part of a pilot program.
Medical Cannabis in Nebraska
Sadly the state of Nebraska has not approved any medical Cannabis laws to enable access to high THC Cannabis products for medicinal needs. In November 2016 a medical cannabis initiative to amend the state’s constitution to legalize cannabis for patients with debilitating medical conditions failed to acquire the necessary signatures to make the ballot. In 2015, the Legislature introduced a medical cannabis bill, LB 643, but the session ended without the lawmakers taking any action. Unfortunately, since that time the makeup of the Senate has fewer medical cannabis supporters and Governor Pete Ricketts has been a vocal opponent to medical cannabis in the past. Lets hope it changes in the future.
Recreational Cannabis in Nebraska
In a progressive move, the state of Nebraska has decriminalized the possession of a small amount of high THC cannabis. Upon your first offense with the possession of 1 ounce or less of cannabis you may be subject to an infraction and this offence is punishable by a fine of up to $300 and a possible drug education course and no jail time.
The leniency ends there in the state of Nebraska.
Second offense possession of up to 1 ounce is a misdemeanor, but carries just a $400 fine and up to five days in jail.
Third offense possession is also a misdemeanor and subject to up to a week in jail and a fine of up to $500.
Possession of greater amounts is punished more seriously, with up to a pound being charged as a misdemeanor, punishable with up to 3 months in jail and a $500 fine. Possession of more than a pound of high THC cannabis is a felony, punishable with up to 5 years of jail time and a $10,000 fine.
Cultivation of Cannabis & Hemp in Nebraska
The personal cultivation of cannabis is prohibited in Nebraska. However, in 2014, Nebraska lawmakers passed LB 1001 to classify industrial hemp as an agricultural product. Under the law, cannabis with less than 0.3% THC is considered industrial hemp and is exempt from the state’s controlled substances act.
The policy also gives the Department of Agriculture and universities the ability to cultivate hemp as part of a pilot program.
Advocates for growing hemp for industrial purposes have complained for years that Nebraska is dragging its feet in getting research underway and allowing regular farmers to plant the crop.
Hector Santiago, the assistant dean for UNL’s agricultural research division said he’s got a list of 50 farmers waiting to plant hemp but the move forward and the ability to access the correct seeds for Nebraska’s growing conditions is being hamstrung by National Laws against the use of Hemp.
About Nebraska (NE)
Indigenous peoples had inhabited the region of present-day Nebraska for many thousands of years before the arrival of European explorers.
The first tribes in the state included the Omaha, Missouria, Ponca, Pawnee, Otoe, and branches of the Lakota (Sioux) many of whom had migrated from eastern areas into this region. Settlement began following the arrival of Europeans and both Spain and France sought to control the region. The 1690s saw the Spanish establish trade connections with the Apaches, whose territory included western Nebraska at that time. France had developed a regular trade with the native peoples by 1703 on Missouri River in Nebraska, and later signed treaties with several of these tribes. Following the outbreak of war between Spain and France the Spanish dispatched an armed expedition to Nebraska under Lieutenant General Pedro de Villasur in 1720. They were attacked and decimated near modern day Columbus by a large force made up of Pawnees and Otoes – both allied to the French. The massacre put an end to Spanish exploration of the area for the rest of the 1700’s.
In 1762, France ceded the Louisiana territory to Spain leaving Britain and Spain to compete for rule along the Mississippi and by 1773 the British were trading with the native peoples of Nebraska. In 1794 and 1795 Spain responded by sending trading expeditions up the Missouri River to establish the first European settlement in Nebraska near the mouth of the Platte River.
In 1819, the United States established Fort Atkinson as the first U.S. Army post west of the Missouri River not far from present-day Fort Calhoun. Later, in 1827, the army abandoned the fort as migration moved further west. European-American settlement was slow to happen until 1848 and the California Gold Rush. In 1854, the US Congress created the Kansas and the Nebraska territories. The Nebraska Territory included parts of what is now Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana. The territorial capital of Nebraska was Omaha.
Following the 1860s, when the U.S. government forced many of the Native American tribes to cede their lands and settle on reservations, large tracts of land were opened up to agricultural development by settlers. The Homestead Act enabled thousands of settlers into Nebraska to claim free land granted by the federal government. The first round of settlement supplied the territory with enough of a population to apply for statehood. Nebraska subsequently became the 37th state in March 1867 and the capital was moved to Lancaster – modern day Lincoln. The battle of Massacre Canyon on August 5, 1873, was the last major battle between the Pawnee and the Sioux.
Nebraska experienced a large growth in population in the 1870s to the 1880s attracted by the huge prairie land which was perfect for cattle grazing. Agricultural inventions such as barbed wire, wind mills, and the steel plow, along with good weather, enabled settlers with excellent farming land. By the 1880s Nebraska’s population had reached over 450,000 people.
In the later part of the 19th century African Americans migrated from the South to Nebraska as part of the Great Migration, mainly to Omaha where low skilled jobs could be found in meat packing, the railroads and other industries. Omaha has had a long history of civil rights activism. Blacks encountered discrimination from other Americans in Omaha and especially from recent European immigrants, who were competing for the same employment. The Omaha chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was formed in 1912 to work in improving conditions.
The 1960s saw an increase in Native American activism in the state via open protest, activities to build alliances with state and local governments, and the creation of tribal institutions and infrastructure. Native Americans in federally recognized tribes have campaigned for self-determination, sovereignty and recognition creating community schools to preserve their cultures and tribal colleges and universities. Tribal politicians have collaborate with state and county officials on regional issues.
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