Charlotte’s Web CBD Extract Capsules contain a variety of beneficial plant compounds, including CBD.
Fragrant oils found in CBD and other plants. Terpenes bind to receptors in the human body and carry a variety of health benefits.*
CBD is just one of over 80 cannabinoids that can be extracted from hemp. Cannabinoids are group of fatty compounds found in hemp, and also produced by other plants and the human body. These compounds are key players in normal immune and central nervous system functioning.*
OVER 80 CANNABINOIDS
The goodness of nature does fit conveniently in a CBD capsule. Our capsules are the highest quality, from seed to bottle to you.
A lot! First, as the name implies, our new capsules are filled with liquid, Charlotte’s Web hemp extract and organic extra virgin olive oil, to be exact. There are two new concentrations: 15mg and 25mg. Plus, we’ve added a new 90-count bottle, in addition to our 30 and 60 count bottles.
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Turns out, the goodness of nature fits conveniently in a CBD capsule.
Among the few human trials evaluating CBD’s anxiolytic effects was one published in the Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry in 2019. For this study, 57 men were given either CBD oil or a placebo before a public-speaking event. Anxiety was evaluated using physiological measures (such as blood pressure, heart rate, etc.) and a relatively reliable test for mood states known as the Visual Analog Mood Scale (VAMS).
Meredith Bull, ND, is a licensed naturopathic doctor with a private practice in Los Angeles. She helped co-author the first integrative geriatrics textbook, "Integrative Geriatric Medicine."
In addition, the stroke volume (the amount of blood remaining in the heart after a heartbeat) was significantly reduced, meaning that the heart was pumping more efficiently.
There is currently no known “correct” dose of CBD oil. Depending on individual needs and what is being treated, the daily dose may range between 5 and 25 mg.
Proponents claim that CBD oil can treat a wide variety of health problems, including:
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