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Cbd oil for professionals

Full Spectrum Tincture (Original or Vanilla Orange).

We believe hemp and its natural cannabinoids have a unique and powerful ability to balance the mind and body. Our full spectrum tinctures are rich in CBD and numerous other cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients. This combination of nutritive compounds creates a clinically-documented synergy known as the “entourage effect” – offering benefits you will only find with Ananda Professional CBD.

This tincture contains active cannabinoids. Measure with precision using the included scored pipette, and enjoy personalized administration.

Servings

Suggested Use

It is a rewarding process to fine-tune the dosage that is perfect for you. We suggest starting with one dropperful in the evening, preferably with food. Monitor how you feel for a day or two at this dose. If you feel you need more, you can gradually increase your daily servings until you reach your desired result. For best results take oil under your tongue and hold for 30-60 seconds before swallowing. See our blog on How Much CBD to Take for more information.

Ingredients

Cold-Pressed Hemp Seed Oil, MCT Oil, Ananda Professional Full Spectrum Hemp Extract, Botanically Derived Terpene Blend

From Seed to Shelf

Superior genetics, proprietary extract technology, carbon-neutral facilities, Kentucky-grown domestic hemp, in-house scientists, and a firm belief in the healing power of hemp are all part of our seed-to-shelf commitment ot quality. Enjoy the benefits of the first and finest vertically integrated CBD Oil in the world.

True Full Spectrum

Ananda Professional has rigorous laboratory testing protocol to bring you the purest CBD. Enjoy knowing exactly what’s in our products compared to other “full spectrum” brands.

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Is the 300mg Tincture for me?

The 300mg full spectrum tincture should be used by patients who require a lower CBD concentration. If you found the 600mg tincture’s effects to be too strong, we recommend trying the 300mg.

Is the 600mg Tincture for me?

The 600mg full spectrum tincture is ideal for patients new to CBD.

Is the 1000mg Tincture for me?

Compared to our 600mg tincture, the 1000mg tincture contains almost double the amount of cannabinoids per bottle. This formulation is great for patients who are familiar with CBD, and have tried the 600mg tincture, but are ready to move to a higher strength.

Is the 2000mg Tincture for me?

Our 2000mg Tincture is formulated with a highly-potent cannabinoid complex, and is our second-largest tincture. It’s ideal for patients who take a higher milligram dose per day.

Is the 4800mg Tincture for me?

The 4800mg tincture is our strongest formulation, and perfect for those dealing with the most severe and ongoing health conditions.

I like the results of the tincture however, I don’t like the taste what product should I use?

If you disfavor the earthy aroma hemp-extract has to offer, we recommend the trying the Vanilla Orange flavored tinctures, and our easy to use Softgels.

Cbd oil for professionals

As of 2022, CBD that comes from hemp (a type of cannabis sativa plant) that produces no more than 0.3% THC by dry weight is considered legal at the federal level. State laws vary, so it’s best to confirm any rules and regulations that apply to your area with your local and state legislation.

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Is CBD oil safe?

The FDA reports it’s only seen limited data regarding the safety of CBD. Anyone interested in consuming CBD in any form should first consult with their healthcare provider and be aware of potential risks associated with using CBD products, including liver injury, drug interactions and male reproductive toxicity.

Who should use CBD oil?

A growing body of research suggests CBD oil can benefit people with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • Epilepsy syndromes
  • Opioid addiction
  • Neurodegenerative disorders and diseases
  • Unmanageable chronic pain
  • Diabetic complications
  • Arthritis

Talk to your healthcare provider to learn more about whether CBD oil could be beneficial for you.

Can CBD oil impact the results of a drug test?

Standard drug tests don’t screen for CBD because it’s not an intoxicating substance, nor is it an illegal controlled substance. However, some CBD products contain trace amounts of THC, which can affect the results of a drug test.

Sources

Footnotes

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