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+ - What is CBD?

Cannabid­i­ol (CBD) is the most preva­lent cannabi­noid found in the cannabis plant. Its med­ical use dates back to pre­his­toric soci­eties, but has long been sup­pressed and con­trolled while sci­en­tists and users focused on the mind-alter­ing com­po­nent, THC.

CBD oil is non-intox­i­cat­ing, has almost no side effects, and is impos­si­ble to lethal­ly over­dose.

+ - What is MuleCBD Oil use for?

Mule CBD is most­ly used for anti-inflam­ma­to­ry, anti-pain, and anti-anx­i­ety. This oil may pos­i­tive­ly affect your appetite, sleep, stress response, immune sys­tem, and so much more.

+ - What should I look for When Buying CBD Oil?

Con­sid­er the fol­low­ing ques­tions when buy­ing:

    1.  Where is the hemp grown or sourced?
    2.  Is the oil full-spec­trum or iso­late?
    3.  What oth­er ingre­di­ents are in the oil?
    4.  Is it third-par­ty test­ed? *This is impor­tant to clar­i­fy ingre­di­ents and poten­cy.
+ - Will Mule CBD Products get me high?

NO. They will not get you high. CBD is non-intox­i­cat­ing.

 
+ - What type of tests do you run on your products

Each batch of our CBD is third-par­ty lab test­ed and guar­an­teed to be free of con­t­a­m­i­nants like heavy met­als, bac­te­ria, micro­bial life, myco­tox­ins, and pes­ti­cides.

 
+ - What are Terpenes?

Ter­penes are essen­tial oils respon­si­ble for the dis­tinct aro­mas, fla­vors, and col­ors of plants includ­ing hemp!

They are what give the Pineap­ple Express strain its cit­rus and trop­i­cal taste and Straw­ber­ry Lemon­ade its sweet and fruity fla­vor, but ter­penes do more than just deliv­er deli­cious fla­vor. They also deter­mine how a par­tic­u­lar strain will affect your body and mind thus hav­ing a direct effect on your whole CBD expe­ri­ence!

 
+ - What is MCT Oil?

MCT oil is the com­bi­na­tion of the two fat­ty acids C8 and C10, or pure C8, extract­ed from coconut and palm oil. MCT stands for medi­um-chain triglyc­erides. You may also see them called MCFAs (medi­um-chain fat­ty acids).

MCTs are known for being quick­ly absorbed by your body and metab­o­lized into ener­gy in the liv­er. They’re the most effi­cient sat­u­rat­ed fats in terms of ener­gy pro­duc­tion.

They cre­ate ketones, an ener­gy mol­e­cule. Ketones are an amaz­ing source of ener­gy for your body in com­par­i­son to glu­cose because they pro­duce far few­er mol­e­cules that react with oth­er mol­e­cules when they are metab­o­lized.

 
+ - What is the Endocannabinoid System?

The endo­cannabi­noid sys­tem (ECS) is a group of cannabi­noid recep­tors locat­ed in the brain and through­out the cen­tral and periph­er­al ner­vous sys­tems, con­sist­ing of neu­ro­mod­u­la­to­ry lipids and their recep­tors.

There are two main types of recep­tors in the ECS: CB1 and CB2. CB1 recep­tors are pri­mar­i­ly locat­ed in the cen­tral ner­vous sys­tem and brains of mam­mals, and CB2s are gen­er­al­ly found in the periph­er­al ner­vous sys­tem. There are two main cannabi­noids mam­mals pro­duce 2AG and anan­damide.

+ - What is the difference between Hemp Oil and CBD Oil?

The main dif­fer­ence between hemp and CBD oils is that hemp oil con­tains only minute con­cen­tra­tions of the healthy cannabi­noids com­pared to CBD oil.

CBD and hemp oils are made from dif­fer­ent parts of the plant and have dif­fer­ent pur­pos­es. CBD is a com­pound found in indus­tri­al hemp, and we uti­lize a whole-plant CO2 extrac­tion process that allows us to draw the CBD from the plant mate­r­i­al and fil­ter out unnat­ur­al sub­stances, max­i­miz­ing pure CBD con­cen­tra­tion.

While CBD is extract­ed from the entire plant, minus the seeds, hemp oil is extract­ed only from the seeds. Hemp oil is made from press­ing hemp seeds and is used in a vari­ety of over-the-counter prod­ucts.

Hemp-seed oil is used as a pro­tein sup­ple­ment for food, as var­nish for wood and, because of its reme­di­al prop­er­ties for hair and skin, as an ingre­di­ent in lotion and soap prod­ucts.

You can buy hemp-seed oil online or at health food stores, where you can learn about more ways to incor­po­rate it into your diet and hygiene.

 

FDA Disclosure

This prod­uct is not for use by or sale to per­sons under the age of 18. This prod­uct should be used only as direct­ed on the label. It should not be used if you are preg­nant or nurs­ing. Con­sult with a physi­cian before use if you have a seri­ous med­ical con­di­tion or use pre­scrip­tion med­ica­tions. A Doc­tor’s advice should be sought before using this and any sup­ple­men­tal dietary prod­uct. All trade­marks and copy­rights are prop­er­ty of their respec­tive own­ers and are not affil­i­at­ed with nor do they endorse this prod­uct. These state­ments have not been eval­u­at­ed by the FDA. This prod­uct is not intend­ed to diag­nose, treat, cure or pre­vent any dis­ease. Indi­vid­ual weight loss results will vary. By using this site, you agree to fol­low the Pri­va­cy Pol­i­cy and all Terms & Con­di­tions print­ed on this site. Void Where Pro­hib­it­ed by Law.

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