CBD Hemp Oil by Viridesco
This CO2-extracted CBD Hemp Oil by Viridesco is a Premium CO2 Hemp Flower Oil. You can use it as a topical or take it orally. In addition, CO2 CBD Hemp Oil is a Full Plant Extract.
Viridesco Full Spectrum Organic CBD Oil is pesticide and solvent free. Their Patron precision dispenser allows patients to consume a regular dosage of CBD effortlessly.
Their raw, unadulterated organic hemp oil is intended to be eaten. It often has an earthy, medicinal taste. If you find the taste unpleasant, please visit Viridesco’s website or informational pamphlet for instructions on how to mix it into baked goods, topicals, and other formulations.
This Full Plant Extract (FPE) oil blend is perfect for those who want the full spectrum of plant oils, fats, and lipids.
Viridesco offers accurate dosing and labelling on each of its products. They have a core value to provide unadulterated, lab-tested, medical-grade hemp and cannabis-derived oils for Canada’s medical cannabis community.
Effects of CO2 CBD Hemp Oil
Though CO2 CBD Hemp Oil does contain minimal amounts of THC (2.11%), the CBD content tempers its effects. For instance, when CBD comes into contact with your endocannabinoid receptors, it blocks THC from being able to bind to the same receptors. In other words, no euphoria or cerebral effects, just natural healing and restoration.
CO2 CBD Hemp Oil by Viridesco is an excellent pain reliever. People commonly use it for muscle aches and pains and for reducing inflammation. When taken orally, it can profoundly affect overall mood and outlook. Similarly, you can use it to treat anxiety and depression.
What is CO2 Oil?
CO2 oil refers to any cannabis concentrate that uses Carbon Dioxide as a solvent. For instance, CO2 oil can refer to several specific types of cannabis concentrates. As long as CO2 was used during the extraction process, the final product can be CO2 oil. Similarly, this includes CO2 hemp extracts, which use hemp plants to extract CBD oils.
What are Concentrates?
Concentrates are made by either isolating or extracting cannabinoids and terpenes from Cannabis Flower. They are then concentrated into their active form. These days, there are many different methods for isolation and extraction. However, the process generally uses a combination of pressure and solvents to separate the active ingredients. The result is a substance that is rich in cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids but free of biomass (organic vegetation).
You have no doubt seen the tiny hairs that cover the Cannabis plant before, they give it a crystal-like shine and are generally quite sticky. These tiny hairs are Trichome glands. They are responsible for producing cannabinoids and terpenes. Concentrates isolate these compounds and concentrate them, providing a higher potency and fuller flavour. Concentrates can reach a potency of up to 95% THC and higher while also packing in an array of flavours and effects from a high terpene profile.