What Is Cannaviri Full Spectrum CBD?

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of more than 100 known naturally occurring cannabinoid
constituents found in hemp/cannabis plants. Cannaviri Full Spectrum CBD is derived from Colorado grown high-CBD hemp plants.
 
Studies indicate that CBD holds promise for its wellness properties, including the ability to support and regulate optimal health for so many bodily systems and functions, including maintaining optimal heart health, a daily state of calm and relaxation, proper levels of inflammatory chemicals, and to support a pain-free body, head, shoulders, arms and joints. 

The Entourage Effect

Cannaviri Full Spectrum CBD products contain all the naturally occurring cannabinoids, medicinal terpenoids (terpenes), fatty acids, bioflavonoids and other plant compounds that comprise the “entourage effect” discovered by Dr. Raphael Mechoulam.

Cannabis Synergy

In 1998, Professors Raphael Mechoulam and Shimon Ben-Shabat posited that the endocannabinoid system demonstrated an “entourage effect” in which a variety of “inactive” metabolites and closely related molecules markedly increased the activity of the primary endogenous cannabinoids, anandamide and 2-arachidonoylglycerol (Ben-Shabat et al., 1998). They also postulated that this helped to explain how botanical drugs were often more efficacious than their isolated components (Mechoulam and Ben-Shabat, 1999)

Does CBD Make You High?

Hemp is a type of cannabis sativa containing very low THC levels (less than 0.03% tetrahydrocannabinol) The low THC levels in hemp can’t get you “high.”

Cannaviri Full Spectrum CBD, a hemp-derived CBD, does not result in the euphoric “high” associated with THC.  

To meet the legal requirements under the 2018 Farm Act, hemp-derived CBD must come from a plant with trace amounts of less than 0.3% THC. 

Though CBD use can result in a mild relaxation effect, it is not considered to be psychoactive like THC and is not intoxicating.

Is CBD Safe to Ingest? Are There Any Prescription Drug Interactions?

Cannaviri Full Spectrum CBD is perfectly safe to ingest.

CBD may interact with certain prescription medications, including certain blood thinners,
chemotherapy drugs, and anti-anxiety / anti-depressants.
 
It’s always best to speak with your doctor before adding new medicines or supplements to your
personal health routine.
CBD may interact with certain prescription medications, including certain blood thinners,
chemotherapy drugs, and anti-anxiety / anti-depressants.
It’s always best to speak with your doctor before adding new medicines or supplements to your
personal health routine.CBD may interact with certain prescription medications, including certain blood thinners,
chemotherapy drugs, and anti-anxiety / anti-depressants.
It’s always best to speak with your doctor before adding new medicines or supplements to your
personal health routine.

How Do I Take Cannaviri CBD?

Cannaviri Full Spectrum CBD products are available in popular and convenient formats designed for daily use easy administration, including: 

Orally Injected Tinctures – Oral Capsules – Topical Balms – Lip Balm – Bath Bombs – Self Love Kit 

What's The Difference Between Full Spectrum CBD and CBD Isolate?

Cannaviri Full Spectrum CBD products contain all of the naturally occurring compounds found in the hemp plant, including but not limited to CBD, CBN, CBC, and CBG, as well as a wide range of healthy terpenes (essential oils), flavonoids, fatty acids and other natural plant constituents.

CBD isolate products, sometimes referred to as “pure” CBD, are made with CBD extract derived
from either hemp or THC cannabis, and processed into an odorless and tasteless powder. The
extraction process used to create CBD isolate leaves behind all the other therapeutic

cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, fatty acids etc.

Cannaviri Full Spectrum CBD is a whole plant extract. Only whole plant full spectrum CBD extracts comprise the “Entourage Effect.”

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