SUPPORTING HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN A NATURAL WAY WITH

FULL SPECTRUM CANNABINOIDS

Cannabinoids is a special nutrient or compound found in the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids have many beneficial effects for the human body,. Earth Science Tech inc, uses Industrial Hemp to formulate our Full Spectrum Cannabinoids products. The Industrial Hemp is grown and harvest in the United States soil of the Oregon, Kentucky, and Colorado.

High Grade full spectrum cannabinoid oils

Earth Science Tech, Inc., (ETST) high potency full spectrum cannabinoid oils are derived from industrial hemp plants, (Cannabis Sativa) and are CO2 super critically extracted using high pressure CO2 and very minimal heat insuring that the plant’s naturally occurring nutritional properties remain intact. These properties include CBD, CBN, CBC, CBG, CBDV, CBDa, CBGa, & THC.

Many companies are selling CBD isolates and focusing on the benefit of CBD only. Earth Science Tech has a cannabinoid profile with higher content and detectable amounts of other important cannabinoids than most other products on the market that call themselves “Full Spectrum”.

We have put together a glossary for you to refer to on the cannabinoids that we are testing for and highlighting in our products. Working together, they create what has been called the Entourage effect in the body.

What is the Entourage Effect?

First described in 1998 by Israeli scientists Shimon Ben-Shabat and Raphael Mechoulam, the basic idea of the entourage effect is that cannabinoids within the cannabis plant work together, or possess synergy, and affect the body in a mechanism similar to the body’s own endocannabinoid system. The entourage effect theory has been expanded in recent times by Wagner and Ulrich-Merzenich, who define the four basic mechanisms of whole plant extract synergy.

What is the EndoCannabinoid System?

The Endocannabinoid System is a master control system of virtually all physiology, regulating homeostasis and preventing disease and aging. Cannabinoids taken from the plants interface with this system through multiple receptor sites. The two main receptors are CB1 and CB2.

CB1 receptors are located in the brain and in the central nervous system. CB2 receptors are located in the peripheral organs and cells associated with the immune system.

What is a true Full Spectrum profile?

A true Full Spectrum product will have CBD as well as other detectable cannabinoids as part of the plants total profile, including CBDa, CBDV, CBN, CBC, CBGa, THC and THCV. It will have other compounds like terpenes, amino acids, proteins, enzymes, fatty acids, esters and flavonoids. These constituents of the whole plant interact with multiple receptors sites in the body, which are part of the endocannabinoid system creating homeostasis and balance.

MEET THE CANNABINOIDS

Cannabidiol (CBD)

CBD is non-intoxicating, the most prevalent naturally occurring cannabinoid in the industrial hemp plant and encourages production of the body’s natural ECS.

Cannabichromene (CBC):

CBC  is non-intoxicating primarily interacts with vanilloid receptor 1 (TRPV1) and transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 (TRPA1), activating increased levels of the body’s natural endocannabinoids such as anandamide.

Cannabinol (CBN)

CBN is non-intoxicating that has been found to interact with both CB1 and CB2 receptors. This is a major compound that has shown to aid anxiety, muscle tension and relaxation. This is due to its strong sedative effects and the fact that it can easily pass the blood brain barrier.

Cannabidiol Acid (CBDa)

CBDa in a non-intoxicating acidic form CBD. Unlike CBD and other cannabinoids, CBDa does not directly interact with either the CB1 and CB2 receptors. CBDa interacts with the ECS by inhibiting the Cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) enzyme making it effective within the human body as it can easily penetrate muscles and organs.

Cannabidivarin (CBDV)

CBDV is non-intoxicating that has been shown to effectively interact with the CB1 receptors.

Cannabigerol (CBG)

CBG is non-intoxicating that has been found to interact with both CB1 and CB2 receptors.

Tetrahydrocannabidiol (THC)

THC is intoxicating when consumed in concentrated amounts. A small amount of THC is needed to help maintain the stability of all cannabinoids and allows the body to break them down efficiently.

What are Terpenes?

ETST’s products are also high in Terpenes. Terpenes are essential oils found in plants. They are what create the smell, for instance, linalool, found in lavender oil. Research is showing that certain terpenes work synergistically with cannabinoids. Interactions between terpenes and cannabinoids counter a host of conditions, such as inflammation, pain, depression and more. One study demonstrated the use of an essential oil created from black pepper reducing nicotine cravings in cigarette smokers. Black pepper is high in the terpenes mycene, pinene and caryophyllene and so is cannabis. It stands to reason that cannabis oils or flower could yield similar results.

It is not fully understood how all the chemical compounds in cannabis work together, or how they
interact with human body. Certain compounds in combination produce various effects in the body. Take
for example limonene, a terpene founds in lemons as well as cannabis.  

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We make our products not only for our customers, but for our families, friends and ourselves. We promise to always use pure natural ingredients to make the purest, most effective products without ever compromising our environment, your health, or the safety of your family.

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