CBD Oil Benefits 2020 – What good can it do?
Here at BROWN’S, we sell CBD hemp oils as food supplements which are intended to support your endocannabinoid system. Preliminary research is suggesting that a well-balanced endocannabinoid system can have a significant impact on human wellbeing and the anecdotal evidence definitely supports this.
The truth is, if there were no significant CBD Oil Benefits then it would never have gotten as popular as it is today. But apart from general health and wellbeing, what else can CBD oil help with?
What else can CBD oil help with?
Whilst we sell our products as food supplements, we are well aware that many people who use CBD oil also find it can help with a wide range of more specific issues. Unfortunately, we can’t legally talk about anything other than general health and wellbeing.
What we can do, however, is tell you about the phytochemicals found in CBD oils that seem to have a positive impact on human health. Then you can simply research these phytochemicals yourself and make an informed decision.
What beneficial compounds are found in CBD oils?
The levels of beneficial compounds found in CBD oil can vary greatly. The strains of hemp used to make the oil and the processing (or lack of it) that the oil goes through can determine how beneficial the final product is.
CBD oils that are made using CBD isolate (pure CBD crystals) are generally the least beneficial of all for two reasons. Firstly, as they only contain pure CBD, they are lacking hundreds of potential benefits from the wide range of phytochemicals found in the hemp plant. And secondly, because the end-user cannot benefit from the entourage effect.
For those of you who don’t know already, the entourage effect is a phenomenon where the effects of CBD are amplified when in its natural state – surrounded by a range of cannabinoids, terpenes and other phytochemicals.
What beneficial compounds are found in full-spectrum CBD oils?
The hemp plant is often described as a ‘treasure trove’ of phytochemicals due to the vast range of interesting compounds it produces. Full-spectrum CBD oils are made in a way that preserves the maximum amount of these compounds.
The two most studied groups of these compounds are Cannabinoids and Terpenes.
We are now going to list some of the main cannabinoids and terpenes found in full-spectrum CBD oils so you can look them up and make an informed decision of their benefits. The most abundant cannabinoids in the oils are highlighted in bold.
The main Cannabinoids found in full-spectrum CBD oils:
- CBD (cannabidiol)
- CBDA (cannabidiolic acid)
- THC (tetrahydrocannabinol)
- THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid)
- CBN (cannabinol)
- CBG (cannabigerol)
- CBGA (cannabigerolic acid)
- CBC (cannabichromene)
- CBCA (cannabichromenic acid)
- CBL (cannabicyclol)
- CBV (cannabivarin)
- THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin)
- CBDV (cannabidivarin)
- CBCV (cannabichromevarin)
- CBGV (cannabigerovarin)
- CBGM (cannabigerol monomethyl ether)
- CBE (cannabielsoin)
- CBT (cannabicitran)
The main terpenes found in full-spectrum cbd oils:
If you truly want a full perspective of the potential CBD oil benefits, we recommend researching the benefits of each of these compounds on Google so you can see for yourself. You might be amazed by what you find.
If you want to buy cbd oil, we recommend that you buy a full spectrum, Raw CBD Oil. As these oils go through minimal processing and preserve more of these compounds than any other oil.