Essentia — Full Spectrum Hemp Oil
$79.99

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Our premium Essentia Oil is uniquely extracted, scientifically formulated and mindfully crafted to help you feel better naturally. Every bottle contains 4,200 mg of standardized Hemp Extract (Phytocannabinoids) providing a total of 750mg of pure cannabidiol. There are never any artificial colors or flavors in our blend. This product contains no isolates – only pure full-spectrum phytocannabinoids. For more information, please email or call us at 214-494-9004.

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Where does Sativa Springs come from?

As the healing characteristics of Cannabis oil are well-known and documented, many suppliers bank on its claims without taking into account the importance of securing a pure, unadulterated source for the plant itself. Many domestic suppliers of Cannabis Sativa harvest from crops that are genetically modified or cross-bred with other plants in order to develop more intoxicating hybrid strains of Cannabis. Further, in states where marijuana is legal, farmers focus on raising plants with a much higher THC content specifically for the recreational purpose of getting high. As well, many companies produce products that contain only cannabidiol isolates, and load other natural and/or synthetic ingredients into the mix. This results in a much less effective product that still costs as much as genuine, full-spectrum hemp oil.

Will I fail a drug test / drug screening?

It's unlikely that CBD will show up in a drug test. Employers who subject their employees to random drug test are typically screening for cannabis — but that actually means they're looking for the presence of THC or THC metabolites — not cannabidiol. Technically, cannabidiol is a chemical, and if you ingest it, your body will metabolize it, so it can be detected. But the average drug test is not designed to pick up cannabidiol, or any other compounds found in cannabis other than THC. Because cannabidiol is chemically distinct from THC, it is unlikely that pure cannabidiol would be detected in these types of drug tests. However, hemp-based cannabidiol products often contain trace amounts of THC." (This is because some researchers believe that a tiny bit of THC enhances the effects of cannabidiol.) It is important to note that ALL natural hemp-based products inherently contain trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. Before it has been processed, Sativa Springs’ raw product contains less than the federal legal limit of 0.3 percent. Although the risk of failing a drug test is extremely low, users who consume excessive amounts of hemp-based oil do run the risk of testing positive for THC. Sativa Springs strongly suggests exercising caution and consulting your HR Department and/or health care provider before consuming any hemp products if you are subject to drug testing.

Why use an oil-based over water-soluble product? 

Sativa Springs use a proprietary, MCT (oil) based carrier/delivery system which significantly improves the delivery of the product to a very specific targeted site in the body. In this case, it is incredibly important for the full-spectrum of biologically active compounds to pass through the blood-brain barrier where we can get maximum effect on the endocannabinoid system housed within the brain. So, by understanding what it takes to deliver active ingredients through the blood-brain barrier, into the brain and in the most efficient way possible within the limitations of the human body's digestive mechanism, Sativa Springs has created a delivery system focused on activation of a specific target site, which is why their product is so much more effective than most other hemp products, especially isolate based and synthetic products.  

What is the endocannabinoid system?

The endocannabinoid system is a biological system composed of endocannabinoids, which are endogenous lipid-based retrograde neurotransmitters that bind to cannabinoid receptors, and cannabinoid receptor proteins that are expressed throughout the vertebrate central nervous system (including the brain) and peripheral nervous system. Simply stated, it’s a network within the human body comprised of neurotransmitters and receptors involved in regulating physiological, cognitive, and nervous properties. Mood, memory, pain, and more are affected by the endocannabinoid system in myriad ways – many of which science has yet to identify. The endocannabinoid system has been explained as “the ultimate balance system of our bodies that yearns to achieve homeostasis. It keeps everything in check: circulatory, digestive, endocrine, muscular and nervous systems”. 

How does the endocannabinoid system work?

The endocannabinoid system, broadly speaking, includes two primary endocannabinoid receptors: CB1 receptors, primarily found in the brain and nervous system, and CB2 receptors, found elsewhere in the body. Cannabinoid compounds like cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), both of which are found in cannabis, have been shown to interact with these receptors. While these two cannabinoids are certainly the most recognized, they are far from the only cannabinoids in existence; scientists have discovered that the human body actually makes its own. These cannabinoids are known as endocannabinoids and are distinguished from phytocannabinoids, found in plants.

What is the difference between cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)? 

Cannabidiol is derived from cannabis or hemp plants. But unlike THC, cannabidiol does not produce psychoactive effects. While THC will give you feelings of being high, cannabidiol does not do that. And, because Cannabidiol from hemp is naturally low in THC, it is legal in every state. 

What are cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids already exist in our bodies and are part of the endocannabinoid system. Cannabinoids and their receptors are found all throughout the body. They are in the brain, organs, nervous system, and immune cells.Cannabinoids perform different functions in each of the different body systems, but the overall goal is homeostasis, or maintaining a stable internal environment. They also facilitate communication and coordination between different body systems. For example, cannabinoids impact pain receptors that send a signal to the brain.

Where can I find more information about clinical cannabidiol studies? 

The US National Library of Medicine is a qualified resource for information on how cannabidiol has proven to help a number of medical conditions. Include “Cannabidiol” in the search box along with the condition(s) that you are interested in learning more about: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles

Where Can I Find More Information About CBD and it's Benefits?

The US National Library of Medicine is a qualified resource for information on how CBD has proven to help a number of medical conditions. Include “CBD” in the search box along with the condition(s) that you are interested in learning more about: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles 

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