Learn about Cannabidiols

Native Hemp Solutions FAQ

CBD MoleculeCannabidiols are compounds that are produced naturally by the hemp plant that can have potent antioxidant and neuroprotective functions. These compounds can assist your body's healthy regulation of the central nervous, immune and endocannabinoid systems.

Cannabinoids contain adaptogens (a natural substance considered to help the body adapt to stress and to exert a normalizing effect upon bodily processes) that helps calm worriment, supports mental balance, modulates inflammation, has stress coping benefits, is a memory booster, offers cognitive support, promotes healthy blood flow and healthy cell growth, and supports healthy prostate function. These are but a few of the whole-body benefits that our hemp extract offers.

Cannabidiols resemble endocannabinoids, which are compounds our bodies produce naturally to control cell communication. Research has shown that when the endocannabinoid system is deficient, unpleasant symptoms and diseases may occur. When cannabis is administered, cannabinoids bind to receptor sites in the brain and body. This can have different effects depending on which receptors the cannabinoids bind to. As research on these compounds grows, so does our understanding of the effects of these cannabinoids and in the type s of relief they can provide.

Neuroprotectants helps maintain healthy blood flow by counteracting factors that can decrease blood flow in the brain. Cognitive function may be impaired if blood flow to the brain is restricted.

Terpenes and terpenoids make up the essential oils of hemp, and gives them their distinctive smell and flavor. During the process of extracting essential oils from cannabis, terpenes are often lost. Our cold boil extraction process maintains these terpenes.  This full profile of terpenes and terpinoids are one of the many reasons our extracts are superior to others on the market today.

Researchers estimate that there are 80 or more cannabinoids and dozens of terpenes found in cannabis, each containing unique effects.

Native Hemp Solutions Entourage Effect

Native Hemp Solutions utilizes a whole plant extraction process to manufacture our extracts. We do this specifically because it creates a much more effective product. Whole plant extractions typically include more than 400 trace compounds. Studies suggest many of these compounds work together to produce a synergy of benefits & effects. This is known as the Entourage Effect!

The Entourage Effect magnifies the therapeutic benefits of the plant’s individual components—so that the medicinal impact of the whole plant is greater than the sum of its parts. 

Cannabis contains an extremely wide range of naturally occuring chemical compounds. Scientists estimate there are over 80 unique molecules in cannabis (known as cannabinoids), including CBD. Many other non-cannabinoid compounds, like terpenes, are also produced by the plant.  Many of these may also have regulatory effects.

Terpenes and terpinoids are responsible for marijuana’s smell and taste. These compounds have been shown to block some cannabinoid receptor sites in the brain while promoting cannabinoid binding in others. As a result, terpenes are believed to affect many aspects of how the brain takes in THC or CBD, while offering various therapeutic benefits of their own.


Native Hemp Solutions Glossary

Cannabinoids - Chemical compounds that act on cannabinoid receptors in the brain. The most well-known cannabinoids include THC, CBD, CBN and THCa.

Terpenes - Common constituents of essential oils. Terpenes are responsible for the distinct aroma and taste of hemp.

Extraction - The process used to separate cannabidiols, terpenes, bioflavinoids and essential oils from the plant matter.

Entourage Effect - This interactive synergy between compounds found in hemp. One of the reasons our whole hemp extract is superior to other extracts.

Bioavailability - The fraction of an administered dose of unchanged drug that reaches the systemic circulation after administration. For example, medication taken intravenously is 100% bioavailable. When administered other ways bioavailability may be reduced.