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PO Box 486

Montgomery Center, VT 05471

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About CBD

CBD Questions?

 

We're here to help you learn more about Nature's Sentry Full Spectrum, Organic CBD Wholesale Massage Oil, grown and produced in Vermont for your spa or massage practice.

What is CBD?

 

CBD is an acronym for Cannabidiol, a  non-psychotropic cannabinoid compound with major therapeutic potential. CBD is the predominant cannabinoid in hemp grown fiber or seed oil and you will generally not "get high" with using CBD as the THC or psychotropic aspects of hemp are removed or are less than 0.3%. Cannabinoids are chemicals that trigger the cannabinoid and other receptors in the brain and body. As humans, we have an endocannabinoid system which regulates many vital body functions such as sleep, appetite, immune system responses and more including offering pain relief. CBD is increasingly recognized as helping with general well-being and health and are considered:

  • Anti-oxidant

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-spasmodic

  • Anti-convulsant

  • Anti-tumoral

  • Anti-psychotic

  • Anti-depressant

  • Neuro-protective 

Scientific and clinical studies have shown that CBD could be therapeutic for many conditions including:

  • Chronic pain

  • Cancer

  • Anxiety

  • Diabetes

  • Cardiovascular Disease

  • Epilepsy

  • Rheumatoid arthritis

  • PTSD

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Neurological Ailments

  • Nausea Relief

Full Spectrum CBD or Isolate CBD

What is the difference?

 

Nature's Sentry full spectrum organic CBD massage is different from the common CBD isolate products and as a massage therapist it is important to know the difference as follows:

When Canabidiol (CBD) is referred to as full spectrum, it means the CBD contains all of the other cannabinoids found in the cannabis or hemp plants.  This includes CBN (Cannabinol), CBG (Cannabigerol) etc.  Along with the cannabinoids, full spectrum CBD may also contain minute trace amounts of THC, the psychoactive property of the plant but it is in such very low concentrations (under 0.3%) that there is practically non-existent psychoactive stimulation.  You will not get "high" using Nature's Sentry CBD Massage Oil, nor will your clients.

CBD Isolate is simply purified CBD that has been extracted from the plant and isolated from the other cannabinoids.  This means it does not possess the synergy of the other cannabinoids which offer different benefits for a wide variety of ailments.

When Canabidiol (CBD) is referred to as full spectrum, it means the CBD contains all of the other cannabinoids found in the cannabis or hemp plants.

Why is Organic CBD Important?

Industrial hemp or cannabis plants have the distinction of  being excellent chelators of heavy metals.  If artificial pesticides or synthetic fertilizers have been used on the soil or plants, then one can expect the CBD to contain heavy metals which the plant literally absorbs from the soil.

As such it is imperative that the plants are grown in organic soils to remove this hazard from the end result.

Given the long recognized history of Vermont as an agricultural state known for its emphasis on organic farming, Vermont is now poised to be a leader in providing the finest quality CBD products.   

Nature's Sentry CBD massage oil is made with only the finest organically grown hemp plants along with carrier oils and essential oils that are all certified organic and known for their therapeutic actions that have been known by herbalists for generations.

Being in Vermont, we KNOW our hemp farmers. Here is John, caring for his superb hemp grown with love in a totally organic fashion.

CBD Transdermal Absorbtion

How does Nature's Sentry CBD Massage Oil work?

 

Topical application otherwise known as transdermal absorption, is generally effective for no more than one inch below the skin and is an excellent non-invasive method to provide localized relief of inflammation, pain, arthritis and some muscle soreness.   

The skin has two layers : Epidermis, the epithelial layer and Dermis , the connective tissue layer which contains a rich network of blood and lymphatic vessels. Most of the nerve tissue supplying the skin are in the dermis but the epidermis  does also contain some nerve tissue (the free nerve endings).   The bottom line is that the skin is the most extensive sensory receptor of the body, and both the two layers of it contain nerve tissue. Massage with CBD oil is an ideal way to transfer the benefits of CBD into the body.

CAUTION


Nature's Sentry is for External Use Only

 

 

  • Avoid Contact with eyes and mucous membranes
     

  • Do not apply to open wounds
     

  • Stop use if condition worsens or severe skin irritation occurs
     

  • If Pregnant or breastfeeding, consult with a health professional before use

How quickly does CBD work?

It depends entirely on the form and strength. Everyone is different in how they react. It is recommended to start as low as possible with dose and then self monitor to track response.

  • Tinctures taken sub-lingually take effect around 30 minutes later.
     

  • Edibles or capsules take effect after about 3 hrs but the effect lasts much longer.
     

  • Topical - Within 5 - 10 minutes

Will CBD interfere with any medications being taken?

We like to recommend you visit your doctor or get the Medscape app to check interactions and side effects​

What is CBD used for?

In general the Food & Drug Administration has not evaluated CBD and so potential therapeutic benefits are based on subjective CBD evidence. To this end, CBD is recognized to help with:

  • Pain

  • Migraines

  • Anxiety

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Multiple Schlerosis

  • Fighting opioid addiction -

  • Psychiatric disorders - Depression, anxiety, stress.

  • Insomnia

  • Nausea relief

  • Digestive issues. Used by IBS and Crohn's patients. ​

Is all CBD the same?

Absolutely not!. We only recommend using CBD grown on organic soils and using organic farming practices. This is because the plant does an excellent job of absorbing heavy metals from the soil and so the soil needs to be organic to avoid this problem.

Equally, how the CBD is processed whether as an isolate or full spectrum. We prefer full spectrum as there is a synergy between the different elements within the cannaboidal plant.