Welcome the dawn of non-hemp CBD: it’s now possible to use a non-intoxicating cannabinoid for pain, oxidative stress, neurological imbalance.
Millions of people around the world have claimed success using CBD for conditions that conventional methods couldn’t treat.
Plant-derived CBD is a phytocannabinoid that interacts with the endocannabinoid system - the system responsible for pain sensation , memory, mood and appetite.
When it comes to maintaining the endocannabinoid system, transdermal patches are ideal since this neurological system thrives when you apply a consistent dose of cannabinoids instead of taking large doses spaced apart by hours.
A molecular reconstruction process called Cyclic Terpene Assembly (CTA) makes it all possible.
Using a solventless, centrifuge-based process, it’s possible to reconstruct limonene into cannabidiol (CBD) at the molecular level. Cyclic Terpene Assembly (CTA) takes citrus peels and transforms them into CBD without using chemicals or dangerous substances.
The endocannabinoid system is a natural system of endocrines, hormones, neurotransmitters, and neuroreceptors in the body that controls processes like inflammation, mental health, and the sensation of pain.
This system is mediated by endocannabinoids, which are naturally-occurring cannabinoids, but it can also be affected by phytocannabinoids, or plant-based cannabinoids originating outside the body.
Scientists are still discovering exactly how CBD works in the body, but we’ve identified the 5-HT1A and TRPV1 receptors as likely targets of this cannabinoid.
As a substance, this chemical is found in the peels of citrus fruits and in other plants and it is also used to make medicine. In pharmaceuticals, limonene is added to help medicinal ointments and creams to penetrate the skin. Limonene belongs to a group of compounds known as terpenes. Limonene is extracted through hydrodistillation, a process in which fruit peels are soaked in water and heated until the volatile molecules are released via steam, condensed, and separated.
The CPatch is designed to give you a constant, controlled dose of CBD into the bloodstream every hour.
If you do not like the effects or sensations from the patch simply remove it and the CBD delivery will dissipate within 45-60 minutes.
Our time-release formula allows for you to use a patch over a 36hr time period.
You do not need to remember to dose with CBD regularly. Just put the patch on and go.
Removing the patch may be painful. Do not apply the patch to sensitive areas, hairy areas, or areas containing tattoos.
Wear the patch for the entire duration of time listed on the package. If the patch is removed early, slowly peel from the corner at an angle.
Essential oils, exfoliants and water may help remove the patch easier. May cause skin irritation. If skin irritation occurs, remove the patch.
Lighter skin pigmentations and fast metabolisms may heighten delivery rates. After removal, effects will dissipate in about 45 to 60 minutes.
Store patches at room temperature and away from excess heat or moisture.
Keep patches out of direct sunlight and UV light.
Keep out of reach of children.
Transdermal patches have been shown to be effective for up to three years after date created if kept within the correct conditions.
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