A-list stars are famous for their entourages, but what is the entourage effect when talking about the hemp plant?
Herbalists believe in holistic, whole-plant medicine – they use the entire plant for healing rather than isolating one ingredient. Evidence suggests that using a plant in its whole and natural state creates an entourage effect, meaning many components of the plant interact with the body to produce a stronger effect than just one element alone.
With all the buzz about hemp oil in the press, many new beauty products are touting the amazing benefits of “cannabis”. There have even been some misleading statements regarding full spectrum hemp oil, phytocannabinoid oil and CBD oil – which are all one in the same. However, not all cannabis skincare contains CBD. You may want to ask some questions to make sure you’re getting the real thing.
Pregnancy can bring a lot of joy – and a lot of new ailments. Swelling joints. Morning sickness. Anxiety. Mood swings. Muscle pains… All symptoms that hemp oil can help treat naturally. It seems hemp oil was made for pregnancy, but is it safe?
Hemp Oil is a natural component found in the hemp plant (not to be confused with the psychoactive THC).
Hemp oil can be extracted from the plant and applied topically without disrupting any psychological or psychomotor functions. Simply put – your skin can reap the serious skincare benefits of hemp oil without the high.
It’s one of nature’s best beauty secrets!