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As passionate believers in the multiple beneficial effects CBD can bring to us, we want you to enjoy our full spectrum cannabidiol oil blends and benefit from the full entourage effect of all cannabinoids present in the cannabis and hemp plants in our blends.
Our Cannabidiol products are Swiss made using cannabis plants grown in the Valais and Vaud regions of Switzerland, with every batch traceable back to its original farm.
1807 Blends products have been developed in the most sustainable and environmentally conscious manner, having the highest quality natural materials and utilizing Supercritical CO2 extraction to deliver the purest and most natural CBD oil. And since we control every aspect of our products’ production, we can be sure that our Cannabidiol is 100% Organic, Gluten-Free and Vegan. We’ve also ensured our Swiss CBD oil is Kosher-certified.
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Whether you’re new to Cannabis CBD or just looking to learn more about CBD oil and its effects, we cover a wide range of subjects in our blog articles. From our guides on CBD dosage and buying Swiss CBD oil in Switzerland, to articles about CBD effects and benefits, you’ll find useful information to help you improve your wellbeing and gain more out of your Cannabidiol experience.
FULL SPECTRUM, BROAD SPECTRUM, ISOLATE
Full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolate refer to types of cannabis extracts, also called concentrates. The terms are intended to indicate the amount of plant-produced therapeutic chemicals present in addition to the primary cannabinoids (THC and/or CBD); they are a shorthand way of conveying the diversity of bioactives in a given extract.
Full Spectrum CBD oil means the maximum amount of helpful native phytochemicals are retained during extraction, including THC. There are no precise regulatory definitions, but the goal is to remove extraneous lipids while retaining an identical ratio of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids from the original plant source material. (This can only be verified by testing the material before and after the extraction.) True full spectrum extracts are more rare than one might expect; most extractions lose significant terpenes and flavonoids during processing because they are much more volatile than cannabinoids. We would always recommend Full Spectrum CBD oil due to the entourage effect one can benefit from all the cannabinoids.
Broad Spectrum CBD oil applies to extractions which aim to retain a large complement of phytochemicals, but without the THC. This allows for some Entourage Effect action without the stigma and intoxication that accompanies cannabis’ most notorious component. Broad spectrum can also be created by either adding terpenes, flavonoids, and minor cannabinoids to CBD isolate or by removing THC from full spectrum extract via distillation.
CBD Isolate is the purest form of extracted cannabinoids (CBD), a crystalline powder with a purity of 99.9% of CBD containing no other cannabis plant compounds. It is created through additional solvent processes after distillation.
If you have any questions regarding these three types of concentrates, please feel free to drop us a message in the chat. All of our oils are Full-Spectrum oils with less than 0.2% THC in them. The only Broad Spectrum oil we currently offer is THE MEOW CBD oil for cats, which is a Broad Spectrum oil, i.e.: THC-Free.
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Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is probably the best-known thanks to its psychoactive properties — it’s the one that gets you “high” — but Cannabidiol is quickly gaining ground due to its potential therapeutic benefits.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) has a psychoactive effect. It is one of the cannabinoids found on the cannabis plant. Under Swiss narcotics legislation, CBD flowers with THC less 1% are legal. Due to the low concentration of THC in our CBD flowers, you will not experience THC-related psychoactive effects like the “high” feeling.
CBD in Switzerland is legal as long as the product contains less than 1% THC. You need to be at least 18 years old to be able to buy any of the Cannabidiol products available.
As for Europe, countries like France for example, CBD products need to contain less than 0.2% THC. Our 1807 Blends Cannabidiol oil is a Full Spectrum oil with less than 0.2% oil, so you can order it as long as CBD is legal in your country of residence.
No matter what condition you are trying to treat with CBD, giving yourself an adequate dosage is key. Research has indicated it is a safe method to treat several different symptoms. Cannabidiol is non-toxic and presents zero risk of intoxication.
Your ideal dosage of CBD depends on a range of factors including body weight, body chemistry, the condition you are treating and the cannabinoid’s concentration in the product you are using.
Based on that, the recommendation is a step-up approach where you gradually increase the daily dose of Cannabidiol until the most desired results are reached. By using this method you are tailoring the amount of oil necessary to fit your needs.
This will help you better understand how to measure your dosage.
THE TEN = 1000mg of CBD / 1 drop = 3mg of CBD
THE FIFTEEN = 1500mg of CBD / 1 drop = 4.5mg
THE TWENTY = 2000mg of CBD / 1 drop = 6mg
THE FORTY = 4000mg of CBD / 1 drop = 12mg
The effects can last for 6 hours so this process can be repeated 2 to 4 times a day as needed (a bottle contains ~320 Drops). For more information about dosage, please refer to our article CBD DOSAGE: HOW MUCH SHOULD YOU TAKE ?
Cannabinoids are compounds extracted from the cannabis sativa (hemp) plant. High concentrations of cannabinoids are found in the floral material, with the hemp plant producing high concentrations of the non-intoxicating cannabinoid, cannabidiol (CBD).
Beyond CBD there are 100+ other non-intoxicating minor cannabinoids found in the floral material of the hemp plant. Other cannabinoids include cannabichromene (CBC), cannabigerol (CBG), cannabinol (CBN), cannabivarian (CBDV), cannabidiolic-acid (CBDA), THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarian (THCV) and more. Like CBD, these minor cannabinoids also have varying levels of therapeutic benefit; however, more research is needed to determine their efficacy.
Cannabinoids, like Cannabidiol and those mentioned above, interact with receptors in the human body’s endocannabinoid system, as well as other systems within the body including our Adenosine receptors and Serotonin receptors.
The recently discovered (1988) Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is found in the human body’s Central and Peripheral Nervous System. The Endocannabinoid System is responsible for maintaining homeostatic action in the body, like mood, memory, appetite, thermoregulation, sleep and more.
The Endocannabinoid System consists mainly of neurons, receptors and endogenous cannabinoids that form the system. To date, the Endocannabinoid System comprises of CB1 and CB2 receptors. These receptors are attached to neurons and regularly receive endogenous cannabinoids.
However, unlike many systems within the body, endogenous cannabinoids are produced in an on-demand fashion and travel in a reverse manner, attaching to receptors on pre-synaptic neurons. The attachment of these endogenous cannabinoids to their receptors creates responses within the body that may balance feelings of mood, appetite, sleep and more.
These endogenous receptors can also receive phytocannabinoids like hemp-derived cannabinoids, that mimic endogenous cannabinoids and can serve as a supplement to our endocannabinoid system in times of need.
CB1 and CB2 receptors are considered to be receptors within the “Classical Endocannabinoid System.” Beyond these two receptors, other receptors exist and interact with cannabinoids but have not been officially adopted as cannabinoid receptors by the scientific community. These receptors include TRP and GPR55.
More recently, scientists have found that cannabidiol, or CBD, most commonly interacts with receptors and systems outside CB1 and CB2 receptors. CBD interacts with TRP, GPR55, Serotonin and Adenosine receptors.
TRP is a transient receptor potential channel. There are about 30 TRP channels within the body which regulates pain, temperature, vision, taste and pressure. It is likely that cannabinoids received through the skin interact with TRP channels, as well as, in some cases, CB2 receptors.
GPR55 is referred to as a G-coupled protein receptor. Alongside GPR55, GPR119 and GPR18, also interact with cannabinoids. Early research suggests that targeting this receptor may provide treatments for inflammation, pain and anti-cancer effects.
Serotonin receptors exist mainly in the gut, with 90% of Serotonin receptors present in this area. Like GPR55, Serotonin receptors are also G-coupled protein receptors. Serotonin receptors tend to influence various biological responses throughout the body including, mood, appetite, nausea, anxiety, cognition, sleep and more. Cannabinoids, like CBD, may interact with these receptors, particularly if ingested orally.
Adenosine receptors also receive cannabinoids like CBD. Four Adenosine receptors are found within the body. Each receptor is responsible for varying degrees of interaction. A1 and A2A are found within the central nervous system, working with the heart to regulate oxygen and blood flow. Both A1 and A2A also mediate the release of neurotransmitters like dopamine. In addition, A2A mediates inflammatory response within the body.
Conversely Adenosine receptors A2B and A3 are found in the peripheral nervous system and mostly are responsible for bodily processes like inflammation and immune function.
Cannabinoids, like CBD, interacts with systems like the Endocannabinoid System and receptors not found within the ECS like Adenosine, Serotonin, TRP and GPR55. Cannabinoids may turn on or off the functions of these receptors, creating enhanced or de-sensitized reactions in the body. This can aid in balancing the body’s imbalance.
The cannabis we use in our products is grown, harvested and processed 100% in Switzerland. Our CBD oil is extracted using supercritical CO2. This is the most expensive form of extraction and is widely considered the cleanest, most effective and safest method for extracting targeted cannabinoids – CBD, in our case.
Other methods of extraction include the use of toxic solvents, (ethanol, butane, hexane, pentane) which penetrate the plant material and often times the end product contains residual toxic levels of these invasive solvents.
We refine our extracted material through a distillation process, ensuring that we deliver the purest product possible to our customers.
A 2017 study and many others like it show that CBD oil is a safe treatment with very little side effects, none of which are severe. However, studies have uncovered that there is no universal CBD dosage: research subjects reacted differently, even when given the same dose. It has also been noted that depending on the condition you are looking to treat, the appropriate CBD oil dosage can vary to a great extent.
Due to the uniqueness of our endocannabinoid system, the best way to find the ideal dosage is to test out different doses and see what works best for you. Depending on how sensitive you are to foreign substances and what condition you are looking to treat, within a few weeks’ time you should have found the dose that suits you most. Then, you can adjust the CBD dosage to the actual pain you are feeling.
Adequate CBD oil dosage is crucial, no matter what condition you are trying to treat. We all react differently to CBD due to our endocannabinoid system. But dosage also depends on other factors such as age, body chemistry, weight and of course the condition you are treating. And when it comes to weight, we do have recommendations to share with you to help you identify the ideal dosage to start with.
From this recommendation, you can gradually increase or decrease your Cannabidiol oil dose until the desired effects are felt, especially in case of pain. That being said, once again we do recommend you consult your doctor first. And if this is your first time using CBD, always start with a low dose.
It’s safe to give your pet CBD meant for human consumption, but with a few instructions –
- Don’t give your pets any cannabis oil with more than 0.2% THC
- Use smaller doses than what’s recommended on the bottle
- Speak with your vet before giving your animal CBD if they have any underlying health concerns
All animals have an endocannabinoid system including some of the most primitive animals like the sea-squirt. This means that animals also have cannabinoid receptors, a key part of the endocannabinoid system, just like humans do.
Although animals might process CBD in a different way (which is still under research), they have the necessary mechanisms to receive the benefits of CBD. Cannabidiol may be able to relieve pain, inflammation, and anxiety in animals, just like in humans.
Research has shown that activating the CB2 receptor seems to be beneficial in managing chronic pain.
Since CBD attaches to this specific receptor, it may be helpful in activating the pathways that ease chronic pain, often associated with long-term or degenerative conditions such as fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and diabetes.
Cannabinoids like CBD may also help alleviate pain by targeting and activating glycine receptors in the central nervous system.
These receptors are located in various regions of the brain and spinal cord and play an important role in reducing chronic inflammatory pain and neuropathic pain.
When inflammatory factors are present, they often shut down these receptors, which increases the sensation of pain, but CBD oil can possibly reactivate these receptors and decrease pain hypersensitivity.
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