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The hemp plant material is dried and milled into a powdered form. This allows for higher surface area and more efficient extraction over a short span of time. The extraction is carried out using supercritical CO2 allowing for preferential extraction of cannabinoids, waxes, and terpenes while discouraging the exchange of impurities such as plant carbohydrates and chlorophyll. The extract is treated further to remove waxes, THC, and other undesirable compounds.
Folium’s emulsions are finely-engineered formulas using optimized composition and a unique manufacturing process. The more common emulsion uses droplets roughly 1000nm in size. The lower surface area of microemulsions leads to less-effective and inconsistent absorption. With Folium’s emulsion, the droplet size is 10-100 nanometers.
After the oil is extracted, it’s run through a unique chromatography media that removes THC. The final oil has cannabinoids in the 75-85% range with total terpenes between 1 to 4%.
We recommend that consumers work with a medical professional to ensure they take the correct dosage. Consumers also have the right to request product testing from their chosen distributor before taking CBD oils regularly.
CBD Isolate has been used for various Investigational New Drug (IND) applications. GW Pharmaceuticals has an approval pending with the Food and Drug Administration for a drug featuring CBD as the active ingredient.
Broad spectrum CBD hemp oil is much more effective than a pure cannabidiol isolate due to the synergistic properties of the other cannabinoid compounds and terpenes contained in broad-spectrum CBD hemp oil.
Consumer products with Hemp Oil with no detectable THC are legal on a state-by-state basis and provide a solution for consumers who want a supply of CBD in a botanical extract.
Our bodies possess an endogenous system called the endocannabinoid system. This system contains cannabinoid receptors that respond to cannabinoids. These cannabinoid receptors physically interact with cannabinoids initiating cell changes and producing effects that can holistically provide relief for a wide scope of ailments and symptoms.
THC does have clinical value individually or when combined with other cannabinoids. However, Cannabidiol and the other major cannabinoids, minor cannabinoids, and terpenes found in Folium’s broad-spectrum hemp extract is more than adequate to address homeostasis.
No. Though this was once a common belief, current research on has shown that THC and CBD can sufficiently function without one another. Broad spectrum products that are THC-free but still have several other cannabinoids present are the most beneficial as the cannabinoids are able to complement each other’s individual effects.
Yes, all of our products are tested for potency and purity in-house using UHPLC test methods, with certificates of analysis and potency reports available for review. Folium also works with independent ISO Certified and accredited third-party labs to validate and verify our internal results. Each test ensures our product is solvent-free and meets the strictest quality standards.
Although you should always consult a doctor before using any treatment, people around the world are using holistic CBD oil to successfully treat a variety of conditions.
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Folium Broad Spectrum Hemp Oil products contain 0.0% THC and our Full Spectrum Hemp Oil products contain <0.3% THC.
A phytocannabinoid is a naturally occurring compound produced by the cannabis plant. There are 113 known phytocannabinoids in cannabis including CBD and CBG.
Endocannabinoids are naturally produced by humans and animals.
Yes, all Folium hemp is produced in accordance with Section 7606 of the 2014 US Farm Bill and registered with the Colorado State Department of Agriculture.
Hemp oil applications include food, beverage, topical, supplements and more
Cannabinoids and Pets
It works the same way it works in people, by stimulating the endocannabinoid system to restore balance in the body, called homeostasis.
Folium does not recommend giving THC to animals. Every species will experience different reactions to the compound. Dogs have been found to be highly sensitive to its psychoactive properties, while cats have been shown to be less susceptible. THC in larger animals like horses can be potentially dangerous to both the animal and owner, due to THC causing excessive excitement or positive drug tests.