Glossary of Useful Terms
*Essential Fatty Acid, a term we hear a lot, but how many people really know how important it is?
EFA’s are the building blocks for a healthy immune system. Healthy cell structure, proper human growth, proper immune response, healthy hair, scalp and hair retention, health liver function, healthy reproductive function, healthy heart circulation and more.
*Prolonged absence Omega 6-hormone from the diet is fatal, all of the deficiency symptoms (except death) can be reversed by adding Omega 6 back into the diet.
Cannabis– family plant name, two varieties, Hemp & Marijuana. Both plants contain CBD’s and THC in drastically different amounts. Both plants have been cultivated for over 25,000 different uses including healing since antiquity.
Cannabis Sativa– a narrow leafed variety of cannabis known as Hemp. Grown throughout North & South America, and Europe. It thrives in harsh conditions and is cultivated for use for its fiber and seeds for its oil, is low thc, and was a primary food source in the United States for livestock until 1937.
Cannabis Indica– a broad leaf variety of Cannabis known as Marijuana. It thrives in controlled environmental conditions and is cultivated in India, South America, Mexico and Jamaica and is known for its sedating effects due to its high content of thc.
THC tetrahydrocannabidiol– the psychotropic component of the Cannabis Indica Plant aka (Marijuana) sedative component.
CBD Cannabidiol– a resinous compound found in all varieties of cannabis but, dominates in hemp and is derived from the flowers and buds of the Cannabis Sativa aka (Hemp Plant). It contains healing and anti-inflammatory properties.
Full spectrum– is a term used only in regard to the Hemp Plant: reflects all the naturally occurring CBD’s, CBN’s and very low bare trace 3/10th% thc in the (Sativa) Hemp Plant.
Isolate– is a term used only in regard to the Hemp plant: reflects what has been isolated from the full spectrum, which would be the bare trace amount of 3/10th% thc rendering the end product thc free.
Terpenes- refer to the aromatic oils excreted from the resin gland of the plant. Terpenes are thick and need to be mixed with a carrier oil to be palatable.
Carrier Oil-refers to an oil that is mixed with terpenes. There are a variety of oils on the market that differ depending on the company and how they market their product. For example, MCT fractionated coconut and palm oil, olive, sunflower, grapeseed oils etc. Heavenly Hemp CDB Oil only uses hemp oil as the carrier oil to give you the full healthy benefits of the hemp plant.
Hemp Oil– oil pressed from the seeds of the Hemp plant
Whole Hemp Plant CBD Oil– The entire extract from the Hemp Plant, inclusive of pressed Hemp seed oil, all the terpenes from the flowers and buds and extracts from the entire plants leaves and roots. Heavenly Hemp uses the entire plant to deliver what nature intended. A complete Holistic Whole Hemp Plant experience, without adulteration.