CBD

Ego Boost Full Spectrum Hemp Extract Oil contains CBD, as well as other cannabinoids that work synergistically to provide a myriad of health benefits.

  • Eliminate joint pain by reducing inflammation.
  • Alleviate stress and anxiety.
  • Fall asleep faster and stay asleep to benefit from CBD’s restorative properties.
  • Improve overall mood and cognitive function.

 

CBD’s miraculous effects are multifarious and undeniable. You won’t believe it until you try it. Products will be shipped in discreet packaging. ORDER NOW.

 

Our Ego Boost Full Spectrum Hemp Extract Lotion contains 300mg of CBD and can be applied topically to the skin to treat a variety of conditions.

Moisturize and nourish your skin all while absorbing CBD into the bloodstream.

Assist with pain, inflammation reduction, signs of acne, scarring and wrinkles.

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Ego Boost Nighttime Extreme Gummies are going to be your new favorite recovery supplement. With 25mg of CBD combined with 5mg of melatonin, you will feel stress melt away as you drift into a deep, restful & restorative sleep.

Catalyze your body’s recovery processes by maximizing the total time you sleep, stay asleep, and the overall quality of sleep.

Let the CBD work it’s magic overnight so you can hop out of bed with more energy and less discomfort to tackle the day full steam ahead!

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Does CBD help you sleep?

Yes, CBD helps you sleep by providing natural feelings of relaxation and tiredness.

Nearly 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. Many adults are not getting their suggested eight hours, whether they are unable to fall or stay asleep. A quality sleeping schedule is essential for balancing hormones, reducing stress, and improving the immune system. Pain and anxiety tend to be the underlying issues for most people experiencing sleep problems.

There are several studies of CBD providing positive relief for common ailments and relieving insomnia.

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

THC and CBD are both chemical compounds, otherwise known as “cannabinoids,” that derive from the Cannabis plant.

These cannabinoids bind together with cannabinoid receptors, particularly CB1 and CB2. THC binds to the CB1 receptors in the brain, allowing for that “high” feeling. For CBD, it binds to both receptors located in the brain and throughout the body, treating things like depression, pain, inflammation and muscle spasms, among other medical conditions.

Does CBD help with pain?

Yes, CBD does help with pain by interacting with your body’s endocannabinoid system. Your endocannabinoid system is responsible for maintaining your body in a state of healthy homeostasis. CBD binds to the CB1 receptors in your brain that work with the immune system and the way the brain perceives pain, helping to boost your mood.

CBD also binds with CB2 receptors, located in your peripheral nervous system and immune system.

What are the benefits of CBD for athletes?

CBD can help to relieve both pain and inflammation caused by the muscle tears that make us sore after an intense workout. It also helps to relieve stress, anxiety, and sleep issues that come with being an athlete.

CBD is a much more natural and safer alternative to medications like opioids.

What is CBD oil?

CBD oil is a therapeutic element that is extracted from cannabis. Otherwise known as cannabinol, CBD is one of many chemical compounds that come from a cannabis plant. Studies indicate that CBD provides relief for a wide range of health conditions, due to the way it interacts with neuroreceptors in the brain and in the body’s endocannabinoid system.

Is CBD Legal in the United States?

Yes, as of December 2018, all CBD products were legalized under the federal law. However, each state is allowed to make their own restrictions against CBD. It is important to note that CBD is made differently and can vary in legality between states. Most CBD products are sourced from hemp which is legal in the majority of states. Additionally, CBD products can also be made out of marijuana or THC which remains illegal at a federal level (and thus, many American states).

The legality of marijuana-based CBD varies per state depending on whether it’s used medically or recreationally.

What is hemp?

Hemp refers to the non-psychoactive varieties of a Cannabis Sativa plant. It contains 0.3% THC or less, meaning you do not experience the psychoactive (or “high”) effects like you would with marijuana. Hemp is the main source of CBD oil, extracted from the flowers and buds of a hemp plant.

Is CBD oil safe?

CBD oil is safe. That said, it is important to note the certification and ingredients of your CBD products.

The World Health Organization finds that “CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile. Reported adverse effects may be as a result of drug-drug interactions between CBD and patients’ existing medications.” WHO studies also show that there’s no known addiction potential linked to CBD.

Can CBD oil make you fail a drug test?

While it is unlikely that CBD oil can cause you to fail a drug test, it is still possible. Drug tests screen for THC, not CBD; However, CBD oils can contain small amounts of THC. Although it won’t be enough to get you “high”, it could be enough to cause a false positive result.

That being said, you’d have to take fairly large doses of CBD on a daily basis to fail your drug test.

Can CBD help reduce anxiety?

Yes, CBD can help anxiety. In a study conducted on mice, researchers found that CBD affects the functioning of 5HT1A receptors in the hippocampus and frontal cortex.

5HT1A receptors are responsible for regulating serotonin levels in the brain. They found that CBD reduced the regulatory feedback provided from these receptors, allowing more serotonin to be released at a faster rate, reducing anxiety.