Consumers looking for the most effective remedy should stay away from CBD isolate or Hemp oil with THC mitigation aka broad spectrum. THC in small doses is not bad for you, nor does it get you high, but it does have medical benefits. So ignore the prohibitionists who deploy fear mongering and appeals to reefer madness. According to non-profit Project CBD:

“The best available science makes clear that whole-plant cannabis preparations are quantifiably superior to single compounds because the plant’s complex mix of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids interact synergistically to create an “entourage effect” that enhances each other’s therapeutic effects.”

A primary reason for the entourage benefit is that THC and CBD use different pathways to address pain. According to Jikomes, a neuroscientist:

“While THC and CBD have different pharmacological properties, they can both have similar physiological effects, probably acting through different mechanisms. For instance, both compounds can have analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects; they may act through different mechanisms, so having THC and CBD could potentially enhance an outcome surrounding pain relief.”

All NEK Hemp products meet regulatory standard of .3% THC, as well as contain full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids.


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