When it comes to the science of CBD as derived from hemp, everything boils down to understanding the following three significant observations:

NOT ALL CBD PRODUCTS ARE THE SAME
(hemp source, extraction, and blend matter)
MORE IS NOT NECESSARILY BETTER
(CBD demonstrates a Biphasic dose response curve)
IT’S ALL ABOUT ABSORPTION
(CBD has a very poor oral natural absorption curve)

NOT ALL CBD PRODUCTS ARE THE SAME
Source – Not all sources yield usable, reliable, and/or safe materials from which to work with.

Hemp seed oil typically has no commercial cannabinoid value and therefore on its own, is not an appropriate source for obtaining CBD.
Hemp is also a bio-accumulator that draws toxins from soil. Therefore, care must be taken with the source of hemp utilized for producing products. For example, some sources grow their hemp in “phytoremediation projects.” These sources literally grow their hemp in contaminated, toxic or radioactive soils with the purpose of cleaning those soils. And…, this is because hemp is so effective at drawing contaminants out of the soil.

Extraction – Extractions methodologies vary and play a significant role in determining resultant product yield, quality, and performance:

There are many extraction technologies available, many much cheaper than others. And the technology utilized makes a significant difference in phytonutrient oil quality and performance. For example: because phytonutrients are so easily damaged by heat, allowing heat to rise above 115°F during the extraction process significantly damages phytonutrients, thus yielding less-effective end results. The simple process of pressure extraction alone produces heat capable of damaging phytonutrients.

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