Hemp Purifying Cleanser
This carefully formulated facial cleanser packs a unite blend of Hemp Oil, Willow Bark and Boswellia extract and cannabinoids. This non-drying purifying cleanser is sulfate-free and can be used daily to remove dirt and make-up from the skin without harming it
for all skin types
BOSWELLIA SERRATA EXTRACT
CITRUS LIMON FRUIT OIL
HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED OIL
MELALEUCA ALTERNIFOLIA LEAF OIL
SALIX ALBA BARK EXTRACT
Natural derivative ingredients: ARGININE • CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE • CAPRYLOYL GLYCINE • CARRAGEENAN • COCO-GLUCOSIDE • DECYL GLUCOSIDE • DISODIUM COCOYL GLUTAMATE • GLYCERIN • GLYCERYL OLEATE • HYDROLYZED CANNABIS SATIVA SEED EXTRACT • SODIUM CARBONATE • SODIUM COCO SULFATE • SODIUM COCOAMPHOACETATE • SODIUM COCOYL GLUTAMATE • SODIUM GLUCONATE
- Clean impurities and leaves skin clean and fresh
- Visibly reduces excess oil on the skin
- Lathers quickly into a cleansing foam that refreshes skin without over-drying
- For oily skin
How to use:
Gently massage our Hemp Purifying Cleanser for oily skin types into damp facial areas
Avoid the immediate eye area.
Can be used morning and night
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Frequently asked questions
What Is CBG
Cannabigerol, or CBG is short for cannabigerol and is one of the newest areas of research in the cannabis industry today. Cannabis research is fairly new, so study into CBG has mostly just begun to scratch the surface.
Non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD) has begun to receive a great deal of interest from both scientists and members of the public. One example is what is known as "cannabigerol" (CBG). Cannabigerol is non-psychotropic; in other words, this cannabinoid does not produce a high when ingested by any mammal. It was first researched between 1972 and 1982 at King's College London under Dr. William Notcutt with promising results but then abandoned due to lack of funding
The big draw for CBG at this stage seems to be that it has very strong anti-inflammatory properties, which are useful in the treatment of arthritis.
Another benefit that CBG presents is its apparent ability to promote wakefulness, making this cannabinoid an excellent candidate for treating insomnia
Unlike THC, cannabigerol doesn't seem to have any psychoactive effects on humans even at very high doses. CBG seems to be a very safe cannabinoid that shows a lot of potential in the medical field.
CBG has been found to have some anti-tumor effects, which means it could help treat cancer. In addition, CBG is known to aid in the absorption of minerals such as iron and calcium through bones and tissue, meaning it may be useful in helping to prevent osteoporosis and brittle bones.
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this cannabinoid is that it has been shown to suppress muscle spasms and neuropathic pain via its interactions with our endocannabinoid system (ECS).
The beneficial effects of CBG are still being studied, but there is enough evidence to suggest that this cannabinoid is an important one for medical use, and it seems safe to say that given time, this cannabinoid will be found to have a variety of medicinal benefits.
CBD Oil for Sensitive Skin
An additional advantage of CBD oil is it's been discovered to have considerable relaxing qualities. Its considerable skin-calming, as well as skin normalizing consequences, can help reduce problems regarding skin sensitivity, which includes reactivity and redness. Since all skin types are affected each day by environmental stressors, CBD's relaxing mechanism can keep everyone's skin in check.
What is the Endocannabinoid System?
The endocannabinoid system is a vast and important neuronic system found throughout the human body. It consists of cell-surface receptor proteins, their corresponding molecules, and different types of control mechanisms. Its many different functions include (but are not limited to) appetite regulation, the sensation of pain and temperature, retrograde neurotransmission across synapses, inhibition of mitosis to prevent excessive cell proliferation in tissues like the neuropil CNS neurons, and glial cells in the peripheral nervous system.
Research about the endocannabinoid system was hindered by politics until recently due to cannabis being banned as a narcotic. Now that attitudes have changed about cannabis research into the endocannabinoid system has boomed - scientists internationally agree that it's one of the greatest medical discoveries made in history...but we still don't know everything about it.
What's The Difference Between CBD and THC?
Hemp, also known as industrial hemp, is a term used to describe cannabis cultivars with low amounts of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and are cultivated for their fiber as well as seeds. Cannabis use was documented 10,000 years ago in Asia, where it was considered one of the first plants cultivated by humans.
What molecules does cannabis include? There are over 480 organic components in the Cannabis plant. Cannabinoids A minimum of 100 unique cannabinoids have been identified from the Cannabis plant. There are, however, other compounds: terpenes, vitamins, glycosides, flavonoids, ketones, alcohols, aldehydes, sugars, amino acids, nitrogenous compounds (alkanes), chlorophyll (pigments), and p.
Why are cannabinoids so fascinating? Cannabinoids are produced in our bodies as chemicals, and we refer to them as endogenous cannabinoids or endocannabinoids. Plants also produce comparable chemicals called phytocannabinoids.
CBD is a cannabinoid, which is a natural substance found in cannabis plants (also known as Cannabis sativa). It's not regarded as a controlled substance and is completely non-psychoactive, so you won't get "high."
This is what happens when you take CBD routinely; it does not effectively bind to our endocannabinoid system - the body's unique mechanism that regulates things like sleep, hunger, and also immunity. This is why you get a 'high' sensation as a result of this binding process.
Cannabidiol does not bind to CB1 receptors, so it has no impact on your senses or tactile experiences. The truth is that studies have shown that CBD can counteract the psychotropic effects of THC by suppressing CB1-activating effects when it is taken with THC.
THC Is additionally a cannabinoid present in cannabis plants. THC is the component that is accountable for leading to the marijuana 'high'. Since it is regarded as a controlled substance, it's commonly deemed illegal.
THC activates the endocannabinoid system's cannabinoid one receptors (CB1), which are found in the brain and central nervous system, producing a psychological impact. When CB1 receptors are activated, it causes a psychotropic response.