Sativa THC Tincture
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Due to changes in the federal legality of CBD products and our current application for a recreational Cannabis Producer's license, we are not selling this product or any other product until further notice.
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WHAT IS CBD RICH OIL? Cannabis concentrates and tinctures are made for consumers who want the highest quality Natural CBD designed to yield overall health and wellness benefits by utilizing CBD (Cannabidiol) as a nutritional and dietary supplement.
This oil is 100% natural and derived from the federally legal Cannabis sativa plant with less than .3% THC.
NON-PSYCHOACTIVE: You absolutely CANNOT get ‘high’ or intoxicated by consuming pure CBD Oil.
NO PRESCRIPTION OR PERMIT IS REQUIRED!
Our other products containing THC are not available for shipping.
Are CBD Tinctures Legal?
Section 7606 of the Farm Bill defines industrial hemp as...
"the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of such plant, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3% on a dry weight basis."
Cannabis Taxonomy History
The Cannabis genus was first classified using the "modern" system of taxonomic nomenclature by Carolus Linnaeus in 1753, who devised the system still in use for the naming of species. He considered the genus to be monotypic (only one type), having just a single species that he named Cannabis sativa L. (L. stands for Linnaeus, and indicates that he himself is the authority who first named the species). In 1785, noted evolutionary biologist Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck (the scientist who first envisioned evolutionary change) published a description of a second species of Cannabis, which he named Cannabis indica Lam. Lamarck based his description of the newly named species on plant specimens collected in India. He described C. indica as having poorer fiber quality than C. sativa, but greater utility for the manufacture of medicinal preparations. Additional Cannabis species were proposed in the 19th century, including strains from China and Vietnam assigned the names Cannabis chinensis Delile, and Cannabis gigantea Delile ex Vilmorin. However, many taxonomists found these putative species difficult to distinguish from the original thus, In the early 20th century, the single-species concept was still widely accepted, except in the Soviet Union where Cannabis continued to be the subject of active taxonomic study. The name Cannabis indica was listed in various Pharmacopoeias, and was widely used to designate Cannabis suitable for the manufacture of medicinal preparations.
All That discussion brings up Three things...
1) Cannabis is still widely considered to be ONE species with literally thousands of strains that vary in Phenotype (body appearance).
2. If you do insist on adhering to the concept of multiple Cannabis species, it is the Indica strains that are the ones that have all the medicinal properties - not the acres and acres of fiber varieties which, for all practical purposes, are generally considered by the scientific and medical community to be DEVOID of medicinal properties.
3. Fiber "hemp" plants are regulated as non-food crops like Cotton? Cottonseed oil is horrible for you because the plant is grown for fiber, thus the farmers can put whatever nasty contaminants they want on it because it's only grown to produce Blue Jeans and nobody is going to eat that. However, after they sell the cotton, they also sell the seeds to somebody else... who then turns it around and makes Cottonseed oil, which is sold as a Food product. Farmed Hemp is EXACTLY the same as that. It is not regulated as a food - so it is perfectly ok for the farmers to spray any sort of pesticide they want on it. This is NOT what you want to feed your child who needs CBD? If you purchase a product that is grown specifically for the production of fiber, you better get some lab tests done because fiber is not regulated as a food product - much less a medicine! Medicinal Cannabis is REQUIRED to be tested for pesticides, herbicides and mold. There is absolutely ZERO requirement for testing an "industrial hemp" derived CBD product.
In Summary: we believe that all indoor grown Cannabis sativa plants are FAR more healthy to consume than an outdoor plant that is grown for fiber. Cannabis gardeners that grow for the Medical market are FAR more likely to be treating the plants in a manner that is wholesome and safe for consumption as a medicinal product because they INTEND for their plants to be used this way from the beginning - and because they care!
Creating Medicinal CBD is not a by-product for us.
For indoor medicinal growers, CBD is THE product!
And in case you might be wondering... growing CBD plants is not a get-rich-quick scheme. In fact, growers actually LOSE money compared to recreational THC growers.
We're not here just for the money - we're here because we believe in it!
Fact: No matter what any politician says... Hemp is NOT different from Cannabis.
The term "Industrial Hemp" simply refers to at tall, lanky strain of Cannabis sativa that has been selectively bred by humans, to produce beautiful long fibers in the stalk. It also happens contains very little CBD - or THC.
You have to process an acre of it to squeeze out a tiny bit of CBD. Saying that there is a difference between Marijuana plants and Hemp plants is the scientific equivalent to saying that there is a difference between a caucasian human (Homo sapiens) and a black human (also Homo sapiens), or Asian humans, or Australian Aboriginies... etc! They may all look different on the surface, but they are all members of the same Genus and species, so.... scientifically speaking, they are the same thing!
Our Suzi-Q strain can produce more CBD from a pound than the tall fibrous strain can produce from a truckload.
Fact: there is no difference from a molecule of CBD which is derived from one Cannabis plant ~vs~ any other Cannabis plant. (including those plants that some govt officials call industrial Hemp).
All CBD molecules... are CBD molecules!
there is no other kind!
However, we do believe that the indoor grown Cannabis plants provide far more Terpenes and other Cannabinoids than the farm raised "industrial hemp" varieties. This makes our whole plant CBD Tincture completely different from the "pure CBD" that you get from the hemp strains. This huge "soup" of medicinal ingredients found in the indoor strains, puts them in a completely different class.
So why only 0.3% THC?
The obvious goal of all this political dodging is to create a medicine that won't make you high!
With that goal in mind, we will respect the o.3% THC threshold in our products.
We believe that this number should honestly be at about 4% because we have used numbers even higher than this with children and seen miraculous results that did not get the child high because CBD reduces the ability of THC to create the psychoactive effect that we call, "high." So doses with a CBD percentage upwards of 15% will mitigate a THC dose of 5% or lower to the point that it becomes irrelevant.
AND... the effects of THC diminish after the first two weeks of use, so even a child can function completley normal after the initial 2 week phase of accomodation to high doses of the drug.
AND... it must be said that many children and adults live their lives in a state of pain or medical emergency which makes the concept of being "high" completely irrelevant. The rest of us have been trained by our government to think that being high is a crime. But those of us who think about these issues have most likely never lived in a state of constant intense pain. Intense pain can completely stunt your life. Imagin yourself living with the worst toothache you've ever known - except that there is no cure and it will NEVER stop!
IMAGINE THAT YOU WILL LIVE WITH THIS PAIN EVERY DAY UNTIL YOU DIE!
Now imagine that there is a cure, but it will make you a little high... so you can't have it!
This picture I've painted will probably only sound mildly amusing to those who have never experienced
Cannabis can stop this pain!
Here at Natures Meds... we believe that we are accomplishing the intent of the laws available at this time.
However, we are choosing to disregard the ranting of politicians who would see themselves redefining the
We human beings owe this amazing plant a debt of gratitude and respect.
At Natures Meds, we will ALWAYS proudly display the cannabis leaf on our products despite the fact that
We will continue to describe and label our products according to the proper and most widelly accepted
We will NOT call our products "industrial Hemp" or "hemp oil," in a fear driven attempt to hide what this plant is.
So Yes, We sell Cannabis medicinal products.
And while there is no guarantee, there is a very good chance that this plant can help your child with epilepsy,
If you believe in what we're doing, we could really use your support.
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