From Wild Herb Botanicals in Southern Oregon: A daily wellness tincture of Full Spectrum CBD + adaptogenic botanicals. A powerhouse blend of adaptogenic herbs and a high concentration of CBD for muscle recovery, pain reduction, anti-inflammatory and immune-system boosting support. RENEW sample size contains 375 mg o Curious About CBD? Born and raised in Trinidad, Dr. Sasha Noe moved to the United States at age 17 where she pursued medicine and went on to become an award-winning physician and researcher.
‘Renew’ CBD Oil Sample (375 mg, 7.5 ml)
A daily wellness tincture of Full Spectrum CBD + adaptogenic botanicals.
A powerhouse blend of adaptogenic herbs and a high concentration of CBD for muscle recovery, pain reduction, anti-inflammatory and immune-system boosting support. RENEW sample size contains 375 mg of Co2 extracted full spectrum CBD per bottle as well as organic herbs Turmeric, Ginger and Nettles for their potent medicinal qualities.
Ingredients: *MCT Oil, *Turmeric Root, *Nettles, *Ginger Root, *Full Spectrum Hemp Extract, Vitamin E from Soy sources. *=Organic
Directions: Shake before use, and drop under tongue and hold for 60 seconds before swallowing. Take daily and as needed.
1 ml contains: 50 mg CBD
Sample Size dropper full=.5 ml or 25 mg CBD
Each sample bottle contains: 375 mg total
How to begin taking a CBD Tincture: We suggest you start low and slow: 2-3 drops, 2-3 times daily, and gradually increase (every few days/week) until you experience a relief in your symptoms. A variety of factors will affect your individualized dose including weight, metabolism and the symptoms you are treating. Be consistent; it can take up to four weeks to feel the full effects of CBD. A general dose is 15-30 mg/day, but your unique dose may be more or less, so listen to your body! If you are taking more than one kind of tincture: you may choose to split your dose and take half of one kind in the AM and the other in the PM.
*This product does not contain more than .3% THC.
Our Products are made from 100% natural plant and botanical sources and variation in color, scent and taste can occur between batches and is entirely normal! ALWAYS SHAKE your product before use, and store upright in a cool, dark place to prolong life and ensure even dosing every time.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Consult your physician before use. Do not take if pregnant or nursing. The statements about these products have not been evaluated by the FDA; these products are not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease. Does not contain more than .3% THC
Curious About CBD?
Born and raised in Trinidad, Dr. Sasha Noe moved to the United States at age 17 where she pursued medicine and went on to become an award-winning physician and researcher. She is a dual-doctorate, board-certified, award-winning physician, researcher, international speaker, two-time best-selling author, and expert in chronic disease management, preventative health and medical cannabis.
CBD oil is a topic in many headlines today. As Christians we are called to keep a clear mind and represent Jesus well.
CBD oil, when used legally under the close supervision of a physician, may hold benefits for patients in need of it. However, there are adverse effects from interactions with CBD as it pertains to medical conditions and medications that only a physician can understand and address. If an inappropriate and unsafe product is used, it could be harmful, contain higher levels of THC (the psychoactive component of cannabis) than is legally allowed for hemp CBD, and even lead to positive urine drug test in a drug free work environment if the product is not fully vetted from the seed of that plant to the sale of that product.
Also, each state has special laws governing the sale and use of CBD and as Christians we are responsible for knowing and following the law of the land. For many, determining if the source, purchase, or sale of CBD is legal in your state or if the product is safe can be difficult. Finding a physician qualified to determine if its use poses any risk to you could be challenging. So proceed with caution and appropriate medical and/or legal advice if you are unsure.
See my post below for more information.
A day does not go by without someone asking me about CBD. It’s a super “hot topic,” and given the potential benefits, folks are reaching for it wherever they can find it.
This brings us to the CBD industry which has grown into a multi-million (and projected to be a multi-billion) dollar industry, just like the billion-dollar supplement industry. And frankly the answers to CBD product questions are not that simple. It is important that if you are considering purchasing an “over the counter” version of hemp CBD that you understand whether it is a legal source of CBD (not a simple answer), whether it meets appropriate safety and content standards (also not a simple answer), and whether the actual product you are being sold contains what you think you are purchasing (safe CBD and less than 0.3% THC—the definition of hemp derived CBD).
Most individuals do not understand how to select CBD products and are spending lots of money on products that may or may not be high quality and safe CBD, that may or may not contain THC, that may or may not be safe, and that may or may not help.
How do you know it’s safe? Have you examined their growing methods, safety testing, and extraction protocols?
How do you know it contains consistent levels of CBD? Have you examined their certificates of analyses for each component and its contents?
How do you know if it meets the federal Farm Bill requirements? This is also complicated, and here is a link that might be helpful to you to understand more about the legalities of hemp vs medical cannabis CBD: http://bit.ly/2UqGgag
How do you know that it can be sold across state lines? This is also a complicated issue and the above article is a nice summary and stepping stone to understanding this concept.
It’s confusing and it’s not simple and I recommend that you do your homework before you purchase a product and before you go around giving medical advice about the effects or benefits of CBD.
As someone with 24 years in this field and as a researcher and physician, I can tell you that there is a lengthy discussion that I have with my patients regarding the risk vs benefits that needs to be considered for each individual. Each patient is different and his or her complex medical conditions can present differently. If you’re not a physician, you don’t understand the extensive depth and numerous intricacies of medicine and medical physiology. So I sincerely request that you refrain from giving medical advice if you are not a physician.
If you are someone selling CBD products, beware of recommending your products for specific medical conditions to the public when there are numerous factors that can influence a patient’s response to a medical treatment in the midst of all of his or her medical conditions and complicated medication regimens. CBD has many benefits. There is no doubt about it. However, it’s not 100% safe for everyone, and it’s not a one-size-fits-all treatment. Just like OTC Aspirin, Tylenol and Motrin are helpful to many but are not safe for everyone.
As an expert in this field, I help patients all the time using medical cannabis, and I am constantly educating physicians so that they can be more equipped for these discussions with their patients. CBD definitely can be helpful to many patients, and that discussion is best had with your physician.
If you want to learn more, come visit me at my website at DrSashaNoe.com and follow me across social media @DrSashaNoe to stay informed.
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