How to choose where to purchase CBD oil?

There are many different companies selling CBD oil with different formulations, testing etc...  CBD is being produced without any regulation, resulting in products that vary widely in quality. Meanwhile, a 2017 study led by Bonn-Miller found that nearly 7 of 10 CBD products didn't contain the amount of  CBD extract promised on the label. There also is some indication that CBD might harm the liver. About 10 percent of people taking CBD in studies had increases in liver enzymes, which would indicate possible liver damage. It is important to choose organic and a company that does adequate testing.  One company is SATIMED, their website  "Using High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and Mass Spectometry, we thoroughly test and analyze each batch of the product for accurate phytocannabinoid content and product safety".

They also are able to provide dosing recommendations based on your individual needs.

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What are Phytocannabinoids?


Phytocannabinoids are the cannabinoids produced in hemp that include cannabidiol (CBD), a non-intoxicating component with enormous therapeutic potential. CBD has been shown to have value in supporting the immune system's natural activity against malignant cells, supporting calm and orderly neural activity, a healthy inflammatory response, healthy cognitive function and moods, supporting robust and healthy free radical scavenging activity, healthy sleep, and helping to protect and support the immune and nervous systems.


The Endocannabinoid System is a network of receptors that interact with cannabinoids. CB1 receptors are the most numerous of these receptors and are expressed primarily in the brain. CB1 receptors in the hypothalamus are involved with appetite regulation, and in the amygdala, they play a role in memory and emotional processing. CB1 receptors are also found in nerve endings where they act to reduce the sensation of pain.

CB2 receptors are found in the peripheral nervous system, especially concentrated in immune cells. They are also prevalent in the gastrointestinal system, where they modulate intestinal inflammatory response. When CB2 receptors are activated, they work to reduce inflammation, which is an immune response believed to play a key role in many health conditions