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Why People Need Different Dosages of CBD?

Why People Need Different Dosages of CBD?

Why People Need Different Dosages of CBD

Why People Need Different Dosages of CBD
What to Consider When Choosing a CBD Dosage

If you’re looking to CBD for relaxation and wellness, you might be frustrated to find there’s no dosage guide posted online just yet. No one has ever overdosed on CBD, and research has shown daily doses of 300 mg for up to six months and 1500 mg for up to four weeks are safe, but it’s never a bad idea to educate yourself before diving into a regimen. Too small a dose won’t be effective, and too large an amount can cause uncomfortable conditions like dry mouth, lowered blood pressure, and drowsiness.

Reason for Using CBD

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CBD products are used to alleviate a surprisingly large variety of ailments. While research is still catching up to some of the most impressive medical applications, many users and professionals report significant relief from symptoms of headaches, joint pain, muscle pain, anxiety, sleep disruption, and inflammatory skin conditions. Depending on an individual’s reason for using CBD, the dose might need to be more or less than would be used for other applications. 

Physiological Factors

As with most oral treatments, the dose will depend on the person’s body. Someone with a lower weight will typically require less than someone with a higher weight. A high metabolism might require a higher dose to be effective because it causes the body to break down the ingredients faster. Each person is different, and their individual characteristics have to be considered when calculating a dose.

Product Discrepancies

One of the most significant factors in dosage is the product itself. The delivery method, brand, strength, and quality of the CBD product will determine whether someone needs to take more of it to feel relief. CBD can come in tinctures, gummies, oils, creams, and more. If you look online or in a shop for tinctures, you’ll see a wide range of concentrations for each type of product. Each brand has its level of quality and purity based on their extraction method, growers, etc. If the product is made using an isolate, which means only the CBD without the additional terpenes from the plant, it might take a higher dose than a full spectrum product would take to be effective.

Nesa’s Hemp

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Nesa’s Hemp is organic hemp oil formulated to require a lower dose by maintaining purity and preserving the essential extracts. CBDa is a compound that’s usually burned out of CBD oils during the extraction or delivery processes. Nesa’s uses cold-press extraction and ultraviolet, light-filtering bottles to protect the CBDa from breakdown.

CBDa improves the efficacy of CBD oil because it works differently to combat pain, inflammation, and anxiety. CBDa blocks COX-2, the enzyme associated with inflammation, without blocking COX-1. NSAIDs work by blocking both COX-1 and COX-2, but by blocking COX-1, they can cause damage to the renal system.

How to Calculate Your Dose

Until more research is conducted about dosages for specific ailments, the best way to calculate your CBD dose is to start with the recommendation on the bottle if one is provided. CBD takes time to build up in your system and become effective, so you won’t know how well a dose is going to work for you until you’ve taken it regularly. If you’re not satisfied with the results of the recommended dose, increase your daily dose by 5 mg per week until you reach a level of comfort you’re satisfied with.

If there’s no recommendation on the bottle, start from a baseline of 20 mg per day. Adjust the dose according to the factors mentioned like weight, metabolism, ailment, etc. Then follow the same guideline of increasing your daily dose by 5 mg per week until you reach a dose that works for you. It’s important to note that too high of a dose can be ineffective, so you should start as low as possible. According to a recent study, CBD is only effective against anxiety and possibly other conditions within a certain range.

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CBDa vs CBD: What’s the Difference?

CBDa vs CBD: What’s the Difference?

CBDa vs. CBD: What’s the Difference?

CBDa vs. CBD: What’s the Difference?
And Why You Should Care

What is CBD oil?

CBD is everywhere you look these days, but what is it exactly? CBD is short for cannabidiol. It’s an extract of the Cannabis Sativa plant, but CBD produced from the Hemp variety of the plant doesn’t contain enough of the psychoactive component (tetrahydrocannabinol or THC) to get you high. Instead, it’s used to treat a wide variety of conditions and associated pain.

What is CBDa hemp extract?

CBDa vs. CBD

CBDa is cannabidiolic acid. It’s a much stronger, naturally-occurring cannabinoid in hemp plants, but it’s usually converted to regular CBD when exposed to heat during the extraction process. Early studies indicate that CBDa has a higher bioavailability than CBD and works differently.

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How They Work

Cannabinoids work by acting on your endocannabinoid system, so named for the compounds that act on it. Your endocannabinoid system is a lipid signaling network that modulates neuronal function, serotonin uptake, inflammation, and is often responsible for inflammatory disease and pain. CBDa inhibits cyclooxygenase-2, an enzyme that’s associated with inflammation and related pain. It can also help regulate serotonin reuptake, an important factor in helping the body maintain balance in many important ways. Learn more


There’s limited research on CBD dosing because, despite its popularity, it’s still relatively new. A trusted study from the Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry estimated that a dose of 300 mg was suitable for treating anxiety in most people. With CBD oils selling for about $100 per 1,000 mg, you’d have to pay almost $1000 a month to treat daily anxiety. CBDa is much more powerful than CBD for inflammation and anxiety, so you can take less and experience more relief.

Why don’t more CBD vendors have CBDa hemp oil?

The standard extraction process eliminates any CBDa present by applying heat and converting it to CBD. To get CBDa and CBDa benefits, you must use a cold extraction process to preserve the CBDa and extract the full spectrum of cannabinoids. Learn more

Where can you get high-quality CBDa Full Spectrum Organic Hemp Oil?

Nesa’s Hemp extracts the purest, 100% organic hemp oil extract using no heat, chemicals, solvents, or heavy metals. Their gentle, cold living extraction process results in reduced oxidation and higher-quality, full-spectrum hemp oil.

What is full-spectrum hemp oil?

Some CBD vendors sell isolates that contain only CBD. Full-spectrum organic hemp oil from Nesa’s Hemp maintains the molecular structure of the hemp plant and includes many other beneficial ingredients and terpenes. These ingredients work together in what’s called the “Entourage Effect” to work synergistically in ways that achieve a greater effect than when taken alone.

How do you guarantee the quality of your hemp oil?

Nesa’s Hemp uses third-party testing from certified, independent labs to ensure THC levels are under the legal limit of .3%. They test for contaminants, mycotoxins, and heavy metals at one part-per-billion. Most CBD manufacturers test to one part-per-million, which can leave 999 parts undetected.

You can find test results for each batch number (available on your bottle) on our website.
In addition to testing, we package our CBDa hemp oil in Miron ultraviolet light-filtering bottles. Blocking UV light reduces the degradation of the oil and preserves potency. Learn more about the differences CBDA vs CBD . Learn more about COX1 and COX2

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Why Hemp Oil is So Effective?

Why Hemp Oil is So Effective?

Why Hemp Oil is so Effective?

Most people are well aware that cannabis plants have various therapeutic effects on the human body including both mental and physical health. This herb seems to affect almost every aspect of the human body and mind. But have you ever considered why that is, and how it is possible? The answer is the Endocannabinoid System. 

What is Endocannabinoid System?

The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is one of the most important physiological systems in the human body and is involved in regulating numerous bodily functions and maintaining homeostasis (balance.)

Components of the ECS are found almost everywhere in the body including the brain, immune system, organs, connective tissues, glands, and endocrine system. The Endocannabinoid System’s main goal is: homeostasis – internal balance of many functions and systems within the body.

Yet, in spite of its importance, the ECS was largely unknown until only a few decades ago. Early in the 1990s researchers and scientists discovered endocannabinoids that were produced by the human body itself. 

Endocannabinoids are natural signaling molecules that are similar to the cannabinoids found in cannabis. They soon realized that cannabis produced its effects by mimicking the endocannabinoids produced by the body.

The Endocannabinoid System is mainly composed of these endocannabinoids, two types of receptors that are distributed around the body to receive signals from the endocannabinoids, and enzymes that help break down cannabinoids and endocannabinoids. This system’s goal is to maintain that homeostasis internally in our body.

What Does Endocannabinoid System Affect?

The components in the Endocannabinoid System are thought to regulate many important functions such as:

  • Appetite
  • Digestion
  • Immune Function
  • Sleep
  • Mood
  • Reproduction and Fertility
  • Inflammation
  • Temperature Regulation
  • Memory
  • Pain
  • Pleasure/Reward
  • Motor Control

Internal balance, stability, and homeostasis are vital for our wellness and survival, so if the Endocannabinoid System doesn’t work properly, we can experience many health issues.

Cannabis products, such as CBD Hemp Oil Extract, can stimulate activity in the Endocannabinoid System. The components of the Endocannabinoid System located throughout our bodies are obvious targets for potential help from cannabis products.

Receptors in Endocannabinoid System

Two main endocannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2, are found throughout our body.
CB1 receptors are mostly found in the central nervous system, connective tissues, glands, and organs; CB1 receptors target:

  • Motor Activity
  • Thinking
  • Motor Coordination
  • Appetite
  • Short-term memory
  • Pain perception
  • Immune cells

CB2 receptors are found in the peripheral nervous system, particularly immune cells. CB2 receptors mainly target:

  • Gut; Kidneys; Pancreas; Adipose tissue
  • Skeletal muscle
  • Bones
  • Eyes
  • Tumors
  • Reproductive system
  • Immune system
  • Respiratory tract
  • Skin
  • Central nervous system
  • Cardiovascular system
  • Liver

Endocannabinoids bind with these receptors and stimulate them naturally.
Phytocannabinoids are compounds found in cannabis and hemp that work in the same manner as endocannabinoids to stimulate cannabinoid receptors in our bodies. THC, the psychoactive compound, is the best known of all these substances, but non-psychoactive cannabinoids such as CBD, CBG, CBN, and CBDa all interact with the ECS in many different ways.

This is the key to understanding why users of cannabis products see such a wide variety of results. Many different types of cannabinoids have the potential to affect different types of receptors that facilitate balance across many different bodily functions and processes. And thanks to the Entourage Effect, all cannabinoids found in hemp work synergistically better together than separately, to produce broader and fuller effects.

Even though at this time evidence shows that the Endocannabinoid System has an impact on both physiological and cognitive processes, including appetite, pain, mood, memory, reproduction, fertility, and pregnancy, more research needs to be completed to fully understand this system.

If you are looking to experience homeostasis in your body, Nesa’s Hemp produces the most natural, organic, pure, and unharmed hemp oil extract on the market. The way Nesa’s presses its hemp is gentle and ensures that the cannabinoids, terpenes, and terpenoids are not lost or damaged. Nesa’s provides “living hemp” in a bottle, so you receive the full benefits and nutrition of the Hemp plant. We promise the best quality and amazing results!

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Entourage Effect - Biggest Influence is CBD

Entourage Effect - Biggest Influence is CBD

Entourage Effect - Biggest Influence is CBD

Entourage Effect

Cannabis plants contain more than 120 different Phyto-cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds. All of these compounds act on the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in our body which plays a significant role in regulating many functions including pain, stress, sleep, mood, memory, appetite, reproduction and fertility, metabolism, and immune function. ECS receptors are found everywhere throughout our bodies.   


Two cannabinoids: Cannabidiol (CBD) and THC have received most of the attention from doctors, researchers, the public, and the media. They are also the two most researched cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. People know about them and consume both of them for different reasons and in different ways. A lot of people use only one cannabinoid at a time, either THC or CBD. For instance, CBD is available in isolate form and has had all other compounds removed. 

Research shows that taking cannabinoids together with all of the other secondary compounds found in the cannabis plant, like terpenes and terpenoids, is much more effective than just taking CBD or THC alone. This phenomenon happens due to the interaction between cannabinoids and terpenes found in the plant. This interaction causes a stronger effect and is called “Entourage Effect”.

The phrase “Entourage Effect” was first used in the cannabis context in 1998 by a group of scientists including “the father of cannabis research” Israeli biochemist Dr. Raphael Mechoulam. A bit later in 2011 this phrase “Entourage Effect” was popularized by neurologist, psychopharmacology researcher, and former President of the International Cannabinoid Research Society - Dr. Ethan B. Russo in his famous 2011 paper, “Taming THC: potential cannabis synergy and phytocannabinoid-terpenoid entourage effects”. 

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In this study, Dr. Russo researched and investigated cannabinoid interaction with other compounds found in cannabis plants like terpenes and terpenoids. His study found that in the Entourage Effect “The biggest influence is CBD” especially that CBD contradicts and mitigates THC induces effects by blocking some cannabinoid receptors. Dr. Russo says in his article that cannabinoid-terpenoid interactions “could produce synergy with respect to the treatment of pain, inflammation, depression, anxiety, addiction, epilepsy, cancer of fungal and bacterial infections.” 

So, as explained, with hemp products there is much more involved than just CBD and THC. There are over 100 other cannabinoids along with terpenes and terpenoids. What gives cannabis its “character” are all the compounds found in the plant. These cannabinoids work in unison for the betterment of the whole, THC included. 

If you are looking to experience the Entourage Effect, Nesa’s Hemp produces the most natural, organic, pure, and unharmed oil on the market. The way Nesa’s presses its hemp is gentle and ensures that the cannabinoids, terpenes, and terpenoids are not lost or damaged. Nesa’s believes that nature has the answer, and the most complete representation of the plant has to be presented in the bottle. Nesa’s provides “living hemp” in a bottle, so you can receive the full benefits and nutrition of the Hemp plant. We promise the best quality and amazing results!

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Hemp Vs. Marijuana

Hemp Vs. Marijuana

Hemp vs Marijuana

The differences between hemp and marijuana confuse more and more people as the CBD industry has skyrocketed. What is hemp vs marijuana? This confusion arises, especially in today’s world, as everything that falls under “cannabis” is understood mistakenly as a psychotropic drug. 

With increasing demand, the CBD market has become unique and independent, and yet it is undeniably linked to the Cannabis Industry. Many people refuse to try hemp products simply because they are mistakenly confused about hemp and marijuana.

To avoid this confusion, it is crucial to understand the differences between hemp and marijuana plants.

The Difference Between Hemp and Marijuana

Frequently both are referred to as “species” or “strains” of the cannabis plant; however, they are not “strains” or “species” of cannabis at all. Hemp and Marijuana are simply classifications of cannabis with some specific differences. More than 100 different cannabinoids are found in the cannabis plant, but the amount and concentration of these cannabinoids differ dramatically between hemp and marijuana.

To identify each of them, let’s talk about them separately.

What is Hemp?

Hemp comes from the cannabis plant and has 0.3% or lower levels of THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid. Typically, hemp contains very high levels of CBD (Cannabidiol), the non-psychotropic cannabinoid.

Hemp is grown and harvested for industrial purposes, and different parts of the plant can be used for various purposes:

  • Seeds can be used for foods, supplements, and cosmetics.
  • Stalks can be used for fiber and used in building and clothing materials.
  • Flowers can be used for their cannabinoid content (which is the part that differs most from marijuana).
  • In addition, roots, seeds, and flowers can produce oils that have nutritional value and can be used for medicinal purposes.

Hemp has been used for thousands of years. Hemp is indigenous to Central Asia and has been cultivated since as far back as 2800 BCE in Ancient China. Ancient civilizations were knowledgeable about hemp fiber’s durability and strength - it is known today as the world’s strongest natural fiber. For this reason, it’s used as an ingredient in many different products, including textiles, paper, building materials, body care, foods, and clothing.

The 2018 Farm Bill excluded hemp from the Controlled Substances Act. According to this new act, hemp can be legally grown, transported, and manufactured and sold as high CBD content products to the public.

Hemp won’t make you high since its main cannabinoid is CBD, which is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid. The CBD compound found in cannabis is the one that interacts with the human endocannabinoid system and can offer a wide variety of medicinal benefits.

What is Marijuana?

Marijuana is also a cannabis plant that contains more than 0.3% levels of THC. Marijuana is harvested for its euphoric, relaxing, and psychoactive properties. Unlike hemp, the seeds and stalks of marijuana are not used for industrial purposes. It is mainly harvested for its flower and the flower’s cannabinoids.

In marijuana, THC levels can reach up to 30% (per dry weight), depending on the strain, but, as mentioned before, hemp THC levels can reach no more than 0.3% of THC (per dry weight). And in marijuana, the CBD compound concentration is much lower than in hemp.

Marijuana is regulated as one of many controlled substances under the US federal government. Marijuana remains federally illegal, even though many states have begun legalizing medical or recreational use of marijuana. As both marijuana and hemp contain similar cannabinoids, including CBD and THC, they only differ in cannabinoid concentration levels.

CBD oil can be extracted from both plants, and the main difference in the extraction is the resulting THC level. Hemp Oil Extract or CBD Full Spectrum Oil has no more than a 0.3% THC level, while marijuana-derived CBD oil can contain high THC levels ranging between 5% and 30%.

Hemp Oil Extract

Hemp Oil Extract is hemp-derived oil that is rich in CBD cannabinoid. Even though THC is present in this oil, it has no more than the legal amount of 0.3% of THC. Besides these two cannabinoids, full-spectrum hemp oil extract contains more than a hundred other cannabinoids, which all interact with our endocannabinoid system and can be used for medicinal purposes. Hemp Oil Extract is non-psychoactive and won’t make you high. It has many health benefits ranging from relaxed mood and reduced stress to reduction of inflammation and promotion of muscle pain relief.

If you are looking for Organic, Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil Extract, Nesa’s Hemp is for you. Nesa’s Hemp is grown organically and holistically with the highest degree of care and without chemicals, additives, or pesticides.

It is uniquely cold-pressed without damaging the plant and thereby providing “living hemp” in a bottle, so you can receive the full benefits and nutrition of the Hemp plant. We promise the best quality and amazing results!

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CBD Oil, Hemp Oil Extract & Hemp Seed Oil

CBD Oil, Hemp Oil Extract & Hemp Seed Oil

CBD Oil, Hemp Oil Extract & Hemp Seed Oil

Know the Difference

As the CBD and Hemp industries are ever-changing and fast-growing, many people become confused when researching the benefits and differences between Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Hemp Extract (Hemp Oil Extract). The 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp in the United States, which opened the doors to legalizing the CBD compound for public use. While CBD and Hemp Oil Extract are pretty new to the market, Hemp Seed Oil has been around for decades.  

Many people are already aware of the numerous benefits of the CBD compound in our body, and they are aware of the benefits of Hemp Oil Extract (which includes more cannabinoids than just CBD compound); however, there is still a misunderstanding in general about the differences between Hemp Oil Extract and Hemp Seed Oil.

CBD and Hemp Oil Extract

First of all, CBD is non-intoxicating cannabidiol extracted from Cannabis Sativa Plant. The Cannabis Sativa plant can produce over a hundred cannabinoids - and CBD is one of them.

There are two types of Cannabis sativa plants: Marijuana and Hemp. These two plants have the same compounds and cannabinoids, but there are some huge differences. The Hemp plant is a type of Cannabis that contains 0.3% or less of THC. Hemp has been described as non-intoxicating cannabis that is harvested for industrial use. The Marijuana plant is a type of Cannabis that contains more than 0.3% THC and has psychoactive effects (produces a “high” sensation) on the consumer.

CBD (cannabidiol) has gained popularity for various medical uses, and some people have even used it for such conditions as epilepsy, pain control, and addiction treatment. Isolate CBD oil usually contains only one compound – CBD. However, the actual hemp plant contains more than 100 different compounds. So, Hemp Oil Extract contains more than just one CBD compound. In addition to CBD, Hemp Oil Extract also contains CBG (Cannabigerol), CBC (Cannabichromene), CBN (Cannabinol), low amounts (less than the legal limit of 0.3%) of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), and many other beneficial compounds found in the hemp plant.

Each cannabinoid has a different effect on the body. While some of them promote relaxation, others promote wakefulness. Full-spectrum Hemp Oil Extract contains a mix of all compounds naturally occurring in the hemp plant. Even though the THC naturally occurring in hemp oil can produce psychoactive effects, it is such a very small amount that it won’t give you also the slightest sensation of making you high.

Thanks to all the compounds occurring in Hemp Oil Extract rather just CBD, our Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil Extract is much more effective in dealing with the overall wellness of your body, mind, and soul. Each compound from the Hemp Oil Extract has unique effects and benefits that affect our body differently. The Entourage Effect states that all compounds in cannabis perform better together - when taken together, they produce much better results and effect on the body than when taken alone.

Benefits of Hemp Oil Extract

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Hemp Oil has been known for its many health benefits to people and even pets. Hemp Oil Extract has been known to have health and wellness supporting properties like promoting stress relief, relaxation, promoting muscle pain relief, helping with healthy joint and cartilage function, assisting with weight loss, promoting the healthy immune system, promoting positive mood, enhancing sleep quality and improving focus.

Athletes love Hemp Oil Extract because it helps soothe muscle pain and even joint pain that can become aggravated by strenuous activity. It even helps with regenerating the skin. Some research shows how cannabinoids can help suppress inflammatory and neuropathic pain. Other studies show that cannabidiol can help reduce inflammation and pain without side effects.  

Cannabinoids have different purposes. For example, CBD is a non-psychoactive compound in a cannabis plant thought to have analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antiproliferative, antineoplastic, proapoptotic, and chemopreventive properties. THC is responsible for the psychotropic aspects of the plant. CBN is thought to be known for its sedative properties. CBG is thought to be responsible for hemp’s antibacterial and antiproliferative properties, as well as being an anti-inflammatory.

Hemp Seed Oil

These three words say it all. Hemp Seed Oil is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant, not the hemp flower, which is used in Hemp Oil Extract (or Hemp Oil). This oil doesn’t contain as many phytochemicals as the plant itself and doesn’t contain any CBD or THC. Hemp Seed Oil is cold-pressed and contains fatty acids, nutrients, and various bioactive vitamins and minerals.

Like Hemp Oil Extract, Hemp Seed Oil also has many health benefits. Hemp Seed Oil is known for promoting heart health, enhancing digestion, improving brain function, helping with hormone balance, and weight loss. Hemp Seed Oil is highly nutritious and a great daily supplement to foods.

If you’ve thought about trying the amazing health and wellness benefits of Hemp Oil Extract, consider Nesa’s Hemp. 

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Nesa’s Hemp is grown organically and holistically with the highest degree of care and without chemicals, additives, or pesticides. It is uniquely cold-pressed without damaging the plant and thereby providing “living hemp” in a bottle, so you can receive the full benefits and nutrition of the Hemp plant. We promise the best quality and amazing results! For more information, contact us today.

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Why Organic Hemp Oil?

Why Organic Hemp Oil?

Why Organic Hemp Oil?

Why Organic Hemp Oil?

As the hemp industry grows larger, more types of hemp oil and CBD oil appear. In this market, you can choose anything from a single CBD isolate oil to a complete full spectrum living hemp oil containing all cannabinoids beneficial to human health. As the industry grows larger, the misinformation grows larger as well.

While searching for the product that fits you the best, you will also come across organic and non-organic hemp oil or hemp extract options. Even though the majority of the industry today sells non-organic hemp oil products, more and more organic hemp oil products are becoming available. Organic hemp oil is more expensive than regular hemp oil. But is it better for you? The answer is, "yes!" 

Organic Hemp Oil

Organic hemp oil is much higher quality and a cleaner product with more health benefits than conventional non-organic hemp oil. As the hemp plant grows organically, it doesn't absorb any pesticides and chemicals. This leads to a higher nutritional value in the plant (and oil), much higher effectiveness, fewer toxins (that are transmitted to our body after using the oil), and no contamination that can cause health problems. These are all important aspects of organically grown hemp. 

There are many differences between organic hemp oil and non-organic, starting with the seed and ending with the method of extraction and bottling. 

Organic hemp oil starts with organic hemp seed and organic soil. Soil is a very important factor in determining the nutritional value of a hemp plant. Organic soil contains organic matter that is rich in many nutrients and minerals. The scientific definition of organic soil is "Of, relating to, or derived from living matter." Organic soil consists of decaying plant material, microorganisms, worms, and many other living things. Unlike organically grown hemp, conventionally grown hemp uses fertilizer at the beginning of the growing cycle. 

Organically grown and extracted hemp includes the full spectrum of cannabinoids that have never been compromised with pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or other chemical additives.

Certified organic hemp starts much cleaner from the moment it is grown in the soil and is an important assurance to the customers that the hemp oil produced follows strict government guidelines.

  • CBD products that are certified organic are held to much higher standards than conventional products
  • According to USDA, "organic" starts in the field and soil. The soil cannot have any organic-prohibited substances applied for three years before growing
  • Organic hemp farmers cannot use pesticides when growing, and no synthetic additives can be added to enhance growth
  • The soil must be maintained through organic and naturally-sourced fertilizers (if any), crop rotations, and natural ground tilling
  • According to USDA guidelines, genetic engineering is strictly prohibited, and organic hemp cannot come from genetically modified seeds
  • Organic crops must be kept separated from non-organic crops to avoid cross-contamination

    In the genetically modified world, we live in, it's important to give something more natural to our bodies. Something that hasn't interacted with any chemicals and pesticides.

    All chemicals and pesticides used to grow plants, fruits, and vegetables today contain toxins that are later transported to our body through food, which can contaminate and inflame our bodies and lead to health problems. 

    Organic is not just a certification. It's an assurance that the product has received a much higher degree of care throughout its lifecycle and has met a very specific list of requirements that enhance the benefits of the product while reducing the dangers we face from conventional production methods. 

    If you have thought about buying organic hemp oil, consider Nesa's Hemp. Nesa's Hemp is grown using the most holistic approach with no pesticides, no chemicals, and no additives.

    The CEO of Nesa's Hemp is passionate about using living soil to provide the most nutritional value to the plant possible. Nesa's Hemp is grown under strict supervision with love and care following all Oregon Tilth and USDA Organic standards. For more information, please contact us today.

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    How CBD Can Benefit Athletes

    How CBD Can Benefit Athletes

    How CBD Can Benefit Athletes

    How CBD Can Benefit Athletes

    Athleticism requires more than just being active and practicing sports every day. Most athletes use a variety of tools to enhance their performance and athleticism outside of daily training. They use protein shakes, eat the right foods, consume supplements, do a lot of muscle stretching, and use chiropractors frequently so they can maintain their health, and perform better. Overall well-being is crucial for athletes. 

    Athletes also put a lot of stress on their bodies as they participate in intense exercise constantly. As a result, many experience exercise-related inflammations and other problems.

    More and more athletes are using CBD/Hemp products for better performance and health management. This is especially true beginning in 2018 when both the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) removed CBD from the prohibited substances list. Unlike THC, CBD, and hemp oil extract don’t produce a psychoactive reaction and are permitted for use by athletes. 

    The hemp oil extract is different than CBD oil. CBD oil contains only one compound, which is CBD, and is overly-processed in order to extract that one compound. On the other hand, hemp extract contains many crucial hemp compounds that work together with CBD (called the “entourage effect”), which multiply the effect of CBD and also are beneficial to our bodies in their own ways. Like most types of CBD oil, hemp extract or hemp oil contains a trace amount of THC, which is always below the legal limit of 0.03%.

    There are many ways of consuming CBD (and ideally, the other beneficial compounds found in hemp, including CBG, CBC, CBA, terpenes, and phytonutrients.) It can be taken as oil, capsules, lotion, cream, and edibles.

    CBD and hemp extract were previously used as nutritional supplements, but athletes increasingly have been using them for enhanced performance, faster recovery, better muscle function, sleep quality, and many other reasons.

    Benefits of Hemp Oil for Athletes

    1. Hemp oil promotes athletic recovery.  

    Using hemp oil as a tincture or lotion can help alleviate pain during recovery. The anti-inflammatory effect of CBD and other compounds may also help in speeding up the recovery process, especially when taken as a tincture.

    Hemp oil reduces aches and pain. 

    1.  After intense competition or practice, the body can experience pain. Some studies have indicated that hemp oil can reduce the intensity of exercise-induced aches and pain.
    2. Hemp oil supports healthy, restful sleep.

    Sleep is vital for athletic performance. During sleep, bones and muscles recover from the strain athletes put on them during competition and practice. So, to perform well, sleep is crucial. Better sleep quality results in improved reaction time decreased injury risk and higher energy levels. Hemp oil is known for supporting sleep quality, and it calms the nervous system and relaxes the body without creating any psychoactive effects. It even helps to reduce stress, so the benefits of rest and sleep are fully realized.

    Hemp oil can reduce inflammation. 

    1.  One of the features of hemp oil is its anti-inflammatory effect. Inflammation can occur from an injury or excessive training and intense practice. Inflammation can prevent athletes from performing their best and remaining competitive. CBD and other compounds in hemp oil are reported to help reduce the effects of inflammation and keep the athlete on the playing field.
    2. Hemp oil can help manage stress.

    Athletes will often experience stress before competitions or even afterward. Stress can also result from every-day life situations. In either case, hemp oil can help reduce stress in the body and calm the mind calm so the athlete can compete at his/her highest level.

    If you are an athlete who takes good care of your body, you should know that Nesa’s Hemp Oil extract is a certified organic product that is free of chemicals, solvents, and heavy metals. It is naturally produced through a unique process that yields the highest naturally occurring cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients. For more information, please contact us today.

    As an athlete who takes good care of your body, you should know that Nesa’s Hemp Oil extract is a certified organic product that is free of chemicals, solvents, and heavy metals.  It is naturally produced through a unique process that yields the highest naturally occurring cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients. For more information, please contact us today. 

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    How Organic Hemp Oil Benefits Skin

    How Organic Hemp Oil Benefits Skin

    How Organic Hemp Oil Benefits Skin

    How Organic Hemp Oil Benefits Skin
    Organic hemp oil benefits the mind and body as a whole. Hemp product users continue to celebrate the positive affects hemp oil has had on their mood, sleeping patterns, and even stress.

    Although, many users focus on the changes from within, organic hemp oil products can work to restore the whole-body from the inside-out, including the condition and appearance of the skin.

    This is because, aside from the benefits gained from CBD compounds, organic hemp oil is also rich in essential vitamins and nutrients that promote skin health.

    In this article, we take a closer look into those accompanying properties to better understand how organic hemp oil benefits the skin.

    Hydration Properties

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    Fatty acids, such as Omega 3s and Omega 6s, are key nutrients our bodies need but are unable to produce. They are the foundational blocks for healthy cell creation and work as the skin’s natural barrier -- locking in moisture while protecting the skin from harmful UV rays.

    Organic hemp oil is rich in fatty acids, As a result, users often report soothed and more hydrated skin after regularly applying hemp products.

    Non-Comedogenic Properties

    A common concern about supplemental oils and skincare is the clogging of pores and the overproduction of natural oils, which may lead to severe acne and skin redness. However, organic hemp oil is non-comedogenic, meaning it does not clog pores. Instead, it works to hydrate the skin and regulate its oil production.

    Many people find it counterintuitive to apply oil in an effort to reduce oil, but by doing so, they may experience clearing and prevention of acne. Whether you have oily or dry skin, organic hemp oil may improve its appearance and the balance of oil production.

    Anti-Aging Properties

    Organic hemp oil is rich in Vitamin E, an antioxidant that protects and preserves skin cells and potentially reduces some signs of aging. These natural vitamins aid in reducing fine lines and wrinkles while still helping users achieve more hydrated and supple skin. This is why hemp oil is considered to be the modern-day fountain of youth for some.

    Get the Most From Your Hemp Product

    Note that the product you choose and how you use it will directly relate to your own skin benefits. It is important to read the product label instructions carefully to properly apply the product and to obtain the most benefits.

    Also, it’s important to note that, even though the product may be organic hemp oil, it could contain unwanted additives or impurities as a result of the extraction and manufacturing process. In some cases using these products, could have adverse effects on your skin and overall health. Yes, organic hemp oil benefits the skin. But, be careful to make the healthiest choice in product selection.

    Nesa’s Hemp is home to the world’s finest CBD Hemp Oil. Our hemp oil extract is cold-pressed, certified organic, and rich with naturally occurring CBD, in addition to vital nutrients that help restore balance in the body.

    For any questions regarding organic hemp oil, please contact us. We would be happy to share our expertise, knowledge, and product with you.

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    5 Natural Ways Hemp Oil May Help the Wellness of Your Whole Body

    5 Natural Ways Hemp Oil May Help the Wellness of Your Whole Body

    5 Natural Ways Hemp Oil May Help the Wellness of Your Whole Body

    5 Natural Ways Hemp Oil May Help The Wellness of Your Whole Body
    Hemp oil has numerous therapeutic qualities. Several may contribute to your whole body and lifestyle wellness. We list and share a few of those hemp oil benefits that have left many users feeling healthy and restored.  

    1. Pain Relief

    Products containing hemp oil have been quickly adopted by those who suffer from chronic pain. 

    Among the many benefits that our users experience, some of the main ones are:

    • Sense of calm for focus
    • Relief from everyday stresses
    • Help in recovery from exercise-induced inflammation
    • Support for  healthy sleep cycles

    Modern physicians prescribe over-the-counter medications or highly addictive opioids to subside their pain. Yet, continued use of these drugs, over a long period of time can be detrimental to overall health. Thus, this puts chronic pain sufferers at higher risk for developing worse conditions, experiencing harsh side effects, or withdrawal symptoms.

    Rather than consuming synthetics medications, patients are avoiding them altogether in efforts to preserve their health. They are choosing hemp oil as a healthier alternative to traditional pharmaceutical medications. 

    Hemp oil extract users have reported experiencing chronic pain relief without the harsh side effects or painful withdrawal. 

    2. Helps Manage Everyday Stress

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    Adulthood is often coupled with feelings of stress, anxiety. And when these become everyday occurrences, it hinders the quality of life and health. 

    Life should be enjoyable. But, when weighed down by overwhelming emotions, it can be challenging to experience how great life can be. Those struggling with poor mental health have turned to hemp oil seeking its therapeutic benefits and a better perspective on being.

    Accordingly, hemp oil users have reported drastic improvements in their mental health. They have expressed greater feelings of happiness, wholeness, and a brighter outlook on their lives. 

    3. Reduced Exercise-induced Inflammation

    Exercise is an essential aspect of life, especially if you wish to live a full and healthy one. But after a workout or any rigorous activity, some may experience discomfort and pain, which are both symptoms of muscle tension and inflammation. 

    To combat post-workout aches and pain, individuals are integrating hemp oil into their fitness routine. World-class athletes, bodybuilders, and those who participate in lighter exercise have expressed a greater sense of relaxation and reduced muscle soreness after physical activities when taking this natural health supplement.

    4. More Restful Sleep

    There are many people who, for various reasons, are unable to receive adequate rest. And, unfortunately, lack of sleep can have long-term negative effects on your mental and physical health. Therefore, not only is a full-nights sleep ideal, but it is also necessary to promote whole-body wellness.

    People diagnosed with sleep disorders, such as insomnia, have participated in studies related to hemp oil and their night-time behaviors. Research suggests that hemp oil and its CBD CBN compounds played a role in improving sleep. In fact, study participants fell asleep quicker and easier. Not to mention, they had a deeper, more restful sleep causing them to awake feeling more relieved.

    More research is still taking place to fully understand hemp oils impacts on sleep and treating sleep disorders. But hemp oil users not within these studies have shared similar testimonies.

    5. Improved Skin Appearance

    Hemp oil users frequently state that the product has had positive effects on their skin. Some who previously suffered from dry, itchy, or aging skin have claimed to witness a reversal. Their skin appears healthier, moisturized, and supple. Although most hemp oils were created for oral consumption, individuals struggling with eczema, psoriasis, or skin inflammation are now applying the product topically in hopes of improving the health of their skin.

    The Takeaway
    There are many reported benefits when it comes to using hemp oil. However, each experience will vary depending on the user or the product. Although we shared five natural ways hemp oil can help the wellness of your whole body, we do not guarantee that you will feel these effects yourself.

    For more information regarding hemp oil and how it may impact your health, please contact us today. We would love the opportunity to extend our hemp oil and CBD knowledge to you.

    Nesa’s Hemp Oil extract is a certified organic product that is free of pesticides, toxic fertilizers, or other chemicals.

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