Daily Dosage Blog 7

It has been discovered that our bodies have endocannabinoid receptors, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov which have been starved of cannabinoid (CBD), with the recent reintroduction of CBD in many types and strengths the body is re-engaging and getting positive results with people’s general well-being.
Not all bodies are the same and react in different ways, Quantum1™believes in total transparency, some people endocannabinoids are weak, so taking CBD may not get the reactions they were hoping.
Dosage is important although our daily recommended dose is 70mg, if taking for the first time it is best to start taking a lower dosage and gradually up the intake and CBD strength, while assessing your body’s reaction.
People take CBD for many reasons, sleep, anxiety, stress, aches & pains, general health benefits, some use the oil directly on their skin, (although Quantum1™ do sell a CBD rescue cream). CBD is not addictive and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. You cannot overdose on CBD but taking more than the recommended daily dose can cause mild side effects if taking too much. (Please keep to/or under the daily recommended dosage)

What to look for in a good CBD product:
Vegan/Gluten free & GMO free: Oil that is free from pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilisers, free from metals.
COA: Certificate of Authenticity: A UK laboratory certificate of analysis which you can find on our website (www.quantum1cbd.com) showing the amount of CBD in the product. Our 500mg (5%) and 1000mg (10%) oils or 300mg (3%) capsules cover a range of strengths, giving you choice depending on your needs.
Extraction methods: At Quantum1™ our lab uses HPLC (high-performance liquid chromatography) a non-toxic and efficient method guaranteeing quality CBD, Terpenes, flavonoids and phytochemicals
THC: Tetrahydrocannabinol if more than 0.01%THC can be considered illegal and unregulated in the UK market, check the COA to give you peace of mind.
Trusted Brand: Members of Association of Cannabinoid Industry (ACI), Quantum1cbd prides itself on honesty, transparency and quality products

There have been studies especially in the US regarding Cows grazing on the hemp plant and is it possible that CBD and even THC could find its way into the food chain. It has been said pre the ban in 1937 farmers allowed their livestock to eat wild hemp. This in turn would help with our endocannabinoid receptors as small doses of CBD would work their way to our milk consummation. Maybe with the reintroduction of CBD it becomes part of our daily diet again and benefits us without knowing or why wait and get it directly from Quantum1™