Adaptogens are a rare class of highly specialized plants and marine extracts that are alterative, in that they exert a desired action on the animal body but they are also tonic in function, in that they tone and strengthen all body systems. Adaptogens are naturally coded plants and marine compounds which help identify all types of distress, stress and imbalance in the animal body systems and then work to help nutritionally and phytochemically correct imbalance and restore health. There are two classes of adaptogens, primary first class and secondary class. Primary first class adaptogens are the most dynamic in terms of delivering nutritional and positive, alterative actions on the body and are recognized globally as some of the most important natural health and healing tools. Adaptogen plants and marine produts have been used in traditional medical systems for over 4000 years!
CBD Hemp Oil impacts separate biochemical pathways (the Endocannabinoid System) and has been determined that it can be used alongside current medications safely. Recent studies suggest CBD oil may potentiate some heart medications and may be cautioned for use with some heart medications. Please use CBD under the guidance of a professional veterinarian. There Is A Difference Between CBD PCR Hemp Oil and Hemp Hearts. Hemp, also called industrial hemp, refers to the product of the cannabis plant containing a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration (THC) of no more than .3 % on a dry weight basis. Hemp is one of the oldest domesticated crops known to man. It is a hearty plant and grows quickly in diverse soil conditions.
Cultivation of hemp for industrial purposes has been done by many civilizations for over 12,000 years. It is used to make over 25,000 consumer products and has various eco -friendly applications including clothing, rope, canvas, paper, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, and food. Hemp hearts are shelled and expeller pressed hemp seeds. Hemp Hearts are a nutritional power house as a complete protein source and do NOT contain CBD PCR Phyto-Cannabinoid Rich Hemp Oil or THC. Hemp Hearts do contain essential fatty acids (Omega-3 and Omega -6), amino acid, antioxidants and are a great source of soluble fiber. Additionally, they are packed with vitamins and minerals including vitamins A ,B1, B2,E, plus minerals, calcium and iron. Hemp hearts may help provide a broad spectrum of health benefits and has been shown to be an easily digested protein which may be important for dogs and cats with sensitive stomachs, may help improve digestion, may help increase energy, may help decrease blood pressure, may help decrease inflammation, may help improve circulation, may help boost immunity and may help provide joint lubricating and skin and coat benefits. Farmers recognized the benefits of hemp cultivation for their fields: fallen leaves created fertilized and replenished the nitrogen, nutrients and oxygen, allowing farmers to rotate other crops. Hemp was utilized for tool-making, equipment and harvested for fiber. Chinese used the hemp stalks for building materials, clothing, shoes and food, discovering that hemp seed is high in protein, vitamins, and essential fatty and amino acids. Hemp paper was found to be more durable than papyrus. 100 AD: Descriptions found in the world’s oldest pharmacopoeia “Pen Ts'ao Ching” recognize the healing qualities of hemp, using hemp seed oil to treat pain, skin irritation, rheumatic pain, intestinal constipation, disorders of the female reproductive system, and malaria. King Henry VIII fined his constituents if they did not grow hemp. Hemp became the primary source of clothing material. 1616: Hemp was cultivated by North American settlers in Jamestown, for clothing, building materials, sails, and weapons. 1619: The Virginia Assembly required all citizens to grow hemp. 1800: Most of the newly formed United States were cultivating industrial hemp on large scales. American society became aware of the industrial and medicinal uses of hemp. 1851: The United States Dispensatory, a less restrictive medical guide that included drugs not recognized in the pharmacopoeia, included hemp extract and medical cannabis. 1930: The Federal Bureau of Narcotics was created and Henry Anslinger was appointed to lead the department. 1937: The Marijuana Tax Act federally outlawed the use and non-industrial cultivation of the cannabis plant in America, without deferentially the clear differences between hemp and marijuana. 1942: The United States Department of Agriculture encouraged American farmers to plant cannabis for hemp cultivation for the war effort.
The government distributed seeds and offered draft deferments to farmers who produced the crops. By 1943 farmers had cultivated nearly 400,000 acres of hemp. 1970: The industrial cultivation of hemp was banned under the Controlled Substances Act as a Schedule I drug. Farm Bill into law allowing for the cultivation of hemp. The Bill allows state departments of agriculture and institutions of higher education to introduce industrial hemp cultivation programs. Present: Legislation is constantly being introduced in various states to allow and promote the cultivation of industrial hemp. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and is not intended for human consumption.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. In 2018, a farm bill passed that made the production of industrial hemp legal in the United States.