50 mg CBD + 445 mg Bioflavonoid content / 1 capsule!
1,500 mg CBD + 13,350 mg Bioflavonoid content / 30 capsules!
What is a CBD?
Cannabidiol or CBD is a non-intoxicating component of the cannabis plant that has enormous therapeutic potential. Although CBD does not cause as psychoactive effects as THC, it is attracting quite a lot of interest among scientists, health professionals, and medical cannabis users who use CBD-rich products to treat problems such as chronic pain, cancer, Crohn’s disease. , diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, post-traumatic stress disorder, cardiovascular disease, anxiety, antibiotic-resistant infections, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia and more.
Scientific research is being conducted in many countries around the world to study the effects of CBD on these and other diseases. Scientists refer to CBD as a “trapping” compound because it exerts a therapeutic effect in a variety of ways, deeply exploring how we function at the physiological and biological levels. Extensive preclinical research and some clinical trials have demonstrated the potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, antidepressant, antipsychotic, antitumor, and neuroprotective properties of CBD. Cannabidiol is able to alter gene expression and remove beta-amyloid plaque from the brain, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease.
Facts about CBD:
CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is one of the active ingredients in the cannabis plant. It is a well-known naturally occurring cannabinoid molecule, or phytocannabinoid, found in the highest amounts in cannabis, i.e. hemp plants, but also in smaller quantities in other plants such as flax or azaleas. Like THC, CBD is produced in the inflorescence of the plant, with only negligible amounts in the leaves, stems, and seeds.
Science currently accounts for the existence of more than 100 cannabinoids, with CBD being the second best known and researched in addition to THC. CBD, unlike THC, has no psychoactive effect, so it does not cause intoxication, so-called “tearing.” This property is beneficial for patients who want to avoid or reduce the mind-altering effects of cannabis, such as children, pregnant mothers, or the elderly. This cannabinoid has caused a lot of excitement in recent years – and for good reason.
WHO Comment on Therapeutic Effects:
The WHO has published a “review of diseases for which CBD may have therapeutic benefits”. This is derived from research published by Pisanti et al. (2017) in the scientific journal Pharmacology & Therapeutics.
The list of diseases includes:
– Alzheimer’s disease.
– Parkinson’s disease.
– Multiple sclerosis.
– Huntington’s disease.
– Ischemic-hypoxic injury.
– Inflammatory diseases.
– Rheumatoid arthritis.
– Inflammatory bowel and Crohn’s disease.
– Cardiovascular diseases.
– Diabetic complications.
– Nicotine addiction.
One of the most interesting effects of CBD is its ability to interact with other cannabis compounds, such as terpenes. The compounds work together to provide a more beneficial effect to the user than alone. In the words of Dr. Russo, CBD has a “synergistic contribution” to the effects of cannabis on the body.
Why is CBD not psychoactive?
The reason why CBD is not psychoactive is that it does not exert its effects in the same pathways as THC and binds to CB1 receptors only to a very small extent. CB1 receptors are found in high concentrations in the brain and these pathways are responsible for the psychoactive effects of THC. A 2011 study published by Current Drug Safety concluded that CBD “does not interfere with psychomotor and psychological functions.” The authors add that several studies suggest that CBD is “well tolerated and safe” even at high doses. —————————————-
What are Flavonoids?
The name flavonoids refers to a group of compounds whose members have a similar chemical backbone and are found mainly in the peel and seeds of fruits and vegetables. Flavonoids are produced by plants for their own protection.
It is important to know about the physiological effects of flavonoids, that they act mainly in the digestive and circulatory systems and are absorbed in the intestinal tract. It neutralizes free radicals, ie they have an antioxidant effect, reduce the risk of atherosclerosis. They inhibit thrombosis, increase the elasticity of blood vessel walls. They have an effect on sootome lesions (mutagenesis) and the process of developing malignancies (carcinogenesis).
They lower LDL (“bad” cholesterol) and blood fat (serum tridlyceride) levels. They have a liver and sunscreen effect. They are anti-inflammatory, prevent long-term complications of diabetes mellitus, and have antiviral, antibacterial effects.
Watch the short introductory video about Flavonoids.:
How long have we known about Flavonoids?
In 1936, Albert Szent-Györgyi and István Rusznyák were the first to show that two flavonoids (rutin, naringenin) from citrus fruits reduce the fragility and permeability of capillaries, which is why rutin was first named vitamin P. Since then, science has isolated thousands of similar compounds.
What are Flavonoids good for?
Flavonoids increase the body’s antioxidant capacity, which can reduce the cell-destroying effects of free radicals. They support the optimal operation of the defense system.
Red grapes can help the vascular system to function optimally, improve circulation. Through its antioxidant properties, it can help protect cells from the destructive effects of free radicals.
What is an antioxidant effect and what are free radicals?
The antioxidant property of a substance means its ability to bind and neutralize free radicals.
Free radicals are extremely unstable and “aggressive” molecules that try to oxidize cells.
If they are excessively present in our bodies, they can damage vital biological molecules — in the worst case, DNA. This is called oxidative stress.
Flavin7 Bioflavonoid complex (red grape seed-husk drying, sorghum seed-husk drying, blackberry seed husk drying, black cherry husk drying, blackcurrant seed husk drying, redcurrant seed husk drying, plum husk drying, plum husk) isolate (CBD 90%), capsule shell: gelatin, dye: titanium dioxide.
Each capsule can be pulled apart and the active ingredient in it can be consumed without it!
Active ingredient in daily dose:
|2 capsules||4 capsules|
296.6 mg ± 10%
593.2 mg ± 10%
|CBD||100 mg||200 mg|
Recommended daily intake:
– 2-4×1 capsules / day, 6×1 capsules daily as needed and needed.
– 30 capsules.