CBD Oil 

Bienestar Organics 

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Sustainably Harvested 

100 % Organic 

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Available in Bucerias

What is CBD Oil ?

CANNABIDIOL is a primary component of the cannabis/hemp plant and is non-psychoactive.

CBD is one of more than eighty-five compounds unique to the plant and grouped under the umbrella term Cannabinoids. Our CBD oil is combined with a carrier oil made from pure organic, sustainably harvested coconut oil.

 

How does CBD Oil work ?

CBD Oil works by stimulating & interacting with receptors found throughout our bodies which regulate many basic functions of the body like pain perception, body temperature and inflammation.

 

Benefits of CBD Oil …

Alleviate pain and cancer-related symptoms, Multiple sclerosis symptoms, regulates blood sugar levels, eases anxiety including OCD, ADHD, PTSD, natural antidepressant, suppresses muscle spasms, reduces the risk of artery blockage & inflammation, increases cerebral blood flow, relieves digestive issues, beneficial in epilepsy treatment and other seizure disorders, inhibits cell growth in tumors & cancer cells. Our oil is also safe for your pets.

 

Is CBD Oil Legal ?

Bienestar CBD Oil does not contain THC and is therefore legal, in over one hundred countries. Including Mexico, Canada & the USA. 

 

Safety & Side Effects ?

The majority of time, CBD oil has zero interactions or side effects. CBD oil may interact with a few uncommon prescription medications, and so we suggest that you seek the advice of your Doctor, prior to treatment.

 

Dosage...

Recommended daily dosage starts at 5 milligrams (mgs)

(14 drops equals 5 milligrams so take 7 drops twice daily)

Each bottle contains 200 milligrams (therefore one bottle equals approximately a month supply) 

 

Where to obtain authentic CBD Oil  ?

Bienestar Organic CBD Oil is available to purchase at  Jody’s Bucerias located at #32 Avenue Mexico in Bucerias...

Open Weekdays 9am - 1pm 

 

Contact Us

Phone 322 147 6832 

 

Bienestarorganics@gmail.com

 

 

A Closer Look into CBD Oil

The Human endocannabinoid system is a biological system, which consists of two receptors CB1 & CB2. These receptors are found on cell surfaces and impact various biological processes.

Including: Appetite, Metabolism, Pain, Sleep, Mood, Movement, Temperature, Memory and Learning Immune function, Inflammation, Neural development, Cardiovascular Function and Digestion.  

CBD can also increase the amount of anandamide in the body. Known as the “bliss molecule” This molecule plays a role in the neural generation

of pleasure and motivation.

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Facts about CBD Oil...

Facts and myths about CBD

 

If you’re seeing these three letters on products ranging capsules to cappuccinos, along with enticing claims that CBD relieves stress, chronic pain, and more, you may wonder  whether this new health craze is for real. You might why also wonder why some CBD products are labeled with what looks like a marijuana leaf. Here’s what you need to know before you try it.

 

1.-) It’s not the same thing as medical marijuana.

CBD is short for cannabidiol, which is found in cannabis plants. Most of the CBD products for sale nationwide are made from hemp, a type of cannabis that is a botanical cousin to marijuana. CBD won’t make you                 high-tetrahydro-cannabinol (THC) is the substance that does that, and there is very little if any of it in hemp. (Thee Mexican amount of THC legally allowed is 0.3 percent.)

 

2.-) Legal restrictions are fading but not gone.

The 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp from the list of banned substances, where it had lived alongside marijuana since the 1907s. (Hemp can als be turned into paper clothes, and more.)  But in Idaho, Nabraska, and South Dakota CBD is still out-lawed. And in states where marijuana is legal for medicinal or recreational use, CBD products can be made from marijuana and might therefore contain more than the legal limit of THC. Those products can’t be carried or shipped across state lines, says the U.S. Drug Enforcement  Administration.

 

3.-) It’s taking surprising forms.

CBD is commonly sold as  a liquid, or tincture, that you place under  your tongue. You can also smoke it via a vape pen with cartridges containing CBD oi, or buy pills and topical creams. Others CBD-infused bat bombs, ice cream, cocktails, and coffee.  Total sales are estimated to top $1 billion by 2020.

 

4.-) It works on the brain and throughout the body.

The National Instiutes of Health (NIH) describes CBD as neuroprotective,” meaning it affects the nervous system, including your brain. It interacts with receptors throughout  your body helping it to relax, fall asleep, and block pain signals.

 

5.-) Some people swear by it.

According to Consumer reports surveys, 26 percent of Americans have tried CBD, and the majority of users say it helped with anxiety, joint pain, sleep, and other issues.

 

6.-) It has been used for centuries.

Ancient tablets mention that CBD was used medicinally in asia as far back as 1800 BC. Americans medical  journals from the 1700s. cite hemp seed and roots as treatments for incontinence and skin inflammation.

 

7.-) However, there’s (mostly) no proof that CBD delivers.

Despite that anecdotal evidence, CBD has not been widely studied, which is not surprising considering it was illegal until recently. As Orrin Devinsky, MD, a professor of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry at NYC Langone Health, puts it, “There’s a lot of religion out there, but not a lot of date.” The few (mostly small) studies conducted found that CBD can relive symptoms of multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, and anxiety. Animal studies show it has promise for helping with nerve pain, diabetes, depression, and more. But until larger, well-designed human studies demonstrate clear benefits, any claims from CBD products are just that. NIH invested $15 million in research in 2017, a promising start.

 

8.) it has been proved to help one condition.

Last summer, the FDA approved a drug containing CBD called Epidiolex,  which has been shown to reduce severe, mostly untreatable epileptic seizures in children.

 

9.-) you can’t be certain what you’re buying.

In states where marijuana is legal, you can purchase CBD  products at  licensed cannabis dispensaries. Those products  are tested to make sure they contain what they claim. Elsewhere, be-cause CBD is not yet regulated by the FDA, it’s up to manufacturers to do the quality control. A 2017 journal of the American Medical Association analysis reported that almost 70 percent of products sold online do not contain the amount of CBD stated on the label, with some containing more and some containing less. Look for companies that test their products and share the results, such as Bluebird Botanicals, Charlotte’s Web, and Floyd’s  of Leadville. Also CVS and Walgreens have begun selling topical CBD in a few states and certify that their products are lab-tested for quality purity.

 

   

10.-) You might experience side effects.

While CBD has no known serious risks, Dr. Devinsky points out that it can cause fatigue weight  loss, and diarrhea. It could also interact with some medications. Talk to your doctor before  you start taking CBD (or any other new drug or supplement.)

 

11.-) It might take time to kick in

Vaping and liquid forms may provide fast relief for acute pain, but most CBD products to how any benefits. You may have to try several products before you find one that helps you.In states where marijuana is iegal, dispensers are trained to assist.

 

12.-) Your pet might benefit

Ask your vet about CBD tinctures capsules, and treats for horses, dog, and cats, marketed  to help relieve hip and joint pain, anxiety, and seizures.

 

13.-) It offers one big promise.

According to the World Health Organizatioin, CBD is nonaddictive which meand it could be an alternative to habit-forming opioid drugs. In their new book cannabis and CBD for Health  and wellness, Aliza Sherman and Junella Chin, DO, write, “we belive someday cannabis will be in everyone’s medicine chests like it used to be.” Assuming of course, CBD lives up to its hype. 

 

Source: Readers Digest Canada July 2019