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THCa Flower and THCa Hashish

Flowers are frozen immediately after harvest to preserve the live essence of the cannabis plant, and those frozen buds are later transferred into the ice water vessel when it’s time to extract the resin glands. To create our Live Bubble hash crumble.


What is the endocannabinoid system?

The endocannabinoid system is a fascinating and complex network of compounds and receptors that are found throughout our bodies. In order to understand what the endocannabinoid system is, we need to learn what it does, what makes it up, and how it interacts with CBD. The endocannabinoid system was only discovered in the 1990’s so we are in the early days of understanding all that it does but we’ll do our best to explain below.

Defining  the edoccannabinoid system

In a nutshell, the endocannabinoid system's main purpose is to maintain a state of internal balance or homeostasis. The human body is similar to the dashboard of your vehicle. It is constantly monitoring different levels to make sure that  you are in the optimal zone. When things get out of whack, perhaps the temperature gets to high, or the fuel levels get to low, you get an alert on the dash.

Similary, when things change in our outer enviroment that impact our internal climate, the endocannabinoid system responds to set things right. Let's say you havn't eaten all day, your energy levels are low, and you need to refuel. That increase in appetite and feeling of hunger is your endocannabinoid system reminding you to get your calories in.


What functions does the endocannabinoid system regulate?

Above we used the example of not eating all day, but many biological functions benefit from operating within a healthy range. The endocannabinoid system can help regulate all of these biological functions, including your :


  • Appetite and digestion

  • Temperature

  • Immune function

  • Inflammation

  • Motor Control

  • Mood

  • Memory

  • Sleep

  • Pain and pleasure response

The ECS is able to regulate these functions through its communication with the nervous system, digestive system, and immune system-by way of the cannabinoid receptors. Although others exist, to date researchers have focused mainly on two cannabinoid receptors.


Because cannabinoid receptors are located throughout your body, your ECS is able to act with precision whenever it addresses an issue of imbalance in one of your bodily systems. It can pinpoint an area with inflammation and target that issue specifically, rather than affecting other systems and throwing more things out of whack.

  • CB1 receptors reside in your central nervous system, which consist of your brain and the nervesin your spinal cord.
  • CB2 receptors reside in your peripheranervous system, which consist of the nerves located throughout the reast of your body (enabling your brain to communicate with these areas), as well as your digestive and immune systems.


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CBD Sublingual Serving Suggestion

Cannabidiol (CBD) is very personalized, as everyone’s endo-cannabinoid system is a different state of balance, each person’s body will be able to effectively utilize a different amount of CBD. This serving guide is a suggestion. It is usually best to start with a small serving and work up in small increments until you find the optimum serving size for you.

Bottle Strength                                         Start with                      Increase by

30 drops per ml - one full squeeze equals 1 ml           

250mg 15 ml ( 16.6 mg/ml- 0.55mg/drop)           5-15 drops per day                4 drops per day

500mg 30ml (16.6 mg/ml- 0.55mg/drop)             5-15 drops per day                4 drops per day

1000mg 30ml (33.33 mg/ml- 1.11mg/drop)         5-10 drops per day                2-3 drops per day

1500mg 30ml (50 mg/ml- 1.65mg/drop)               3-7 drops per day                 2-3 drops per day

3000mg 60ml (50 mg/ml- 1.65mg/drop)               3-7 drops per day                 2-3 drops per day


Servings can be taken all at once or broken up into 2-3 servings per day.

Start with the suggested serving size and stay with it for 3-4 days, then increase by the suggested amount each day until you get the desired relief, or until the additional drops do not add to the relief you are getting. This will be your optimum dose.


For maximum benefit drops should be placed under your tongue and held for 30-60 seconds and then swallowed. Drops may also be added to food, drink, or placed in capsules and taken, though they will have lower bio availability when taken like this.


NOTE: Exceeding the suggested serving dose will not cause any harm. We simply suggest starting low and working your way up so you are not wasting the CBD by taking more than your body can use.

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The products sold on this site and these statements herein have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It is your responsibility to know your local, state and federal laws before making a purchase. All products on this website are intended for legal use. Please consult with your medical physician before taking any of our health supplements.  Prior to purchasing a product(s) on this website, you should confirm legality of the product in the state where you request shipment.

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