Your Relief Is One Softgel Away
You’ve probably heard of a thousand different “natural” ways to manage anxiety, stress, and restless sleep… yet none of them worked.
Here’s why CBD is different. CBD is a phytocannabinoid (a cannabinoid found in plants) that, when consumed, causes your body to make more endocannabinoids (cannabinoids found in your body).
When you take CBD, it forces the system in your body that deals with anxiety, stress, and sleep, to relax and heal itself. CBD isn’t like an NSAID (like ibuprofen), which just dulls the receptors in your brain; CBD actually causes your body to begin repairing itself and finally achieve relief.
You know better than anyone how exhausting it is living with anxiety – so it’s time for you to let CBD bring you peace.
USA Medical CBD softgels are expertly crafted with the purest, organic ingredients.
Hemp Oil Blend
A blend of phytocannabinoid-rich (broad-spectrum) THC-free hemp distillate containing:
- 89.1% total CBD (including CBD-A & CBDV)
- 1% CBC
- 1% CBE
- 0.2% CBG
- 1% CBN
- 1% CBT
- 6.7% other minor cannabinoids
The coating of nanoparticles (in this case, CBD molecules) with polysorbate emulsifiers increases the bioavailability of the CBD. That means that that polysorbate makes it incredibly easy for your body to digest and process the CBD softgels! CBD oil must be absorbed under your tongue (known as sublingually) because CBD breaks down when it comes in contact with your stomach acid. In order to prevent this breakdown from occurring with our CBD softgels, the polysorbate emulsifying process is necessary.
In addition to increasing the bioavailability of the CBD, the polysorbate also dramatically extends the shelf life of the CBD softgels!
Medium Chain Triglycerides
Everyone’s interest in medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) has skyrocketed over the last few years. This is due to the many benefits of coconut oil, which is a rich source of MCTs.
MCTs are healthy fats, and, given the shorter chain length of MCTs, they’re rapidly broken down and absorbed into the body. That means the calories in MCTs are more efficiently turned into energy and used by the body. Other well-known sources of MCTs are:
- Coconut oil: 55%
- Palm kernel oil: 54%
- Whole milk: 9%
- Butter: 8%
It’s believed that MCTs may aid weight loss by reducing calorie intake and fat storage and increasing fullness, calorie-burning, and ketone levels on low-carb diets.
Caryophyllene is a common terpene found in hemp. It has gained the attention of scientific researchers when it was discovered to be one of the first non-cannabinoids to directly activate cannabinoid receptors.
The data suggest that, in many cases, caryophyllene can provide pain relief. Furthermore, in one study, caryophyllene enhanced the pain-reducing strength of low-dose morphine. This could be one reason why those using prescription opioids from pain are often able to decrease their dose of opioids when they begin using medical cannabis.
The activation of CB2 receptors by caryophyllene certainly plays a role in its anti-pain effects, but it also contributes to its ability to protect the body and brain from disease. For instance, brain inflammation plays a substantial role in the onset and progression of Alzheimer’s disease. It can also protect against cognitive decline due to early-onset Alzheimer’s.
How To Dose: USA Medical CBD Softgels
Dosing USA Medical CBD softgels is made easy for you! Our softgels come in 10mg and 25mg capsules for you to easily dose in increments of either 10mg or 25mg of CBD.
Each softgel concentration is available in both a 30-pack and 90-pack.
The average dose of CBD for both new and experienced users ranges from 10-25mg of CBD per dose. We recommend a dose of 10-25mg of CBD, 1-2 times daily.
Any dose above 25mg will cause drowsiness, so reserve that dose for bedtime!
How We're Different
The precision required to ensure our CBD oil remains potent and effective when taken in softgel form is not to be taken lightly. Our GMP-certified manufacturing facility takes pride in following strict guidelines as per CDPHE regulations. In addition to the science-backed ingredients in USA Medical CBD softgels, our softgels are:
- Broad Spectrum 0.0% THC
- Manufactured in the USA
Like all USA Medical products, our CBD softgels are lab-certified free from heavy metals and residual solvents, so you can be sure that everything you purchase from USA Medical is safe, effective, and affordable!
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