You probably have questions about CBD, cannabinoids, and all the other good stuff in Feist. That’s great, because we probably have answers.

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Cannabinoids are powerful compounds found primarily in the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant and are known for supporting body and mind in various ways. The most widely known cannabinoids are CBD, CBG, and CBN.

Cannabinoids from plants are referred to as phytocannabinoids and those produced by the human body are called endocannabinoids. (The prefix Phyto- means plant, while endo- means that it comes from within.) Cannabinoids are the primary chemical compounds produced by the cannabis plant.

CBD and other cannabinoids interact with the receptors of the body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS). This helps keep you healthy by supporting your body’s different physical processes.*

Your body has a vast network of receptors, called the Endocannabinoid System. This system helps your body stay balanced and in good overall health, even when external factors and certain lifestyle choices diminish our wellbeing.

The main objective of the ECS is to maintain homeostasis, which means providing a state of internal stability necessary for survival, despite fluctuations in our external environment. The ECS is also involved in many physiological processes like cognition, relaxation, appetite, sleep, digestion, mood, memory, metabolism, neuroprotection, hormones, and heart function and maintaining a healthy balance a.k.a. homeostasis.

CBD is the most famous Cannabinoid. CBD stands for Cannabidiol and is a compound found primarily in the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant. It’s one of many powerful cannabinoids found in hemp and is known for supporting body and mind in various ways. Among the many benefits of CBD that our users experience, some of the main ones are:

  • Supports a sense of calm for focus*
  • Relieves everyday stresses*
  • Helps in recovery by reducing exercise-induced inflammation*
  • Support for healthy sleep cycles*
  • Many other potential benefits*

CBN stands for Cannabinol. Both CBN and CBD interact with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) and work in complementary ways to help promote balance within the body.

  • Supports sleep*
  • Relieves everyday stresses*
  • Helps in recovery by reducing exercise-induced inflammation*
  • Other potential Benefits*

CBG is short for Cannabigerol. CBG is an important phytocannabinoid in large part because it is like a building block for other beneficial plant compounds.

  • Relieves everyday anxiety and stress*
  • Other potential Benefits*

It is not surprising to find out that CBG also contributes to easing everyday anxiety and stress. The findings of an animal study suggest CBG may help with everyday anxiety, stress, and muscle tension by modulating the effects of a brain chemical known as GABA. This may be another example of CBG interacting with other body systems besides the ECS. The results of another animal behavior study showed signs that CBG may have the potential to uplift mood. More clinical research is needed to better understand these interactions.

Be Consistent: For any dietary supplement to work properly, it must be taken regularly. Daily is recommended. Missing days or servings can affect how it’s helping to support your body, so consistency is key.

Listen to Your Body: Taking supplements is really all about investing in your future self. Paying attention to your body today will help you gauge where you’ll stand tomorrow, helping you better understand if you need to adjust the strength you’re taking.

First, consistency is paramount when you’re looking for the long-term benefits of CBD. While some notice they slept a little better or recovered from workout quickly in the first week, others will tell you it can take anywhere from 4-6 weeks to notice results. (Suggested Serving Size on label is 2 capsules once per day which provides 25mg of CBD.)

Negatory, Ghost Rider. Feist products are †THC Free. CBD is non-intoxicating. THC is both a psychoactive compound and an intoxicating cannabinoid that leaves its users feeling “high.” CBD is a different cannabinoid found in Cannabis sativa that is non-intoxicating. The level of THC present in Cannabis sativa is what determines the plant’s classification as marijuana or hemp; hemp, by definition, contains no more than 0.3% THC.

While employers that conduct drug screenings do not test for CBD metabolites, they almost certainly test for THC, the intoxicating compound found in cannabis. So, in short, the answer is no, CBD itself should not trigger a positive drug test. However, because THC can be found in minute quantities in full spectrum CBD tinctures, gummies, or capsules, there is a chance that a person could test positive in a drug screening after taking certain CBD products. Our products do not have THC.

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Of course, it’s good for you, as a matter of fact, we recommend taking it every day because the best effects happen when you take it every day and incorporate it into your daily routine.

CBD, CBN and CBG are generally safe and non-toxic. The World Health Organization (WHO) published a comprehensive review of CBD research in 2017 and determined that taking as much as 1500 mg daily is well tolerated by humans. The National Cancer Institute explains on their website that cannabinoid receptors are not present on the brainstem, therefore cannabinoid compounds cannot interrupt respiration. For context, the brainstem controls vital functions such as respiration, and this is how medications such as opioids, which interact with brainstem receptors, can be lethal.

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