CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of the many phytocannabinoids found in the cannabis plant.

CBD is the most popular cannabinoid due to claims of its enormous therapeutic

potential and its ability to interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system. Cannabinoid types and quantities can vary from one plant to another, but many plants contain dozens of cannabinoids, each with a unique chemical structure that benefits the body in different ways.

 

CBD and other cannabinoids are often extracted from the plant and consumed in the

form of an oil. Some oils on the market contain CBD only because that’s the most

common cannabinoid but do not contain the many other cannabinoids, terpenes, and

plant sugars that interact to provide a more complete and effective oil. All of our oils

contain a full spectrum range of cannabinoids, so you know you’re getting the best CBD

oil on the market.

 

Although CBD is still in the early stages of scientific research and clinical trials,

there is increasing evidence that CBD offers a range of options to assist with the

relief of stress, anxiety and inflammation, an underlying cause of muscular

discomfort, and joint pain.

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized the growth of hemp for CBD production on an industrial level. Hemp-derived CBD is legal nationwide at the federal level however state laws on CBD vary widely. The most important factors determining CBD legality are whether it is derived from hemp or marijuana and if it is produced by a state-licensed grower. Even though hemp contains virtually no THC, the answer to the question, “Is hemp oil legal?” is not that simple. This includes all hemp-derived CBD products like oils, edibles, and ointments. However, some states have laws on CBD from hemp that are restrictive. In some states, CBD derived from marijuana is completely legal; but in most states, its legality depends on a number of different factors and conditions.*

 

*The information on our website is for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You must make your own judgment regarding whether you should purchase CBD in your jurisdiction. You should contact your attorney to obtain more specific guidance.

Other than one prescription drug product to treat rare, severe forms of epilepsy, the FDA has not approved any other CBD products. The FDA is working to answer questions about the science, safety, and quality of products containing CBD. In the meantime, CBD products are subject to the same laws and requirements as FDA-regulated products that contain any other substance.  

 

CBD Pure Kan is committed to meeting the highest quality standards through third-party testing and quality control methods. We manufacture our products in a facility that is FDA Certified and GMP compliant.

There are hundreds of chemical compounds in the cannabis plant and science is

only now deciphering what cannabinoid does what. But we do know a decent

amount about the two best-known cannabinoids: tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and

cannabidiol (CBD).

 

THC interacts with the brain creating a euphoric ‘high’. However, CBD is not

psychoactive and does not produce a similar high. So how, exactly, does it work?

It’s important to know that we all have a system within our bodies responsible for

regulating the response of our immune systems, our sleep patterns, our moods,

and how we experience pain and inflammation. It’s called the endocannabinoid

system (ECS), and its function is to deal with the cannabinoids naturally produced

by our bodies. It does this via two kinds of cannabinoid receptors found throughout

the body: CB1 receptors (located in the brain and nervous system) and CB2

receptors (located in the immune system).

 

While THC affects your brain’s endocannabinoid receptors (resulting in the high),

CBD does not attach directly to the receptors. Instead, it influences your body into

using its own natural supply of cannabinoids more effectively. That is to say, it can

inhibit or activate compounds in the ECS, which in turn can impact the amount of

pain you feel or limit inflammation in the brain and nervous system.

The endocannabinoid system is your body’s natural system for creating and processing cannabinoids. The endocannabinoid system exists in the brain and the nervous system. It is involved in regulating a variety of biological functions such as appetite, stress and pain. Endocannabinoids are natural cannabinoids that are produced in your body.

CBD isolate is the pure form of cannabidiol. Products made using CBD isolate can be made potent by adding more of this active compound. There are a variety of methods that are used to extract CBD isolate from the hemp plant. Once it is extracted (along with the full cannabinoid profile of the hemp plant among other molecules), it is then isolated to create a more concentrated product.

 

Full-spectrum CBD (also called whole plant extract) contains all of the hemp plant’s naturally occurring cannabinoids. It also contains other compounds such as terpenes and flavonoids. Full-spectrum CBD allows the beneficial and synergistic effects of all compounds naturally occurring in the hemp plant to be experienced.

Your body can only absorb so much CBD at one time, whether taken orally, topically or inhaled. Sometimes less is more. We recommend you start with the dose suggested on the label and repeat at regular intervals until you achieve the right effect for you. Keeping a titration journal can help you get a clear picture of how much you need. Over time, the body increases receptivity to cannabinoids and a lower dose over time may be effective in achieving the same outcome.

Our oils are safe and all natural with no known side effects. However, as with any

supplement, we recommend you consult your doctor to make sure CBD oil is right for

you.

CBD Pure Kana takes a plant-based approach to developing CBD products that support

overall wellness and a healthy lifestyle. Look for the Vegan symbol to identify

products that are 100% plant-based.

Cani-Sleep CBD oil for Sleep comes with 1500 mg of CBD and 30 mg of melatonin per bottle. Unless your doctor recommends a specific dose, we suggest you start with a low dose and increase gradually until you achieve the desired effect. Accidently over consuming CBD is generally not dangerous as your body will eliminate the excess CBD it does not need. 

If you are pregnant or nursing, we recommend you speak to your physician before using our products.

Our Cani-Sleep (CBD for sleep) product line is 100% guaranteed and we offer a 30-day, money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied with the products. Terms and conditions apply.

Cani-Sleep products are available in a variety of forms (gelcaps, CBD oral spray, and tincture), CBD concentrations ranging from 250 mg to 1500 mg, and price points ranging from $1.50 per dose to $2.90. These options are designed to provide consumers with flexibility and choice regarding the options that works best for their individual needs

We recommend consuming Cani-Sleep about 30 minutes prior to going to sleep.

Cani-Sleep products are unique in that they contain a powerful blend of CBD, melatonin, and nutraceuticals such as valerian root and chamomile. Cani-Sleep is like getting multiple sleep supplements in a single optimized dose!

Yes, we have many customers who add Cani-Sleep to their evening tea or beverages. However, Cani-Sleep should not be consumed with alcohol.

Our CBD sleep products are formulated for human consumption, so we recommend you speak to your veterinarian regarding recommended dosage for pets.

Yes, Cani-Sleep CBD sleep products are safe for seniors. They are 100% natural, non-habit forming, and do not have any known side effects. However, we recommend you consult your physician if you are taking medication or have a serious medical condition.