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Hemp CBD Oil Tincture

Noble Hemp’s Daily 250 CBD oil tincture is created from organically grown Hemp plants in Colorado, USA and is Supercritical CO2 extracted. This extraction process allows our products to maintain all of the health-supporting compounds of the original plant resulting in some of the purest oils on the market. Our Hemp Oil Extract tincture is an all natural hemp extract suspension in MCT Oil with a unique mint flavour that comes in 3 different concentrations.

CBD Gummies

Hemp CBD Oil Gummies

Get CBD the easy way. The most powerful and potent CBD gummies available!

  • Reduces Pain and Chronic Aches
  • Advanced Natural Pain Relief
  • Relieves Anxiety and Stress
  • Enhances Your Mood
  • Promotes Better Sleep
  • 100% Pure CBD Oil


CBD Vape Pen

The evolution of CBD in recent years is what led to the creation of the PhenoPen. The PhenoPen is a revolutionary CBD vaping device offering cool but potent and highly bio-available CBD in a concentration of 59.7% per capsule. All PhenoPen products are manufactured using the finest raw materials available and are expertly crafted to deliver a premium CBD vaping experience.


CBD oil and the cannabinoids in it are non-psychoactive, safe, and have been known to provide relief from anxiety and inflammation. CBD is currently being studied by scientists and is legal in most places across the world when taken as a dietary supplement.
Many people have used CBD and report that it can be successful in treating a wide array of symptoms. Medical tests are currently examining the use of CBD to alleviate epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, anxiety, spasms, convulsions, nausea, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, inflammations, and other conditions such as cancer.

CBD has also been scientifically proven to inhibit the growth of the MRSA bacterium (the antibiotic-resistant staphylococcus), which causes infections. CBD also has antioxidant properties which remain to be fully explored, and it is safe and legal to use in any reasonable dosage.

Cannabis contains 85 chemical compounds known as ‘Cannabinoids’ that occur naturally in the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids like CBD and THC activate specific cells in our brains called cannabinoid receptors, which transmit signals and have varying physiological effects on our bodies.
There are two types of cannabinoid receptors, CB1 (found primarily in the brain, and also the liver, kidneys, and lungs) and CB2 (found mainly in the immune system). Together, the cannabinoid receptor sites help make up what is called the endocannabinoid system, which helps regulate things like memory, appetite, pain-sensation, mood, sleep, and more.


Everyone has their unique tolerance levels for the cannabinoids in cannabis, and this is also true for the CBD used to make CBD oil. Self-dosing to find your optimal levels is the safest way to go, especially considering the lack of toxicity with cannabinoids like CBD.
Testimonials and reported case studies from international sources show that the average dose of 60-120 grams of CBD oil over three to six months (90-180 days) can effectively reduce and even cure most cancers and other diseases.

The recommended dose of CBD oil is:

*one drop the size of a grain of rice, under the tongue, three times a day the first week, then double that dose in week two.
*You may continue to increase your dosage every four to seven days until you reach a daily maximum of 300mg/ml per day (21-24 drops in a syringe = 1 ml) after about six to eight weeks. Continue at that dose until the ailment is gone.

Building up to the 1ml a day maximum dosage allows your body to develop a tolerance, and then after three to six months of this regimen, you can maintain your health with a single drop of CBD oil under the tongue twice a day.

The higher the CBD oil concentration, the better (above 25% or 250 mg/ml is recommended).


Both industrial hemp (used for centuries to produce fibers) and marijuana (the psychoactive plant that gets you “high”) come from the same genus (a subfamily of flowering plants) that we now call cannabis.
There are three main species of cannabis plants: Cannabis sativa (higher levels of THC over CBD), Cannabis indica (more senior levels of CBD than THC), and Cannabis ruderalis (low levels of THC). While these species occur naturally in nature, man has been cultivating them for hundreds of years for specific outcomes, such as medicines, foods, clothes, etc.

Industrial hemp is derived from strains of Cannabis sativa cultivated explicitly to produce minimal levels of THC and taller and stronger plants. You can’t get ‘high’ off industrial hemp, but it can make hemp oils, waxes, resins, hemp seed foods, clothing, ropes, sails, fuel–the list goes on! Cannabis sativa can also be cultivated to grow high-yield THC plants (the kind that is ‘psychoactive’ or alters consciousness).

 You may have heard about the health benefits of Cannabidiol (CBD) and medical marijuana, but not understand the differences between CBD and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), or how the different cannabinoids within cannabis function. Due to decades of misinformation, you may not even appreciate the vast varieties of cannabis and the full potential of this most potent of plants.

CBD (Cannabidiol) is a chemical compound known as a cannabinoid, and the second most abundant source in the hemp plant (about 40%), from which it is extracted and separated. The first most common source in hemp is THC, which is an intoxicant and is used recreationally around the world as an illegal drug. CBD and THC are NOT the same, although they both come from the same plant. You cannot get ‘high’ from CBD hemp (with low levels of THC) nor from CBD oil products (which contain no THC at all).

CBD is extracted from hemp and can be used as an oil, with a growing international body of science pointing to its nutritional and health benefits.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the naturally occurring cannabinoids found in cannabis plants. It is a 21-carbon terpene phenolic compound which is formed following decarboxylation from a cannabidiolic acid precursor, although it can also be produced synthetically.

In experimental models of abuse liability, CBD appears to have little effect on conditioned place preference or intracranial self-stimulation. In an animal drug discrimination model, CBD failed to substitute for THC. In humans, CBD exhibits no results indicative of any abuse or dependence potential.

CBD has been demonstrated as an effective treatment of epilepsy in several clinical trials, with one pure CBD product (Epidiolex®) with completed Phase III trials and under current review for approval in the U.S. There is also preliminary evidence that CBD may be a useful treatment for several other medical conditions.

There is the unsanctioned medical use of CBD based products with oils, supplements, gums, and high concentration extracts available online for the treatment of many ailments.

CBD is generally well tolerated with an excellent safety profile. Reported adverse effects may be as a result of drug-drug interactions between CBD and patients’ existing medications. Several countries have modified their national controls to accommodate CBD as a medicinal product.
To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health-related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.

Single-dose administration of cannabidiol has been evaluated in healthy volunteers using a variety of tests of abuse potential as well as physiological effects in a randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled trial. [34] An orally administered dose of 600mg of CBD did not differ from placebo on the scales of the Addiction Research Centre Inventory, a 16 item Visual Analogue Mood Scale, individual level of intoxication, or psychotic symptoms. In contrast, THC (10mg oral) administration was associated with subjective intoxication and euphoria as well as changes in ARCI scales reflecting sedation and hallucinogenic activity. THC also increased psychotic symptoms and anxiety. While THC increased heart rate, CBD had no physiological effects.

A randomized, double-blind, within-subject laboratory study was undertaken to assess the influence of CBD (0, 200, 400, 800mg, p.o.) pre-treatment on the effects of inactive (0.01% THC) and active (5.30–5.80% THC) smoked cannabis. Healthy cannabis smokers (n=31) completed eight outpatient sessions with CBD administered 90min before cannabis administration. Under placebo CBD conditions, active cannabis was self-administered by significantly more participants and produced significant, time-dependent increases in subjective ratings and heart rate relative to inactive marijuana.

CBD alone produced no significant psychoactive, cardiovascular, or other effects. Cannabis self-administration, individual results, and cannabis ratings did not vary as a function of CBD dose relative to placebo capsules. These findings suggest that oral CBD does not reduce the reinforcing, physiological, or positive subjective effects of smoked cannabis.


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