CBD’s versatility explained

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Why do millions of people use CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) has become commonplace in homes worldwide. With its vast influence, millions turn to the compound to help balance their mind, body and spirit, giving them the boost they need, when they need it.

  • What is CBD?
  • How CBD works
  • How CBD oil is made
  • What is CBD Oil 2.0?
  • Terpenes and flavonoids
  • Why Cibdol CBD products?

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What is CBD?

CBD’s medical status

First, let’s point out that CBD and CBD supplements are not drugs, as they don’t prevent, treat, or cure any ailments. Despite the ongoing study of its influence, the compound is yet to receive medical status.

CBD is part of a much bigger family

CBD is a natural substance (cannabinoid) from the resin of hemp flowers. However, this resin isn’t just home to CBD, but over 100 different cannabinoids. The most dominant (and well-known) include THC, CBN, CBG, CBC and CBDa.

Dominant
cannabinoids

dominant cannabinoids

How CBD works with our
mind and body

CBD’s balancing influence

CBD works via a system that exists inside all of us—the endocannabinoid system. It’s through these special receptors and pathways that CBD’s influence extends from head to toe.

The endocannabinoid system

Connecting all of our tissues, organs, and key biological systems is the endocannabinoid system (ECS for short). It works behind the scenes to ensure our body remains in a state of homeostasis—a state in which we think and feel at our best.

CBD’s balancing influence

CBD works via a system that exists inside all of us—the endocannabinoid system. It’s through these special receptors and pathways that CBD’s influence extends from head to toe.

The endocannabinoid system

Connecting all of our tissues, organs, and key biological systems is the endocannabinoid system (ECS for short). It works behind the scenes to ensure our body remains in a state of homeostasis—a state in which we think and feel at our best.

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cbd impact

Every cannabinoid does something different
Early clinical studies suggest that dominant cannabinoids, as well as CBN, CBG, CBC, and CBDA, each work differently to support various aspects of mental and physical well-being.

CBD is known for its comprehensive influence

CBD oil is incredibly popular thanks to its versatility and balanced support of the mind and body. It’s commonly regarded as the “general manager” of the ECS, making sure everything is working as it should.

Producing full-body effects

Because the body is so much more than a handful of receptors and synapses, some people need more than CBD alone can offer. By combining several cannabinoids, it’s possible to broaden the impact, addressing specific areas of well-being.

CBN
Cannabinol

Regarded for its powerful influence on receptors linked to sleep and comfort.

CBG
Cannabigerol

An influential cannabinoid for receptors associated with sensation and mood.

CBC
Cannabichromene

A cannabinoid with a strong focus on receptors that help regulate mood.

CBDa
Cannabidiolic acid

Shows a strong affinity for receptors involved in physical health.

Why CBD is so
versatile

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CB1

CB1 receptors are primarily found in the brain and central nervous system. Through its support of CB1 receptors, CBD may help to modulate symptoms and conditions connected to physical and neuropathic discomfort.

CB2

CB2 receptors are primarily found in our digestive, immune, and peripheral nervous systems. CBD pushes the relationship between the ECS and the body one step further, enhancing its balancing influence to help you feel at your best.

CB1

CB1 receptors are primarily found in the brain and central nervous system. Through its support of CB1 receptors, CBD may help to modulate symptoms and conditions connected to physical and neuropathic discomfort.

CB2

CB2 receptors are primarily found in our digestive, immune, and peripheral nervous systems. CBD pushes the relationship between the ECS and the body one step further, enhancing its balancing influence to help you feel at your best.

Making full-spectrum
CBD oil

Quality sits at the heart of Cibdol. You can see it in the purity of our CBD products, the service we offer, and the steps we take above and beyond the industry standard. It’s an ethos that shapes everything we do, ensuring Cibdol stays at the forefront of THC-free CBD oils, supplements, medical devices, and more.

CBD full spectrum

CO2 Extraction

Creates the purest and cleanest full-spectrum extracts

Decarboxylation

Ensures peak levels of CBD and other cannabinoids

Purification

Removes fats, waxes, chlorophyll, and THC

Enriching

Maintains hemp’s natural terpenes and flavonoids

100% safety for the best
possible experience

CBD tested

External testing: Tested and analysed by third-party laboratories

Cannabinoid concentrations vary from crop to crop, so thorough testing and analysis are needed to accurately gauge CBD levels.

Batch analyses: Test results published on product packaging and online

We have normalised extensive HPLC UV testing for total peace of mind. These results are then published online (by batch) to ensure 100% safety and the best possible wellness experience.

CBD Oil 2.0: Go beyond
effective

CBD full spectrum

Produced using 5 separate
hemp varieties

We’ve harnessed a full complement of dominant cannabinoids from five different varieties of naturally grown hemp. By expertly blending them with our golden-grade CBD, we’ve captured the complete wellness potential of hemp for a profound experience in every drop.

Our 2.0 formula is the most powerful and versatile CBD product available, while still free of THC.

See below for a quick overview of different CBD formulas and their benefits:

The most effective
CBD oil

CBD comparison

Full of terpenes and flavonoids

Research has uncovered at least 150 different terpenes inside varieties of Cannabis sativa L., with each variety offering distinct combinations and concentrations.

Flavonoids only make up a small portion of the phytochemicals in hemp, but that doesn’t make them any less important. Flavonoids are natural compounds regarded for their antioxidant effect.

Terpenes profile

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What’s in every drop?

CBD comparison

Proven, golden-grade CBD oil

Cibdol sets the gold standard for CBD oils, maximising the effectiveness of cannabinoids without the presence of waxes, fats, and chlorophyll—unnecessary elements that give oils a black, pasty consistency.

We also remove THC and filter out all impurities through a proprietary filtration process, leaving behind only essential compounds for a free-flowing golden oil.

CBD filtered

CBD filtered

State-of-the-art
Cibdol technology

As interest in CBD continues to grow, so too does consumer choice. Cibdol is becoming the go-to source for natural CBD, thanks to our state-of-art facilities and innovative approach to product development.

By upholding the “Swiss approach” to quality control, scientific methods, and regulation, we strive to deliver total transparency—verifiable by anyone.

Overview

Proven experience

With over 20 years of experience in the wellness industry, Cibdol delivers an authentic range of CBD oils, capsules, supplements, medical devices, and more.

Through our innovation and dedication, Cibdol provides the highest-quality wellness solutions. With two locations in Europe (Switzerland and the Netherlands), we are at the forefront of the European CBD and wellness industry.

  • Original Swiss formulas
  • Over 20 years of experience
  • Cannabinoid specialists
  • Proven quality
  • Third-party tested and analysed

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most abundant natural chemicals found inside the flowers of hemp plants. It belongs to a broader family of molecules called cannabinoids, which help the plant to produce enzymes and deter pests. CBD and other cannabinoids can influence various biological functions when consumed by humans. Learn more about CBD here.

What is full-spectrum CBD?

Full-spectrum CBD products harness most of the natural compounds found inside hemp. Combining cannabinoids with other molecules, such as flavonoids and terpenes, makes it possible to enhance the influence over our endocannabinoid system—the regulatory network that helps to balance various biological functions. Find out more about full-spectrum CBD here.

How much CBD should I take?

If you're new to CBD, the best approach is to start low and slow. Pick a low-concentration product and try it a few times a day. Give yourself at least two weeks to see how your body responds, then increase or decrease the dose and frequency as needed. To find your perfect dosage, you can use the dosage calculator here.

How long does CBD stay in your system?

Understanding the exact half-life of CBD (the time it stays in the body) is difficult because studies are ongoing. So far, research estimates that the half-life of CBD could range from 18 hours to five days, with huge variation due to factors such as weight, metabolism, sex, and dosing regime. Learn more about CBD in your system here.

How to take CBD?

There are several ways to take CBD, with the most common approach being to place a few drops under the tongue and hold for 30–60 seconds before swallowing (sublingual). Other methods include topical (creams and lotions), oral (gummies and capsules), or inhalation (vape juices). Read more to find your preferred method of taking CBD.

What is the entourage effect?

The entourage effect is a unique phenomenon that focuses on the concept of chemical synergy. Essentially, when the natural compounds inside hemp exist together, their respective influence is enhanced—the hemp equivalent of "many hands make light work". Full-spectrum products employ the entourage effect for a more potent influence. Read more about the entourage effect here.

What are the side effects of CBD?

Overall, CBD is well-tolerated in humans, but it isn't entirely free of side effects. The most common side effects of CBD are dry mouth, tiredness, appetite changes, dizziness, and diarrhoea. Everyone's experience with CBD is slightly different, so it's best to proceed cautiously to see how your body responds. Read more about the side effects of CBD here.

Does CBD help you relax?

CBD may help users relax and unwind. We don't fully understand the interaction yet, but the compound is believed to interact with several receptors associated with feel-good neurochemicals such as serotonin. Activating these receptors can help to balance out the highs and lows of modern living. Learn more about how CBD may help you relax here.

Does CBD get you high?

No, CBD cannot get you high. Unlike THC (the main psychotropic compound in cannabis), cannabidiol's chemical structure prevents it from influencing the body in undesirable or intoxicating ways. Instead, CBD works to help balance the way we think and feel. Read more about the differences between CBD and THC here.

Is CBD a placebo?

Preclinical studies and clinical trials have shown some real and measurable changes associated with CBD. There's still a lot we need to learn, including the most effective dose of CBD for specific scenarios, but with comprehensive and well-designed studies emerging regularly, we are closer to understanding the compound's full range of tangible effects. Learn more about CBD and the placebo effect here.


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