To be in optimal condition, our bodies require a delicate state of balance. That's why Cibdol’s range of CBD oils works to enhance and promote the equilibrium needed for improved well-being. Made using the purest CBD and natural ingredients like hemp seed and black cumin seed, you will feel the difference in every drop. No matter what life throws at you, maintain your body's natural harmony with Cibdol CBD Oil. Buy your CBD Oil today and getting the most out of life will be easier than you think.
The entire range of CBD oil products from Cibdol utilise the potentially therapeutic qualities of the cannabinoid CBD. State-of-the-art machinery, industry-leading expertise, and our purpose-built Swiss laboratory ensure we deliver products that are unrivalled in their efficacy, purity, and quality.
Cannabidiol, or CBD as it's known, is one of over a hundred cannabinoids that exist within the Cannabis sativa species. These natural compounds have some unique abilities because of the way they interact with our body, and CBD is no exception. CBD's role as a cannabinoid is diverse, but one of the primary reasons CBD is so accessible is because of its non-psychotropic characteristics and excellent safety profile—when consumed, CBD oils will not induce a high.
Although over a hundred different cannabinoids exist, they are not represented in equal measure. To preserve the sophistication of cannabinoids, and benefit from the entourage effect, all of our CBD oils are full spectrum. You can shop and buy our full range of nearly THC-free CBD oils online today.
Cannabis sativa is divided into several smaller subspecies. These include C. indica, C. sativa, and C. ruderalis. Each of these subspecies has different physical characteristics, as well as differing ratios of cannabinoids. The C. sativa family tree can be broken down further into several thousand different cannabis strains, and hemp.
Hemp is a type of Cannabis sativa that has been bred to contain naturally high levels of CBD. Hemp has been used commercially and medicinally for thousands of years. Ancient cultures relied on the plant to treat a wide range of conditions, while its fibrous stems were, and still are, used to make paper, textiles, and other biodegradable materials. The seeds are also used in animal feed or as a source of nutrition thanks to their high unsaturated fatty acid content (omega-3 and omega-6).
Because of hemp's unique ratio of cannabinoids, it is the ideal candidate for extracting CBD to produce oils, tinctures, edibles, food supplements, and more. Hemp and the rest of the Cannabis sativa species don't just feature cannabinoids. Their chemical structure is also home to a range of terpenes and flavonoids. Together, these sophisticated elements provide a variety of secondary effects, in addition to benefiting from a phenomenon known as the entourage effect.
CBD oil and hemp seed oil are often confused because they both originate from the same plant—hemp. However, it is the parts of the plant that are used to produce either oil that results in a very different product. CBD is extracted from the leaves, stems, and flowers of the hemp plant using state-of-the-art machinery before being mixed with a carrier oil (typically olive oil) and bottled.
Hemp seed oil is made by putting the seeds of hemp plants through a cold press and collecting the results. Hemp seeds do not contain any CBD, but the oil produced is rich in nutritious omega-3 and omega-6. However, the seeds from a hemp plant do not have the same therapeutic value as other parts of the plant because of the lack of cannabinoids. Nevertheless, you can buy CBD Hemp Seed Oil to benefit from both CBD and hemp seeds.
It is possible to extract CBD and combine it with several different carriers—each with their own unique attributes. The quality of CBD remains the same regardless of the concentration, or whether it is mixed with olive oil, hemp seed oil, or black cumin seed oil. Nutritional considerations are usually the deciding factor when customers choose between carrier oils.
Our CBD Oil (with an olive oil carrier), CBD Hemp Seed Oil, and CBD Black Seed Oil all feature the same full spectrum CBD in a range of concentrations to suit the user’s desired outcome. By offering 2.5%, 3%, 4%, 5%, 10%, and 20% oils, Cibdol ensures that CBD will meet your needs, no matter the situation. There is no single superior product, and buying the right CBD oil for you will be a matter of personal preference. All of our CBD oils are suitable for vegans, with selected products Halal certified.
To complement our broad range of carriers, Cibdol also provides 2.5% and 4% Liposomal CBD Oils. This specialised product makes use of pharmaceutical-grade liposomes to improve both the potency and efficiency of CBD. Finally, if CBD oils are difficult to incorporate into your daily routine, then we have a variety of CBD softgels in 4% and 10% concentrations.
CBD can catalyse a wide range of biological effects as a result of its interaction with our endocannabinoid system. The ECS is a regulatory system that exists inside humans and other mammals. Its purpose is to monitor how our major organs, brain, immune system, and central nervous system are performing, and to maintain a state of homeostasis. It achieves this through the activation of receptors, and by releasing endocannabinoids and metabolic enzymes.
Achieving a state of balance is essential for keeping our body in optimal condition. Balanced biological systems help promote health, resistance to disease, and overall well-being.
Endocannabinoids are similar to cannabinoids in their chemical structure, but are produced internally. Anandamide and 2-AG are two endocannabinoids involved in our pain and pleasure response, as well as a host of other biological processes. Just like the cannabinoids inside hemp, endocannabinoids bind with cannabinoid receptors linked to the ECS.
For cannabinoids or endocannabinoids to be able to interact with the endocannabinoid system, they need to have a point of entry. Cannabinoid receptors are split into two categories (CB1 & CB2) and act as gateways to a vast range of biological outcomes. CB1 and CB2 receptors are found in different parts of the body and are activated by different cannabinoids.
Cannabinoid receptors are found in the brain, liver, reproductive system, cardiovascular system, skeletal muscles, digestive system, and our immune and central nervous systems. Because of the prevalence of cannabinoid receptors, the endocannabinoid system is believed to play a role in dozens of biological processes.
To ensure that compounds cannot activate the wrong receptors, they operate using a "lock and key" principle. If the chemical structure of a cannabinoid matches the "lock" of a cannabinoid receptor, then the two interact. While this is true for the majority of cannabinoids, CBD's role is to take more of an indirect approach.
CBD has a low affinity for CB1 receptors and a mild affinity for CB2 receptors. Instead, the versatility of CBD comes from its mediating effects on the ECS. CBD encourages the production of beneficial enzymes, supports the binding of other cannabinoids to CB receptors, and helps maintain the efficacy of the endocannabinoid system. It is the diversity of CBD's effects that has led to a wide range of potential therapeutic outcomes.
Cibdol ensures superior quality at every stage of production. We use organically grown hemp, which is free from pesticides, the latest equipment, and the industry’s leading experts to ensure our CBD delivers the gold-standard in purity.
We use CO₂ extraction alongside several stages of purification at our purpose-built Swiss laboratory to ensure our CBD has the highest purity on the market. Not only are we able to carefully select the compounds we wish to include in our CBD oils, but we can remove any unwanted elements and additives.
This process of purification is what turns the crude, extracted paste into an industry-leading CBD oil. By maintaining the integrity of cannabinoids and terpenes during purification, but removing unnecessary plant matter, you are left with an oil that is light in colour, appearing golden when held up to the light—this is the gold-standard that Cibdol is renowned for.
The final stage in CBD production is to activate the raw cannabinoids, unlocking CBD's ability to interact with our endocannabinoid system. The activated CBD is then added to a sophisticated blend of terpenes for a level of infusion that capitalises on the entourage effect.
The entourage effect argues that a single cannabinoid is more effective when in the presence of other cannabinoids and terpenes than it is in isolation. While cannabinoids will still interact with our ECS on their own merit, their effects can be improved or prolonged when a full spectrum of other compounds exists.
By using a full spectrum extraction process, it is possible to control the exact ratio of cannabinoids and terpenes to take advantage of the entourage effect. Cibdol's comprehensive range of CBD products incorporate full spectrum formulas for this very reason. Carefully extracting cannabinoids and terpenes is not a simple task. Highly specialised machinery is required, as, by nature, cannabinoids are incredibly volatile—they are easily destroyed by incorrect temperatures or exposure to sunlight and the atmosphere.
For total peace of mind, all of our products are subject to third-party testing. The test results (viewable on the Cibdol website), verify the exact ratio of CBD and other compounds in all of the CBD oils we produce. They also show that our full spectrum oils contain trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%) and are therefore legal and safe to use. For a complete CBD solution, choose the CBD oil range from Cibdol.