What is Cannabidiol?

Cannabidiol is one of at least 113 chemical compounds in the cannabis plant that is non-psychoactive and has enormous potential for general wellness.

Cannabis doesn’t mean marijuana, but it is the genus name and general term used to describe hemp with THC 0.3% or lower. Cannabidiol is a naturally occurring constituent of the industrial hemp/cannabis plant. It is derived from the flowers of cannabis plants and is concentrated in the resin glands or trichomes of the flower.

Engage Hemp Health Seasoning Blends are processed from hemp, not marijuana, where a patent-pending process, without chemicals or heat, preserves the terpenes and antioxidant compounds.

Other cannabis extract-makers use heat and chemicals in their extraction methods, which removes volatile terpenes.

Hemp is giving cannabis a good name. After decades in which people used high-THC cannabis, now the non-psychoactive, healing benefits hemp strains and products are growing in popularity for those who want wellness without getting high.

Confusion about the legality of cannabis creates uncertainty about how and where to buy hemp products. Many people who would not venture into a dispensary, are encouraged by the health-food industry’s acceptance of hemp products.

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