ProMED Select Relief CBD Oil Drops for Pain Support - 2500mg
ProMED Select Relief CBD Oil Drops for Pain Support 2500mg - Broad-Spectrum
Broad-spectrum and Isolate products contain 0% THC. Full-spectrum products contain less than 0.3% THC by weight.
Our newest exclusive product, the ProMED Select line of products, Broad Spectrum CBD/CBN/CBG Oil Drops 2500mg for Pain support contains all-natural hemp compounds like aromatic terpenes, flavonoids, omega acids, phytonutrients, and other phytocannabinoids like CBDG, CBN, and CBC. This is a safe, effective, and easy-to-use way to consume CBD for Pain support.
ProMED Select CBD Oil Drops 2500mg Relief is the zenith of broad-spectrum CBD tinctures containing1800mg of CBD, 81mg of CBN, and 330mg of CBG. This combination provides one of the most intense effects of a cannabinoid-based product. If you need Pain support, this is the most intense cannabinoid product before using THC. RELIEF will provide your clients and patients a more advanced formulation for better pain management and overall health.
ProMED Select line of products made with trust, quality ingredients, and a reliable manufacturing process.
*Representations regarding the efficacy and safety of ProMED have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease. Consult your physician prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, or using other medications.
2500mg approaches clinical strength products. Most peer-reviewed trials that involve CBD usually have dosages of more than 1,000mg to elicit a response whether that be for MS or observing the anti-inflammatory and antibiotic effects of these cannabinoids.
CBD, CBG, and CBN have been observed to elicit the entourage effect or the action of multiple cannabinoids working synergistically to cause a more pronounced effect. CBN is an oxidized version of THC retaining the sedative, Anxiety support, anti-inflammatory, and antibiotic effects of THC without the significant psychoactive component. CBG works to fight inflammation, pain, nausea and displays a very strong anti-anxiety effect and it also has muscle-relaxing effects, maybe even more so than THC. CBD is non-psychoactive by nature and works with the CB1 and CB2 receptors to provide anti-inflammatory effects which may be enhanced with CBN and CBG.
Suggested use and dosage depend mostly on an individual’s metabolism, weight, and age. We suggest beginning with half of the dropper (0.50 mL or 10 drops) twice a day to receive the desired effect and increase to 1 dropper (1.0 mL or 20 drops) as needed. If you do not need such a high dose, make sure to reduce the amount and this will save the product. Each full 1 dropper consists of 20 drops.
SIZE – WEIGHT – QUANTITY - STRENGTH
Broad Spectrum CBD Oil Drops 2500mg - CBN 81mg - CBG 330mg. All CBD Tinctures, regardless of strength, are 1 fluid oz and contain 30 servings at 1ml each. The dropper in the cap has measurement markers of .25, .5, .75, and 1ml to help with serving size.
SIZE – 30ml
WEIGHT – 2.8oz
QUANTITY – 1ml
STRENGTH per ml - 60mg CBD, 2.7mg CBN and 11mg CBG product
*Refrigeration is not necessary but is encouraged as it will extend the life of the oil. Do not store above room temperature or in a humid environment. Do not touch the dropper to the skin, mouth, or any surface between or during use to help prevent contamination.
Broad Spectrum CBD Oil Drops 2500mg - CBN 81mg - CBG 330mg - Proprietary Carrier Oil for Nano bioavailability - MCT oil derived from Grapeseed Oil, natural flavors, hemp-derived CO2 extract, hemp-derived crystalline cannabidiol, natural sweetener (MCT oil, stevia), and Terpenes.
Broad Spectrum Select CBD Oil Drops for pain 2500mg - Please refer to the FAQ section.
CBD Dosage Chart
Before starting your ProMED Select journey, ask your doctor before using. Your doctor may not know much about cannabinoids so it will be important to explain that cannabinoids are typically metabolized through the CYP450 pathway in the liver. This is the same pathway that many other pharmaceutic drugs take. If you and your doctor are still not sure, call your pharmacist as they will know best about the interactions of your pharmaceutic drugs and will certainly know about the CYP450 pathway.