PLEASE NOTE: We have changed our labels. This was “CBD Max XP” 1200mg. There is now more CBD in the bottle!
FlowerChild Herbal products start as a whole plant extract. We take the flowers and leaves of the plant and extract the compounds using food grade alcohol. The alcohol is then cooked off leaving a rich, black oil, filled with the essence of the plant. All of the compounds, terpenes and flavonoids are retained, and full of healing potential! This oil extract is infused into grape seed oil in varying amounts to give us our different blends.
The CBD 1400 Tincture is very helpful for relieving pain and inflammation in the body. As a dietary supplement and antioxidant 1/4-1 dropper per day will suffice.
Bottle Size: 1oz
Potency: 1416mg of Hemp Oil Extract per bottle
Potency per dropperful: 47mg per dropper
Servings: 30 (1 dropperful)
Directions: 1/4-1 dropperful 1-3x a day as needed
Ingredients: Grape seed oil, hemp oil extract (CBD), peppermint oil
Activation Time: 1-2 hours
Flavor: Natural (oil) and Peppermint flavor
What to Expect: Some people report a very relaxed feeling in their bodies 60-90 mins after ingesting. Others have said it helps with pain and inflammation.
Peppermint oil is very helpful as an aid for digestion. People often put a few drops of peppermint oil in a glass of water and drink it after their meal for its beneficial digestive properties. It is carminative and therefore helps in removing excess gas. It is also a good tonic for those who have a low appetite, and it helps treating motion sickness, nausea and upset stomachs. Preliminary research has proved that it, when combined with caraway oil it can be used for treating heartburn.
Peppermint oil can relax the smooth muscles of the GI tract, which is why it is so commonly a component of “over-the-counter” medications. A number of studies have also shown it to be a great reliever of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), which affects millions of people every year and is characterized by abdominal pain or discomfort without any other diagnosed disease. Further research still needs to be done on the exact mechanism by which this occurs, but numerous studies have validated these effects.