Hemplucid: raising the standard of CBD

Hemplucid: raising the standard of CBD

Cannabidiol (CBD) products have been around a few years now. Some brands are happy to make regular oils and e-liquids, while others are looking to raise the bar. Hemplucid is definitely in the latter camp. In this post, we’ll look at what puts this company head and shoulders above its competitors, and the benefits of their flagship product: the Hemplucid Vape/Drip.

Introducing Hemplucid

The CBD industry in America is unregulated, and that puts the onus on manufacturers to ensure their products are up to standard. Hemplucid recognizes this, and know that if they want longevity as a brand, it’s absolutely essential.

Hemplucid products are third-party lab-tested, but they leave no stoned unturned with this process. Test reports show exactly which cannabinoids and terpenes are in their products and exact concentrations. Furthermore, every single batch of products gets tested, so customers can access up-to-date reports for their specific products, as opposed to just some general results. This goes a long way to instilling confidence in Hemplucid as a brand.

 

Hemplucid Vape/Drip

As the name suggests, the Vape/Drip works as both a tincture oil and an e-liquid. Hemplucid uses a full-spectrum hemp extract that’s rich in CBD, other cannabinoids and terpenes. Indeed, Hemplucid uses a specific type of hemp that they have carefully cultivated, so it produces higher levels of secondary cannabinoids, adding to the therapeutic effects of their products.

We know that CBD has anti-seizure properties, and is likely effective as a pain-killer, anti-anxiety agent, anti-inflammatory and more. But what of these secondary cannabinoids? Let’s take a look at three of them.

Cannabigerol (CBG): This cannabinoid appears beneficial for inflammation, stress, anxiety, and depression. This is perhaps the most well-known secondary cannabinoids and is often found in full-spectrum CBD products.

Cannabichromene (CBC): Studies suggest CBC activates the CB2 receptor in the endocannabinoid system (ECS) and therefore has anti-inflammatory properties. CBC may also help to regrow certain brain regions, a process known as neurogenesis.

Cannabidivarin (CBDV): This is another non-intoxicating cannabinoid that may ease symptoms of nausea and vomiting. Full-spectrum hemp products may be quite useful if you have a hangover!

For vaping

Vaping this Hemplucid e-liquid in a vape tank or disposable cartridge is the most efficient way to enjoy its effects. The super-speedy intake of cannabinoids provided by inhalation is excellent for soothing rampant anxiety and severe pain symptoms. With vaping, you can take a hit within a few seconds, and start feeling relief almost straight away. Not to mention, Public Health England research shows the health risks of vaping are much fewer than those from smoking.

For dripping

The cannabinoids and terpenes in Hemplucid’s Vape/Drip product are already active, so it’s not necessary to heat and vape them. Administering the solution under the tongue delivers these therapeutic compounds directly into the bloodstream, skipping the first-pass metabolism. Taking this product as a tincture is healthier than vaping it, and the onset of effects with sublingual absorption is only slightly slower than from inhaling the vapor.

 

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