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About Hempcare

Hempcare is a ultra high quality CBD Oil producer from the Netherlands. Dutch have a long lasting relationship with quality cannabis so you can trust their CBD will be made with the highest standards in mind. While there might be numerous other CBD brands claiming high quality without backing it with data, Hempcare CBD oil makers actually do everything in their power to make the best CBD products possible.

Hempcare CBD Oil

Hempcare CBD oils come from 100% natural cannabis plants, so they are free from pesticides or harmful metals. All of Hempcare CBD oils are tested in professional laboratories, to make sure that each drop of CBD oil matches super high standard of Hempcare team. This makes Hempcare CBD oil the perfect choice for those seeking to actually learn about personal health benefits of CBD, because you know you are getting the highest Dutch quality you can.

CBD Oil for Sleep, Sport and even your Pets

Hempcare CBD team likes the idea of "less is more", while still delivering the best possible cannabidiol oil solution for every user case out there. With 5 main CBD oils, everyone can find the perfect CBD oil for their health and goals. Hempcare CBD oils come in different CBD ratios, while they also have special CBD oil for sport, sleep (with CBG!) and even a low potency CBD oil made for your pet. This way everyone can try different CBD oil compositions and find the best match for them!

Hempcare CBD Oil Capsules

It's a fact that not everyone is a hige fan of cannabis taste, furthermore sometimes taking CBD oil on the run can get messy... If you don't like the taste of CBD oil or cannabis related products, but still want to benefit from everything that CBD can offer you, try CBD capsules! Hempcare CBD Capsules is the best way to have a steady, easily measurable CBD intake, without the need to taste actual cannabis. Furthermore, Hempcare CBD capsules are vegan and simply dissolves in your stomach, so there is no need to frown every time you are taking your CBD.

Hempcare CBD Crystals

There are many different situations where CBD oil is not the perfect solution. For cases like that Hempare CBD team made sure we have a purified crystal CBD powder that we can used everywhere you want. Hempcare Pure CBD crystals can be the best product if you are looking to new ways for your CBD consumption. Hempcare CBD crystals can be used to make vaping liquids or added to foods/beverages. Because of it's handy crystal cannabidiol powder form, the possibilities of what can be CBD-rich are endless!

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Frequently asked Hempcare CBD questions

Why is CBD so popular?

With the scientific community releasing new studies on CBD health benefits every day, in the last decade – most clickbaity media outlets started embracing CBD as a “cure for all” when at the same time as some manufacturers used the vague restrictions surrounding cannabis in their favor and started marketing CBD with unproven claims.

That might help with the legalization/decriminalization of the compound all around the world, but there are just a few fully medically proved truths when it comes to CBD. Most bigger claims, even when preclinical trials have some real signs of big health benefits – are still awaiting its clinical trials to be proven by the scientific community.

How does CBD work?

CBD is one of ~115 different Cannabinoids found in cannabis plants (and our bodies!).

Cannabinoids, also known as phytocannabinoids interacts with your body and brain through a very complex endocannabinoid system (ECS) that is most likely involved with physiological and cognitive process regulation (including fertility-pregnancy, various activities of the immune system, appetite, moods, memory and even pain sensations). It is believed that our endocannabinoid systems produce our own “cannabinoids” – known as endocannabinoids. Cannabinoids that come from cannabis plants (phytocannabinoids), whenever ingested – will enhance our naturally occurring cannabinoid production and/or will behave just like our internally produced cannabinoids would.

Can CBD make you feel high?

No. Cannabidiol or CBD is known to have numerous health benefits, and CBD does not have any psychoactive, “euphoric” or other mind-altering effects like THC has. CBD is mostly used as “relaxing, but not intoxicating substance” and most users just record feelings of relaxation, calmness, and restfulness. But in a vast majority of cases, any of the effects are not similar to those of THC.

Even though CBD doesn’t make you “high” as THC does – cannabidiol has other effects that will affect your state of being, that’s why we recommend starting with very low doses, learning how CBD effects you personally and only then adjusting the way you want to use CBD.

How long does it take for CBD to work?

Generally – you should feel the CBD (Cannabidiol) effects in your body in the first 1-5 hours. The time can be longer or shorter, based on the ingestion method, dose, body health, metabolism, sensitivity, body mass among many other factors.

Most experts agree that the most beneficial use of CBD can be achieved with daily consistency, meaning you have to use CBD in a constant dose for multiple days to feel the whole spectrum of CBD effects. It is also known that different people can react differently and some might experience very noticeable strong and fast emerging effects after first-time use, while others can have just a mild reaction even after continuous weekly usage.

That’s why we recommend starting slow, with a low CBD dose (10-30mg per day) and increasing consumption only after you have followed/analyzed your body and personal reactions for at least a week or two.

How does CBD make you feel?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is known to make you feel calmer, more focused, and relaxed. Most first-time users report feeling more “worry-free”, as if their life struggles and burdens were removed from their shoulders – thus allowing users to relax without intoxication and focus better without anxiety/stress.

Most noticeable relaxation happens in the muscles, as CBD releases the tension from your muscles. Another quite noticeable CBD effect could be sleep quality increase and less grogginess in the morning after CBD usage. While under the influence of CBD you might feel more at ease and most importantly – CBD is not psychoactive, so you will never get high/intoxicated from taking Cannabidiol.

Other possible CBD effects are – could potentially help with insomnia, lower anxiety, decrease pain, neutralize personal discomfort, removal of stress, negative feeling disappearance, anti-inflammatory effects among some other possible uses.

Is CBD psychoactive?

In the vast majority of cases, CBD shows no psychoactive effects among its users.

When used in pure form, without THC – Cannabidiol (CBD) will not intoxicate you and will not make you high. With that being said, CBD can have relaxing properties, thus you should evaluate yourself properly and avoid driving or operating heavy machinery during/after CBD consumption.

Do all marijuana plants have CBD?

In most cases, the vast majority of Cannabis/Hemp plants will have most of ~115 possible cannabinoids in them. The biggest difference is going to be the concentration of those cannabinoids, which means almost all strains of cannabis will have some amount of CBD in them.

In the last 20 years, the recreational cannabis industry was mainly focusing on growing THC rich cannabis, thus raising the average THC levels in most strains way up. In most cases that meant that CBD levels were going down rapidly. That’s why most of the marijuana plants now have high THC/low CBD combinations in them.

This only started to change in the last couple of years – with the rise of CBD medical trials and the overall public opinion shifting towards the health benefits of cannabis. In most cases, the reason why there is a cannabis legalization wave around the world has everything to do with CBD properties and nothing to do with THC recreational use. Unfortunately, after most legalizations pass – this has a bigger impact of THC rich recreational cannabis growing-selling, than on CBD industry improvements and growth.

Before that, in nature, most cannabis strains were more balanced – with almost equal CBD and THC levels.

What are cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids (most known among 115 different others are THC and CBD) are some of the chemical compounds produced by cannabis flowers that can easily affect our bodies. Most of the cannabinoids work by imitating other naturally produced compounds (called endocannabinoids) commonly found in our bodies. Our endocannabinoid system produces naturally occurring substances that work on different receptors, those substances are called endocannabinoids, and they mostly affect our nerves, brain, central nervous system, and immune cell functions.

(Sources: Source: Szaflarski JP, Bebin EM, Cannabis, cannabidiol, and epilepsy–from receptors to clinical response. Epilepsy Behav. 2014;41:277-82 )

Is CBD the only cannabinoid in the hemp plant?

No, CBD is just one of ~115 different known cannabinoids commonly found in cannabis (hemp or marijuana) plants.

What is the entourage effect of CBD?

The entourage effect is a well-documented phenomenon that occurs when CBD is ingested in combination with other cannabinoids found in cannabis plants. There are numerous different terpenes present in cannabis plants and whenever different cannabinoids are taken together with other active ingredients found in cannabis/hemp plants – the effects are much more effective than taking cannabinoids separately.

Basically, it’s a theory that compounds in cannabis work better when they are taken together and not separately. Meaning the expectancy is that your results will be always better when cannabis compounds are ingested together, rather than used separately in purified form.

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

The short answer would be – THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a recreational psychoactive substance that makes you feel high and CBD (cannabidiol) is a calming non-intoxicating substance known for its health benefits that will not get you high.

But everything in nature has to be more complex than that – CBD and THC are known as the “main balancing parts of cannabis”, being the most studied cannabinoids (among ~115 other) in any hemp/cannabis plant. Why balancing parts? CBD is known to reduce side-effects of THC and both compounds are known to be in balance in most naturally occurring cannabis strains, meaning as THC levels in a crossing process go up, CBD levels will go down and vice versa.

That means CBD and THC have multiple levels of intricate connections/correlations between them that scientists are just starting to discover and understand how these compounds work together.

Do CBD products contain THC?

No, most CBD products will intentionally be made THC-free as most CBD users are looking for relaxing properties and health benefits and don’t want the psychoactive, mind-altering effects (known as being “high” or “stoned”) that THC would bring.

Is CBD Oil and Hemp Oil the same thing?

“CBD oil” means that “this oil has CBD (Cannabidiol) as one of the active ingredients in it”. In rare cases, for health benefits – the oil part can be taken from another plant (coconut oil or other) and the CBD can be added in its pure form to create a unique supplement.

Now, “Hemp oil” (or hemp seed oil) means this is “oil made from hemp seeds”, meaning there is no or almost no CBD in that oil, but it has most of the compounds found in cannabis seeds.

Both of these types of oils can have their own unique potential health benefits.

Can you mix THC and CBD?


Naturally found in nature, most cannabis plants had a balance between these two substances – meaning if the plant would have 10% THC, it would have a similar amount, 10% of CBD. In the past 20 years, high scale recreational cannabis growing and plant breeding (crossing) allowed us to make even more and more THC rich cannabis strains (which means a stronger “kick” for the recreational user), but at the same time, CBD levels dramatically decreased in most popular cannabis strains grown today.

Recreational cannabis strain CBD/THC averages in Europe could be ~15%THC/3%CBD when at the same time in North America it can be even ~25%THC/0.2%CBD. Most experienced cannabis users can sometimes confirm this with comments like – “With super high THC strains the high feels less natural and synthetic, instead of being taken to a chill dreamlike calm place, you just get hit with a stick and throw in to fast elevator that doesn’t stop going up”.

Moreover, the entourage effect tells us that you can expect better results when different cannabinoids are ingested together at 1/1 or a similar ratio.

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