What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the second major cannabinoid found in cannabis plants like hHemp and Cannabis. Unlike the other major cannabinoid THC, CBD is non-psychoactive. The effects of CBD include: alerting at low doses, sedating at high doses, reduces pain, relaxes muscle spasms, potent anti-inflammatory, stops nausea/vomiting, reduces anxiety/depression, counters psychotic thoughts, anti-oxidant, anti-convulsant, neuro-protectant, and anti-tumor effects.
Where does Happease CBD comes from?
What's the endocannabinoid system?
How does CBD works?
CBD functions by binding to cannabinoid receptors in the body’s endocannabinoid system. These receptors have been found in virtually every cell and tissue type in the human body (hence the seemingly endless array of CBD uses).
Do I need a prescription for CBD?
Is CBD legal?
What are the benefits of using CBD?
How much CBD is in Happease products?
How does Happease extract CBD from hemp?
Our extracts are obtained from Hemp Futura 75 (THC<0,2) that is grown ethically and sourced responsibly from legally authorized fields in the EU hemp market. The plants we use are refined through CO2 supercritical extraction to create concentrated oil and then distilled to be purified.
Why do you use MCT oil? Why don’t you use VG and PG as other companies?
By using MCT oil from coconuts we provide a safe and smooth vaping experience with none of the side effects. We do not use VG and PG.
Propylene glycol (PG) is a thinning agent used mostly in nicotine e-juices. It breaks down to acetaldehyde and formaldehyde when heated to 230°C. We recommend avoiding any products that list this as an ingredient.
Vegetable glycerin (VG) is another substance that is mostly used in nicotine e-juices. It has several negative side-effects including nausea. Again, avoid it if possible.
What is the difference between Mountain River, Jungle Spirit and Strawberry Field?
Why use vaporizers?
What are terpenes? And why do you use them?
Whatever your favourite fruit or flower may be, the terpenes in its scent or taste tell your brain exactly what it is that you’re smelling or tasting. However, the most important thing to remember about terpenes is that, every time terpene molecules come into contact with the lungs, mouth or skin, they affect the way you feel.
The distinct composition of terpenes within a certain plant generates a specific essential oil, specific to a single plant species, such as Lavender, Cannabis or Rose and each varieties have it’s own terpene profile.
There are well over 30,000 identifiable terpenes in nature, produced not only by plants but also by animals and bacteria, for example.
Terpenes are also subject to the entourage effect: when they’re associated with other substances and our own hormones, they stimulate specific neurons in the brain, creating a different sensation for every type of terpene. As terpenes are all about scent and taste, adding them to any product enhances and improves the product’s fragrance and flavour.
With everything you now know about terpenes, you probably won’t be surprised to learn that they are commonly used to mimic a specific plant’s flavour and/or scent in a wide range of cosmetic products, perfumes, and food flavourings.