FOCUS Extract – Feel How It Works!
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What Is FOCUS Extract?
FOCUS is a broad-spectrum Hemp Extract formulated from the hemp plant, containing 500mg Phytocannabinoid Diols (CBD), 30mg Cannabigerol (CBG) and 1,600mg Hemp-Derived Terpenes.
Below a little more explanation for you so you can better understand, how the compounds CBD, CBG, and the Terpenes are working together to your benefit, and how they can affect and improve your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
A lot of research has been done on CBD. More research is necessary on CBG and Terpenes to better comprehend and utilize their helping and healing properties. Following, a summary of the most significant findings from selected scientific studies on CBD, CBG, and Terpenes related to FOCUS Extract.
NOTE BEFORE YOU CONTINUE TO READ!
In this article, I solely refer to the findings of scientific studies and don’t lay any medical claims or promises of curing any health issues!
IMPORTANT, if you experience any health issues consult your medical practitioner before buying and applying FOCUS or other CBD products!
Selected Scientific Findings on CBD, CBG, and Terpenes
The CBD, CBG, and the seven Terpenes that are contained in FOCUS work together to produce an “entourage” effect that is very powerful, more so than anyone ingredient by itself.
CBD or Cannabidiol is a natural compound of the Cannabis or Hemp plant. CBD is non-intoxicating what means it won’t make you “feel high.” There is zero (0%) THC contained in FOCUS.
Numerous studies have referenced that CBD is known to pain relief help, to raise mood, to decrease inflammations, and to support the nervous system. There are also studies covering CBD’s properties of supporting the decrease of symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Parkinson’s Disease, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, and Bell’s Palsy.
There are many ongoing research studies they are examining the potential role of CBD CBG and how they interact together.
CBG, or Cannabigerol, is the second powerful ingredient of FOCUS. CBG is known as the “stem cell” or “mother cell” of the hemp plant, and like CBD, it is a non-psychoactive compound.
FOCUS Extract, with 30mg of CBG, has comparable one of the highest therapeutic amounts of CBG on the market. You might find a higher concentration of CBG in hemp oil products. However, because of the oily formulation, they are less absorbable by the body.
CBG is known to support pain relief, it is antibacterial, reduces seizures and convulsions, has anti-inflammatory properties, helps with sleep issues and insomnia, raises mood, inhibits the growth of cancer cells and promotes the bone growth and the growth of neurons, which means that it is involved in neurogenesis. CBG is a great ally of CBD, supporting it in a clearing of issues of the brain and the nervous system.
FOCUS Extract contains seven different Terpenes. What are Terpenes?
Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in plants giving them their unique taste and scent — e.g., pine, patchouli, lavender, or citrus. Terpenes have many uses, interesting here are especially their therapeutic properties having antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, sedative, and even anti-cancer effects.
Terpenes, combined with cannabinoids, amplify the overall therapeutic effects – again, an Entourage Effect. At this point, science is just beginning to understand the ways how the compounds could beneficially work together.
Direct from the Plant into the Bottle – how Is FOCUS Produced?
FOCUS is a broad-spectrum hemp extract that means that the entire Hemp plant has been utilized to producing the extract, however, one of the compounds, the THC, has been removed.
There are different methods of extracting the compounds from the plant. The majority of extraction procedures utilize ethanol to extract the compounds.
FOCUS, however, is formulated utilizing an absolutely amazing, novel, and proprietary procedure using high-force-frequencies, called Sonicated Nano Technology™, to create ultra fine-sized liposomal molecules. Because the liposomes are nano (very, very tiny) – as small as 10-20nm – each of them begins absorbing into the bloodstream within nano-seconds after you have dropped the extract into your mouth.
The industrial standard of non-sonicated liposomal molecules has an average size of 50-100+nm, significantly decreasing the absorption of the hemp molecules into the body’s cell membranes. Unable to enter the cell membranes of the mouth, these molecules end up going through the digestive system and get wasted. As already stated: It doesn’t matter how much CBD is in the bottle; it matters how much CBD gets absorbed!
Additionally, the Sonicated Nano Technology™ formulation is more natural and way safer than the procedures using ethanol in the extraction process which is still the mainstream process for CBD products made by most hemp companies.
Indeed, Sonicated NanoTechnology™ is the next evolutionary step in hemp extract delivery!
Putting All Facts Together
FOCUS is an amazingly effective hemp extract supporting your body to return to the ideal state of Homeostasis, Balance, and Well-Being, where the body can do what it is made for — healing itself and staying in the ideal balance, serving you the best possible on your life journey.
I highly recommend FOCUS and hope you will try it soon and recommend it to others, too!
If you are already applying FOCUS, please, let me know about the experience you made. Yes, please take a couple of minutes and give me feedback! 🙂
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See you next time. Until then all the best for you!
Sending you much love and light!
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