What is CBD? CBD is short for cannabidiol. It’s one of 120+ chemical compounds naturally found in cannabis. Both hemp and marijuana are derived from cannabis, but hemp strains offer medicinal benefits without THC. So you can get relief without the mind-altering effects of marijuana — or pharmaceutical drugs.

Is it legal? Yes, It's Legal

Hemp contains only trace amounts of THC and won’t induce intoxication. CBD derived from hemp plants is legal in the US and most countries worldwide.

Full Spectrum Vs Broad Spectrum Vs Isolates therapy is the first to market. Curatio Life Sciences crafted a
custom hemp strain that yields a specific medicinal profile of CBD and other powerful Cannabinoids
(16%+), terpenes and triglycerides that work synergistically to unlock a wider set of benefits than you
would get from CBD alone. Curatio Hemp naturally yields 3% THC that our scientists convert to CBN (1:1
conversion) through a patented oxidation process. Our robust CBD profile is the Like THC, CBN binds to
the CB1 receptor and shares the same medicinal characteristics but without the mind altering effects. We
are confident the power of our cannabinoid ratio (CBN, CBG, CBDV, CBC) will redefine CBD therapy.
Compare 3% CBN to 0.3% THC — there is no comparison.

Entourage Effect refers to the synergism that occurs when cannabinoids are combined to create a more
powerful effect then CBD would yield alone. THC once believed to be the most critical cannabinoid along
with CBD in establishing the entourage effect. CBD products with 0.3% THC (the legal limit) is technically
a “trace amount” and is not substantial. The entourage effect is best initiated with a significant amount of
THC, much more then .3%, or alternatively, CBN. Curatio prefers CBN, which derives from THC, but is
not intoxicating. We use an abundance of it. Curatio has a very unique profile of secondary cannabinoids
(CBN, CBG, CBC, CBDV 16%+) — the most robust in the market when compared to .3% THC products.
Full Spectrum is better served with CBN as the CB1 connector.

Broad Spectrum CBD oil is the first type of THC-Free CBD, but unlike the sound of the name, "broads
spectrum" CBD oil is not really a broad at all. "Broad Spectrum” is meant to referring to the secondary
cannabinoid profile but the word is confusing because the spectrum is really not broad. On the contrary,
when broad spectrum is extracted and the THC is removed (remediated) the process not only strips out
the THC, it also removes most if not all the other cannabinoids. Most broad spectrum products only
contain 1%-2% secondary cannabinoids and thus the spectrum is quite narrow and usually non existent
at all.

CBD Isolate is only the molecule in isolate form. CBD isolate excludes everything else from the plant in
the extraction process and is the least expensive form of CBD. CBD isolate requires a very high dose for
an effect to be achieved and the result can become toxic to the liver. Often CBD isolate is suspended in
an oil tincture which leaves the CBD sitting in the liver and causing potential toxic effects. CBD isolate is
often marketed as “pure” and although it is truly the pure molecule, the product in isolate form is inferior
and the reference to “pure" is irrelevant to the function of the product. It is a market ploy.