With every CBD product, including CBD gummies, the quality of your experience depends on the quality of the product. TruHarvest CBD Gummies are created with your end-experience in mind. Every batch of gummies is made with either CBD Isolate or phytocannabinoid-rich, Full-Spectrum CBD derived from hemp. We use Virginia-grown hemp that is cultivated, harvested, and processed following standards that yield a high-quality product.
Our CBD gummies deliver:
Once consumed, CBD gummies are processed by the digestive system where the CBD is broken down and enters the bloodstream. CBD gummies will not make you feel intoxicated or “high” in any way. Instead, most CBD gummy users report feeling a greater sense of calm, a bit relaxed, and possibly more focused. CBD has been recognized for a number of positive therapeutic effects for both the mind and body, including:
TruHarvest CBD Isolate Gummies are infused with 99.9 percent pure CBD Isolate, while our Full-Spectrum CBD Gummies are infused with Full-Spectrum CBD hemp extract.
CBD Isolate is specifically the cannabinoid CBD without other cannabinoids like THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) or CBG (cannabigerol). On the contrary, Full-Spectrum CBD is cannabidiol along with other cannabinoids found in hemp, including 0.3 percent or less of THC.
Currently, there is no established standard for how much CBD you should take. CBD affects each person uniquely depending on their body chemistry, metabolism, and even whether they opt for CBD Isolate or a Full-Spectrum product. The general recommendation with all forms of CBD is to start with a low dose and slowly adjust your dose as needed. For instance, you may:
Both types of gummies offer their own advantages. For individuals who prefer to avoid THC completely, TruHarvest CBD Isolate Gummies are the best option. The amount of THC in our Full-Spectrum gummies is only a fractional amount, however, some research has suggested that cannabinoids like CBD work better when introduced with other cannabinoids due to a theory known as the entourage effect. Additionally, some other cannabinoids found in hemp are thought to offer their own therapeutic advantages.
Some users do report CBD can help with stress. In a 2,000-person survey performed in 2020, 49 percent of people who used CBD did so for stress or anxiety. However, the preliminary studies are not enough to firmly establish that CBD helps with stress even though the early studies do seem promising.
For example, in a study published by the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2019, 91 percent of study participants saw a reduction in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms after eight weeks of CBD treatment.