Biocore Essentials CBD

Highest Concentration of CBD in the market!!

THC (tetrahydrocannabinol)

  • Psychoactive
  • Used for pain, stress, appetite, sleep
  • CBD (cannabidiol)

  • Nonpsychoactive
  • Used for anxiety, inflammation, epilepsy, arthritis
  • Major phytocannabinoid, making up to 40% of plant’s extract.
  • THCa (tetrahydrocannabinol acid)

  • Psychoactive, but far less than THC
  • Used for pain management, neuroprotective properties, appetite
  • Preliminary research and anecdotal evidence suggest that THCa may play a pivotal role in cannabis medicine as the industry moves forward.
  • CBN (cannabinol)

  • Nonpsychoactive
  • Used for pain management, insomnia, inflammation
  • Widely known for its sedative effect

  • CBG (cannabigerol)

  • Nonpsychoactive
  • Used for muscular disorders, skin conditions, inflamma¬tion, anxiety
  • Research is only starting to emerge about this cannabi¬noid, but early studies suggest that CBG is an analgesic and can aid with eyesight, muscle contractions, psoriasis, and depression.

    When taking capsules, edibles, or tinctures orally, the cannabinoids are metabolized in the stomach like a food or beverage. The cannabinoids enter the blood¬stream directly and immediately travel to the brain, where they bind to cannabinoid receptor cells. When ingested, THC becomes 11-hydroxy-tetrahydrocan¬nabinol, a cannabinoid that is five to ten times more psychoactive than THC itself. However, CBD, can be ingested without any concern for psychoactive effects. Overall, ingesting CBD is one of the best ways to absorb CBD for its strong anti-inflammatory properties. This method has similar mind and body effects to inhaling cannabis through smoking or vaporization. Effects are usually felt within 15 to 45 minutes and last two to three hours.


    Vaping allows the user to inhale the cannabinoids from the hemp oil product and the can-nabinoids go directly into the bloodstream. The user can experience relief within minutes.


    Patches are a transdermal delivery system, meaning that the cannabinoids penetrate all layers of the skin to reach your bloodstream. This affects pain and in¬flammation throughout the body, regardless of the pain’s location. Transdermal patches release slowly, so they deliver the full cannabinoid content over the course of 12 hours.

    Effects are usually felt within 30 to 45 minutes and last for 12 hours.


    Topicals provide relief through cannabinoids pene¬trating the skin (our largest organ) and interacting with our receptors to reduce pain, swelling, and in¬flammation. Results can be felt in a few minutes and relief can last anywhere from two to four hours. Fatty tissues can also store CBD to provide ongoing relief. Most importantly, the cannabinoids do not reach the bloodstream, so pain relief is local with no psychoac¬tivity. And because the cannabinoids don’t reach the bloodstream, overdosing is not a concern and you can apply as liberally as needed. The more cannabinoids, the more relief, so it is important to take note of can¬nabinoid counts on the label.

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