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CBD & The Ednocannabinoid System
Our CBD, Our Process

At Advanced Modern Medicine, we only use Pure, Natural Anhydrous Hemp Oil. We use a Crystalline Isolate process that removes all of the oils, plant material, waxes, chlorophyll, and more, leaving behind the pure Cannabidiol.
Our CBD is extracted from non-GMO hemp using a CO2 process.

The CBD isolate extraction process produces a botanical concentrate that includes the cannabinoids, fatty acids, and other plant material found naturally in hemp plants. The CBD hemp oil is then purified using a proprietary process to filter plant material and then winterized to remove excess waxes, producing a pure isolate powder with 99% pure Cannabidiol.

To further ensure quality and reliability of our CBD isolate process, third party labs testing is done for an accurate concentration of cannabinoids and to protect our consumers from the presence of mold, mildew, fungus, toxins, heavy metals, and residual solvents.

What is CBD and how does it work?

Cannabidiol, or CBD is a phytocannabinoid which can modulate the ECS (Endocannabinoid System) and its signaling function as an agonist, inverse agonists and allosteric modulator. Unlike THC or other psychoactive phytocannabinoid, over 100 clinical studies have shown CBD’s health benefits without any neuropsychotic effects.

All Cannabinoids, including CBD, attach themselves to certain receptors in the body to produce their effects. The human body produces certain Cannabinoids on its own. It has two receptors for Cannabinoids, called CB1 receptors and CB2 receptors.


Endocannabinoid System

The Endocannabinoid System of ECS is a transmitter system that controls and modulates a variety of physicological and cognitive processes such as; your brain, immune system, appetite, pain-sensation, mood memory etc.. The ECS contains Cannabinoid Receptor 1(CB1) and Cannabinoid Receptor 2(CB2), two primary endocannabinoid receptors. 

CB1 receptors are found all around the body, but many of them are in the brain. The CB1 receptors in the brain deal with coordination and movement, pain, emotions and mood, thinking, appetite, and memories, among others.

CB2 receptors are more common in the immune system. They affect inflammation and pain.

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