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What is CBD?

CBD is short for cannabidiol, a naturally occurring compound contained in cannabis plants. CBD and the more than 100 other similar substances within cannabis are called cannabinoids. These are extracted from the plant to create Evercure CBD oil and many other products.

CBD molecules bind to receptors in our bodies which are made specifically to process cannabinoids and nothing else, called the endocannabinoid system. We all have an endocannabinoid system, and Evercure's all natural CBD products are a perfect match.

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We refuse to compromise on safety, quality, or integrity, and pledge to bring you the purest, most finely crafted CBD products available anywhere. Every Evercure product is 3rd party lab tested multiple times during the crafting process for complete quality assurance. Certificates of Analysis (COA's) may be found here or by scanning the QR code label on the product. Unintentional selfies made while fumbling with your smartphone to capture the QR may be found here.

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When we say our Evercure CBD tinctures are full spectrum, we mean it. Our process ensures the cleanest and most complete extraction of CBD, cannabinoids, terpenes, and beneficial plant compounds, without the cloudiness and sediment found in other products.

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Our Evercure CBD - giving plants are farmed, harvested, processed and packaged right here in the heart of the Bluegrass State. We work here, our kids play here, our pets run here, our family lives here. We are members of the Kentucky Proud program, and excited to participate in the local farmer's market again this year!

How CBD Works

CBD works in our bodies due to the presence of the endocannabinoid system. This is a biological system of receptors in the brain and body that bond with naturally occurring cannabis plant compounds called cannabinoids. That's right! We have a system in our bodies that will not react to anything except these compounds that are only found in cannabis plants! This biological match between us and cannabis was meant to be.

Currently, CBD and cannabinoids are the subject of a great deal of research and testing to find out exactly how, why, and where in our bodies they work. We do know that the two main receptors in the endocannabinoid system are CB1 and CB2, and they use different pathways to help heal our bodies when cannabinoids are available. Many people have little to no cannabinoids in their system due to supply and demand issues, and the endocannabinoid system lies dormant, waiting to be activated. Adding a small dose of CBD to your daily routine is an easy way to wake up that sleeping giant and get your body working completely in harmony once again.