Cannabidiol is being put into everything these days, from beverages to bath bombs and dog treats. Many tout it as the answer to anxiety, sleep issues and pain relief. However, the THC contents in CBD can be limiting.
Whether its due to a job that requires drug testing or personal preference, many have to avoid CBD altogether—or do they?
Orange is the new green
The market is now seeing CBD supplements derived from other plants such as orange peel or hops.
One company that wants to make CBD accessible for all is Peels, a wellness company founded by 11-year NFL veteran and CEO Chris Hetherington.
The company produces molecularly-identical CBD without a trace of THC or toxic impurities commonly found in cannabis and hemp-derived CBD products. With both awards and certifications from Clean Label Project, Peels claims their CBD oil is the purest and safest CBD product on the market.
How do you make CBD from oranges?
Peels’ proprietary process of deriving CBD from orange peels is called Cyclic Terpene Assembly. This process combines terpenes from orange peels with olivetol, a naturally occurring organic compound, under heat and pressure in the presence of a catalyst. After minimal further processing, the result is crystalline CBD with high purity and consistency.
Peels’ molecularly identical CBD acts in the body in the same way and has the same holistic benefits as cannabis- and hemp-derived CBD, but without the impurities and variability associated with cannabis and hemp-derived CBD. CBD interacts with the human endocannabinoid system to deliver powerful all-natural results.