By legal definition, “Marijuana” is a term used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain more than 0.3% total THC (by dry weight) and can induce psychotropic or euphoric effects on the user, which is a federally regulated, illegal drug. “Hemp” is a term used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain 0.3% or less THC content (by dry weight). Hemp has generally been used to describe non-intoxicating Cannabis that is harvested for the industrial use of its derived products. After the passing of the Farm Bill, hemp products are legal nationwide.
There are a lot of factors that may determine how many cannabinoids you should take. These factors include your body weight, the condition you are treating, and the method of consumption. Before consuming Eagle Hemp products, consult your doctor to determine an appropriate dosage.
We recommend treating minor conditions with our moderate strength products (25 mg/mL). Take a half dropper full in the morning and a half dropper full midway through the day. Increase as necessary. For severe conditions, use our ultra-strength products (50 mg/mL) in the same manner. Apply a pea-sized drop of our cream to the area two times daily. Increase as needed.
CBDa (Cannabidiolic Acid) is one of many compounds produced in a hemp plant. In hemp plants, CBDa is the most abundantly found cannabinoid and converts to CBD when exposed to heat. Like many other CBD products on the market, we convert CBDa to CBD in our CBD+ formulations. Each cannabinoid and terpene have different effects on the body. To preserve the most abundant and natural terpenes and cannabinoids, we also offer CBDa+ products which are rich in CBDa, as well as CBD and other minor cannabinoids. Unlike most cannabinoids, CBDa does not bind directly with the CB1 or CB2 receptors in our bodies. CBDa interacts with the endocannabinoid system by inhibiting the cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) enzyme. CBDa also has shown an effect on levels of serotonin which is vital to motor skills, sleeping, digestion, and emotions. Stressors such as radiation and chemotherapy trigger the body to release excess serotonin, causing nausea or vomiting.
A certificate of analysis (CoA) is a laboratory report on the chemical makeup of a cannabis product. In a world full of suspect formulations and lack of integrity, 3rd party CoAs from laboratories with high standards are the most import tool for distinguishing a great product from “snake oil.” We provide a full panel analysis from Americanna Laboratory https://americannalaboratories.com/ (a top-notch DEA registered laboratory) on all our products to ensure the safety of our consumers. Full panel analyses include heavy metal, microbiological, mycotoxin, residual solvent, cannabinoid potency, and terpene testing. In providing a full panel analysis, not only do we prove that our products are compliant to legal standards, but we also show that our product is free of harmful contaminants and contains the advertised levels of active ingredients. At Eagle Hemp, we strive to be as transparent with our products as possible to ensure peace of mind for our customers. That is why each container of an Eagle Hemp product contains a QR code to access the CoA.
Quality is the highest priority when we create our products. We designed a state-of-the-art facility to produce the highest quality hemp products available on the market. Our quality standards are based on pharmaceutical standards to replicate how medications are being processed and analyzed. In addition to our facility, we employ educated staff that care about the safety and satisfaction of our customers.
View the Eagle Hemp oil comparison done under a microscope at up to 200x.
At Eagle Hemp, we ensure that products are packaged to protect from product degradation. However, cannabinoids are sensitive to light and heat. The best way to store your product is in a cool, dark area seated in an upright position, like a pantry. A refrigerator may be another good option to slightly increase the longevity of the oil, but it may thicken at lower temperatures. All Eagle Hemp products have a shelf life of at least a year.