Natures Remedy products are formulated to help relieve severe and chronic pain in a natural and chemical free application; the way mother nature intended. Hemp oil is the active ingredient in Natures Remedy products.
Natures Remedy is 100% all natural and contains:
- No GMO
- No Additives
- No Chemicals
- No Hallucinogenics
Natures Remedy products are:
Hemp oil is considered a new “miracle cure,” but it is, in fact, one of the oldest forms of holistic medicine. It has been a natural remedy for a range of ailments for many, many years. Products made with hemp oil are widely accepted with proven health benefits, ranging from relief of anxiety, panic attacks, seizure disorders, and physical pain.
Ongoing clinical research in the use of hemp oil has produced positive results. However, these products are not FDA approved. As with any supplement or medication, consult with your doctor on the effects and proper dosage specific to your needs before use.[/spb_text_block] [spb_toggle title=”What is Full Spectrum Hemp Oil” open=”true” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”]
Full spectrum hemp oil does not contain any psychoactive properties. Full spectrum is a rich extract of the industrial hemp plant with about 86-89% phyto-cannabinoids and other terpenes. Hemp is known to have several health benefits but is most commonly it balances homeostasis levels of the body.[/spb_toggle] [spb_toggle title=”Will Hemp Oil Give Me a High?” open=”true” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”]
Natures Remedy full spectrum hemp extract products do not contain properties of psychoactive effects and you will NOT get high. The trace amount of THC that is naturally found in hemp is removed to the best ability of modern science and is not detectable in our products.[/spb_toggle] [spb_toggle title=”What is Full Spectrum?” open=”true” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”]
Full spectrum is a reference to hemp oil which contains all trace cannabinoids and terpenes, that enhance its medicinal benefits. A synergistic effect of multiple cannabinoids working together referred to as the “entourage effect”.[/spb_toggle]