5MG THCV per mL (21MG Total Cannabinoids/mL)
Do you need to get into work mode? THCv is sometimes called the coffee of cannabis due to it’s uplifting and energizing effects. RESTART THCv oil contains 2.5mg of THCv per 1/2mL along with CBD and CBDv. Mixing THCV with CBD may offer a mix of clarity with calm relaxation, while also staving off hunger. Take 1/2 to 1mL and go tackle the world!
- Serving Size: 1/2mL
- Servings per Container: 20
- Strength: 2.5mg THCV; 4MG CBD; 4MG CBDv per 1/2mL
- Total 210MG Cannabinoids (50MG THCV + 80MG CBD + 80MG CBDv) per 10mL bottle
- Organically Grown USA hemp. Co2 Extracted.
- Sustainably processed. No pesticides, herbicides, solvents, or chemical fertilizers.
- No chemicals. No preservatives. No additives. No sweeteners.
- <0.3% Δ-9 THC
- Small Batched in Austin Texas
- Amber glass bottles provide UV protection.
- Each glass dropper is calibrated in 1/4mL increments up to 1mL for easing measuring.
- 3rd Party Lab Tested for Purity
RESTART products are made with the highest quality of ingredients.
How to Use: Take 1/2 mL – 1 mL with food or eat within 10-30 minutes after taking them for best effects.
What is THCV?
Natural Ingredients: THCv hemp distillate, CBD, CBDv, Organic MCT oil.
NON-GMO | MADE IN USA | LABORATORY TESTED
RESTART CBD is excited to announce THCV! With so many different cannabinoids popping up in the cannabis industry, it can be difficult to know which ones to choose from. In the past, we’ve focused on CBD, CBG and CBN, three cannabinoids that have been known to help with an array of issues ranging from anxiety, inflammation and pain management. Thanks to our dedicated team of experts, we are now going to be carrying one of the newer, and more exciting cannabinoids, THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin).
What is THCV and what exactly does it do?
THCV is a cannabinoid that was first discovered in the early 1970s and is relatively common in cannabis plants. However, it’s just now making its way into the mainstream and we’re excited to be able to supply our customers with one of the most exciting cannabinoids available.
Like CBD and THC, this cannabinoid is initially produced by the cannabis plant in its precursor acidic form of tetrahydrocannabivarin acid (THCVA). Cannabigerovarinic acid (CBGV), a central precursor, converts to THCVA, which itself eventually converts into THCV when exposed to heat, or light.
Known as the “weight management” cannabinoid, THCV is actually a well-studied appetite suppressant. Other research, such as this study by the Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, suggests that THCV may be an effective weight-loss compound because it improves connectivity in the areas of the brain that are generally altered in people with obesity. It’s important to note that research supports THCV’s weight-loss qualities only when it is ingested at low doses. At doses high enough to get the person “high”, THCV does not act the same way. In fact, at high doses, THCV may actually increase appetite.
THCV is only psychoactive in extremely high doses. This is the only similarity between THCV and THC. As mentioned above, unlike THC that is said to give users the munchies, THCV acts as an appetite suppressant. Interestingly, studies have shown that THCV can actually counteract some of THC’s effects. Another key benefit to THCV is the fact that it kicks in fast but also dissipates fast, which is a major benefit to those who don’t want to feel the effects of cannabis for too long.
Additionally, THCV has also been used as a powerful anti-inflammatory agent and has been know to suppress tremors associated with illnesses such as ALS, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease.
What is CBDV?
Cannabidivarin (CBDV) might be the next significant cannabinoid the world will witness. When dealing with CBDV vs CBD, both cannabinoids share huge similarities that could be a massive hit in the medical industry because of the therapeutic effects offered.
CBDV is almost identical to cannabidiol; however, some unique properties make it different and worth pursuing on its own.
CBDV is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that will not cause the euphoric feeling of being “high.” It is found more prevalently in indica strains, specifically those lower in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
Like CBD, CBDV significantly reduces the frequency and severity of seizures. It also reduces or even eliminates nausea associated with several conditions, and helps to reduce inflammation throughout the body. CBDV is also beneficial in the treatment of pain and mood disorders.
CBDV seems to have great potential (so far) to treat people with neurological disorders, epilepsy, and related seizures. The anticonvulsant, antiepileptic and anti-nausea properties of CBDV are incredible but also warrants further research.
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