Full-Spectrum CBD Soft Gels

Daily Wellness Support for Your Mind & Body.

Support your well-being with the naturally occurring synergy of our Strain-Specific + Full-Spectrum Soft Gels. Diesel Hemp™ Vegan Soft Gels are made with our own, full plant hemp extract. This cannabinoid and terpene-rich extract is derived from our own proprietary strains, bred and grown in-house. 


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Both CBDA and CBD have been studied for their potential health benefits. CBD is more widely researched and is known for its potential mood and mobility support benefits among others. CBDA has been less extensively studied, but preliminary research suggests it may have similar potential.

Strain-specific refers to products that are derived from a single strain of cannabis. Cannabis has different strains like roses have different colors or tomatoes have different varieties.

“Full-spectrum” CBD and CBDA soft gels are soft gels that contain all of the cannabinoids and terpenes found in that strain of hemp. If the product contains CBDA that means the CBD oil has not been heated or decarboxylated and is in its least processed state.

Full-spectrum CBD products may have more benefits than products containing just CBD (Isolate). Full-spectrum CBD and CBDA oils may have additional medicinal benefits because they contain all of the cannabinoids and terpenes which contributes to what is called the Entourage Effect.

Full-spectrum CBD and CBDA soft gels are different than other CBD products because they contain all of the active cannabinoids and terpenes which increase the entourage effect.

Recommended starting dose is 10mg to 25mg twice a day, but always consult a practitioner about dosing, and if taking other medications. These are only recommended guidelines, everyone is different.

Cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) and cannabidiol (CBD) are two different compounds found in the cannabis plant, which refers to both hemp and marijuana. Although both compounds are related and offer potential health benefits, they have some key differences:

Precursor relationship: CBDA is a precursor to CBD, meaning that CBD is formed when CBDA is exposed to heat or sunlight through a process called decarboxylation. During decarboxylation, the carboxyl group of CBDA is removed, converting it into CBD

Presence in the plant: In the raw cannabis plant, CBDA is found in higher concentrations than CBD. It is typically found in the trichomes of the plant, which are the hair-like structures on the surface of the plant. When the plant material is heated or aged, CBDA is converted into CBD.

Biological activity: CBDA and CBD interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) differently. CBD primarily interacts with the CB1 and CB2 receptors of the ECS, which are found in the brain and throughout the body, respectively. CBDA, on the other hand, does not directly bind to these receptors. Instead, it is thought to interact with other targets, such as the COX-2 enzyme, which is involved in inflammation and soreness response.

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