Green_Million_0007_edited_edited.jpg

Why CBD drops are good for people.

CBD can work wonders. It can help with inflammation and inflammation-related pain, epilepsy, schizophrenic psychosis, stress, burnout, sleep disorders, migraines, nausea, and vomiting. The list could go on forever. In short: CBD does not get you high, it has relaxing effects on the body. CBD is even being tested to fight breast cancer , and CBD is also part of a drug against multiple sclerosis .

Green_Million_0003_edited.jpg

Hemp tea and its uses.

Hemp tea is a traditional drink with beneficial effects. Green tea is used in traditional Chinese medicine as well as in the Indian tradition of Ayurveda. Hemp tea is often used for sleep disorders, pain and anxiety problems.

Hanf%C3%B6l_edited.jpg

Hemp cooking oil

Hemp oil contains up to 80 percent of the unsaturated fatty acids that are essential for us. That alone doesn't make the oil so special, however. The decisive factor is the perfect ratio of 3 to 1 of the essential omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids. The hemp oil can also score with the rare gamma-linolenic acid.

In addition, the important minerals calcium and magnesium, potassium and iron, zinc and phosphorus, manganese and copper and sodium are found in hemp seed oil.

Erdbeerli_edited.jpg
Green-Passion-CBD-Blueten-Cheesy Passion

Hemp flowers

Hemp flowers are probably the most popular part of the plant. The flowers have the highest concentration of cannabinoids such as cannabidiol (CBD) or THC. The THC content of some flowers was also the reason that the plant was demonized for decades. Hemp flowers without significant THC content are the basis for countless medical applications. The effectiveness of the various ingredients has not been scientifically confirmed one hundred percent. Nevertheless, there are many studies and experiments, especially on CBD. These document successes in various areas such as pain therapy, cancer therapy, depression, multiple sclerosis (MS), stress, insomnia, menstrual cramps and much more.

Hemp flowers are also popular in foods such as tea, spices and baked goods