CBD (Cannabidiol) is a natural active substance extracted from the cannabis plant with no intoxicating effects used worldwide to enhance physical, mental and social well-being.
These receptors are part of the so-called endocannabinoid system, which influences the balance of the body and soul, including the regulation of appetite, energy balance, pain, stress response and sleep, and can have a highly positive effect on the skin.
The harmony of this internal system (homeostasis) determines your health or illness.
Natural products for everyday superheroes to support their health, energy, resilience and in doing so, to regain their true power. They don’t only exist in fairy tales. The world is full of everyday superheroes who occasionally come up against an obstacle in their path. For every obstacle in life, we have prepared a unique product containing CBD. Based on our knowledge and experience, we have adjusted the usage and concentration so that you don’t have to try to get them right through trial and error. And not only that: we have enriched some of them with extracts from herbs known for their beneficial effects. The hemp we use comes from a Czech organic farm. Hemp oil is obtained by cold pressing and cannabinoids extracted. All of our customers can be absolutely certain that this is a 100% natural portfolio of products.
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