Not all hemp is created equal, we know you have options, choose Wela! All Wela products are 100% THC FREE. Our company distributes the highest grade USA grown hemp oil extracts, rich in naturally occurring cannabinoid compounds. This broad spectrum phytocannabinoid rich hemp oil contains a large and diverse amount of naturally occurring compounds such as CBD, CBDA, CBG, CBN, CBC, and terpenes. Wela partners with the largest grower and producer of PCR Hemp Products in the industry. Our partner farm & lab uses both in-house & third party lab testing to ensure both safety & efficacy in every drop.
We use a whole plant approach in the making of our full-spectrum oil. The result is a highly concentrated oil containing all cannabinoids and terpenes naturally found in hemp.
Our Nanoemulsion technology allows for a much bigger surface area of the oil droplet, a higher absorption & bioavailability. The average size of Wela’s oil droplet is 25 nanometers, compared with 100-5000 nanometers that is usually obtained by using the industry standard liposomal delivery method.
Wela CBD is 100% THC-FREE. Using a patent pending Chromatography testing we are able to ensure adequate levels of cannabinoids & the absence of THC. This process allows us to conserve our full spectrum profile without the use of toxins or solvents, for an end product that is free of THC & heavy metals.
After being released, endocannabinoid are quickly broken down by enzymes, which include FAAH (fatty acid amide hydrolase) and MAGL (monoacylglycerol lipase).
The endocannabinoid system is involved with regulating many basic functions of the human body, including: Metabolism ,Pain, Sleep, Mood, Immune function, Inflammation, Neural development, Neuroprotection
Cardiovascular function, Digestion & Reproduction.
The endocannabinoid system is truly a treasure trove for scientists and medical professionals. Endocannabinoid are cannabinoids produced naturally within the human body.
Endocannabinoid are “short-order” neurotransmitters, meaning they are synthesized on demand. In other words, endocannabinoid are only produced when the body signals that they are needed, and their presence is transient.