What are Flow Drops ?
Flow Drops is a water-soluble Nano Hemp Extract with a wide range of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids gained directly from the plant. Through patented Nanotechnology, which dissipates the particles of the extract, the absorption is more efficient than in conventional hemp oils.
The otherwise exclusively fat-soluble particles are broken down with the help of Nanotechnology .
Nanoparticle reduction makes Flow Drops water-soluble and thus maximum bioavailability is achieved.
Flow Drops have no intoxicating effect.
WHY ARE PRODUCTS LABELLED AS AROMATIC PRODUCTS?
Due to the "CBD Decree" of the Austrian Federal Government, we are not allowed to sell our products as food supplements. Flow Drops is therefore listed as an aroma product.
As our aroma products are not medicinal products or food supplements, they are declared as "Not for consumption". Intake recommendations as well as information about modes of action are therefore not possible for legal reasons.
WHERE DOES THE PRODUCT COME FROM?
The hemp plants used are obtained exclusively from the EU Common Catalog of varieties and subsequently processed in Germany. Our products are designed, filled and packaged in Austria.
Flow Drops are manufactured according to the guidelines and conditions of 'Good Manufacturing Practices' (GMP). GMP is the best-known quality control system in the manufacture of medicinal products for humans and animals. As a result, our products meet the highest quality requirements .
HOW MUCH SHOULD I TAKE AND WHAT HAPPENS IF I TAKE TOO MUCH?
Our products are not recommended for use in Austria. Therefore, we can unfortunately not give any information about dosage and intake. We recommend contacting doctors who are familiar with the subject of hemp.
Product and delivery
DELIVERY OUTSIDE AUSTRIA
Delivery to Austria and Germany is possible without further issues. Please inquire about the legal situation of CBD or hemp products in the target country before your purchase.
Further questions about shipping ?
On the subpage "Shipping" you will find all important information about the topic.Shipping
Returns are handled individually on a case-by-case basis. On the subpage "Cancellation policy" there is all the important information on the subject.Cancellation policy
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What is CBD ?
CBD, short for Cannabidiol , is counted among the so-called cannabinoids and are natural active ingredients that have mainly been extracted from the hemp plant. The best known cannabinoids are CBD and THC, whereby only the latter is responsible for the intoxicating effects of hemp plants, which makes the cannabinoid not only legal but also particularly interesting for self-medication due to its low THC content.
CBD binds to special receptors in the body to form a network with them, the so-called endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS regulates many different areas of human perception: In addition to the sensation of pain, the muscles and the function of the immune system and digestion, the system stimulates , among other things, our emotions, perception of fears and successes, memory and the sleep-wake rhythm.
CBD can therefore be used as an extremely effective, well-tolerated and, above all, safe component of the hemp plant, as it has anti-inflammatory, anti-epileptic and anti-schizophrenic effects without the well-known befogging side effects of THC, and invigorates the mind and helps the body to regenerate more quickly in a natural way. The use of cannabidiol is becoming increasingly popular in the complementary field due to the positive testimonials.
CBD is found in higher concentrations in the upper third of the cannabis plant and in the flowers. After harvesting, the plant parts are processed for the final end product by means of a Co2 extraction.
Effects of CBD on various receptors
Cannabidiol interacts with various receptors by either actively acting or merely blocking them. To the "classic" cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2), where THC exerts its effect, CBD shows a relatively low binding affinity, which is a significant reason for the multiple therapeutic benefits.
Serotonin receptors are abundant in our bodies, which makes them extremely important targets for CBD. Strictly speaking, it stimulates the 5-HT1A receptor, which results in a variety of positive CBD effects: In addition to anxiety-relieving, sleep-inducing and addiction-relieving properties, CBD in conjunction with the serotonin receptors helps to better regulate one's own diet, reduce the sensation of pain and is effective against nausea and vomiting.
This cascade of effects makes CBD an extremely potent aid in opiate withdrawal, the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, or diseases such as Parkinson's disease.
The receptor at which the CBD effect unfolds was actually named after the vanilla bean. Just like the pod, the cannabidiol stimulates this receptor and thereby supports the regulation of body temperature, the almost complete suppression of headaches and the relief of inflammation and pain perception.
P1 receptors are responsible for the regulation and "maintenance" of the cardiovascular system, and also release various anti-inflammatory substances in the body. These receptors and their released substances are consciously activated by the cannabidiol, and is thus able to intervene in the already existing circuit of invigorating neurotransmitters.
By taking CBD, GPR55 receptors can be switched off, which regulate the nutrient uptake from the bones into the bloodstream. Cannabidiol can interfere with this activity, resulting in increased bone stability and, according to researchers, additionally inhibiting the growth of cancer cells.
CBD activates both the alpha and gamma receptors and can, among other things, drastically inhibit the growth of tumor cells, extremely slow down the development of Alzheimer's disease and have a positive influence on mental illnesses such as schizophrenia.