Always Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil
Endoca Hemp Oil Drops offer a whole-plant liquid formulation, crafted with CO2 extracted hemp oil. Each droplet is powered with the unique, beneficial compounds found in this amazing plant.
Two natural compounds found in Endoca’s hemp oil are CBD and CBDa. While the “Raw” version contains both, the standard version has been carefully heated to turn all of its CBDa into CBD —a process known as decarboxylation. Choosing between these two is up to you and which compounds you’ve found to work best in your body.
- 15% Hemp Oil (10ml / 1,500mg CBD)
- 15% Raw Hemp Oil (10ml / 1,500mg CBD + CBDa)
- 3% Hemp Oil (10ml / 300mg CBD)
- 3% Raw Hemp Oil (10ml / 300mg CBD + CBDa)
Endoca hemp oil comes in the 3% and 15% concentration options listed above. The benefit of choosing the stronger 15% options is the ability to take much smaller serving sizes for the same wellness values.
Why Choose Endocal Hemp Oil?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the most abundant cannabinoid found in hemp oil. It has been studied for a rapidly growing list of benefits, all surrounding its effects on our Endocannabinoid System (ECS).
If you’re unfamiliar with the ECS, it is a collection of receptors attached to cells all throughout your body —notably in the brain, central and peripheral nervous system. All mammals have this system, and we all produce endocannabinoids within our own bodies.
In short, our ECS is in charge of governing many processes in the body that maintain homeostasis.
Unfortunately…it doesn’t always do a good job.
That’s where cannabinoids, derived from hemp, make their entrance. They’re an incredible, completely natural way to support the ECS.
Endoca hemp oil is made with quality hemp extracts that deliver powerful CBD in each drop. Just one 10ml bottle contains from 300mg CBD, all the way up to an extremely potent 1,500mg CBD. That’s 90% stronger than most of its competitors! This means you can take just 1-5 drops per day for a full CBD serving.
If you’re looking for the highest strength liquid CBD oil supplement with no flavor added, Endoca hemp oil is a great choice.
Synergistic Blend of CBD and Terpenes
We know cannabinoids are powerful…but what you may not know is there are other organic compounds found in hemp that work synergistically with cannabinoids. We’re talking about terpenes, of course!
Terpenes are found in all plants. They have distinct aromas, flavors, and benefits that are often fully attributed to the benefits found in essential oils. To create Endoca hemp oil, the following terpenes are mixed in to help efficacy: myrcene, limonene, alpha & beta-pinene, linalool, B-caryophyllene, Caryphyllene oxide, Terpinolene, and Humulene.
How To Use Endoca Hemp Oil
The recommended serving size for Endoca hemp oil is 1-5 drops under the tongue. Hold for 60-90 seconds and then swallow. Repeat 3 times per day; once in the morning, afternoon and then evening.
There are 300 drops total per bottle.
If you’re unsure of which tier (1-5 drops) to start in, follow the recommended schedule below.
WEEK #1: Take 1 drop in the morning, evening and night.
WEEK #2: Take 2 drops in the morning, evening and night.
WEEK #3: Take 3 drops in the morning, evening and night.
…Repeat until you’ve reached 5 drops per day. If at any point you feel you are taking too much oil, stop and continue taking the previous amount. This method allows you to build up the CBD into your system while experimenting with different serving sizes. The goal is to, in one of these weeks, find that the amount you were taking was perfect for your goals. No two people seem to be the same in terms of the best amount of CBD per day, so we like this easy-to-follow CBD serving size guide. We hope it will prove to be helpful for you, too.
- Hemp seed oil (80%)
- Containing omega-3, omega-6, vitamin E
- Phytocannabinoids: CBD (Cannabidiol) and low concentrations of CBC, CBG, CBN
- Myrcene, Limonene, Alpha & Beta-pinene, Linalool, B-caryophyllene, Caryophyllene oxide, Terpinolene, Humulene
- Other natural molecules
- Cannabis plant waxes, alkanes, nitrogenous compounds, amino acids, aldehydes, ketones, flavonoids, glycosides, vitamins, pigments, water, co-factors, co-nutrients