What is CBD (Cannabidiol)?


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 Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a compound that research suggests has significant medical benefits. It is the main active compound in hemp, and unlike THC (the main active compound in Cannabis) it is non psychoactive, and will not make you "high". CBD is a great option for persons looking for relief from inflammation, pain, anxiety, psychosis, seizures, and other conditions without negative side effects, making it an incredible natural alternative to prescription drugs which come with a multitude of negative side effects.  

The Endocannabinoid System

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 Within our body there exists a system called the Endocannabinoid System. Endocannabinoid receptors are found throughout the body: in the brain, organs, connective tissues, glands, and immune cells. In each tissue, the cannabinoid system performs different tasks, but the goal is always the same: homeostasis, the maintenance of a stable internal environment despite fluctuations in the external environment. 

What Can CBD Do For Me?



 CBD may just be natures greatest anti-inflammatory.  Research shows Cannabinoids are potent anti-inflammatory agents. Instead of masking pain, CBD goes straight to the source of pain and restores balance in the body, reducing inflammation and as a result reducing pain. 

Anxiety, Depression, & Mood Disorders


 CBD is a natural anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), and boosts serotonin and dopamine production in the brain. It also works to regulate stress responses in the body.  



 CBD can help regulate mood swings, and support the sustaining of balance within the body.  Its boost in dopamine production helps memory and focus. Sleep comes easier, and in turn promotes concentration and reduced impulsiveness.  

Cancer Related Symptoms


 CBD has been shown to help soothe the symptoms of cancer or the side effects of cancer therapy like  pain (including pain caused by damaged nerves), nausea and vomiting, anxiety, and loss of appetite.  



  Schizophrenia and its symptoms can largely be affected by neurotransmitter imbalance. The benefits of CBD for schizophrenia are similar to all the benefits CBD has. It helps regulate the endocannabinoid system, thereby helping the body reach homeostasis. This helps normalize insufficient dopamine in the brain, which can be responsible for hallucinations, mood disorders, and more.  



  Studies have shown CBD can lessen the emotional impact of traumatic events and helps patients to experience less anxiety and fear as well as improving their ability to sleep.  

Skin Conditions


 CBD is a powerful antioxidant and contains many vitamins and minerals. It protects your skin from UV, smoke, and other pollutants. Acne is preventable due to CBD's ability to adjust the level of oils in skin and hair. CBD also promotes skin and hair growth and repair. 



 CBD my help reduce pain and inflammation within the gastrointestinal tract by slowing the secretion of gastrointestinal fluid. As an anti-spasmodic, CBD soothes muscle spasms and creates a calming effect. 

Heart Conditions


 CBD may assist with relaxing arterial walls, reducing inflammation, protecting and repairing tissues, and even reducing pro-inflammatory cytokines. It naturally lowers blood pressure, and diminishes stress.  



 CBD has anticonvulsant properties. This means it may prevent or reduce the severity of epileptic fits or other convulsions. CBD targets different regions of the brain that trigger convulsions. This includes the receptor agonists, GATA transcription factors, sodium and calcium ion channels, and glutamine receptor antagonists.   

Immune Health


Cannabinoids are a type of immunomodulator, which means they may help regulate and influence the function of the immune system. Research shows they reduce inflammatory response for those with autoimmune diseases, and protect and lubricate systems for optimal function. 

The Importance Of Full Spectrum CBD

The "Entrourage Effect"

When you hear the term "Full Spectrum CBD Oil" you may be wondering, what exactly is Full Spectrum? What makes Full Spectrum a better option for me

CBD, or Cannabidiol, is one of at least 113 different cannabinoids. Full Spectrum means you are getting the full range of cannabinoids that are present naturally in the Hemp plant, as well as a plethora of essential minerals, vitamins, protein, chlorophyll, fatty acids, fiber, terpenes and flavonoids! This is opposed to synthetic Cannabinoids or a singular, isolated Cannibinoid extract. 

This mix of Cannabinoids and other natural compounds within our Full Spectrum CBD work together to amplify their individual therapeutic properties in a harmonious manner, supporting your body in its attempt to achieve homeostasis. This collaborative blend is often referred to as the "Entourage Effect".  

We are confident in the superior quality of our Owego Hemp Pure Full Spectrum CBD, and we know you will be too. 

Always talk to your doctor before you take CBD, or any other herbs or supplements.

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Stay Informed!

Not all CBD is the same

Make sure any product you are buying is made with organic ingredients and tested for any harmful contaminants.

CBD vs Hemp Oil


Any product that is sold as CBD (cannabidiol) should explicitly state on the label it contains CBD. Anything that says "Hemp Oil" or "Hemp Seed Oil" is not what you are looking for. 

Number of Ingredients


Many products contain additional ingredients that dilute the CBD oil, causing you to use more to get the results you need.  Our products contain nothing but pure CBD, MCT carrier oil, and flavoring.

CBD Pet Relief

Owego Hemp Full Spectrum Pet CBD may assist with:


• lack of appetite
• separation anxiety
• excessive barking
• nausea from car rides
• lack of vitality and energy
• trips to the vet or groomer
• muscle spasms or seizures
• pain from cancer or arthritis
• recovery from surgery or illness
• pacing or inability to settle or relax
• fear of thunderstorms, fireworks or loud noises
• grumpiness or aggression toward another animal

• multi-pet households
• constant hiding
• fear of the litter box
• eating inappropriate objects
• crying with no apparent cause