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How to use CBD oil

CBD Oil is taken sublingually, as this allows the CBD to quickly enter the bloodstream and interact with the endocannabinoid system. Fill the pipette with the desired amount, and simply squirt the oil under your tongue. Let the oil sit for 45-60 seconds and then swallow. Repeat daily. This is the most popular way to consume CBD and can be in local grocery stores or online at Medterra!
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From Medterra, we will see you in 2018!

It has been a great year of 2017 for us at Medterra, and we look forward to 2018 with all of our customers! Stay tuned with us as we will be releasing new products in the future and continue to further assist our many happy customers for their CBD needs!
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Medterra's CBD Products Are Legal

Medterra is proud to be apart of Kentucky’s Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program which means we are fully licensed to grow and process industrial hemp in Kentucky, USA. All of our industrial hemp is grown and extracted in accordance with the strict guidelines of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. Growing under the Kentucky Hemp Pilot Program is also 100% compliant with Section 7606 of the 2014 Farm Bill, which means harvesting and distributing is 100% legal at the federal level.
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5 Health Benefits of MCT Oil

At Medterra, our products are 99% pure CBD oil with MCT oil. MCT oil has been studied and proven to show many benefits such as burning fat, rejuvenating energy, and losing weight. MCTs or Medium Chain Triglycerides are a type of fat found in in certain oils and dairy products.
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CBD for Dogs: Princess Goldie's Story

Princess Goldie is one of our many pet customers here at Medterra. We love helping out our furry friends and receive many happy owners commenting about using our CBD oil and CBD isolate for their pet's issues. Suffering from a cancerous cyst in her head, Princess Goldie is off all of her medication and only on our CBD isolate! Now that's a tale for Princess Goldie's journey!
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World Health Organization - No Health Risks for CBD

A World Health Organization (WHO) report has found no adverse health outcomes but rather several medical applications for cannabidiol, a.k.a. CBD, despite U.S. federal policy on this cannabinoid chemical. According to a preliminary WHO report published last month, naturally occurring CBD is safe and well tolerated in humans (and animals), and is not associated with any negative public health effects. Experts further stated that CBD, a non-psychoactive chemical found in cannabis, does not induce physical dependence and is "not associated with abuse potential." The WHO also wrote that, unlike THC, people aren't getting high off of CBD, either.

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