• The crop is insect resistant and easy to grow organically without the use of chemicals.
  • It is also low risk because the plant is simple to grow.
  • Farmers will benefit from the whole plant as well as the seeds, resulting in a high profit per hectare.
  • It can be used in place of fish oil because the plant is high in Omega 3 and has the ideal 1:3 omega 3 to 6 ratio.
  • There is a sizable population that believes it has a calming impact. As a result, it is popular for recreational purposes.
  • There are also several people who say that the plant can help with a variety of symptoms.

CBD oil can be consumed in a variety of ways. There are:

  • Using CBD oil sublingually/under the tongue
  • CBD ingestion through edibles
  • Vaping CBD inhalation
  • CBD topically applied to the skin
  • Using CBD suppositories vaginally or anally

The method you choose will determine how to use Endoca CBD oil. Feel free to read our resource on how to take CBD oil for more details.

The best way to take CBD oil is unique to each individual. For example, if you want a fast and efficient way to take CBD oil that you can do anytime, anywhere, taking CBD oil under the tongue could be the best option.

If you don’t like the taste of hemp and want an easier way to see how much CBD you’re taking, CBD capsules might be the best option.

Alternatively, if you want to stop digestion entirely (for example, if you have isolated pain), CBD skin care or CBD suppositories may be the better option for you. Read our guide on how to take CBD oil to find out the best way to take CBD based on your preferences.

CBD tincture can be applied under the tongue with the given dropper (like CBD oil).

CBD tinctures are usually liquid hemp extracts mixed with vegetable glycerin (VG), alcohol, or oil. In reality, the term “tincture” refers to any type of substance that is kept in an alcohol solution.

CBD oils extracted using CO2 are generally a cleaner and healthier way to use CBD products. This is due to the fact that these extracts have no residual solvents or other impurities.

If CBD oils are unavailable, CBD tincture oil is another excellent way to use CBD extracts. CBD tincture, like CBD oil, can bypass digestion if taken sublingually, allowing it to enter the bloodstream much faster than other methods.

CBD oil is legal in most countries around the world as long as it is derived from hemp and contains low levels of THC (0.3 percent ). This is the compound that causes you to get high, and it is illegal in the majority of countries. While hemp is a controlled substance, it can be used in skincare, natural beauty products, clothing, and cooking ingredients. Learn more about CBD’s legal status in 2018.


CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol, one of over 100 naturally occurring cannabinoids present in cannabis sativa (one of the Latin names for this type of cannabis). It has many health benefits, is legal in the large part of the world, is non-toxic, and is totally non-psychoactive.

Hemp oil is simply another name for CBD oil, since both words refer to cannabis extracts. However, there is a lot of confusion about the difference between hemp seed oil and hemp oil, with many people thinking they are the same thing.

Hemp seed oil is obtained entirely from hemp seeds and is used in cooking, but it contains no CBD or other cannabinoids.

More information can be found in our ‘What Is CBD?’ guide.

Medical cannabis, also known as medical marijuana, refers to the use of cannabis to cure illness or relieve symptoms. However, no single definition has been settled upon. This term is most commonly used to describe plants that contain a high concentration of THC, although it is becoming more difficult to identify what it is due to the recent discovery of many cannabis plants containing a variety of other molecules.

Medical cannabis/medical marijuana is a term that is commonly heard in the thousands of medical cannabis shops that operate in the United States and sell cannabis plants legally under state law. The majority of medicinal cannabis/marijuana sold is for recreational purposes. Clinical studies have been conducted on very few cannabis products on the market. Regrettably, the experiments that have been conducted have yielded inconclusive results.

Yes, it has many slang names, such as;

  • Marijuana
  • Pot
  • Weed
  • Grass
  • Ganja
  • Dope
  • Herb
  • Reefer
  • Skunk

A synthase is an enzyme that catalyzes the joining of two molecules together.

The endocannabinoid system regulates neuronal activity and nearly every other physiological system in the body on a homeostatic basis. It affects pain, inflammation, memory, emotion, sleep, and metabolic function in a regulating manner.

It is made up of a large network of receptors located in the brain, central and peripheral nervous systems, as well as cannabis-like compounds called endocannabinoids.

It has been compared to a dimmer switch, continuously working to restore equilibrium when the body experiences excessive or insufficient activity.

Plant cannabinoids such as CBD and THC interact with the endocannabinoid system, which researchers believe may account for some of the cannabis plant’s recorded physiological effects.

Additionally, scientists assume that when this mechanism is not functioning properly, diseases can occur. This is referred to as Endocannabinoid Deficiency and can be at the root of a variety of disorders including migraines, fibromyalgia, IBS, and multiple sclerosis.

Recent research has revealed that other plant species, such as carrot (Daucus carota), kava (Piper methyscum), New Zealand liverwort (Radula marginata), ginger (Zingiber officinale), and black pepper (Piper nigrum), contain active compounds that interact with the endocannabinoid system.

CBDa is CBD’s acidic precursor. That means if you took some freshly harvested hemp plants, they will contain a high concentration of CBDa and a small amount of CBD. CBDa is converted to CBD during the drying and heating processes (Cannabidiol).

The acidic precursor of THC is THCa. That means that if you took some freshly harvested cannabis plants, they would be mainly THCa with just a trace of THC. THCa is converted to THC during the drying and heating processes (Tetrahydrocannabinol).

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the most abundant cannabinoid in the cannabis plant. Since it has a psychoactive effect, plant varieties bred for recreational use are especially high in THC.

That is not to assume that THC has no therapeutic value. It has been shown to be effective in reducing nausea and vomiting in chemotherapy patients, as well as slowing the development of glaucoma and helping to relieve nerve pain.

CBD, Chlorophyll, Alkanes, Nitrogenous compounds, Amino acids, Sugars, Aldehydes, Alcohols, Ketones, Flavonoids, Glycosides, Vitamins, and Pigments are only a few of the many compounds contained in cannabis.

We discovered that cannabis/hemp contains over 400 molecules, and recent research has shown that cannabis produces a group of molecules known as cannabinoids, which are primarily responsible for its effects. CBD, THC, CBG, CBC, and CBN are among the more than 120 cannabinoids.

THC, a psychoactive cannabinoid that causes a high, is a well-known cannabinoid. Endoca, on the other hand, makes products with a high concentration of the cannabinoid CBD, which does not yield a high.

Yes, it contains 300mg of CBD Cannabidiol.

We’ve been scouring the globe for cannabis/hemp strains that contain high levels of CBD, other cannabinoids, and unnoticeable amounts THC.

Our hemp Endoca oil has CBD. This is due to the fact that our hemp oil is derived from the hemp plant, which is naturally high in CBD (one of over 100 compounds found in cannabis plants).

Hemp is a term that is commonly applied to cannabis strains that are high in CBD and low in THC (the natural compound that makes you high). Our hemp oil is rich in CBD and has very minimal THC levels (around 0.3 percent). Our CBD hemp oil is fully legal and has no psychoactive properties.

CBD edibles are edible products that contain CBD, for example, CBD chewing gum.


All of them are cannabis plants in fact. However, hemp, also known as industrial hemp, is a term that is widely used to describe cannabis strains that contain very low levels of THC – specifically, less than 0.3 percent THC. Marijuana, in general, refers to plants that contain a high concentration of THC.

Our forefathers had no idea about THC (that it is psychoactive) and were just cultivating cannabis and calling it hemp. Only recently has the term “hemp” come to mean low levels of THC.

When a cannabis plant is analyzed on the street, it is discovered to contain 1 percent -22 percent THC. THC levels in cannabis products can reach up to 98 percent.

While CBD oil and hemp oil are often used interchangeably, there is a difference.

  • Hemp oil is theoretically any oil obtained from the hemp plant.
  • CBD oil is a type of oil that contains the compound CBD (cannabidiol). The compound is derived from the cannabis or hemp plant and used to make an oil.

THC levels in CBD oils extracted from hemp are usually low. It is worth noting, however, that ‘CBD oil’ can also be referred to as ‘CBD hemp oil.’ This is when the CBD oil is extracted solely from the hemp plant. When CBD oil is extracted from the plant and includes other plant compounds, it is referred to as ‘whole plant’ CBD oil or full spectrum CBD oil. Read our CBD resource to learn more.

The difference between CBD and CBDa stems from their natural state. When CBDa is heated, it transforms into CBD.

  • CBD (cannabidiol) is a fantastic natural botanical compound found in hemp plants. It is created when CBDa is heated (changing its molecular structure). This is known as decarboxylation, and it occurs naturally during the growing process.
  • CBDa is CBD’s acidic precursor (or raw state). When the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa) is in its natural state, it releases CBDa first – and it is only after heating or sun ageing that the CBDa transforms into CBD. Our Raw Hemp Oil Drops, for example, allow you to obtain the health benefits of the hemp plant as nature intended.

CBD and THC are both cannabinoids – or, more accurately, phytocannabinoids – present in the cannabis plant (meaning cannabinoids found in plants). Even as they have many similarities, they’re different in following aspects:

  • CBD is not psychoactive and will not get you high, while THC is – and will provide the euphoric effect.
  • THC interacts with our CB1 receptor, while CBD works via our CB2 receptor.
  • THC has a high affinity for our CB1 receptor, which means it fits well into this receptor site. CBD has a low affinity for our CB2 receptors, choosing to control the release of naturally occurring endocannabinoids such as Anandamide, which have a high affinity for our CB2 receptors.
  • CBD is prevalent in hemp, while THC dominates in other cannabis strains.
  • CBD products derived from hemp are legal in the majority of countries, whereas THC is not.

Read our CBD vs THC resource for more detail.

CBD is a term for cannabidiol, whereas CBN is a term for cannabinol. Both are cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant. However, although CBD is more abundant naturally in the plant, CBN is less common and is reproduced from THC molecules. It appears only after oxidation.


Scientific studies show that cannabinoids function similarly to endocannabinoids already produced in healthy people by the human body. The mechanisms of action are still unclear, and there have been no definitive studies that indicate any specific pathways.

More information on CBD’s effects can be found here.

Many people say that CBD makes them feel relaxed and calm. Since it is non-psychotropic, it does not produce an euphoric high feeling Take a look at our CBD effects resource.

According to the findings of our ongoing study, many people who use CBD products say that it makes them feel calmer and more relaxed. However, it is difficult to predict what CBD would do to you as an individual because CBD affects each of us differently. Learn more about the effects of CBD by visiting our resource.

Marijuana pollen, like pollen from trees, grasses, or weeds, can cause allergic reactions in a small percentage of people. While this topic has not been deeply researched there are scientific divisions and reports that point to allergic reactions caused by cannabis.

When you select a GMP-certified product, you reduce the chance of allergen contamination. Endoca, which is GMP approved, provides the highest quality cannabis extracts on the market. This ensures that our goods do not contain any potentially harmful substances that could cause an allergic reaction.


Phytocannabinoids, Terpenes, Chlorophyll, Alkanes, Nitrogenous compounds, Amino acids, Sugars, Aldehydes, Alcohols, Ketones, Flavonoids, Glycosides, Vitamins, Pigments, and Water are among the over 400 molecules contained in cannabis.

Individuals can be allergic to such natural compounds in rare cases. Terpenes, for example, are compounds found in many foods and cosmetics that are known to cause allergic reactions in a very small number of people. However, if you have this uncommon allergy, you are almost certainly already aware of it.


Based on the information available, we may infer that allergy symptoms have only been documented infrequently as one of the negative health effects of cannabis usage. More controlled studies are needed to evaluate the mechanisms underlying these uncommon adverse reactions.


There have been reports that show that there can be negative reactions to pollen, cannabis extracts, and the act of smoking cannabis. In the other hand, tests have shown that cannabis can be used to treat allergies. As we can see, the data is contradictory, but in one context, it is conclusive: marijuana allergies unrelated to broad-spectrum pollen allergy are extremely rare.


When cannabis is smoked, the molecules in the marijuana undergo changes as a result of the heating and burning process. These molecules are not naturally present in plants, and they can cause allergic reactions in their altered state.

Furthermore, poor indoor growing conditions and the use of pesticides, as well as incorrect harvesting and curing of herbal cannabis, can cause it to become moldy, with toxins produced by mold fungi potentially causing allergic reactions. Spraying plant material with chemicals, like harmful synthetic cannabinoids, or with chemicals designed to increase mass, can result in unpleasant allergic reactions or toxicities.


Endoca takes monitoring very seriously and therefore devotes a significant number of its resources to quality control. We keep our product clean and free of contaminants by strictly adhering to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) regulations during the manufacturing process. As a consequence, we can guarantee that our cannabis products are contamination-free. About 10,000 customers have used our product successfully and with great satisfaction.


GMP encompasses the practices needed to validate the guidelines recommended by agencies that regulate authorization and licensing for the manufacture and sale of food, drug products, and active pharmaceutical products. These standards provide the minimum criteria that a pharmaceutical or food product manufacturer must meet in order to ensure that the products are of good quality and pose no danger to the customer or public.


First and foremost, only GMP-certified goods can be used. Second, if you have a history of allergic reactions, such as MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity), you can proceed with caution.

Titrations are a viable option. Start with very low doses and gradually raise them, keeping an eye out for any signs of an adverse reaction. More details can be found in our guide to CBD Dosage.

Another choice is to use our 98 % CBD oil, which includes only the cannabinoid CBD and very few terpenes.

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Cannabinoids as potential anti-inflammatory agents

CBD will not get you high. It is fully non-psychoactive. THC is the psychoactive compound that makes you high.

Endoca CBD oil contains a high concentration of CBD, a natural compound contained in the hemp plant, which is a member of the cannabis family. While THC is present in CBD, it is in such low concentrations that it is insufficient to get you high (0.3 percent ). Cannabis with high levels of THC has psychoactive effects that can get you high – and is usually referred to as marijuana. To learn more, visit our About CBD page.

THC is the cannabinoid that drug tests aim for. These tests look for THC metabolic products and begin with a simple urine test sample (for example). THC and the metabolite it creates are detected using antibodies in the test. Since CBD is not a drug, there is no such thing as a CBD drug test.

If you work in a sector where drug testing is needed, always do your research before beginning to use CBD. Endoca does not provide medical, professional, or legal advice. As a result, we recommend that you always review your employer’s policy or the most recent drug testing details on CBD before using CBD products.

Since most CBD products are produced from hemp, their THC levels would be lower than the permissible 0.3 percent.

Teachers, law enforcement officials, and government employees may be asked to submit to random drug testing at various times during the year, and some organizations have a zero THC policy.

Broad-spectrum CBD products derived from hemp contain very little, if any, THC. Even the small trace amounts, however, may result in a false positive.

We recommend that our users try THC-free options like Endoca CBD crystals, but this still carries some risk.

If you are worried about drug testing, please consult with your employer before using CBD products, and don’t hesitate to contact our team via the web chat icon if you have any more questions.

There have been no studies that indicate that CBD and other drugs interact in any way. However, if you want to make dietary changes, you should discuss with a licensed doctor first.

CBD is thought to remain in the system for two to five days. However, since everyone is different, the time it takes for the molecule to leave your body is entirely dependent on you. It also depends on how much CBD oil has been consumed.

CBD edibles have the same effects on the body as other CBD items. However, the body takes longer to experience the results – the whole process will take two hours or longer because the CBD needs to work its way through the digestive system. However, since it is a gradual release, the effects last longer.

The majority of the possible side effects of CBD hemp oil are mild. It is recommended that you reduce your CDB dose if you experience any of the following symptoms. We always suggest beginning with a low dose and progressively increasing it. CBD hemp oil’s possible side effects are:

  • Mouth dryness
  • A slight decrease in blood pressure
  • Feeling dizzy
  • Appetite is increased
  • Sleepiness

It’s important to note that CBD hemp oil affects everyone differently, and what works for one person can not work for another. More information about CBD’s effects can be found here.

In short, CBD assists our bodies in promoting homeostasis. It achieves this by communicating with our endocannabinoid system, which is a vital system in both human and animal bodies that helps to regulate functions such as mood, appetite, sleep, and immune response by restoring equilibrium in our bodies. See our CBD effects guide for more details.

It’s important to keep in mind that, while CBD is safe to use, it can interact with other medications. This is because the body metabolizes CBD and it can change the way the body usually metabolizes the other medicines.

It’s possible that the medication won’t function if it isn’t properly metabolized. Instead, it can remain in your system for a longer period of time than desired, or in a form that your body does not prefer, resulting in harmful side effects and possible complications. Taking CBD with blood thinners, for example, can cause them to not break down in your system. However, CBD can improve the effectiveness of your medication to the point that you may be able to reduce your daily medication dosage.

The trick is to consult a doctor or a medical professional to see if you can combine grapefruit with your medications. Grapefruits can also interfere with the metabolism of a number of drugs, so if your doctor advises against it, you’ll have to be cautious about combining CBD with your medication. Of course, we always suggest talking to your doctor about CBD, especially if you’re already taking medication. Read our resource on the possible effects of CBD to learn more.


We are unable to make any medical claims about CBD/hemp oil.

It is advised that you do your own analysis or consult with your doctor.

The FDA has not reviewed these claims.

It is historically known for its use as a medicine. There are also so many clinical trials that demonstrate certain results, as well as new ongoing trials. Millions of people are now using it and saying that it benefits them in some way. There is already cannabis-based medication on the market that has passed clinical trials and has been licensed for sale. However, the experiments that have taken place have been very limited and have yielded inconclusive results.

There is no proof that cannabis has any beneficial effects on the human body, according to popular medicine. It would be difficult to answer this question before extensive research has been conducted with a large number of people over a long period of time.

The cannabinoids released by the cannabis plant are somewhat close to the endocannabinoids produced by the human body and therefore have enormous potential in assisting the body in finding equilibrium. However, in order to show any positive results, massive randomized, double-blind placebo trials must be conducted over a long period of time.


We at Endoca believe in CBD’s incredible potential benefits. However, it is necessary to note that we are not medical professionals and cannot make precise medication recommendations for specific conditions. However, if you are looking to begin your CBD journey and are unsure where to start, we can recommend how to begin using CBD.

When choosing CBD dosage for ADHD (or any disorder for that matter), keep in mind that everybody has a unique ‘sweet spot’ – and there is no ‘one size fits all’ dose. We suggest beginning slowly, gradually increasing your load, and listening to your body. You can slowly raise your CBD dosage until you find the right amount. More information can be found in our CBD Oil Dosage Guide.


Endoca accepts payment through any of the methods mentioned below. All payments are processed by our payment service provider in a safe environment.

Endoca accepts MasterCard and Visa for payment. This is how you pay online: on our provider’s payment page, enter your credit card number, expiry date, and the 3-digit security code (CVC code) on the back of the card. We will immediately obtain your payment and begin processing your order.

You can also pay by bank transfer if you prefer (also through internet banking). After you place your order, you will be emailed our banking information so that you can complete the payment.

PLEASE NOTE: If your request is rejected, contact your bank to ensure that your credit card is set up for overseas transactions, and then try again.

Don’t forget to include your order #ID!

We ship worldwide, but some countries have import regulations that cause hemp-based goods to be delayed in transportation. We hope that soon the whole world will be aware of hemp solutions; in the meantime, we will contact you immediately if your shipment is delayed due to an inspection by your postal service or customs.

It takes about ten days for the product to arrive in Greece. With express shipping, it takes 2 days.

Please give an additional 3-4 weeks for delivery to Norway, Australia, Canada, Iceland, Greenland, New Zealand, Thailand, and Russia due to increased security measures at border crossing points.

The funds will be available in our bank four days after the transfer is completed. We will ship your Endoca product as soon as we obtain the funds.

We take delivery time really seriously.

Endoca products are usually delivered within 3 to 5 business days. Please see our terms and conditions for more information on special countries that need more time. However, there are factors outside our control that may cause your shipment to be delayed further.