All CBD oil is not created to the same high standard and level of purity. Our CBD is 100% natural, and the gold standard for organic CBD oil. Exclusively sourced from sustainable hemp in the EU, we provide golden-grade CBD oil via a proprietary filtration process in European laboratories. Our CBD oil is also rich in beneficial terpenes. Bottles are available in three concentrations of 2.5%, 4%, and 10% CBD. The former two are available in three sizes of 10ml, 30ml, and 50ml, while our 10% CBD formula is available in 10ml and 30ml bottles.

Golden Extracts CBD hemp seed oil is our latest innovative product that combines the natural healing properties of CBD with hemp seed extracts. Our formulation exploits the synergistic power of this combination, resulting in a superior product. CBD hemp seed oil is available in 5% concentrations in 10ml, 30ml, and 50ml bottles. Our 20% concentration comes in 10ml and 30ml bottles.

What sets Golden Extracts CBD oils and CBD hemp seed oils apart from all others is our fusion of organic, non-GMO, and chemical-free ingredients with 21st century science to create a top-quality product. We never cut corners and we don’t isolate for crystalline CBD because we understand the power of the whole hemp plant. All our oils contain natural terpenes and terpenoids that are typically filtered out by our competitors. That’s why our CBD oil is more effective than any isolate could ever be. Best of all, with our convenient dropper bottles, they couldn’t be easier to dose with precision.

Our CBD oil has an olive oil base, making it perfect for ingestion and/or topical application. Similarly, our hemp seed CBD oil is endowed with all of the natural healing power of hemp extract. All of our CBD products are non-psychoactive and produced to the Golden Extracts gold standard.


The human nervous system contains a large number of receptors. Receptors are like mobile telephone masts transmitting signals. But if a mobile mast accepts an electromagnetic wave as a signal, receptors use specific molecules to transmit messages.

One of the receptor systems is the so-called endocannabinoid system (ECS). ECS receptors are located in the human brain and in the peripheral nervous system – spinal cord and nerves. In the brain, the receptors reside in areas responsible for perception, concentration, memory and movement. That’s why the ECS is involved in the regulation of many physiological processes including the feeling of pain, mood, and appetite. Interestingly, the ECS is also a part of in neural system response to physical excise. “Runner’s high” is caused by ECS action.

The ECS receptors are CB1 and CB2, 5-HT1A, μ, and δ. The receptors bind cannabinoid-like molecules produced by the nervous system, endorphins. One of the endorphin molecules transmitting signals in the ECS is 2-Arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG). It binds to CB1 and CB2 receptors. Cannabidiol, CBD, also bind to these receptors and replicates the effects of 2-AG.

CBD binds to the same receptors as psychoactive THC but has an opposite effect. If THC gets your nervous system into overdrive CBD makes it slow down.

In research, CBD has shown anti-spasmodic, anti-psychotic, anti-convulsive, and neuroprotective properties. Therefore, using CBD containing oil is a good way of muscle and general relaxation. CBD also alleviates everyday stress and makes the nervous system more resilient.


What is CBD Oil?

CBD is one of the 60 and more cannabinoids that are extracted from cannabis. Cannabinoids are organic, but insoluble in water and under room temperatures. CBD that is processed oil can come in many forms, which include liquid, cream, and even chewable forms. The most recognized cannabis compound and the main psychoactive ingredient is Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). CBD is a non-psychoactive drug, unlike THC. Industrial hemp has a higher content of CBD and lower levels of THC. But, marijuana has a lower level of CBD and higher level of THC.
Uses and benefits of CBD

CBD has been known to activate and boost the body’s nervous systems responses. There are already two cannabinoid receptors that are found in the body. CBD oil has shown to work with the produced CBD component to improve the body’s functions. CBD oil contains higher CBD than marijuana and even though the overall CBD composition seems small, it is enough to produce the desired effect. People ask if CBD will help those who are healthy. The answer is that everyone is different and has different wellness goals. There are no medical claims that have been made and according to federal guidelines CBD oils are considered nutritional supplements.
Cannabis and the Endocannabinoid System

These terms seem very similar at first glance. The reason is that the cannabinoids contained in cannabis are extremely similar to the ones that a human body produces naturally. “Endo” is short for the term endogenous, which means “proceeding from within”. This means that cannabinoids from cannabis interact with the Endocannabinoid which has shown that humans make their own natural form of cannabinoids.

Research on CBD Oil

There is ongoing research on the many medical properties of CBD. There have been a number of disorders afflicting the body and CBD has been able to help improve patient’s research medical plantsymptoms. In 2003 a patient with the US Health and Human Services by the federal government was allowed to be treated for a number of inflammatory and neurodegenerative disorders. CBD has been approved by the FDA recently to be used in medical trials. These trials are used to assist children suffering from a rare form of epilepsy. Still, federal rules prohibit proclamations regarding the effectiveness of CBD. When CBD is sold, on the internet, the products are classified as personal care products or natural supplements. Research is a constant thing and will continue to bring more light about CBD oils.

Why would Hemp be grown instead of marijuana for CBD?

Like stated earlier, hemp is high in CBD and low in THC and marijuana is the opposite. The industrial hemp is considered cannabis sativa. There are advance plant genetics and cutting edge growing techniques a high percentage of CBD can be produced in the hemp plant. Hemp can be grown legally and the oil can be imported. There are just more advantages of using Hemp rather than using marijuana.