Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil and Homeopathy: Are They a Perfect Match?
The belief behind homeopathy is that the body can cure itself without invasive treatments.
The FDA doesn’t review homeopathic remedies for their effectiveness. However, such products fall under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, and must meet misbranding and adulteration standards.
So, is full-spectrum hemp oil homeopathic?
Oils derived from cannabis and hemp seeds are considered plant material. Of course, being plant-based doesn’t necessarily make it homeopathic.
Homeopathic remedies have been used to treat allergies, migraines, depression, fatigue, arthritis, and other non-infections maladies for centuries.
Other applications include toothaches, headaches, nausea, and skin scrapes, and while it’s not a treat-all, full-spectrum hemp oil has certainly been used in homeopathic applications.
Full-spectrum hemp oil as a homeopathic remedy
Homeopathic doctors, or “homeopaths,” may recommend full-spectrum hemp oil for a variety of conditions, including:
Full-spectrum hemp oil research is only in its infancy
Because of the legal sensitivities surrounding cannabis, it’s only been in recent years that full-spectrum hemp oil has been properly researched on a broader scale. With so much political chaos surrounding this topic, meticulous science is essential to cutting through the biases. Whether it’s examining the benefits, or fully exploiting the fruits of each strain, a perfectionistic approach is essential.
With an eye on perfection, the goal of our scientists and homeopathic experts at SanSal Wellness is discovery. To learn more about our process, we encourage you to visit our webpage, “From Plant to Pure High Phytocannabinoid Oils.”