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Canterpene™ is a patented ingredient that comes from Industrial Hemp and offers many benefits as an essential nutrient that supports our endocannabinoid system. It is referenced as CBDt or Canterpene™ Bio Derivatives Technology.  Canterpene™ delivers the benefits of CBD without the cost or consumption of CBD. 

Hemp and Cannabis come from the Cannabis sativa plant. Legal hemp must contain 0.3 percent THC (tetrhydrocannabinoid) or less. THC is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces the high sensation. Canterpene™ from Hemp does not have any psychoactive properties due to insignificant amounts of THC and is compliant with hemp food derivatives regulatory criteria. 

CBDt ( canterpene Bio-Derivative ) or CBD technology is the functional nutritional equivalent of RSO-CBD and is comprised of the derivatives of " Bin Run " industrial hemp grain. CBDt is distinct and different from marijuana as the industrial hemp source plants for CBDt derivatives all contain less than .3 percent THC and are compliant with hemp food derivatives regulatory criteria.  

CBDt compared to CBD is similar to how pure refined sugar compares to crude blackstrap molasses.   "Better than CBD"  as this hemp derivative contains all the terpenes, flavonoids, tannins and hemp specific small molecule bioactives present in hemp. 

Our endocannabinoid system is largely made up of endocannabinoids, receptors, and enzymes that are believed to help regulate a variety of functions in humans including sleep, mood, memory, appetite, reproduction, and pain sensation. This system has vital purpose for our health and well-being because it regulates key aspects of our biology. Scientists still have plenty of questions about the human endocannabinoid system and exactly how it functions. 

This regulation of functions helps us to maintain a stable, relatively constant internal environment. This is referred to as homeostasis. Maintaining homeostasis requires that the body continuously monitor its internal conditions. If homeostasis is disrupted, it must be controlled or a disease/disorder may result.

Canterpene is bound by many regulations not to make specific health claims without specific data packages which meet the standard of evidence of appropriate regulatory bodies. Aging is not classified as a disease and thus not regulated by any regulatory agency. The individual molecules in Canterpene singly or as complex combinations with other substances is supported by peer reviewed science and within the scope of the “11 sins of biology “ or causes of aging and its eventual symptoms of aging namely disease will be elaborated upon to consumers in educational materials. The equivalent of the DSHEA “ does not treat or cure disease” disclaimer is always placed on labelling.  See: Asynchronous, contagious and digital aging , Thomas A. Rando and Tony Wyss-Coray, Nature AGING, Vol 1 , January 2021, pgs. 29-35. 

Our body has many natural defenses to help maintain homeostasis.

For example if you exercise and are too hot, the skin makes sweat and blood vessels near the skin surface dilate or if we eat candy or too much processed food our blood glucose can get too high. Our pancreas produces insulin in response, a hormone that converts glucose to energy or stores it for future use our weight, age, diet and activity (or lack of activity) can easily push us out of these normal levels causing an imbalance of homeostasis. 

While our body has an amazing ability to regulate our systems, we can use food and a healthy lifestyle to help it maintain balance. Canterpene’s™ nutrition analysis validates it as a superfood as this hemp derivative contains all the terpenes, flavonoids, tannins and industrial hemp regulatorily compliant hemp specific small molecule phytochemical bioactives present in hemp.

Phytochemicals are defined as bioactive nutrient plant chemicals in fruits, vegetables, grains, and other plant foods that may provide desirable health benefits beyond basic nutrition to reduce the risk of major chronic diseases. 

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