Pinnacle CBD

The Complete Guide to Pinnacle CBD

Pinnacle CBD has become one of America’s best-known hemp-based cannabidiol (CBD) brands. They have products to suit those just looking to try CBD, and high-strength oils for people in need of a stronger dose. They are also renowned for using some of the finest hemp extracts in the entire industry.
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The owner of the company had a very personal reason for setting up the company. In the search for a new treatment for his epileptic daughter, owner Kevin Lacey turned his attention away from big pharma solutions, and onto cannabis and hemp. The results have been remarkable, and Kevin’s daughter Kenzie has now been seizure-free for more than three years. Not only is she healthier, but she has her quality of life back.

Therefore, you know with them that it’s not just about making money. They genuinely care about developing the best products possible and helping people.

In this article, we will check out what they does to make their products special. Then we’ll explore the range we have here at CBDVapeJuice.net, and also scan over the lab reports for Pinnacle’s products.

The Pinnacle CBD ethos

The industrial hemp used by the brand is grown in the cannabis and hemp-friendly state of Colorado. Conditions are perfect for hemp cultivation there because of the high altitude. Growing conditions are organic, and no herbicides or pesticides are used in the process. After the hemp has been cultivated, it is transported two states east to Missouri where the products are made.  

What’s unique about Pinnacle CBD is that they don’t just have their products tested when they are complete. They get them checked at regular intervals throughout. A benefit of doing this is the company knows that the only ingredients in their products are Pinnacle CBD ingredients.

All of the roducts meet federal requirements, which permit no hemp-based product to contain more than 0.3 percent THC. This why it’s completely legal to ship their products to all 50 US states. The reason that the THC content must be kept to a minimum is because it’s a psychoactive cannabinoid. THC is responsible for the ‘high’ that people get from using cannabis.

It’s great to see Pinnacle CBD placing a high importance on being environmentally friendly, a necessity in today’s world.

The Pinnacle CBD full spectrum approach

The hemp extract used in their products is full-spectrum. The evidence that we have suggests that this is more beneficial for users than CBD-isolate. This is because a full-spectrum extract is not just comprised of CBD, but all the other compounds found in hemp. Most of these are only present in very tiny amounts.

However, research on cannabinoids like cannabigerol (CBG) has shown they can be very therapeutic.

Furthermore, there have been studies on cannabis – and hemp is technically a type of cannabis sativa – that point to the plant having a synergistic effect, known as the ‘entourage effect’. This, in a nutshell, means that CBD and other compounds work better together than on their own. We don’t know enough about the plant to say why this happen, we just know that it does.

Hemp is not like regular cannabis, because it hardly as any THC. We should be grateful for that, because this is what makes it legal! But it still has hundreds of compounds, and can generate that famous ‘entourage effect’. The end result is improved regulation of the endocannabinoid system (ECS).

The full-spectrum products that they make are still perfectly safe. They are allowed to have up to 0.3 percent THC, but they will not cause any intoxication. This is due to the concentration being too low and the CBD having an overriding effect.

Exploring the Pinnacle CBD range

We have all kinds of products made by Pinnacle CBD for sale at CBDVapeJuice.net, including concentrates, edibles and tinctures.

Crumble

Crumble is a type of concentrate. In essence, this is a compacted form of CBD, and the easiest way to take a big dose. A whopping 40 percent of this product is pure CBD – 400mg in 1g of crumble to be precise.

It’s possible to vaporize crumble with a compatible device, and also to dab it on a nail. Both methods result in the formation of a potent vapor that makes for powerful hits. You can also eat full-spectrum crumble as it is to get the benefits gradually.

Crumble and concentrates in general are awesome for those struggling with stress, anxiety and acute forms of pain. The relief starts to kick in within seconds.

Pinnacle CBD Oil

We stock a choice of tincture oils. Starting off with the 300mg oil, you can increase to 600mg oil or to the Pinnacle CBD 1000mg oil. The full-spectrum benefits come into their own here, with the fast-acting benefits of sublingual tinctures helping to remedy anxiety, pain and more.

Using CBD tincture oils couldn’t be easier. The pipette provided can be filled with a certain amount of CBD, which is typically stated on the label. Hold this under the tongue for a minute or so before swallowing. If necessary, you could apply a tincture to the skin, although you would be better off using a genuine topical for this.

Pinnacle CBD Chewies

This is a classic CBD edible product, although with a slight twist – gummy rings instead of gummy bears! A tub of these treats contains 12 gummies, each with 25mg of CBD. This brings the total CBD content in the product to 300mg.

However, please note that these Pinnacle chewies are made with CBD-isolate and not full-spectrum CBD.

Pinnacle CBD: ‘Pink by Ends Game’

This is a pretty special e-liquid that isn’t just made with full-spectrum CBD, but also with strawberry and acai juices, and coconut milk. This Pinnacle CBD product is sized at 60ml and contains 300mg of CBD. This a fairly large bottle of e-juice, so this translates to a fairly low potency.

This product is ideal for those who like their CBD in short bursts, and are in search of a tasty vape juice that packs a punch.

Pinnacle CBD Lab Reports

Pinnacle products are examined and analyzed by ProVerde Laboratories, in Milford, Massachusetts.

They search for all the main cannabinoids (e.g. CBD, THC, CBG, CBDV) and also for the most common terpenes (e.g. menthol, linalool, myrcene). The report also states the date that the test was conducted

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