Gene Boost CBD Oil | 750mg, 1 fl oz

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OHP’s unique CBD is designed as a full spectrum cannabidiol that has been shown to positively affect more than 1,200 genes to promote health and longevity. Six hundred and eighty “gene transcripts” are  upregulated (“turned on”) by cannabidiol and 524 are downregulated (“turned off”) to exert marked anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.

Recent studies indicate that this full spectrum CBD influences the expression of some genes by directly activating PPAR-gamma, a receptor situated on the cell’s nucleus that has widespread health benefits when activated. Peroxisome proliferator activated receptors , “PPARs”,  are triggered by hormones, endogenous fatty acids, and various nutritional compounds. When activated, PPARs bind to certain segments of DNA to promote or prevent transcription of specific genes.

Many of the genes regulated by PPARs are involved in energy balance, lipid uptake and metabolism, insulin sensitivity, and other essential metabolic functions.

Not only does OHP full spectrum CBD hemp oil contain high levels of cannabidiol, it also contains vitamins, nutrients, minerals, volatile acids, and antioxidants that will further supplement your health.

After extensive testing of over thirty variants, extractions, carriers, and producers we found the best of the best 100% organically grown, Colorado single-origin cultivator. We also use the finest quality, and fewest possible ingredients and carrier oils such as fractionated coconut, medium chain triglyceride (MCT) oil.

OHP CBD contains only two ingredients, full-spectrum, high CBD extract and fair trade, certified organic MCT oil, nothing more, nothing less.We believe this is such an important adjunct to genetic health modification that  we have priced it to be affordable to all our clients.


1 fl oz/30ml vial 750mg Organic MCT Fractionated Coconut Oil Organically Grown Full Spectrum Hemp Extract 24.99mg† of Hemp oil extract per serving 30 servings per container †daily value not established


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