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Pure CBD oil


Charlotte’Webb CBD

Bio-organic, anti-inflammatory CBD oil (cannabidiol) with olive oil and pure cannabinoid extracts.

N.B. CBD does not cause a “high” (the THC also present in the cannabis plant, does).




CBD oil contains cannabidiol (CBD), a therapeutic compound that derives from the cannabis plant.

Made with the Charlotte’s Webb CBD plant (created by the Stanley Brothers in Colorado).

CBD oil (cannabidiol) biological, anti-inflammatory, with olive oil and pure cannabinoid extracts. I only use the best of the plants giving a high degree of CBD. CBD is recognized for its anti-inflammatory properties, helping sleep, anxiety and pain in general (See my blog post explaining the benefits, supported by scientific research).

CBD is the substance in the plant which creates well-being without creating a “high” (The THC in the plant does that).

We already have canabinoids in our body. These naturally occurring substances help to balance the entire system. So by adding a little CBD on a regular basis or as needed, our body becomes even more balanced and the benefits are noticeable (better sleep, better moods and general well-being physically).

DOSAGE: Claire de Lune CBD is in the form of an oil and can be administered under the tongue. Absorption being more effective in this form, the effect last longer. The best way is to take it gradually and see what works for you. Use as needed. Can be in the morning before breakfast or morning and evening best before meals. Start with 10-15 drops, then as you feel suited, add or remove some CBD drops. Use under the tongue. You will notice and even more after few days, that you sleep better, your moods are more even and you feel good physically in general.

Kevin Boehnke, PhD, a researcher at the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center at the University of Michigan, focuses on medical cannabis as an analgesic and opioid substitute in chronic pain.

Daniel Clauw, MD, a professor of anesthesiology, rheumatology and psychiatry at the University of Michigan and director of the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center, leads research on arthritis pain and fibromyalgia, and the effects of cannabis, particularly CBD, in pain.

Mary-Ann Fitzcharles, MD, an associate professor of medicine in the Division of Rheumatology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, conducts research on pain and rheumatic diseases. She is the lead author of the 2019 Canadian Rheumatology Association (CRA) position statement for medical cannabis.