PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN HEMP BOOSTER
As you can see we’re pleased about this remarkable product, Hemp Booster. We already dedicated several blogs to it, but as it turns out, there is much more to learn about it. As we learned in the last blog, full hemp resin is much more than regular CBD. Its effectiveness lies in the beautiful symphony of over 148 cannabinoids and terpenes, and flavonoids. The last two are especially important when discussing the synergistic effect that terpenes and flavonoids have when combining them with such a wide range of bioactive cannabinoids. Much more research is indeed needed to understand everything fully. Yet, they show such extraordinary capabilities that can range from anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, neuroprotective, antidepressant to anti-cancer and anti-anxiety that we must not overlook them any further. They deserve all the spots and attention they’re getting, and we will gladly play our small part in this if we can. Hemp resin is special because of the way it is extracted, meaning that by using a traditional method and using the whole plant, we get a lot more than just regular cannabinoids out of it.
So while we’re discussing phenolic compounds in Hemp Booster, it must be said that only flavonoids are a part of this group and not terpenes. And while we discussed flavonoids in length, we left out two important phenolic compounds that should not be overlooked. So, this blog is the perfect opportunity to learn a bit more about them.
WHAT ARE PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS?
Phenolic compounds from medicinal herbs and dietary plants include phenolic acids, flavonoids, tannins, stilbenes, curcuminoids, coumarins, lignans, quinones, etc. This fascinating group shows several significant bioactivities that range from antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Their effect on cancer is a subject of much interest from many research facilities and is becoming recognized as a promising part of different treatments. And some of them caught our attention since our organic full-spectrum hemp resin contains them in considerable quantities.
LIGNANS – HIDDEN POTENTIAL
Lignans, which possess a steroid-like chemical structure and are defined as phytoestrogens, are of particular interest to researchers. Traditionally, health benefits attributed to lignans have included a lowered risk of heart disease, menopausal symptoms, and osteoporosis. Most studies have focused on the effects of lignan-rich food consumption in preventing cancer and cardiovascular disease. However, some observational studies have investigated the relationship between regular consumption of plant lignans and the risk of developing other lifestyle-related diseases. The reviewed data supports the recently increased interest in lignan health-promoting properties. Nonetheless, further human studies are warranted to evaluate lignan bioavailability resulting from different traditional dietary patterns to influence the rational promotion of healthy lignan-rich diets.
Stilbenoids are phenolic compounds found in various plants. They are mostly used as a defense mechanism in a plant. There were 19 stilbenoids found in the cannabis plant, and they are mostly found in stems and roots. They show a strong antifungal and antibacterial activity, which is extremely important.
Stilbenoids have been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory, anti-neoplastic (anti-neoplastic), neuroprotective, cardiovascular, and antioxidant activity. The health implications in modern medicine are actually very positive, and stilbenoids show much promise for future research.
It seems that cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and lignans are rightfully getting the broader public’s attention. Together they form the core of hemp resin used in Hemp Booster. We believe that we created the perfect product since it successfully combines the power of hemp, Shilajit, and chestnut honey. Now imagine what happens to the whole thing when you add Shilajit. Everything natural, everything pure, and everything put together with a single mission. And that is to create the perfect supplement for our health.
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