Have you or someone close to you stopped doing the things they enjoy because pain has taken over their lives? At TrueStopper, we often hear stories from our patients who simply want to live their lives again, whether that’s getting back in the garden or out on the dance floor. Many individuals lose out on important quality time with family and are overall less active due to chronic pain. Pain has a terrible way of making you feel like living with it is your only option — don’t let pain win, contact Dr. K to help find a protocol that works for you.
“After 2 failed back surgeries and being barely able to walk because of sciatic pain, I shoveled snow off my driveway for the first time in 4 years, thanks for helping me get my life back!” Adam L, Author
Functional medicine keeps your body’s natural balance in check. Regenerative medicine restores or establishes normal function by replacing or regenerating human cells and tissues allowing the body to heal itself. Our protocols offer a natural alternative to over the counter and prescription medications for various ailments.
Truestoppers has been developing functional and regenerative medicine protocols and manufacturing topical formulations since 2015 with Dr K’s Stopper hemp products in health care provider offices nationwide.
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Cannabinoids are naturally derived from the hemp plant. The two that are the most common are CBD and THC. Unlike THC, CBD does not contain any psychoactive effects and helps regulate our brain and nervous system to help our bodies achieve homeostasis.
CBD, CBG, and CBN are all great options that won’t keep you from feeling like you.
The research into the potential benefits of CBD, CBG, and CBN is complex. The answer lies within our body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is responsible for maintaining homeostasis. CBD and its relatives interact with endocannabinoid receptors in a different way than THC; preventing any psychoactive or “high” side effects while activating serotonin responses to help alleviate symptoms associated with anxiety, nausea, and pain.
Yes! While closely related, hemp plants do not contain the THC levels of marijuana and legally must have less than 0.3% THC in order to be sold in the US.
While both contain CBD, the main difference here is what else comes with the CBD. Full spectrum CBD contains naturally occurring plant extracts along with CBD including terpenes and other cannabinoids (including up to 0.3% THC). Those trace amounts of THC magnify the effects of CBD, offering more targeted relief for pain, stress, and insomnia. While Broad spectrum CBD can also include other plant compounds from the hemp plant, it is generally completely free of THC. Broad spectrum CBD is not only a great choice for any CBD beginners, but a safe option for trying CBD without the potential exposure to even minimal traces of THC.
Many people use the two terms interchangeably - but there is most certainly a difference. The easiest way to remember is that all tinctures are extracts, but not all extracts are tinctures. Tinctures are usually made by soaking an herb or flower in a solvent (like water or alcohol) to draw out the desired active and are diluted with other ingredients like water and other beneficial herbs or minerals. Extracts are made using a similar extraction process, but with a much higher ratio of the desired ingredient to solvent. They may be minimally diluted to maintain a highly concentrated ratio of the extract itself. The concentration is usually high enough that many extracts are a little thicker in consistency and require you to shake or mix before using. While this is a general rule of thumb, each producer has their own methods of making tinctures and extracts, making it incredibly important to read all potency information and consult your doctor for any questions or concerns.