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  • Pain External Treatment (to be mixed with coco oil/butter)
    500mg CBD
    Capsaicin/capsicum | 1000mg 
    Menthol | 3000 mg
    Turmeric/Curcumin | 1000mg
    White willow bark | 1000 mg
    2 Oz = $59.95
  • Pain External Treatment Sports Gel (in roller container)
    500mg CBD
    Capsaicin/capsicum | 3.5%
    Menthol | 4%
    Turmeric/Curcumin | 2.5%
    10 ml – $29.95 | 30 ml – $59.95
  • Pain Internal Tincture
    500mg CBD
    Cats claw | 250mg
    Turmeric | 500mg
    30 mL = $49.95 | 60 mL = $89.95
  • Stress/Relax Internal Tincture
    500mg CBD
    Valerian root | 500mg
    Lemon balm | 500mg
    Ashwagandha | 50mg
    Kava | 500mg
    30 mL = $49.95 | 60 mL = $89.95
  • Pure CBD Oil Tincture – 30 mL
    1000mg CBD = $59.95

    2500mg CBD = $89.95
    5000mg CBD = $129.95
  • Sleep Internal Tincture
    500mg CBD
    Chamomile | 1000mg
    Valerian root | 500mg
    Lemon balm | 500mg
    Magnolia bark | 250mg
    Passionflower | 250mg
    30 mL = $49.95 | 60 mL = $89.95
  • Skin Scrub Tincture
    500mg CBD
    1000mg | 750mg | 500mg
    Turmeric | 500mg
    Ashwagandha | 500mg
    Bee venom | 500mg
    Tea tree oil | 2500mg
    30 mL = $49.95 | 60 mL = $89.95
  • Skin Serum Acne Treatment
    500mg CBD
    Helichrysum oil | 500mg
    Tea tree oil | 3000mg
    Jojoba oil | 3000mg
    Echinacea | 3000mg
    Aloe Vera | 4000mg
    30 mL = $49.95 | 60 mL = $89.95
  • Skin serum ANTI AGING (to be mixed with coco oil/butter)
    500mg CBD
    Helichrysum | 500mg
    Hyaluronic Acid | 500mg
    Jojoba oil | 3000Mg
    Ashwagandha | 1000mg
    30 mL = $49.95 | 60 mL = $89.95
  • Hemp Organically Grown By Sunshine Farms – Tangent Oregon USA
  • Oil C02 Processed By Flawless Fractions Laboratories – Tangent Oregon USA
  • All natural organic ingredients – No GMO
  • C02 Extracted From The Hemp Plant (not fake hemp seed oil)
  • No Pesticides or heavy metals
  • Full Spectrum CBD Hemp oil available in 500 mg,1000 mg, 2500 mg and 5000 mg sizes
  • Zero THC (no psychoactive effects) 
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HELPS TO REDUCE ANXIETY AND STRESS: MARQ nutrition hemp oil drops help to reduce anxiety, support mood stabilization, decrease hormonal imbalances, improve sleep, lift mood

HELPS TO SHARPEN BRAIN FUNCTION: MARQ nutrition hemp oil drops help to stimulate brain health, improve memory, increase focus, sharpen attention, facilitate restful sleep

HELP TO IMPROVE HAIR, SKIN AND NAILS: MARQ nutrition hemp oil drops helps to balance skin tone, hydrate hair & scalp, support skin regeneration, increase hair strength, improve skin radiance, improve the quality of nails

SYNERGISTIC BENEFITS: can be used in conjunction with regular medications with no interactions. 

NO SIDE EFFECT: does not damage the liver, kidney or GI tract. 

DIETARY SUPPLEMENT: can be administered daily as part of your diet. 

DIGESTION ISSUES: helps with loss of appetite, nausea, IBS, and gastrointestinal swelling. 

POST-SURGERY RECOVERY: anti Inflammatory properties help with swelling, pain, stiffness, recovers from sprains, strains and broken bones.

INGREDIENTS

What is it? This plant has a long history of being used for medicinal purposes, dating back to ancient Egypt. The plant is native to North Africa, Southern Europe, and the Canary Islands. Today, aloe Vera is grown in tropical climates worldwide.

What does it do? Aloe Vera has been shown to keep your skin clear and hydrated. This may be because the plant thrives in dry, unstable climates. To survive the harsh conditions, the plant’s leaves store water. These water-dense leaves, combined with special plant compounds called complex carbohydrates, make it an effective face moisturizer and pain reliever.

How does it work? Aloe Vera seems to be able to speed wound healing by improving blood circulation through the area and preventing cell death around a wound. It also appears that aloe gel has properties that are harmful to certain types of bacteria and fungi.

What are the side effects? Aloe Vera has no known severe, serious, moderate, or mild side effects.

What is it? Ashwagandha is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda, a form of alternative medicine based on Indian principles of natural healing and has been used for over 3000 years. The ashwagandha plant is a small shrub with yellow flowers that’s native to India and North Africa. Extracts or powder from the plant’s root or leaves are used to treat a variety of conditions.

What does it do? It can lower blood sugar levels, reduce cortisol, boost brain function and help fight symptoms of anxiety and depression.

How does it work? Many of its health benefits are attributed to its high concentration of withanolides, which have been shown to fight inflammation and tumor growth. It’s classified as an “adaptogen,” meaning that it can help your body manage stress.

What are the possible side effects? Large doses can cause upset stomach, diarrhea and vomiting

What is it? Capsaicin is the stuff in chili peppers that makes your mouth feel hot. But it’s also got a medical purpose. It’s a key ingredient in creams and patches that can give you relief from pain.

What does it do? Cayenne pepper also known as Capsicum or Capsaicin has a long history of medicinal use as a digestive aid. Today it’s used more widely to treat pain. The active substance, capsaicin, blocks your nerve cells against a chemical that sends pain messages.

Does it work? This herb is a known topical treatment for reducing pain. A study of capsaicin recognized that higher concentrations (8 percent) could help with pain management. There are several over-the-counter drug products that contain 0.025 percent to 0.1 percent that may also be effective for reducing pain.

It will begin to help right away but can take a couple of weeks to take full effect. Consuming cayenne peppers are also recommended as part of your anti-inflammatory diet.

What are the possible side effects? Creams can irritate your skin and cause problems like:

  • Redness and swelling
  • Soreness
  • Dryness
  • Burning and itching
  • Pain

What is it? Cat’s claw is a plant. Two species of cat’s claw, Uncaria tomentosa and Uncaria guianensis, are of primary interest for use as medicine. Uncaria tomentosa is most commonly used in the U.S., and Uncaria guianensis is typically used in Europe. Medicine is made from the root and bark. Cat’s claw was ranked as the seventh most popular herb in U.S. sales in 1997.

What does it do? Cat’s claw originates in the South American rainforests. Scientists have investigated the plant’s anti-inflammatory properties for its effectiveness in relieving joint pain, swelling, and morning stiffness.

Does it work? One study showed the effectiveness of cat’s claw on RA and found that 53 percent of participants taking the supplements reported decreased pain compared to 24 percent of the placebo group. Cat’s claw contains chemicals that might stimulate the immune system, kill cancer cells, and fight viruses.

What are the possible side effects Cat’s claw produces very few side effects. Some people report upset digestion. Other side effects can include:

  • Headache
  • dizziness
  • nausea

What is it? Chamomile or chamomile is the common name for several daisy-like plants of the family Asteraceae. Two of the species are commonly used to make herbal infusions for traditional medicine.

 What does it do? Chamomile is praised for its anti-inflammatory properties and sedative effects. Taken internally, chamomile may be effective at healing sore or irritated skin. It has also shown to help with inflammation, insomnia, rheumatic pain and gastrointestinal disorders

 Does it work? In one review of the current evidence, 10 of 12 cardiovascular patients are quoted as having fallen asleep shortly after consuming chamomile tea. A handful of other studies looking at clinical models also suggest that chamomile tea may help people relax.

In a study using rats, chamomile extract helped sleep-disturbed rodents fall asleep. Many researchers believe that chamomile tea may function like a benzodiazepine. Benzodiazepines are prescription drugs that can reduce anxiety and induce sleep. Some research suggests that chamomile binds to benzodiazepine receptors.

Possible side effects? People with a history of severe allergies, particularly to pollens: Chamomile may be contaminated with pollen from other plants so can cause an allergic reaction.

What is it? Echinacea is an herb that is native to areas east of the Rocky Mountains in the United States. It is also grown in western States, as well as in Canada and Europe. Several species of the echinacea plant are used to make medicine from its leaves, flower, and root. Echinacea was used in traditional herbal remedies by the Great Plains Indian tribes. Later, settlers followed the Indians’ example and began using echinacea for medicinal purposes as well. For a time, echinacea enjoyed official status as a result of being listed in the US National Formulary from 1916-1950. However, use of echinacea fell out of favor in the United States with the discovery of antibiotics. But now, people are becoming interested in echinacea again because some antibiotics don’t work as well as they used to against certain bacteria.

What does it do? Echinacea is widely used to fight infections, especially the common cold, and the flu. Some people take echinacea at the first sign of a cold, hoping they will be able to keep the cold from developing. Other people take echinacea after cold of flu-like symptoms have started, hoping they can make symptoms less severe or resolve quicker.

How does it work? Echinacea seems to activate chemicals in the body that decrease inflammation, which might reduce cold and flu symptoms. Laboratory research suggests that echinacea can stimulate the body’s immune system. Echinacea also seems to contain some chemicals that can attack yeast and other kinds of fungi directly.

What are the side effects? Some side effects have been reported such as fever, nausea, vomiting, bad taste, stomach pain, diarrhea, sore throat, dry mouth, headache, numbness of the tongue, dizziness, difficulty sleeping, a disoriented feeling, and joint and muscle aches. In rare cases, echinacea has been reported to cause inflammation of the liver.
Applying echinacea to the skin can cause redness, itchiness, or a rash.

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What is it? Helichrysum is the Latin name for a flowering plant meaning “immortal” or “everlasting.” It grows wild in the Mediterranean region of southern Europe.

What does it do? Researchers who looked at existing evidence about helichrysum found that it has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. These mean it may help kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi that can cause infections.

How does it work? Studies identified by the researchers found helichrysum to be effective against the following specific microorganisms:

  • Staphylococcus aureus, or staph, a common bacteria that can cause skin infections, abscesses, and pneumonia.
  • Candida albicans, a common form of fungal infection known as a yeast infection when it develops in the vagina or thrush when it develops in the mouth or throat.
  • Streptococcus mutans, a bacterium in the mouth that can cause cavities and gum infections.


What are the side effects?
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), helichrysum essential oil is “generally recognized as safe.” However, people should still use caution when using it on the skin.

What is it? Hyaluronic acid is a substance that is naturally present in the human body. It is found in the highest concentrations in fluids in the eyes and joints. The hyaluronic acid that is used as medicine is extracted from rooster combs or made by bacteria in the laboratory.

What does it do? Some people apply hyaluronic acid to the skin for healing wounds, burns, skin ulcers, and as a moisturizer. There is also a lot of interest in using hyaluronic acid to prevent the effects of aging. Research has shown that injecting a specific hyaluronic acid product (Juvéderm Ultra Plus, Allergan) into facial wrinkles can reduce wrinkles for up to one year. Also taking a product containing hyaluronic acid and other ingredients (GliSODin Skin Nutrients Advanced Anti-Aging Formula) by mouth seems to decrease wrinkles and damage from the sun when used for 3 months.

How does it work? Hyaluronic acid works by acting as a cushion and lubricant in the joints and other tissues. In addition, it might affect the way the body responds to injury.

What are the side effects? Hyaluronic acid is considered safe when taken by mouth, applied to the skin, or given by injection. Rarely, hyaluronic acid may cause allergic reactions.​

What is it? Jojoba oil is the liquid produced in the seed of the Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) plant, a shrub, which is native to southern Arizona, southern California, and northwestern Mexico.

What does it do? This one-ingredient wonder has endless applications because it mimics the natural oils found in skin and hair. Dry skin and oily areas alike drink up its moisturizing properties, which are quickly absorbed without leaving a greasy residue or clogging pores

How does it work? Technically speaking, Jojoba Oil isn’t actually an oil. It’s a wax ester, which is part of our body’s natural oils called sebum. Sebum keeps moisture in and protects skin and hair from environmental stressors. The composition of Jojoba Oil so closely resembles that of sebum that the two work very well together—skin and hair happily absorb Jojoba Oil’s hydrating properties.

What are the side effects? Jojoba has shown to be safe for most people when applied to the skin. It can cause some side effects such as rash and allergic reactions. Jojoba is not safe for anyone when taken by mouth. Jojoba contains a chemical called erucic acid, which can cause serious side effects such as heart damage.

What is it? Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is a lemon-scented herb that comes from the same family as mint. The herb is native to Europe, North Africa, and West Asia, but it’s grown around the world.

What does it do? Lemon balm is said to soothe symptoms of stress, help you to relax, and boost your mood.

Does it work? Several studies show that lemon balm combined with other calming herbs (such as valerian, hops, and chamomile) helps reduce anxiety and promote sleep. Few studies have examined lemon balm by itself, except for topical use. For example, in one study of people with minor sleep problems, 81% of those who took an herbal combination of valerian and lemon balm reported sleeping much better than those who took a placebo. It is not clear from this and other studies whether lemon balm or valerian (or the combination) is responsible for the result. The same is true of several studies for anxiety, which used a combination of herbs to reduce symptoms. In another double-blind, placebo-controlled study, 18 healthy volunteers received 2 separate single doses of a standardized lemon balm extract (300 mg and 600 mg) or placebo for 7 days. The 600 mg dose of lemon balm increased mood and significantly increased calmness and alertness

What are the side effects? Lemon balm may potentially interact with the following medications: Sedatives and thyroid medications. If you are taking sedatives (for insomnia or anxiety) or medications to regulate your thyroid, ask your doctor before taking lemon balm.

What is it? Menthol is an organic compound made synthetically or obtained from the oils of corn mint, peppermint, or other mints.

 What does it do? Menthol does not lower the temperature of the body or skin. Instead, it produces a cooling effect by blocking the calcium current along the nerves responsible for detecting temperature which gives it anesthetic properties. It also comes with antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and carminative properties.

Does it work? Studies have shown topically applied menthol results in a cooling sensation and is reported to act as a counterirritant to reduce the sensation of pain. This in turn causes a stimulation of the thermosensitive neurons causing an analgesic effect.

What are the side effects? Menthol can cause eye and skin irritation. When used on the skin, menthol is typically diluted into a “carrier oil”, lotion, or another vehicle. If a high-percentage menthol product is applied to the skin, irritation and even chemical burns have been reported.

What is it? Passionflower is a climbing vine that is native to the southeastern United States, and Central and South America. The above ground parts are used to make medicine.

What does it do? Some people take passionflower by mouth for sleep problems (insomnia), anxiety, adjustment disorder, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), pain, fibromyalgia, relieving opioid withdrawal symptoms, reducing anxiety and nervousness before surgery, and heart failure.

Does it work?

Anxiety. Research shows that taking passionflower by mouth can reduce symptoms of anxiety. In fact, it might work as effectively as some prescription medications.

Anxiety before surgery. Some research shows that taking passionflower by mouth can reduce anxiety before surgery when taken 30-90 minutes before surgery. In fact, it might work as effectively as some other treatments for pre-operative anxiety such as melatonin or midazolam.

Possible side effects? Passionflower can cause some side effects such as drowsiness, dizziness, and confusion.

What is it? Tea tree oil is derived from the leaves of the tea tree. The tea tree was named by eighteenth century sailors, who made tea that smelled like nutmeg from the leaves of the tree growing on the swampy southeast Australian coast.

What does it do? Tea tree oil is applied to the skin (used topically) for infections such as acne, fungal infections of the nail (onychomycosis), lice, scabies, athlete’s foot (tinea pedis), and ringworm. It is also used topically as a local antiseptic for cuts and abrasions, for burns, insect bites and stings, boils, vaginal infections, recurrent herpes labialis, toothache, infections of the mouth and nose, sore throat, and for ear infections such as otitis media and otitis externa.

How does it work? Studies have shown the chemicals in tea tree oil kill bacteria and fungus and reduce allergic skin reactions.

What are the possible side effects? Tea tree oil has been shown to be safe for most people when put on the skin, but it can cause skin irritation and swelling. In people with acne, it can sometimes cause skin dryness, itching, stinging, burning, and redness.

What is it? In the U.S., turmeric is best known as a spice. It’s one of the main components of curry powder. In India and other parts of Asia, turmeric is used to treat many health conditions.

What does it do? Turmeric has been used in Ayurvedic and Chinese herbal medicine for over four thousand years. The active ingredient in it is curcumin. It’s been shown to be anti-inflammatory, which can help with decreasing RA swelling and tenderness.

Does it work? According to this analysisTrusted Source of eight clinical studies, 500 mg of turmeric twice daily reduced joint pain and stiffness in people with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

What are the side effects? Turmeric is generally safe. It can cause nausea and diarrhea, especially in high doses or after long-term use. It might also pose a risk of ulcers in high doses. As a topical treatment, it can cause skin irritation. Caution is advised when turmeric is taken by people known to have gallstones; consult your health care provider first.

What is it? Valerian is an herb. It is native to Europe and parts of Asia but also grows in North America. Medicine is made from the root.

What does it do? The most popular use of this versatile herb is, without doubt, as a sleep aid. also helps to calm anxiety with its regulation of nerve cells

Does it work?

  1. Sleep-Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a neurotransmitter that sends chemical messages through the brain and nervous system. Its role is to inhibit or reduce the activity of neurons or nerve cells. In large enough quantities GABA can cause a sedative effect – Valerian root has been shown to increase GABA levels in the brain which can in turn not only reduce the amount of time taken to fall asleep, it can also improve the quality of sleep too.

    A double-blind study conducted by the Foellinge Health Centre in Sweden found that the effects of Valerian on poor sleep were significant. 44 percent of the participants reported perfect sleep, whilst 89 percent reported improved sleep – none of this group reported any side effects either, including morning drowsiness.

  1. Anxiety- The aforementioned GABA also helps to calm anxiety with its regulation of nerve cells. The valerenic acid and valerenol contained in the Valerian root act as anti-anxiety agents, stabilizing the central nervous system. The improved GABA levels make it easier for the mind and body to relax, meaning Valerian root can also help to keep your stress levels down – significantly helping with daily stress management.

 
What are the side effects? Valerian can cause some side effects such as headache, stomach upset, mental dullness, excitability, uneasiness, heart disturbances, and even insomnia in some people. A few people feel sluggish in the morning after taking valerian, especially at higher doses. Some people experience dry mouth or vivid dreams. It’s best not to drive or operate dangerous machinery after taking valerian. The long-term safety of valerian is unknown. It might cause withdrawal symptoms when discontinued after long-term use. To avoid possible side effects when discontinuing valerian after long-term use, it’s best to reduce the dose slowly over a week or two before stopping completely.

What is it? Willow bark is the bark from several varieties of the willow tree, including white willow or European willow, black willow or pussy willow, crack willow, purple willow, and others. The bark is used to make medicine.

What does it do? The bark of white willow has been used to treat inflammation for thousands of years. Salix species are credited as the natural source of aspirin.

Does it work? Willow bark acts a lot like aspirin, so it is used for pain, including headache, muscle pain, menstrual cramps, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis, gout, and a disease of the spine called ankylosing spondylitis.

Willow bark’s pain relieving potential has been recognized throughout history. Willow bark was commonly used during the time of Hippocrates, when people were advised to chew on the bark to relieve pain and fever.

What are the possible side effects? Willow bark has shown to be safe for most people when taken by mouth for a short time (up to 12 weeks). It may cause stomach upset and digestive system upset. It can also cause itching, rash, and allergic reactions, particularly in people allergic to aspirin.