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About Dr. Kyle Hammerick
Chief Science Officer and Stanford grad Dr. Kyle Hammerick’s pioneering work in Nanoscale Biology has a myriad of applications in CBD.
Learn more about Kyle and browse some of his peer-reviewed research.
Our CBD Extracts
Our products are delivered to customers with a full Cannabinoid Profile and Certificate of Analysis from the best third-party laboratories. They are rigorously tested for terpenes, pesticides, and heavy metals.
We are a Full Spectrum Phyto-Cannabinoid supplier with full control over quality and processes from the farm to the customer. Unlike large-scale industrial farms that outsource their drying and extraction, Canvas suppliers oversee the entire process.
Our product is not forced to dry, preserving the flavonoids, essences, terpenes, and oils in our extract. The lab starts with a supercritical CO2 process, slowly extracting the essential oils at low temperatures. All processes are performed according to strict GMP standards never using toxic solvents or other chemicals.
How does CBD help? What is the ECS and why does it matter to me?
The ECS, or Endocannabinoid System, is a system within our bodies that is responsible for physiological processes like appetite, mood, memory and pain sensation. When you experience any internal or external stressors that disrupt your body’s function, the ECS activates to return your body to homeostasis - to rebalance you and help you function in an optimal way. Your appetite, sleep, mood, memory, immune system and much more are impacted by the ECS.
It consists of receptors throughout the body that, when activated, trigger a variety of effects related to how we feel.
CB1 and CB2 receptors are the currently known receptors in the ECS. CB1 receptors exist mainly in the brain and central nervous system, while CB2 receptors exist throughout the body, including in the peripheral nervous system, immune system and virtually all of our organs.
Much like a lock and key, certain cannabinoids bond well with certain receptors - for example, THC bonds well with CB1 receptors. The ECS was discovered as recently as 1992 in Israel, so there are still a lot of unknowns about the receptors within the system as well as how we can impact it and the extent of benefits it can have for our daily lives.
Read more about the ECS here!
CBD specifically has a variety of possible benefits (although we’re always learning more about CBD as well as how it works in tandem with other cannabinoids).
Some of those possible benefits that research is still exploring and we’re most excited about are: - Anti-inflammatory - Antipsychotic - Antidepressant/Anti-anxiety - Antioxidant - Neuroprotective - Analgesic - Appetite Support - Vasorelaxant - Anti-nausea
Note: This may be helpful to look at:
What is a cannabinoid?
Cannabinoids are a class of chemical compounds that naturally occur in the human body (endocannabinoids) and in plants (phytocannabinoids). They interact with the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) to trigger a variety of physiological reactions, playing a role in metabolism, food intake, sensory perception, memory, central nervous system development, and a number of other physiological functions.
In other words, they help you find balance in mind and body.
Cannabinoids and the ECS were discovered while studying Cannabis plants (hence the name!), however, scientists have since discovered that many plants, like echinacea and liverwort, also have helpful cannabinoids.
A cannabinoid can be anything from THC and CBD, to something that our body produces naturally, like 2-AG.
Cannabidiol, however, is the specific word for CBD (which is a cannabinoid!)
How should I take CANVAS 1839 products?
We offer both a topical product for local relief as well as a tincture for systemic relief.
Our Relief Oil is formulated from select Colorado-grown hemp and is 3rd party tested to confirm that it contains NO herbicides, pesticides, heavy metals or microbials. It does retain a broad spectrum of terpenes and phytocannabinoids that are naturally found in the hemp plant. Each dropper of our Relief Oil contains approximately 10mg of CBD.
Directions for Use: Shake well. Place half a dropper under your tongue, hold for 30-60 seconds, then swallow. Repeat as needed.
Please note: Every person’s ECS is different, and because of this, it can be difficult to advise how much of our Relief Oil you should take. We recommend starting slow (1-2 droppers per day) and increasing the dose as needed, but if you have any questions at all about your personal ritual of wellness, let us know - we want to help!
Our Relief Cream is a luxurious disappearing cream specifically formulated for optimal absorption and transdermal penetration, leaving a clean skin feel and no residue. Our Relief Cream uses CBD derived from select Colorado-grown hemp and is 3rd party tested to confirm that it contains NO herbicides, pesticides, heavy metals or microbials.
Directions for use: Apply directly to affected areas as needed and gently rub into the skin. Avoid contact with eyes.
Are your products organic?
Great question! All of our products use Colorado organically-grown hemp plants. However, they are not “USDA-certified organic.”
Here are a couple of things we CAN say about our products:
Relief Oil: - Organically grown - Non-GMO - GMP quality assured - Vegan - Potency assured - All-natural
Relief Cream: - No BHT - No BHA - No parabens - No urea - GMP certified - No pesticides - No herbicides - Vegan - Potency assured - Free from known allergens
How do you ensure quality? How are your products tested?
We currently use a third party called Botanacor to test every single batch we make.
They issue a certificate of analysis describing the test results and the quality of each batch.
We include a copy of the batch analysis inside of every single box that we send to every single customer. If you buy a bottle of CANVAS 1839 cream then a copy of the batch analysis will come with it. We’d be happy to show you a copy if you’re interested.
Have more questions? Go to the FAQ!
Have more questions? You can find a slew of additional information in our FAQ. Still don’t find what you’re looking for? Just let us know.