If you’ve read our blogs, we’ve covered some topics to help first responders in their quest for natural CBD-based wellness. Folks all over are realizing the amazing potential of our products, especially because they’re Safe For The Job™.
We take pride in that our products are extensively tested to ensure quality, consistency, and 0.000% THC. We are the trusted and #1 brand for first responders in the field. With our products, you can be sure that what you are purchasing is safe for the job and optimally formulated.
Keep reading as we talk about why broad spectrum CBD matters and what makes Rescue 1 CBD the best choice for first responders.
Why ‘Broad Spectrum’ CBD Matters
No matter if you’re new to CBD or a veteran consumer, it’s crucial to always know what you’re consuming.
[See our article on what to look for in a lab test]
Let’s refresh ourselves as to the difference between full and broad spectrum. According to MedicalNewsToday:
The main difference between full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD is the compounds they contain. If a CBD product contains several naturally occurring cannabis plant extracts, such as terpenes and other cannabinoids — including up to 0.3% THC — it is full-spectrum CBD.
Broad-spectrum CBD also contains several cannabis plant compounds, but it is typically entirely free of THC. That said, there may sometimes be trace amounts of THC in broad-spectrum CBD products.
As you can see from the above-quoted definition, because of its formulation, broad spectrum CBD offers tremendous self-care and wellness potential for first responders.
Our Products: Featuring 0.000% THC!
One of the main ways in which our selection of products stands out from the rest is that they are all 0.000% THC. Because of this, our CBD oil products are the best choice for first responders over other products that contain trace amounts of THC. With our products, you never have to worry about any psychoactivity or failing a drug test.
You can also count on our topical CBD products to bring you only natural hemp-derived CBD goodness without any unnecessary components.
Rescue 1 CBD — Safe for the Job & Ideal for First Responders!
Rescue 1 CBD products are ideal for first responders because you never have to worry about failing a drug test after consuming them. This, combined with the fact that they are non-psychoactive, are why our products safe for the job.
I hope you got something out of this article. If you did, please share it around the firehouse so we can spread the word about CBD that’s safe for the job.
*Always be sure to consult a physician before making any changes to your health or fitness regimen.*
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About Rescue 1 CBD
At Rescue 1 CBD, our mission is to challenge the status quo of health and safety in the US Fire Service, while also bringing to light the potential of the cannabidiol compound to be a game changer for wellness.
We are also here to provide products and information to help first responders stay healthy well into retirement. Our content is aimed at leaving the Fire Service better than we found it by letting firefighters have a more common sense-based standard for physical and mental wellness.
Our enduring goals are: improving our first responders’ sleep and physical/mental health and helping them to cut back on the number of medications required to do what they do on a daily basis.
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