These Goji-infused tears offer a hint of sweet berries with atangy spice. With roots in ancient China, goji berries have a history of use as a medicinal plant. Gojiberries are still used today to treat eye, liver, and kidney ailments. Along with vitamins and otherantioxidants, this oil can help in more ways than one.
MEDICINAL GRADE INFUSED OIL | 600mg
Indications: Cannabinoids abundant in this full spectrum extract have been known to help patients with pain, nerve and sleep disorders, migraines, RLS, nausea, IBS, Crohn’s and other conditions. Spearmint has been known to aid in the treatment of nausea, upset stomach, and indigestion.
Directions: Start by applying an amount the size of a grain of rice (10mg) under the tongue with a meal. Use caution when re-dosing: Phoenix Tears can take between 15 and 90 minutes to take effect fully. Titrate your dose upward by no more than 10mg per day to find the ideal treatment for your condition without risking over medication. The product can alternatively be added to food following the same dosage guide for a longer and less intense effect. Do not cook product as high heat will reduce potency.
Ingredients: Product contains only Indica Cannabis oil extracted using organic 4x distilled ethanol, organic spearmint, stevia extract, and MCT oil derived from coconuts.
Formulation: Our soil to oil comprehensive quality assurance system ensures our patients receive only the most pure and safe medications. Analytical testing by an independent and accredited laboratory guarantees no pesticides, microbes, or fungal contaminants find their way into your product.
WARNINGS: Keep away from children. Do not consume if pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery while taking this medication. Consult your physician before use. Caution: Federal law prohibits the transfer of this medication to any person other than the patient for whom it was prescribed.
Sealed for your protection. Do not use if seal is broken. Store product in this reclosable labeled package in a cool, dry place.