No, Botaani Cannafusion is not an intoxicant. It is a safe, natural non-psychoactive product.
It is derived from a female plant. The whole flower formulation contains a controlled trace element of the natural compound delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) from the flower (less than 0.005% and well below any legal limit). This will not make you feel high. The THC interacts and supports the function of the body’s own endocannabinoid system (ECS).
The ECS regulates and controls many of our most critical body functions such as learning, memory, emotional processing, sleep, temperature control, pain control, inflammatory and immune responses.
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No, Botaani Cannafusion is not an isolate product and it does not contain CBD.
For the avoidance of doubt we do not use any solvents in the manufacturing of Botaani Cannafusion.
We are not aware of any potential side-effects, but if you are taking medication, we suggest you discuss any possible interaction with your doctor or pharmacist first, just to be on the safe side.
No, Botaani Cannafusion does not contain any controlled substances.
Following the recommended daily dosage of 2-3 drops 2-3 times a day, a bottle should last 45 days. Since the dosages everybody takes can vary this time may be longer or shorter.
Our advice is to stick to the recommended daily dosage and then to slowly reduce dosage until individual required amount is reached in order to keep saturation levels at an optimum.
Many customers report being able to reduce to 2 drops a day and to still feeling the benefits.
Our recommendation for storage is at ambient room temperature, out of direct sunlight.
Due to our unique manufacturing process and curing time of no less than one year, Botaani Cannafusion is set apart from the rest. We liken it to a fine whiskey; it improves with age.
Yes, we are not aware of any side effects caused by Botaani Cannafusion, when drinking alcohol.
Yes, Botaani Cannafusion is non-psychoactive so it should not impair your ability to drive, but as with anything, it is important to understand your own reactions before you take to the wheel.