Thanks to the reported medicinal properties of cannabis there’s a growing awareness around Cannabidiol (CBD).

CBD is a cannabinoid, a chemical product derived from cannabis. But CBD doesn’t create the ‘high’ associated with cannabis.  It’s the Tetrahydrocannabinol, THC, in cannabis that causes the psychoactive effect.  THC is another cannabinoid, but when extracting the CBD any  subsequent THC extract is removed.


CBD Testing Services included at Eos Scientific:


THC levels to ensure compliancy


CBD Potency


CBD Purity


Detecting Pesticides


Detecting Heavy Metals


Eos Scientific can test for Terpene levels, an increasingly important part of CBD production.  The synergy between smell and inhalation is considered an important factor in the psychoactive effects of cannabis use. And therefore it’s become a noted point in the use of CBD oil.

Studied Uses for CBD Oil Include:

Managing Anxiety

CBD Oil can effect the way serotonin is received by the brain’s receptors.  This can help with:

Reducing stress

Reducing the effects of anxiety, such as increased heart rate

Alleviating the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder


Epilepsy and Seizures

Research suggests that Cannabidiol can be a possible treatment for epilepsy

Research is currently being undertaken

Help with Neurodegenerative Disorders

Other areas where studies have shown cannabinoids may be of benefit:

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Stroke
  • Relieving Pain
The effects of CBD oil on your brain’s receptors may also help you manage pain. Studies have shown that cannabis can offer some benefits when taken after chemotherapy treatments. Other pre-clinical studies sponsored by the National Institutes of Health are also looking at the role of cannabis in relieving symptoms caused by:

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic Pain
  • Pain from Multiple Sclerosis
  • Muscle Pain
  • Cancer treatment
  • Some research has looked at the role of CBD in preventing cancer cell growth and helping with the side effects and inflammation of cancer treatment, but research is still in its early stages.