Rise Relief - Cannabinoids Rich Morsels

What is a cannabinoid rich morsel?

Rise cannabinoid rich morsels are coconut sweetened bites of botanical ingredients, active cannabinoids, and elevating terpenes. All of our products can be enjoyed as your daily routine.

How should I enjoy my Rise morsels?

That’s really up to you! We’ve formulated our cannabinoid rich morsels so they can be eaten on their own or as a snack (like topped with almond butter). Just chew slowly and let the morsel melt in your mouth and under the tongue (sublingually). In addition to enjoying your morsels as a tasty bite, they can also be made into a delicious drink (just add scalded milk or hot water and stir).

Help...my morsel melted… what should I do?

While it might not look as pretty, you can still enjoy your cannabinoid rich morsels just as we described above. Please make sure to store your morsels in a cool, dark place to avoid melting in the future.

Do you use organic ingredients in your cannabinoid rich morsels?

Yes! We use certified organic, non-gmo ingredients. However, the hemp extract we use is not certified organic. At this time, there are no certified organic hemp extracts on the U.S. market. As soon as there is a viable organic option for hemp extract, we will transition to it, and obtain organic certification for Rise Morsels.

I have certain diet restrictions. Can I still enjoy Rise morsels?

Rise cannabinoid rich morsels are non-dairy, soy free, vegan and paleo friendly.

Why are you producing morsels made with full spectrum hemp extract?

We crafted our CBD rich morsels to provide a unique and delicious delivery system for people seeking to incorporate hemp-derived cannabinoids in to their daily wellness routine.

How is hemp extract different from hemp oil?

Hemp oil is produced from the seeds of the hemp plant, much like oils derived from olives, almonds, and coconuts. Hemp extract is produced from the stalks of industrial hemp, creating a product that’s rich in hemps beneficial compounds including phytocannabinoids.

What are cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are a group of compounds originally thought to be uniquely produced by cannabis. The two most well known cannabinoids are THC (Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). Interestingly enough, both THC and CBD start out as CBV, which is converted (by enzymes) into THC and/or CBD. THC is known for its psychoactive and stimulating effects. CBD is non-psychoactive and sought for its potential to help the body reach homeostasis.

What is the best method for ingesting cannabinoids?

We’ve found that all methods of ingestion have their own unique advantages, so what’s best is really up to you.

What is the entourage effect?

The “entourage effect” suggests that both cannabinoids and terpenes work together, in concert, to produce a more beneficial effect than if these compounds were taken individually. We are big believers in the entourage effect, which is why each of our products are formulated with full spectrum hemp extract and a signature blend of elevating terpenes.

What are terpenes?

Terpenes are essential oils that can significantly influence the psychoactive and potential therapeutic properties of cannabinoids. Terpenes provide the aroma to hemp, and they are also found in coffee, eucalyptus, hops, and many other botanical sources.

Why are terpenes important?

It is now believed that cannabinoids and terpenes, acting in concert, are responsible for the unique differences in hemp varieties. Alone, terpenes have their own unique therapeutic properties. However, when terpenes are combined with cannabinoids, it is believed there is more benefit together than if they were consumed individually.

Do you use cannabis derived terpenes?

Terpenes can be derived from a variety of natural plant sources. We use non-cannabis derived terpenes for efficiency, consistency, and purity. 

What is the difference between hemp, cannabis, and marijuana?

Biologically speaking, they are all the same! However, hemp is a legal term referring to the amount of THC present in the mature plant. In the United States, hemp plants have a concentration of THC that is less than 0.3%. Hemp plants commonly have higher concentrations of CBD (cannabidiol) and can be used for many other applications including paper, textiles, biofuel, food, and clothing.

What inspired you to create Rise morsels?

At Rise, we believe in providing clean and complimentary ingredients. That’s why we try to deliver the most innovative and highest quality products made with hemp extract. We love connecting individuals seeking wellness with excellent and unique products that can enrich their daily lives.

Why is my order taking a while?

At this time, we are unable to ship any order until payment has cleared. This typically takes 1-2 business days, depending at what time of day you order.

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