A New Spin on CBD: Quanta Upping the Game with Bioenergy
Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, a component of cannabis, is all the rage today, underscored by President Trump last week signing the U.S. Farm Bill 2018 into law. After decades of being held to the same standard as cannabis that contains THC, hemp is finally removed from the Controlled Substance Act, effectively making hemp-based CBD legal at the federal level.
Cannabis and hemp are similar with one major differentiator: THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the cannabinoid in cannabis responsible for the psychoactive high, or “stoned” feeling from ingesting marijuana. Hemp contains little to no THC, but does contain CBD, a non-psychotropic cannabinoid widely acclaimed for a litany of medical uses, including applications for hard-to-treat diseases like epilepsy and PTSD, as well as more casual uses, such as skincare.
With the passage of the Farm Bill, hemp-based CBD – which still falls under the regulatory scrutiny of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration – is legal for a bevy of development activity.
The scientists at Quanta (OTC: QNTA) are putting a new spin on cannabinoids, specifically CBD, amplifying the benefits by using the combination of quantum physics and biochemistry to increase bioenergy within the cell. As explained in a corporate video, this produces a better chemical reaction in the body.
The science is based in part on principles of quantum physics proving that everything in the universe is energy and has its own vibration, or vibrational frequency more specifically, including cannabinoid receptors. Cannabis, by virtue of its properties as a plant, is losing vibrational power every day. Quanta uses a patented technology to retrain the vibrations within cannabinoids, which raises their bioenergy, until they have identical frequencies to the body’s cannabinoid receptors.
When these matching frequencies combine, the highest possible response is the result and the CBD is absorbed into the body more efficiently with little to no side effect. This takes each element in Quanta’s formula to peaks levels of performance, meaning the user enjoys a better experience in reduction of things like pain, inflammation, stiffness and anxiety that CBD is heralded for delivering.
Quanta’s lead product is CBD Muscle Rub, a combination of 13 natural elements including turmeric, arnica and polarized CBD, administered topically for the relief of muscle and joint pain and stiffness.
While the initial focus is on hemp-based CBD, the technology is available for licensing or product development that can be applied to all types of plant matter to enhance energy in naturally occurring molecules utilizing the same properties of the Law of Vibration and the fact that humans are bio-electric beings. In addition to the effect on muscles and joints, the complete Quanta process, which involves identifying natural elements by their frequency and using magnetic and electric frequencies to illicit changes at the sub-atomic level to make the
targeted molecules move faster to create a bond in receptors for an energized and frictionless experience, have been shown to significantly reduce anxiety, paranoia, cognitive haze and drowsiness.
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