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Recovery from exercise-induced inflammation*

Support a sense of calm for focus*

Common Questions

60 mg CBD per 1 mL oil contains at least 120 mg of hemp extract per mL. Of the 120 mg of full-spectrum hemp extract, you will receive at least 60 mg of CBD per serving.

7 mg CBD per 1 mL oil contains at least 11 mg of hemp extract per mL. Of the 11 mg of full-spectrum hemp extract, you will receive at least 7 mg of CBD per serving.

17 mg CBD per 1 mL oil contains at least 28 mg of hemp extract per mL. Of the 28 mg of full-spectrum hemp extract, you will receive at least 17 mg of CBD per serving.

Safe – Natural – Healthy

The Only Clinically Tested formula (NIH – supported)

Full-spectrum CBD7 utilizes the HIGHEST absorbing Purzorb™ proprietary formula from Super-critical CO2 extraction to preserve and then deliver whole Hemp plant cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids to your bloodstream. This full-spectrum advantage is called the "Entourage Effect" .

At 85%+ absorption, water-soluble CBD7 is super high-absorbing CBD . Our post-process means you get the same, consistent, high-quality formula every single time!

Scientific and medical studies show that CBD by itself does not have the same effect as when accompanied by other cannabinoids, terpeness and flavonoids found naturally in industrial hemp. What sets Med 7 apart are the rare cannabinoids called varins found in Hempzorb81™ and our ability to deliver them faster and more effectively than anyone else*.

The facts are in the scientific data.

I have been prescribing CBD for several years, and using Med 7 products for 2 years. My family and I have found many benefits. I use it for sleep and stress, My wife and daughter use it for female monthly cramps. My clients consistently report relief for aches & pain, stress, better sleep, and other issues. I am very happy with the entire Med7 product line!” — Dr. James

Unmatched bioavailability of 85%

*Med 7 is performing human clinical trials to determine the efficacy and safety of our products. Find out more by asking your medical provider.