"A HEALTHY LIFE THROUGH SCIENCE"
"A HEALTHY LIFE THROUGH SCIENCE"
Exodiol is a full-spectrum, pharmaceutical grade, cannabidiol (CBD). It’s made from 100% organic hemp grown in the United States without any chemicals or pesticides. It’s independently tested to ensure that there are never any detectable levels of THC which can lead to a failed drug test.
Exodiol does two key things. One: it eliminates the proteins your body produces that result in out-of-control inflammation that creates chronic pain. Unlike traditional OTC and prescription pain killers that work at the receptor site to block or numb the pain, Exodiol deals with the underlying chemical substances that create the pain away from the receptor site.
Two: it delivers cannabinoids to the endocannabinoid system (ECS) that is responsible for among other things your immune system. The additional cannabinoids help the overly stressed immune system fight illness and keep your body in balance (homeostasis) as it was intended to be.
There is no such thing as a “magic pill” and to think that Exodiol will end chronic pain overnight or entirely by itself is incorrect. Exodiol should be used in concert with any medication you are currently prescribed by your doctor. Its goal is to help you reduce the amount of this medication, and number of medications, you need to soothe your pain. Clinical studies, and real-life reports from patients, have shown that patients have been able to reduce, or eliminate, daily medications needed to control their pain.
Answer these 5 simple questions to see if chronic pain has negatively impacted your life, if you answer Yes to 2 questions or more then you need Exodiol.
1. Do you take Advil, Aleve, Aspirin, Motrin or other prescription pain medicine daily or more than 2 times per week because of chronic pain?
2. Does chronic pain keep you from getting a good night’s sleep?
3. Has chronic pain forced you to quit work or give up doing the things you used to love (like gardening, golfing, going for walks or playing with your grandkids)?
4. Is pain the first thing you feel when you wake up in the morning?
5. Are you currently seeing a pain management specialist to manage your pain?
Exodiol is NOT a drug or medication. Nor is it intended to replace any medication your doctor prescribed. It’s a 100% natural dietary supplement with a track record of results. A 2009 study by the University of South Carolina School of Medicine found that cannabinoids, like CBD, “are potent anti-inflammatory agents.”
The main ingredient in Exodiol is cannabidiol, CBD. It was added because cannabinoids like it, “are potent anti-inflammatory agents” and they “suppress cytokine production.” Suppression of cytokines is key if you want to control inflammation in the body that causes chronic pain and leads to more serious illnesses. This ingredient is what makes Exodiol different from typical OTC and prescription pain pills that work to only block pain signals from reaching your brain.
Absolutely, and although we like to think that it is a prescription strength dietary supplement it is NOT a medication or drug. It was developed by a panel of research scientists, doctors and real-world testers. To date the only mild side effects that have been reported are mild gas and bloating that went away after 1-2 days.
Anyone who is over 18 and is not pregnant or nursing and experiencing any of the following:
Through our experience and customer feedback we’ve discovered that for best results you should take 1 pill daily for the first 30 days. During these first 30 days you’ll want to pay close attention to your pain. Notice if there are any subtle changes and indications that it’s working. Exodiol CBD needs approximately 30-45 days to accumulate in your body so you start to feel the full effects.
If after the first 30-day period you do not feel any reduction in pain you can increase your daily dosage to 2 pills per day. You can repeat this step every subsequent 15 days until you have a reduction in pain.
But under no circumstances are you to exceed the daily maximum allowable dose of 4 pills per day, 100mg of CBD.
We recommend that you take Exodiol with a meal.
No—we don’t recommend that you stop taking it even if the results you’re seeing are minor. Remember, you need time to allow CBD to accumulate in your system. Even after you reach optimum performance and don’t feel pain, your body is constantly producing free radicals and releasing cytokines that will cause inflammation, chronic pain and other more serious illnesses. Continuing to take Exodiol will act as a preventative measure against this.
This is a loaded question and one that people love to ask. First and foremost, Exodiol is NOT a “magic pill.” We have patients that felt reductions in pain within the first 7 days. We’ve also had patients that took 90 days and almost gave up before they woke up one morning pain free. So, the answer is it depends on your physiology and level of chronic pain. No two patient cases are identical, so results are rarely identical.
Yes, Exodiol is made from 100% organic hemp that was genetically engineered to maximize CBD content and purity without any detectable levels of THC. THC is the component of hemp that gives you the “high” feeling and will cause you to fail a drug test.
Our pharmaceutical grade CBD is extracted using supercritical CO2 to produce a full spectrum blend of high quality and purity cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes.
We do not add cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes back into a CBD isolate as many other manufacturers so to keep their production costs down and maximize their profits.
Yes, all our products are backed by a 90-day, from the date of first purchase, “Bottom of the Bottle” guarantee. If you’re not happy for any reason and you’re not feeling less pain, just call our customer service number and request a full refund (minus shipping & handling). We’ll immediately buy it back from you!
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