Recept Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract


The standard in hemp health, RECEPT delivers a broad spectrum of seven active terpenes and multiple phytocannabinoids including the highest amounts of CBG (cannabigerol) in a hemp extract on the market today. Using a proprietary Sonicated Nano-Technology™ delivery system, each drop of RECEPT is formulated for rapid absorption that promotes fast-acting, long-lasting therapeutic benefits for the mind & body.

Your endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a vast signaling network of CB receptors interconnected throughout the body’s organs, glands, and tissue.The ECS modulates and regulates nearly all physiological and cognitive processes including the immune system, nervous system, detoxification pathways and many more.

Supported by RECEPT’s organic hemp ingredients, a high- functioning ECS stabilizes homeostasis and promotes optimal total-body balance.

  • ⚡ Promotes greater focus
  • ⚡ Stimulates mental clarity & productivity/cognitive function
  • ⚡ Frees the mind from brain fog💨
  • ⚡ Helps mitigate everyday stress & worry
  • ⚡ Supports quality sleep cycles 💤
  • ⚡ Helps relieve physical discomfort

Cannabigerol (CBG)

CBG serves as the pre-cursor or mother phytocannabinoid to many others, including CBD and THC. Because industrial hemp plants are known to produce only trace amounts of CBG, we take sophisticated measures to extract CBG for its use in RECEPT.

Having a direct effect on the endocannabinoid system and cannabinoid receptors, CBG provides a wealth of benefits that support preventative, chronic, and acute care. A major finding of CBG is its neuro-protective and neuro-regenerative traits. It is also a valuable resource for gut health!

  • Completes the entourage effect
  • Contains anti-bacterial properties
  • Promotes neuro-regeneration/protection
  • Supports bone health
  • Improves mood & gut health
  • Supports rest & sleep
  • Promotes Natural Analgesic (discomfort relief)

Smaller, Safer & More Efficient with Zero Ethanol

The health benefits of RECEPT’s phytocannabinoids and terpenes are driven by a powerful nano-sonicated liposomal delivery method.
Unlike other liposomal hemp products, RECEPT is formulated using high-force frequencies (sonication) that create ultra-nano-sized liposomes; we call this process, Sonicated Nano-Technology™. Because of their nano size—a mere 10-20nM on average—each liposome begins activating and modulating homeostasis within seconds after being dropped into the mouth.
A safer and more natural approach to liposomal delivery, RECEPT’s ingredients are ethanol free. Sonicated Nano-Technology is the next evolution in hemp extract delivery!

1) Industry Standard Non-Sonicated Liposomes: 50-100nM on Average

2) The PMB Standard Nano-Sonicated Liposomes: 10-20nM on Average

Enliven Your Senses

By the drop, RECEPT absorbs rapidly into the bloodstream reactively promoting fast-acting, long-lasting therapeutic benefits. With our highest levels of phytocannabinoids and polyterpenes, RECEPT’s ingredient profile brings the benefits of hemp health to the endocannabinoid system faster than ever.

500mg Phytocannabinoid Diols
30mg Cannabigerol (CBG)
1600mg Hemp-Derived Terpenes
INCLUDING: Limonene, β-caryophyllene, Geraniol, Linalool, Myrcene, Terpinolene, Humulene

DEA-Certified Tests Confirm RECEPT Is THC-Free

A major initiative when creating RECEPT was to eliminate any traces of THC. Through our complex hemp extraction process we accomplished that goal. Enjoy high-quality hemp extract without worrying about THC. All ethanol used during RECEPT’s formulation is evaporated completely; no alcohol means only reactive effects without a hint of sedation.



Sharing some info here about Prime My Body’s Body Therapy salve. Brimming with 1,000mg of organically sourced cannabinoids and a bevy of botanical extracts, Body Therapy eases aches, strains, and tension on-the-spot.

An all-purpose, full-strength industrial hemp salve, Body Therapy’s mingling of high-quality cannabinoid isolate and wellness botanicals support the relief and release of muscle and joint discomfort.
Body Therapy is a non-greasy hemp salve that’s easy to apply at home or on-the-go. Penetrating the skin upon contact, the benefits of each plant-based ingredient begin soothing on the spot.

*Supports deep tissue and muscle tension release
*Promotes relief of joint discomfort caused by overuse, aging, and everyday wear & tear
*Eases discomfort from minor injuries and strains
*Supports post-workout recovery
*Helps soothe irritated or damaged skin

How Hemp Helps Muscles & Joints

One of the primary reasons we experience uncomfortable muscle or joint aches is due to damage to the musculoskeletal system and imbalances of our endocannabinoid system (ECS). Our body’s ECS—consisting of endocannabinoid molecules, receptors, and enzymes—communicates directly with the musculoskeletal system, influencing balanced states of wellness. Supplementing with hemp-based phytocannabinoids bolsters the ECS’ capacity to regulate discomfort and promotes natural repair processes. In addition, phytocannabinoids work directly with TRPV1 receptors to mediate pain perception.

A Holistic Approach To Support Relief & Release
Muscle and joint issues run deeper than just physical pain. Soreness, range of motion loss, and an inability to do the physical activities you love can take a toll on your emotional psyche and mental well-being. Swipe through our holistic ingredients to better understand why Body Therapy is a soothing salve for every body.

Cannabinoid Isolate
Sourced from organically grown hemp plants, cannabinoid molecules interact instinctively with the body’s endocannabinoid receptors helping to regulate pain signals and responses, and harmonize the body’s natural balance or homeostasis.

A terpene derived from camphor trees, camphor oil provides a natural cooling sensation for angry muscles and joints. Used for centuries in holistic wellness, camphor is known to improve blood flow and supports the alleviation of discomfort caused by inflammation.

Meadowsweet Extract
Sourced from the meadowsweet plant—a member of the rose family—this extract component is best known for its soothing, regenerative properties. It contains natural salicylates—a common chemical in aspirin.

Cera Alba
Kind to the skin, cera alba, also known as beeswax, contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe muscles and soft tissue.

Calendula Flower Extract
Sourced from marigold flowers, calendula relaxes muscles and muscle contractions. Its flavonoids and linoleic acid support relief from soft tissue inflammation.
How Does Body Therapy Work?
Muscle and joint issues run deeper than just physical pain. Soreness, range of motion loss, and an inability to do the physical activities you love can take a toll on your emotional psyche and mental well-being.

What is Body Therapy Used For?

A synergistic blend of natural ingredients, Body Therapy is a topical salve designed to relieve physical discomfort associated with sore muscles and joints. It can also be used as a topical relaxation application for any type of physical discomfort relief.

Why is Body Therapy so Effective?

When we experience physical discomfort, we want relief FAST! The synergistic effects of Body Therapy’s carefully blended industrial-strength ingredients are formulated to provide fast relief from all types of discomfort. This unique formula effectively uses Earth’s natural ingredients to address physical discomfort, setting it apart from pain relief creams found on the market that use synthetic ingredients.

Is the Hemp used in Body Therapy Full Spectrum and does it contain THC?

No. Body Therapy uses a 100% pure hemp isolate, which is a broad-spectrum isolate. This product contains no THC and will not produce any psychoactive results. However, as with any cannabinoid-based product, if you are subject to drug testing, you may wish to consult with your employer before using.

How Much Hemp Extract is In Body Therapy?
Body Therapy is a proprietary blend of ingredients, carefully formulated to yield a specific result. We have added 1,000 mg of Hemp Extract into this specific formulation.

Where Can I Buy Body Therapy?



“Cannabis plants make CBG, but usually the plant doesn’t stop there. CBG is just a brief way station on the way to the production of other cannabinoids, like THC and CBD,” Dr. Ethan Russo, Director of Research and Development at the International Cannabis and Cannabinoids Institute.  

“CBG binds to the cannabinoid receptors but with an affinity that is way lower than THC, so a person can take a large amount of it and not be intoxicated,” Russo says. “But it displays a very strong anti-anxiety effect and it also has muscle relaxing effects, maybe even more than THC. Scientists believe that CBG binds to certain endocannabinoid receptors in the brain that mitigate anxiety and pain.”


Cannabigerol (CBG) is a compound found in the hemp plant, commonly known as a cannabinoid. There are over 100 of these compounds in the hemp plant with profiles varying depending on the strain and the conditions under which it was grown and harvested.

These cannabinoids have specific effects on human physiology through something called the endocannabinoid system.  The endocannabinoid system has two primary receptors: CB1 which affects the brain and nervous system, and CB2 which affects with the immune system. Scientists are continuing to study the different effects of these cannabinoids and their interactions with each other and the human body.

CBG is what is known as a precursor to its more well-known progeny THC and CBD. As a result of this conversion, most plants do not have high levels of CBG unless they are bred and harvested specifically for this cannabinoid.

Studies are revealing that CBG has many potential benefits that show promise for the reduction of inflammation, stomach issues, fighting cancer, antioxidant, antibacterial, and antifungal properties, and the protection and regeneration of the nervous system.

CBG has no psychoactive effects, in fact in may actually inhibit the psychoactive effects of THC. It is believed to have positive effect on sleep, mood, and appetite, partially due to its capacity to reduce GABA uptake and block serotonin receptors.

One product I really like is called RECEPT from Prime My Body. Dr. Ruan has done a great job with this formulation.

These studies are a great reference for those of you wishing to dig deeper into the benefits of CBG and the other endocannabinoids:







Ten Ways CBD Improves Your Health

1) CBD is an antibacterial and slows bacterial growth. Helps balance negative bacteria growth in the body which can cause health problems such as gum disease, heart disease, and intestinal issues. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18681481

2) CBD reduces inflammation. This is one of the major reasons I use CBD. Inflammation is one of the number one causes of pain and dis-ease in the body. Less inflammation, less disease. https://www.projectcbd.org/inflammation

3) CBD promotes bone growth. CBD is a non-toxic, natural medicine for bone growth. This incredible property is worth using CBD for all on its own. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jbmr.2513/abstract

4) CBD helps autoimmune disorders. If you suffer with an autoimmune disorder calming your overactive immune system down is vital for your continuing health. https://www.cannabisscience.com/index.php/research-development/critical-ailments/384-autoimmune-disease

5) CBD relieves anxiety. CBD tempers anxiety symptoms without resorting to toxic pharmaceuticals. https://www.projectcbd.org/anxiety

6) CBD relieves pain. Pain relief may be the number one reason people use CBD. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2503660/

7) CBD suppresses muscles spasms. http://www.medicalmarijuanainc.com/spasms-medical-marijuana-research/

8) CBD reduces blood sugar levels. High blood sugar is very dangerous. Diabetes is one of the number one killers in America.  https://www.projectcbd.org/diabetes

9) CBD reduces seizures. This is one of the major reasons that politicians have legalized CBD in the United States. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160303204007.htm

10) CBD inhibits cancer cell growth. Again – this alone is enough to use this powerful plant medicine. https://www.projectcbd.org/cancer

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Nano Enhanced Hemp Oil

Cannabidiol, commonly abbreviated as CBD, refers to one of the predominant chemicals in the trichomes (resin glands) of cannabis plants that are female. Cannabidiol belongs to a group of compounds called cannabinoids. The marijuana plant is known to have over 85 cannabinoids. Cannabidiol and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the cannabinoid compounds that appear in the highest concentrations, however.

While THC is psychoactive, CBD, on the other hand, is not. The pathways upon which it acts are different from the ones for THC, that is, CB1 receptors. These receptors for the THC are common in the brain, thus altering its normal functions. CBD does not, therefore, result in a high or cause one to get stoned. Because it lacks such side effects and does not retard various psychological and psychomotor functions, CBD is a suitable candidate for medicinal use.

According to clinical experiments conducted on lab animals over decades of research, several medical benefits have since been attributed to this compound CBD. CBD is antiemetic and is thus able to lower vomiting and nausea in patients. It equally has anticonvulsant properties which enable it to suppress seizures. It is also able to fight psychotic disorders and inflammatory disorders due to the antipsychotic and anti-inflammatory properties, respectively.

Furthermore, CBD has anti-cancer properties that can aid in the war against cancer. It is also an antioxidant that can be effectively used to combat neurodegenerative disorders. Aside from these, CDB is also commonly applied to cases of depression and anxiety disorders. These properties are yet to be confirmed on humans, however, since this evidence has been seen in tests concerning lab animals. Nonetheless, current clinical trials (such as UK’s GW Pharmaceuticals and researchers from California Pacific Medical Center) are underway to verify the potential relevance of CBD in the management of these and other medical conditions.

There are a plethora of other different sources of CBD apart from the cannabis plant. One such source is the Nano Enhanced Hemp Oil manufactured by Prime My Body from hemp extracts. PrimeMyBody utilizes a unique liposomal delivery system, which dramatically improves the bioavailability of the oil. The advanced technology behind this ground-breaking methodology, along with the pump top on the bottle, enables precise dosing with immediate effect, with maximum absorption.


Liposomal delivery brings the power of intravenous therapy into convenient oral delivery. Typical absorbtion of Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is poor, with only about 10% uptake in the GI tract. Liposomal encapsulation of compounds similar to CBD have been shown to increase absorbtion five-to ten-fold. Our pharmaceutical-grade LIPOSOMAL CBD outperforms other products thanks to smaller, more stable, single-layer spheres made from the highest-grade ingredients available.

The hemp used in NanoEnhanced Hemp Oil is sourced from certified European hemp strains and grown to strict organic standards. This is good thing as recent testing has shown that over 84% of medicinal marijuana products grown in California contain dangerous pesticides. These plants contain all of the synergistic cannabinoids, terpenoids and other natural compounds of the original plant. Our CBD Hemp Oil is non-psychoactive and safe for daily consumption.

Nano Enhanced Hemp Oil is legal in all fifty states and its potential in the world of medicine is enormous. In addition to the benefits stated above, CBD has been shown to lower the negative effects of THC such as intoxication, paranoia, sleep induction, and memory impairment. Other conditions that are thought to be treatable by CBD include acne, diabetes, fibromyalgia, mad cow disease (prion), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), schizophrenia, Crohn’s disease, and multiple sclerosis.

Prominent CA testing lab: 84% of Medical MJ samples contaminated

The dark side of the cannabis industry in the United States. As the former owner of a supply store for growers, I am aware of how many growers utilized Eagle 20 and other extremely dangerous chemicals in the production of their crops. The systemic nature of these chemicals means that they pervade all aspects of the plant and any resultant products that are derived from the plant. There are NO ORGANIC STANDARDS in the cannabis industry in this country. It is completely unregulated. Caveat emptor. Hence when I heard that Prime My Body’s Nanoenhanced Hemp Oil was sourced from organic GMO free hemp in Europe and refined into CBD oil in a scientific setting, I became open to benefiting from this powerful medicine myself and sharing it with my friends and family.


Excerpted from Marijuana Business Daily:

“Prominent CA testing lab: 84% of MJ samples contaminated

The cannabis industry still has a pesticide problem.

Steep Hill, one of the leading names in cannabis testing, said in a press release Wednesday that a whopping 84% of marijuana samples submitted to its Berkeley, California, lab came back positive for pesticide residues. The results were for samples tested during a 30-day period ending Oct. 10.

The residue findings include chemicals such as myclobutanil, a key ingredient in Eagle 20, a pesticide often favored by marijuana growers for its effectiveness against pests such as powdery mildew.
But Eagle 20 and other potentially toxic pesticides have become a hot-button topic in the marijuana trade in recent years, with many states enacting strict regulations regarding what types of pest controls cannabis growers are allowed to employ. Myclobutanil – which was found in more than 65% of Steep Hill’s samples – converts into hydrogen cyanide when burned, so if such residues are present on cannabis flower that is smoked, that means consumers are inhaling potentially dangerous chemicals.

Many in the industry have begun moving away from pesticides and toward more organic methods of fighting pests, but there’s still a long way to go, as evidenced by Steep Hill’s findings.

“These results were significantly higher than expected and are cause for concern for California cannabis consumers,” Steep Hill said in the release.”



Benefits of CBD

I recently discovered the benefits of CBD Cannabidiol, also known as CBD. CBD is a legal natural substance and a relatively new food supplement with strong antioxidant properties.

CBD is extracted and separated from specific varieties of cannabis, also known as hemp. Chemically, CBD is one of 85 chemical substances known as cannabinoids, which are all found in the cannabis plant. CBD is the second most abundant compound in hemp, typically representing up to 40% of its extracts.

The most abundant constituent of cannabis THC, an intoxicating and semi-illegal substance that is responsible for causing marijuana users to get “high.”

It is impossible to get “high” by smoking or ingesting CBD hemp (that has only traces of THC), as it is also impossible to get high by consuming CBD oil products (that contain virtually no THC).

CBD is usually extracted in oil form and is often found mixed in hemp oil extracts in varying concentrations.

CBD interacts with cells within our bodies by activating the cannabinoid receptors. These receptors are responsible for transmitting signals within our bodies, causing different physiological effects.

Some cannabinoids are capable of beneficial effects. Others cause undesirable psychotropic effects in our bodies (such as getting “high,” or causing depression, etc.), and a few of these substances cause both desirable and undesirable effects.

Currently, there are no documented studies that show undesirable effects from CBD, which is why this particular cannabinoid is legal worldwide.


Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds found in the cannabis plant. There are dozens of compounds including Cannabidiol (CBD), THC, and a host of other cannabinoids. Together they are responsible for the benefits and drawbacks to medical marijuana and industrial hemp-based products.

Technically, CBD and its sister cannabinoid compounds are classified as phytocannabinoids, which means that they’re derived from plants. But there are also several other types of cannabinoids you should know about too.

For example, the cannabinoids produced within the body’s endocannabinoid system are known as endocannabinoids (such as arachidonoylethanolamine, virodhamine, and many others). There are also cannabinoids manufactured via chemical reactions in laboratories, known as synthetic cannabinoids.

Your body actually has areas that are made specifically for cannabinoids — they are called cannabinoid receptor sites.

These sites make up the endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for numerous physiological and mental processes that occur naturally within the body.

The endocannabinoid system includes a number of specialized cell receptors in the brain and in various other organs throughout the body.

These receptors fall into two types: CB1 and CB2. CB1 receptors are found mainly in the brain (but also in the liver, kidneys, and lungs), while CB2 receptors are found mainly in the immune system.

Cannabinoid substances actually bind with these receptors to coordinate various functions across the body.


The endocannabinoid system works mainly with our the body’s own cannabinoids, which are produced internally.

For example, arachidonoylethanolamine (AEA) is produced within the body and is thought to regulate several functions.

However, when cannabinoids are taken externally, it’s difficult to distinguish between the clinically desirable effects and the therapeutically undesirable effects of various phytocannabinoids. This is because cannabinoid receptors send a variety of signals that often interconnect to coordinate the body’s functions.

CB1 receptors send signals that regulate senses, while cannabinoids that interact with CB2 receptors can at the same time affect gastrointestinal response and peripheral nervous system sensitivity.

Unprocessed cannabis includes more than 60 different types of cannabinoids, including CBD and THC.

In addition, some cannabinoids interact synergistically, producing unique effects that are not found when using them individually. For example, CBD inhibits THC’s psychotropic effects when the two are taken together. However, CBD does this (and produces many other effects) without directly interacting with the cannabinoid receptors.

CBD is fairly unique as far as cannabinoids go, because it does not seem to interact directly with either the CB1 or CB2 receptors. So what does it do if it’s not interacting directly with our receptors?

Cannabidiol has a particularly low potential for binding with the CB1 and CB2 receptors, but instead acts as an antagonist of the receptors’ agonists. This means that CBD keeps the receptors working at optimal capacity and helps the function of all other cannabinoids, including the body’s own endocannabinoids.


Now to understand CBD’s function within the body, we need to examine how receptors like CB1 and CB2 interact with other chemical compounds. But first you’ll need to know these three terms…

•Agonists – chemicals that bind to a receptor and activate it to produce a biological response.

•Inverse agonists – chemicals that bind to the same receptor as agonists but produce the exact opposite result.

•Antagonists – the complete opposite of agonists as they inhibit or dampen the functions of a receptor.

The indirect interactions of CBD with the endocannabinoid system has many effects, some of which surprised scientists and are still being researched. Some of CBD’s functions include:

•Effectively increases CB1 density, amplifying the effects of all cannabinoids that bind to CB1 receptors.

•Acts as a 5-HT1a receptor agonist in the brain.. This means that CBD has calming and soothing effects such as some potent analgesics, but without the side effects.

Acts as inverse agonist of CB2 receptors, effectively reducing the effects of cannabinoids that make CB2 receptors less responsive.

•Acts as an antagonist for the putative GPR55 receptor, an element of the endocannabinoid system that is still being researched. (It is suggested that GPR55 may be a third type of cannabinoid receptor altogether.)

Between the above functions, most of CBD’s observed effects are well explained. However, scientists are still unclear about how some effects of Cannabidiol are actually occurring. The most possible explanation is via the hypothetical GPR55 receptor, or through more indirect and synergistic effects that still await discovery.


Contrary to how most cannabinoids function, CBD interacts very mildly with the cannabinoid receptors themselves and instead either helps other cannabinoids to be better absorbed or stops the effects of whatever makes the receptors work less effectively.

The indirect nature of CBD’s effects have made it difficult for scientists to pinpoint its exact effects up to now, but many positive effects of this unusual phytocannabinoid are still being studied.

The endocannabinoid system is closely interconnected with the nervous and immune system. Since CBD has been shown to boost just about every function of our cannabinoid receptors, it is proven to have far-reaching soothing and relaxing effects.

CBD and CBD oil are not in fact the same thing. As we’ve seen above, CBD is a chemical compound with sharply defined characteristics, while CBD oil is a mixture of various natural substances as they are derived from the plant of cannabis.

The production of hemp oil involves extracting the fatty acids from the stalks of the cannabis plant. Within these fatty acids fat-soluble substances can be found, and as cannabinoids are fat-soluble, they come out of the plant, dissolved in the oil.

To make this more concrete, let’s use an example here. This is a high-CBD hemp oil product made from industrial hemp. It has a concentration of CBD between 18% and 24%. This means that it has 18%–24% parts CBD dissolved in the actual oil, which is composed by other substances. So 18%–24% is pure CBD, and the rest are hemp oil extracts and other fatty acid substances.

CBD is always CBD, but CBD oil from hemp is not the same as the oil that is extracted from medical marijuana.

The main difference between the two remains that CBD oil from medical marijuana can contain any varying amount of THC. As a result, this type of CBD oil is considered a Schedule I drug and is not legal in many states in the US and countries worldwide.

As industrial hemp is naturally high in CBD and contains only traces of THC, the hemp oil produced from it is safe and non-psychotropic. This CBD oil is actually a lot different than the oil produced by extracting the fatty acids of the cannabis plants that are bred for soothing purposes.

Besides the difference in THC concentration, the CBD oils will also have differing amounts of other cannabinoids. But those make up a much smaller percentage of the overall volume and are not as pronounced in their effects as CBD or THC are.

So, if you are looking for a safe and legal CBD oil product, CBD oil produced from industrial hemp is a great choice, because it’s naturally rich in CBD and has almost no THC.

I recommend nano enhanced hemp oil. for the purest and safest product on the market.