- Supports memory, cognition and attention
- Helps balance emotions in stressful situations
- Promotes feelings of physical & mental comfort
- May assist the body in maintaining gastric tone and comfort
- Promotes feelings of calmness
- Helps maintain normal levels of triglycerides
- Helps maintain normal levels of cholesterol
- Helps maintain normal levels of LDL and HDL particles
- Helps maintain normal blood glucose levels
- Supports healthy weight
- Demonstrates a healthy inflammatory response
- Supports cellular health and function
- Supports normal bronchodilatation
- Powerful antioxidant, protecting the body from the effects of free radicals
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Gluten-Free – The finished product contains no detectable gluten (<10ppm gluten)
No Detectable GMOs – The finished product contains no detectable genetically-modified organisms
Quality Standards – GMP Operations and Standardized Ingredients
Checked For: Heavy Metals, Microbiological Contaminants, Allergens, Residual Solvents, Potency, Purity and Identity
Why Choose CannabiQuin?
CannabiQuin, a special fusion of the trademarked ingredient ThymoQuin™ and full-spectrum hemp oil. ThymoQuin™, a clinically studied ingredient standardized to 3% thymoquinone content from black cumin seed, provides unique antioxidant activity. Specifically, ThymoQuin™ limits fat peroxidation—the degradation of lipids where free radicals “steal” electrons from the lipids in cell membranes,—and immune-supporting properties making it highly beneficial for the cardiovascular system, the endocrine system as well as supporting a healthy immune response. ThymoQuin™ has shown to be protective of liver cells from internal free radical impact, making it supportive of healthy cellular function.*
Full-spectrum hemp oil is the pure oil extracted from hemp that contains all the same phytocannabinoids and compounds found in the original hemp plant. These two, paired together, make for one of the most advantageous cellular health supplements on the market today.*
ThymoQuin™ Black Cumin Seed (Nigella sativa) (3% thymoquinone)—500 milligrams per serving:
Nigella sativa (black cumin seed) is a plant that has been used throughout the world for centuries. Due to its various effects, this plant has a multitude of potential applications. ThymoQuin is a standardized extract derived from black cumin seed, containing a volatile oil called thymoquinone. Thymoquinone, because of its terpenoid content (para-cymene), may support the cellular activity of other ingredients it is paired with while also supporting improved bioavailability. The power of ThymoQin is in the specific set of terpenoids and standardized oil, thymoquinone. This standardization of thymoquinone sets this product apart from the competition. ThymoQuin™ is evidenced to boost the benefits of both fat soluble and water-soluble antioxidants and fatty acids for cellular health, while having its own glycemic, cardiovascular and mental well-being benefits.*
Full Spectrum Hemp Oil (6% phytocannabinoids) – 170 mg per serving:
Full Spectrum Hemp Oil is a clean and sustainable source of full spectrum phytocannabinoids derived from hemp plants.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Who should use CannabiQuin™?
Those that want to boost the benefits of their daily supplement regimen with the powerful ingredients found in Black Cumin Seed while also getting the calming benefits of ThymoQuin™. CannabiQuin supports both physical health and mental well-being. *
What is the best time of day to use CannabiQuin?
CannabiQuin can be used at any time of the day with or without food. However, it needs to be taken 4 hours separately from medication.
If I take CannabiQuin, does that mean I don’t need to take any other antioxidants or supplements?
Antioxidants work in different compartments of the body. This means you should take a diversity of antioxidants so that you get full-spectrum coverage.
What is Full-Spectrum Hemp?
Full-spectrum hemp oil refers to when the pure oil extracted from hemp contains all the same phytocannabinoids and compounds found in the original hemp plant. Full spectrum hemp oil is not an isolate.
What is a terpene and why is this helpful?
Terpenes are aromatic organic hydrocarbons found in many plants. Most popularly known for their high-quality appearances in essential oils, terpenes as aromatic compounds can enhance the activity and bioavailability of the ingredients they are paired with in formulations such as CannabiQuin.*
How are the active ingredients in CannabiQuin sourced and derived?
Both Thymoquin™ and the Full-Spectrum hemp oil found in CannabiQuin are sustainably sourced and minimally processed.
Is the full-spectrum hemp oil in CannabiQuin™ from the US or Europe?
We use the highest quality US-sourced hemp in CannabiQuin. The locally sourced hemp is processed in a cutting-edge North Carolina facility, yielding full-spectrum hemp oil as verified by third-party labs. Our hemp is grown through responsible growing practices and regenerative farming techniques. The hemp is extracted using non-GMO cryo-ethanol extraction to produce high quality phytocannabinoid oils.
How is your full-spectrum hemp oil and black cumin seed tested for purity and active ingredients?
The raw materials used in CannabiQuin™ are verified through third-party laboratory testing. Each batch must meet stringent quality requirements for identity, purity, strength and composition. Advanced extraction and processing techniques provide you with quality products containing quality ingredients.
How is the full-spectrum hemp used in CannabiQuin extracted?
The hemp is extracted using a method called cryo-ethanol extraction that uses non-GMO ethanol at extremely cold temperatures to produce cannabinoid oils.
Is hemp the same as marijuana?
No. Hemp is a distinct plant in the cannabis genus. It is specifically grown and bred for its industrial uses as a fiber, protein and oil, making it distinct from marijuana, which contains higher levels of THC.
Will CannabiQuin™ get me high?
No. The hemp oil contained in CannabiQuin is derived from hemp, which means that it contains less than 0.3% THC. Marijuana contains much higher levels of THC, which is the component of cannabis that causes the “high” feeling. Unlike marijuana, hemp is not psychoactive.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Will taking CannabiQuin cause me to fail a drug test?
The 2018 Farm Bill defines hemp as cannabis with less than 0.3% THC. The full spectrum hemp oil contained in CannabiQuin, in compliance with the Farm Bill, contains trace amounts (less than 0.3%) of naturally-occurring THC. This level, when used according to the label, makes it unlikely that you will fail a drug test. However, more research is needed to fully understand the factors that contribute to effective metabolism of cannabinoids. There is variability in drug testing methods, meaning a drug test sensitive to 0.0% or a zero tolerance requirement for occupation and/or treatment may detect the naturally-occurring THC in CannabiQuin.
We strongly suggest that individuals who are required not to fail a drug test avoid all naturally-occurring THC. Should you have interest in the certificate of analysis for your product, simply scan the QR code on your bottle or visit marketamerica.com/hemp. Please have your bottle and lot number available to identify your batch.
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