With 0% THC and special Terpenes formulated to give you additional benefits to your life, our products work on your mind, body & spirit.
We are more than just a CBD company. Our products have special Terpenes and a unique formula. We use the products ourselves and we know how it can improve lives.
All of our CBD oils have a different formulation of Terpenes to tackle different situations in your life.
Our CBD Creams are made with 0% THC and are composed of natural ingredients that provide the maximum benefits for your skin and muscles.
You might have seen CBD in the press recently, but you probably still have a lot of questions. Let us answer them for you.
CBD, or as it is formally known, Cannabidiol, is one of the natural compounds found in the cannabis plant. This is completely different from THC (which is the main psychoactive compound) and does NOT get you high.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, interacts with the endocannabinoid system, balancing it and enhancing its receptors. Its properties help us to feel greater physical and mental well-being. This compound has been used in medicine for many years and was already found in ancient Egypt.
THC and CBD are chemicals that bind to our endocannabinoid receptor system. That’s why we call them cannabinoids. Although THC and CBD are the most popular cannabinoids, there are many more: CBN, CBG, CBC, CNV, etc.
Some of them. Like THC, they are psychoactive, that is, they alter our perception and modify our mood, while others are not, such as CBD.
Tetrahydrocannabinol, THC, is the most popular component of cannabis. It is the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. In other words, the one that causes the narcotic effects, such as euphoria or sudden relaxation of the person who consumes it. On the other hand, CBD does not alter your perception and retains all the benefits of the plant.
Knowing the differences between CBD and THC is very important to understand it perfectly.
Our CBD products do not contain THC (0% THC) which allows you to enjoy all the benefits without any of the risks.
Many of the CBD oils usually have up to 0.03% THC, which is the psychoactive element in the cannabis plant. Our oils contain NO THC, making them totally safe.
Unlike THC, CBD does not interact directly with the CB1 or CB2 receptor. What CBD molecules do is act as inhibitors in the breakdown of our main endocannabinoid, anandamide.
In other words, CBD favors that there is more anandamide circulating through our system, and it seems that having more endocannabinoids can be one of the factors that act as protectors of our well-being.
Furthermore, clinical studies, such as “Cannabidiol modulates serotonergic transmission and reverses both allodynia and anxiety-like behavior in a model of neuropathic pain”, developed by several experts, such as Dr. Danilo De Gregorio (2), indicate that CBD also has the ability to interact with the 5HT1A serotonin receptor.
The effects of CBD oil are many. Among them are the reduction of stress levels that you may have in your day to day. In turn, it helps you fall asleep and improve its quality, helping you wake up more rested and revitalized.
Many athletes use CBD oil in their sports life, as it helps you recover better and faster from physical training.
There are many studies that have also proven the effects of CBD on bodily discomforts that limit you in your day-to-day life. Read this article to learn more about the effects of CBD oil.
Terpenes are part of the essential oils of many plants. More specifically, they are the compounds that give them aroma and flavor, making it easy to recognize them. In our blog, we have explained what terpenes are, do not miss it.
Now, each cannabis plant has its own combination of terpenes. And they are not few: it is possible to find up to 40 terpenes in a single specimen! Of course, each variety presents them in different proportions, which offers a very wide range of tastes, aromas and properties.
Thus, depending on the circumstances in which the plant finds itself, it will produce a greater quantity of some terpenes or others to adapt to the environment and offer the best of itself. By adding natural terpenes to CBD oil we can achieve specific results depending on what we are most interested in enhancing.
Scientists in Israel have created the perfect combination of terpenes, and we have used this combination to create our unique CBD oil formula.
Our ancestors already used CBD. Now, due to the boom in medical cannabis, its use has become widespread. Medical marijuana has been very useful, but the problem with smoking was still there, in addition to the contraindications of THC.
The solution was to create marijuana without THC, so it didn’t get you high, but you had to keep smoking. And apart from the fact that it is something that many people are not interested in, the lungs continued to suffer, since smoking is not recommended.
So the THC-free CBD oil took shape. Obtaining in this way all the benefits of cannabis, without THC and without having to smoke it.
NUUYU was founded by Jesse Forster, A Canadian sports & heath enthusiast.
He has always been a sports enthusiast. It is precisely because of this that throughout his life, not only has he dedicated a large part of his free time to sports as a hobby, but also to training in a more professional way, even competing in bouts.
All this intense sport left him to have recurring injuries, with one injury leading to another. All of this caused him to completely stop doing sports and try many treatments to alleviate the pain but none of them work as expected.
Jesse discovered CBD and it helped him relax and alleviate discomforts. From then on he began to consume them regularly and decide o create Nuuyu to help you do the same!
We do not claim CBD treats any medical conditions, any piece of content is about the properties of the individual plant terpenes, this agreement is to be governed by Spanish law. In Annex II of Regulation (EC) 1223/2009 on cosmetic products, hemp seeds and leaves are excluded
from the classification as narcotic drugs.
The European Commission states that: “Cannabidiol is not included as such in the Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961. Therefore, cannabidiol is considered outside the scope of Annex II, of Regulation (EC) 1223/2009 at entry 306”.
Currently in the European Union the use of cannabidiol is allowed as long as * it does not come from parts of the plant that are considered narcotic drugs *. Thus, the use of cannabidiol obtained from seeds and leaves is currently allowed on cosmetic products.