Golden CBD Truffles Mushroom

32,99

Composition

Preparation based on broken truffles with CBD, (Summer Truffle 65% Brumale Truffle 12% Black Truffle 3%) to be mentioned in its entirety. Tuber aestivum (Saint John’s truffle) 65%. Black winter truffles 15% (brumale, various) Tuber melanosporum min 3%, olive oil from the Beaux de Provence valley 10%, Trumpet of death 5%, Salt Truffle aroma.

1% cannabidiol (CBD), or 250mg CBD for a 25gr jar.

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EAN: 8594200350499 SKU: GB0000018 Category:

Description

Black Truffle and Pasta
Black Truffle and Pasta

Combining CBD with breaking truffles allows consumers to enjoy the benefits of CBD with all the biological and sensory pleasure by tasting the tasty anandamides of the truffle thus activating your palate and your endo-cannabinoid receptors with an extended duration, thanks to CBD.

The finest gourmets will appreciate this unique recipe in the world, allowing experienced Chefs to create extraordinary dishes.

The best way to consume this product in a simple and delicious way, for example, is to add the Golden Buds CBD breaking truffles onto a toast or pasta or risotto.

Rice with Truffles
Rice with Truffles

You can read below how our Golden CBD truffles are made and what is the interaction between truffles and cannabinoids.

What is the composition of the breaking truffles with CBD in Golden Truffles?

Preparation based on broken truffles with CBD, (Summer Truffle 65% Brumale Truffle 12% Black Truffle 3%) to be mentioned in its entirety. Tuber aestivum (Saint John’s truffle) 65%. Black winter truffles 15% (brumale, various) Tuber melanosporum min 3%, olive oil from the Beaux de Provence valley 10%, Trumpet of death 5%, Salt Truffle aroma.

1% cannabidiol (CBD), or 250mg CBD for a 25gr jar.

How is Golden Truffles CBD made?

Golden Buds, CBD Golden truffle is made from truffles from Gard, Vaucluse and Bouches du Rhône. The truffles are selected for their flavor, healthy appearance, and full maturity. These are the conditions for obtaining a very good quality breaking truffle. Truffles, which grow in stony soil, in the middle of the scrubland, have a quirky appearance, more difficult to brush, but offer an extraordinary fragrance when they reach full maturity. These are mainly Tuber Melanosporum and Tuber Brumale. They are collected from January to March, before this period they have hardly reached maturity. These are the first winter frosts that successively bring the fullness and blooming of truffles. Regarding Tuber Aestivum or Saint John’s Truffles which are harvested from mid-April to mid-August. It prefers soils predominantly calcium-magnesium, drained, rich in fine and coarse granulations. It has the particularity of fruiting very close to the surface of the soil and grows in symbiosis with hazelnuts, oaks, beeches, etc. Our Golden Truffles made of breaking truffles are packaged in one kilo cans, then sterilized for the first time, before being assembled to make Golden Buds CBD Golden Truffles. Add to this tasty breaking truffles, cannabinoidiol (CBD) which is obtained from natural hemp cultivated with respect for nature without chemicals. The CBD is first finely mixed with extra virgin olive oil from the Beaux de Provences valley, with a controlled designation of origin and then add to the breaking truffles to deliver Golden CBD truffles full potential.

What is the interaction between Black Truffles (Tuber Melanosporum) and Cannabidiol (CBD)?

Truffle spores are dispersed throughout the environment by animals that eat them. In a way, truffles depend on being eaten for their survival. As is usually the case in nature through interconnected processes that makes truffles. To make truffles, we develop a magnificent means of reproducing and dispersing in nature. And this means is related to endo-cannabinoids.

The dark brown melanin pigments are the key to the development and reproduction of truffles. A scientific study has established a connection between endo-cannabinoids and the synthesis of melanin in human skin cells. A group of Italian researchers have taken a closer look at the chemical compound in the truffle that this fungus produces. They discovered a significant amount of the endocannabinoid called anandamide. In addition, they observed a relationship between the levels of melanin and anandamide in the different stages of maturation of the truffle. The fact that truffles do not have cannabinoid receptors because it is a fungus.

The truffle by diffusing its aroma composed of terpenes, volatile molecules, dispersing in the soil, to attract the truffle-eating animals which propagate the truffle spores in the surroundings ensuring the survival of the truffles. Mammalian animals have a highly developed cannabinoid receptor system.

With this in mind, the accumulated evidence supports an involvement of endo-cannabinoids in the initiation of the eating response and in the processes of appetite and consumption. In particular, endocannabinoids appear to be related to both the inducement to search for food and the initiation of consumption, as well as the olfactive or hedonic evaluation of food during eating.

Scientists added that truffles produce enough anandamide to activate CB1 and CB2 receptors at the same time. In other words, anandamide could help truffles attract mammals to eat them while dispersing their spores, so consuming anandamide triggers rewarding processes in these animals; put it simply, it can get them high.

Therefore, combining CBD with broken truffles allows consumers to enjoy the benefits of CBD with all the biological and sensory pleasure by tasting the tasty anandamides of the truffle thus activating your palate and your endo-cannabinoid receptors with an extended duration. thanks to CBD.

Bruschetta with Black Truffle
Bruschetta with Black Truffle

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