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Providing a natural and organic based product line, infused with Mother Nature’s finest healing powers to deliver a broad spectrum of high-quality products.

Dr. Rook. utilizes a proprietary IP Nanosizing technology that extends itself to multiple applications within the beauty and wellness CBD-hemp industry. The technology Dr. Rook. uses, reduces the molecular conglomeration of hemp molecules to such an extremely small size that it’s able to “encapsulate” the hemp molecules with a jacket of water molecules that render the hemp 100percent biologically available at the cellular level. In comparison, hemp-infused beauty products using oils or isolates have bio-availability ranging from 35%-55% [smoking or vaporizing] to as low as 8%-14% for infused edibles and beverages. Even medicines developed with the hemp extracted oils such as hemp and THC, although extremely concentrated and can have a high potency, the amount the body can actually absorb into the cellular matrix is less than 50% in the best cases. Nanobiologics solves all these problems and more.

Cannabis can cause confusion. Check out our compilation of terms and tips to help guide your understanding of the cannabis wellness industry.

Bioavailability
Subcategory of absorption; the fraction of an administered dose of an unchanged drug that reaches the systemic circulation, one of the principal administered intravenously, its bioavailability is 100%

Cannabis
A genus of plants, comprising of both marijuana plants and hemp plants, among others.

Cannabinoid
Class of diverse chemical compounds that act on cannabinoid receptors on cells that repress neurotransmitter release in the brain. The most well-known cannabinoids include THC, CBD, CBN, and THCa.

Cannabidiol (CBD)
A compound (phytocannabinoid) found in cannabis plants. Known to alleviate anxiety and inflammation without being addictive.

Dosage
The size or frequency of a dose of a medicine or drug. Hemp A variety of the cannabis Sativa plant species that is grown primarily for the industrial uses of its derived products.

Hemp
is a distinct cultivar of the cannabis plant that contains less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Indica
The Indica strains originated at a higher altitude and can be found predominantly in countries known for their hash cultures, such as Morocco, Afghanistan, Nepal, and Turkey. These plants are shorter and fuller compared to their Sativa counterparts. Indicas are known for providing strong analgesic effects.

Phytocannabinoids
Cannabinoids that occur naturally in the cannabis plant (phyto). Endocannabinoids occur naturally in the human body (endo).

Sativa
Sativa strains originated in an area around the equator and can be found in countries like Colombia, Mexico, Thailand, and several African nations. Sativas are generally known for producing more mental, creative, and energetic effects than Indicas.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
The principal psychoactive compound (phytocannabinoid) found in cannabis plants. Known to help with pain relief, anxiety control, appetite stimulation, and insomnia.

Tincture
Typically an alcoholic extract of plant material or a solution of such. Numerous cannabinoid tinctures are available, including many CBD tinctures made from hemp.

Transdermal
A route of administration wherein active ingredients are delivered through the skin for systemic distribution.

Vaporizer
A device that generates a particular substance in the form of vapor, especially for medicinal inhalation.

Bringing our patients safe and enjoyable CBD-infused products to ensure a higher quality of life.

Pain Relief
Reduces inflammation and can block certain pain receptors.

Anxiety and Depression
Stimulates natural serotonin production, which causes your aura to remain balanced

Can Alleviate Cancer Related Symptoms
Reduces nausea and pain.

Acne Reduction
Anti oxidant

Neuroprotective Properties
Keeps foreign cells from multiplying

Heart Health
Reduces blood pressure

Antipsychotic Effects
Studies suggest that CBD may help with schizophrenia and other mental disorders by reducing psychotic symptoms

Substance Abuse Treatment
CBD has been shown to modify circuits in the brain related to drug addiction.