Hemp juice the simple, legal, affordable way to get cannabis juice

Hemp Juice: The Simple, Legal, and Affordable Way to Get Cannabis Juice

February 02, 2023

Hemp Juice

Hemp Juice: The Simple, Legal, and Affordable Way to Get Cannabis Juice

Cannabis juice, also known as raw cannabis juice or green juice, is made by blending the raw leaves and buds of the cannabis plant and extracting the juice. Juicing raw cannabis became popular as an alternative cancer treatment. It has been demonstrated over the years on YouTube for its condensed medicinal value without getting you as high as smoking it. The method, very similar to juicing wheatgrass, was used to extract the raw form of THC, which is THCa. In the raw form, the THCa molecule is not activated through a heating process preserving the natural medicinal value of the marijuana plant and allowing the human body to consume more phytonutrients. This process is expensive and time-consuming, and it helps if you grow your own plants at home.

Now there is a simple and affordable solution for all of us to get our raw cannabis supplementation using hemp juice in a carefully made, powdered form to get CBDA in our bodies easily and conveniently.

PhytoRite is proud to now offer Juicetiva’s Whole Leaf Hemp Juice with the Most Naturally Occurring CBDA from the Leaf and not the lab.

Hemp juice is different from hemp milk, which is made from hemp seeds and does not contain any CBD or THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound found in cannabis. Hemp juice is not as widely available or popular as other types of cannabis products, such as dried flowers, concentrates, and edibles. This is because the consumption of raw cannabis does not produce the extreme psychoactive effects that are associated with THC, and it is not a widely recognized method of consuming cannabis. Some people believe that consuming raw cannabis has potential health benefits, but more research is needed to fully understand its effects and potential benefits.

What are the benefits of cannabis juice?

There is limited research on the potential benefits of cannabis juice, as it is not a widely recognized or studied method of consuming cannabis. However, some people believe that consuming raw cannabis has potential health benefits due to the presence of raw cannabinoids and other compounds that may have therapeutic effects.

Cannabis plants contain a variety of compounds, including cannabidiol (CBD) and THC, as well as terpenes, flavonoids, and other phytonutrients. These compounds may interact with the body's endocannabinoid system, which regulates various physiological processes, such as pain, mood, and appetite. When consumed, these compounds may have a range of potential effects on the body, including reducing inflammation and pain, improving sleep, and reducing anxiety.

CBDa over CBD

There is limited research on the potential nutritional benefits of cannabidiolic acid (CBDa). CBDa is a compound found in raw, unheated cannabis that is converted to CBD when the cannabis is heated or dried. Some people believe that consuming CBDA has potential health benefits due to its natural cannabinoid profile and its rich in phytonutrients.

CBDa and CBD are both cannabinoids that are found in cannabis plants, specifically it is more abundant in hemp grown for its medicinal flower or buds. CBD has been studied more extensively than CBDa and is believed to have a range of potential health benefits, including reducing inflammation and pain and improving sleep. Research is showing that CBDA could have an important place in the therapeutic treatments for conditions as various conditions. We cannot list them here as they can be taken as claims and prohibited by the FDA. Please do some further research and reach out to us for help. 

There is some evidence to suggest that CBDa may have anti-inflammatory effects and may be useful in the treatment of certain conditions since most of our diseases are caused by inflammation in our bodies.

Israeli scientist, Raphael Mechoulam first isolated Cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) in 1965. Exposure to sufficient heat or even prolonged sunlight exposure, CBDA changes into CBD by going through a chemical process called decarboxylation causing the carboxyl group to drop off. Decarboxylation is the same chemical reaction that occurs in cellular respiration - the reason we all exhale CO2 as a byproduct of metabolism.

Due to traditional ways of consuming cannabis and getting intoxicated on small amounts of marijuana over the years, decarboxylated cannabinoids were considered the ‘activated’ compounds, producing a more potent therapeutic effect in our bodies. Recently, this assumption has been challenged with studies showing CBDA’s activation of 5-HT1A serotonin receptors to be significantly more potent than CBD. CBDA was also shown to have a stronger binding affinity than CBD as an antagonist at another important receptor known as GPR55. Source: ProjectCBD

What are Phytocannabinoids?

Phytocannabinoids are a group of compounds found in many plants and more abundantly in cannabis plants. They are similar to endocannabinoids that are produced naturally by the human body and are thought to interact with the body's endocannabinoid system, which regulates various physiological processes, such as pain, mood, and appetite.

There are more than 100 different phytocannabinoids that have been identified in cannabis plants, the most well-known of which are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis that is responsible for the "high" associated with its use. CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that is believed to have a range of potential health benefits that we have mentioned.

Other phytocannabinoids found in cannabis plants include cannabigerol (CBG), cannabichromene (CBC), and cannabinol (CBN). These compounds may also have potential health benefits, but they have not been studied as extensively as THC and CBD.

How does your Endocannabinod (ECS) System work?

Our body The ECS is a network of receptors and neurotransmitters that is found throughout the body and helps to maintain homeostasis, or balance, in the body. It is made up of two main types of receptors, called cannabinoid receptor 1 (CB1) and cannabinoid receptor 2 (CB2). These receptors are found in different parts of the body and are activated by cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD.

The human body produces two main endocannabinoids, which are molecules that bind to cannabinoid receptors in the endocannabinoid system:

Anandamide (AEA) – commonly referred to as the “bliss molecule”

2-Arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG)

These endocannabinoids play a role in regulating various physiological processes, such as appetite, mood, pain sensation, and immune function.

By adding plant or cannabis-derived cannabinoids you can see how the body utilizes these molecules to further enhance balance in our bodily systems. When CBDa is consumed, it is thought to bind to cannabinoid receptors in the ECS and may help to regulate certain physiological processes.


CBDa in your life

For the health-conscious consumer trying to navigate today’s largely unregulated market, the presence of CBDA in a cannabis oil extract suggests that it’s likely a true full-spectrum product like Kurativ’s CBDA CBGA 3000 tincture, rather than a formulation made from CBD isolate or distillate, both of which require decarboxylation or heating. This product is currently SOLD OUT and we will monitor the manufacturer's plans to restock.

You now have access to fresh cannabis leaves that Farmtiva made into Juicetiva hemp juice powder, which you may want to add to a salad or smoothie. It’s an easy way to get raw cannabinoids into your system. Try putting a small amount of hemp juice powder into a cup of steeping tea – the heat won’t be sufficient for decarbing and you’ll get the benefits of CBDA, the once-neglected cannabis compound.


Farmtiva perfected raw hemp juice into Juicetiva

Fresh Picked…

You can only get CBDa from raw, fresh hemp leaves and they pick them early in their growth from their own farms in California, when they have the highest amount of essential vitamins, minerals + nutrients.

Fresh Pressed...

Farmtiva not only cold-presses their hemp leaves, but they also add a second proprietary “fresh-press” process that squeezes MORE of the functional, raw nutrients into Juicetiva.

Powdered to Perfection.

They’ve spent two years developing and perfecting their proprietary “powder” process — so that every serving of JuiceTiva™, made in a GMP facility, has the most CBDa of any other hemp product.

What's in JuiceTiva™?

JuiceTiva™ hemp juice powder is 100% pure, RAW from live hemp leaves, grown on their own farms in Sunny California with NOTHING else added. They don’t need to add anything, because the SUPER COMBO of naturally occurring nutrition plus the health-optimizing phytocannabinoids, makes it one of the healthiest plants on the planet!

Packs a Super Food Punch

✔️ Vitamins: B2, B3, B6, B12 + E

✔️ Minerals: Potassium, Iron, Magnesium

✔️ Phytonutrients: Flavonoids

✔️ Omega 3 + 6 

✔️ Phytocannabinoids: CBDa, CBGa, CBG, CBD


100% Hemp Juice

✔️ RAW + Live Hemp

✔️ NO Additives

✔️ Soy, Gluten, Dairy FREE


✔️ Vegan + Kosher



A family-owned business that has developed JuiceTiva™ over two years—from planting their first 2-acre beta-field to finding the best Juicery and Powderization partners, to delivering the MOST bioavailable, raw, live juice powder, with the HIGHEST amount of CBDA per serving of any hemp product on the market today.

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