Edibles and Tropicals:

Edible oils are the substance that is fit for human consumption. Edible oils are extracted from parts of plants, fruits, flowers and seeds. Aryan provides edible oils that are completely organic and are best for the health. Our offerings in organic oils are very healthy and widely used in cooking and other applications in Indian kitchen. Organic oil provided by us is free from any kind of toxic and harmful materials.We offer Organic Certified olive oil, organic sunflower oil, organic coconut oil, organic groundnut oil, organic mustard oil. Aryan Gold Brand of oil and organic sesame oil.
Organic Oregano
Organic Coriander Oil
Organic Chamomile Oil
Organic Peanut Oil
Organic Avocado Oil
Organic Flax Seed Oil
Organic Cashew Oil
Organic Walnut Oil
Organic Rice Bran Oil
Organic Soybean Oil
Organic Sunflower Oil
Organic Coconut Oil
Organic Mustard Oil
Organic Sesame Oil
Organic Olive Oil



cannabinoid is one of a class of diverse chemical compounds that acts on cannabinoid receptors in cells that alter neurotransmitter release in the brainLigands for these receptor proteins include the endocannabinoids (produced naturally in the body by animals), the phytocannabinoids (found in cannabis and some other plants), and synthetic cannabinoids (manufactured artificially). The most notable cannabinoid is the phytocannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis.Cannabidiol (CBD) is another major constituent of the plant. There are at least 113 different cannabinoids isolated from cannabis, exhibiting varied effects.

CBD +Myrcene helps fight Cancer, epilepsy and dystonia
CBD + D3 Carene used for an Anti- Infammatory, helps promote Bone Cell Generation, Increase Memory Retention (helps with Alzheimers

CBCA + beta-sitosterol helps alleviate symptoms of benign enlargement and reduce prostate cancer risk

CBC + pulegone Produces calming and relaxing effect, helps treat Alzheimer's disease, glaucoma and Reduces or prevents fevers
CBC + quercetin Suppresses rate of genetic mutation, Destroys viruses, Inhibits oxidation Inhibits the growth and spread of cancerous cells

CBDA + b-caryophyllene Fights ulcers by increasing mucosal protection and used for pain management.

CBE + linalool Produces calming and relaxing effect, Prevents or treats depression, Relieves anxiety Strengthens immune system

CBN + cannaflavin A reduces inflammation and is exponentially more powerful than aspirin.

THC Delta 8
THC D8 + eucalyptol Anti-anxiety, Appetite-stimulation, Pain relief & Neuroprotection
THC D8 + limonene Prevents or treats depression & Relieves pain
THC D6 + p-cymene kills other microorganisms & Treats against Candida fungus
THC D8 + apigenin Estrus-producing; having the properties of, or properties similar to, an estrogen & Relieves anxiety

THC Delta 9
THC Delta 9 + a-pinene Bronchodilator, kills other microorganisms and Inhibits the growth and spread of cancerous cells
THC Delta 9 + CBD treats MRSA

THCA + CBD Reduces inflammation, Relieves pain, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, bone stimulant and anti-proliferic.treatment of psoriasis, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis and skin diseases.

CBG + l-limonene (citrus terpene found in cannabis), CBG shows promising results to fight breast cancer and helps fight MRSA

THCV + a-terpineol Produces calming and relaxing effect, anti-biotic, anti-oxident and anti-molarial

We know that hemp is a non-psychoactive variety of Cannabis Sativa L., but many people wonder if CBD sourced from low-THC/high-CBD strains of cannabis (in this instance, agricultural hemp at less than 0.3% THC concentration) is the same as or comparable to CBD sourced from higher-THC/lower-CBD cannabis (i.e., marijuana). To be clear, whether or not CBD from a low-THC vs. high-THC plant is better/worse/the same because of the presence of other non-CBD molecules (also known as the “entourage effect”) is an entirely different question, and one that could vary wildly depending on both the type of ailment/disease the patient is trying to relieve and his or her physiological differences.

CBD-rich strains of cannabis that categorize the plant as “hemp” (less than 0.3% THC content) vs. “marijuana” (greater than 0.3% THC) are driven by the expression of genotypes that direct their phenotypic characteristics. The genotypes of various cannabis strains dictate the biosynthetic pathways that result in different phenotypes and variations in cannabinoid, terpene, stilbene, and flavonoid profiles, or “fingerprints.”




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