Hemp has a 6000-year history and our CBD is extracted from the hemp plant. Although CBD was discovered in the 1940s, research has been slow due to the legal status of cannabis over the last century. This past decade, however, CBD has become better accepted. Its negative stigma has decreased, and more people are using [...]
Hemp is NOT marijuana, although they come from the same plant species, cannabis sativa. Both marijuana & hemp have phytocannabinoid molecules such as the psychoactive, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD). Per federal laws, hemp must have less than 0.3% THC (2018 Farm Bill), whereas marijuana is known to have high concentrations of THC in [...]
CBD is extracted from the hemp plant and thinned with an oil like coconut or hemp seed.
CBD Oil is a natural botanical concentrate extracted from the stalk and seed of Industrial Hemp plants that is high in the compound CBD and VERY low in THC (less than 0.3%). However, some of our products may contain zero THC and are labeled as such.
There are many different ways of consuming CBD. These are main methods: Extracts For a more specific concentrated dose, potent concentrates with high CBD contents can be vaporized or consumed directly. Edibles Long lasting effects. Food or beverages infused with CBD can have different effects than other consumption methods. Find the one that is right [...]
Decide how you want to take CBD. CBD is available in sprays, capsules, edibles and other forms. It is recommended that you always follow the instructions on the product label. Begin with a low dose. Especially if you have little or no experience with CBD. Take a few small doses over the course of the [...]
The amount of time it takes to feel the effect of CBD varies depending on the individual, the reason for using the CBD, and the form of CBD oil they are using. CBD oil can be used orally, topically, or inhaled as vapor. Vaping is the quickest option, as it is disbursed through the bloodstream. [...]
Common issues that most people seek relief for are pain, anxiety, and sleep disorders. With the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD was put under the authority of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for oversight. Since its legal status is relatively new there is not enough research for the FDA to allow for [...]
There have been no reported overdoses on CBD, nor can you die from taking too much CBD. The most common complaint is that people may notice mild dysphoria or feelings of sedation at high mg doses (over 500 mgs per day).
According to the FDA and as described on their website at FDA.gov, “There is a significant interest in the development of therapies and other consumer products derived from cannabis and its components, including cannabidiol (CBD). The FDA recognizes the potential opportunities cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds may offer and acknowledges the significant interest in these possibilities.” [...]