Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
CBD, short for cannabidiol, is found in the cannabis plant. Cannabis is a plant category that includes hemp and marijuana, which means you can get CBD from both hemp and marijuana. CBD isn’t the only cannabinoid found in cannabis; in fact, over 100 cannabinoids have been discovered so far. We are focused on the CBD that comes from hemp: a plant that has been used for centuries by many cultures which won’t get you high.
Everyone. CBD is an all-natural product that helps maintain overall health. Research on the potential health benefits of CBD oil is ongoing, so new therapeutic uses for this natural remedy are sure to be discovered.
There are many ways you can take CBD. The most common are tinctures (oil droppers) which are used sublingually under the tongue, capsules, and topical applications, such as salves or patches.
No, it is impossible to feel high after properly taking CBD. Some people notice they feel less anxious when they use CBD. Amazingly, what hemp does contain is. a lot of other cannabinoids and phytonutrients like CBN, CBL, and CBDA. These cannabinoids, terpenes and phytonutrients all play an important role in supporting your endocannabinoid system and help regulate normal cell functions.
Yes, when properly derived from industrial hemp, CBD is federally legal in all states. To be legal, the THC level (the cannabinoid which produces the “high” feeling) must be less than 0.3%.
We are “hardwired” with a master control system called the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). The ECS is made up of cell receptors that act as messengers, giving your body specific directions on what to do. Some of these messengers are located in the brain and the spinal cord.
Hemp offers a unique ratio of cannabinoids that are non-euphoric but still beneficial in supporting the body’s natural processes, like the processes that are controlled by the ECS. CBD helps to balance and maintain the ECS, providing therapeutic potential in almost all conditions.