Frequently Asked Questions Regarding CBD
What is CBD?
What is the difference between CBD and THC?
Will CBD get me high?
What is the Entourage Effect?
Will CBD show up on a drug screen?
How will CBD interact with my prescribed medication?
Is CBD legal?
Can I fly with CBD on an airplane?
Since all of our products fall below that 0.3% THC, there should be no issue when flying with these products. If ever you have any concerns when traveling, we would advise you to visit our COA page by clicking here and printing off the actual COA for the product that you are going to fly with, that way you are able to prove that the THC count is below 0.3% THC.
Are there any known side effects of taking CBD?
What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?
Indica and Sativa are more commonly referred to as marijuana, as they have a high THC count, and a low CBD count. Marijuana plants being high in THC are going to have the intoxicating, mind altering affects, often associated with getting “high”.
Ruderalis plants are more commonly referred to as industrialized hemp. These plants are going to have a very high CBD count, and a very low THC count. Under federal law, any cannabis plant containing less than 0.3% THC, per dry weight is not illegal on the federal level, as they have no intoxicating properties.
What is the difference between Full Spectrum CBD and RSO?
Since Full Spectrum CBD is made from industrialized hemp, it is going to contain high amounts of CBD, and a THC count below 0.3% making it have no psychoactive properties.
Is CBD the only cannabinoid found on the hemp plant?
How do I take CBD?
There are many different ways of taking in CBD, and each has their own benefits.
Tincture – A tincture is typically an extract of plant or animal material dissolved in a carrier oil. These products are best taken by holding the liquid under the tongue for 30-60 seconds, and then swallowing. The reason for holding under the tongue, is that there are glands under the tongue that absorb the CBD into the soft tissues, allowing the CBD to get into your system a lot quicker.
Capsule – Capsules are convenient as they come with a pre-measured amount of CBD per capsule, this takes a lot of the guesswork out of dasaging.
Vape –CBD when inhaled, is the fastest way to take in CBD. Inhalation of CBD is great for stress and anxiety, since the effects can be felt almost immediately, but will not last as long as other oral routes.
Edibles – Edibles, just like capsules are a convenient way of in taking CBD, without the guesswork. Most edibles are going to come in a set amount of CBD per piece, allowing dosaging to stay easy and consistent.
Topicals – Topical application of CBD is great for inflammation, sore muscles, etc. as they are made for isolated areas of discomfort.
*All of our topicals are made with pure CBD but can be made with full spectrum CBD if desired. Please note: Full spectrum CBD topical products are more beneficial for skin conditions, such as psoriasis, eczema, and even certain kinds of skin cancer, as those are conditions that affect the top layer of the skin. The additional cannabinoids found in Full Spectrum CBD will not penetrate deep enough into the skin to produce any additional benefits such as The Entourage Effect.
How much should I take?
Is CBD addictive?
Is there CBD in hemp seed oil?
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