FAQ

What Is CBD?

CBD is short for cannabidiol. It’s a non-psychoactive extract from the cannabis plant (it won’t make you high).

There are many different ways to use CBD products. You can find CBD in the form of oils, capsules, topical salves, vape pens, edibles, and more.

What’s The Difference Between Hemp & Marijuana?

Hemp and marijuana are the same species of plant — Cannabis sativa. The main difference between hemp and marijuana is the amount of THC they produce. THC is the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis that makes users feel high. Hemp is any plant that contains less than 0.3% THC. Marijuana is any cannabis plant containing more than 0.3% THC.

 

Is Hemp Seed Oil the Same as CBD Oil?

Hemp seed oil is very different from CBD oil. Hemp seed oil is made from the seeds of the cannabis plant. CBD oil is made from the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant.

 

Is CBD legal?

In 2018, the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (aka the Farm Bill) legalized CBD that is derived from hemp and contains no more than 0.3% THC 

 

Is CBD Safe For Kids?

CBD is safe to use with kids, as long as they contain non-psychoactive doses of THC.

 

How Do I Use CBD?

There are different ways to use CBD: The most common way to use CBD is orally in the form of a CBD oil or CBD gummy. CBD topical oils, creams, CBD vape pens are also popular.

 

What Does CBD Feel Like?

The effects of CBD are subtle. It’s non-psychoactive, which means CBD won’t make you high — however, it can give you a mild “fuzzy” sensation.

 

What Are the Most Common Reasons For Using CBD?

Pain relief, Inflammatory conditions, Stress & anxiety relief,  Sleep support, Skin inflammation

 

So how is it that CBD has so many benefits?

 

CBD targets a series of receptors that make up the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is involved with hundreds of different functions in the human body. By targeting this broad-acting system CBD is able to interact with virtually every organ in the human body. Through its effects on the ECS, hemp extracts are able to interfere with pain transmission, inflammation, anxiety, sleep, and more.