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Questions about CBD
Learn more about CBD and how it can benefit you in your everyday life!
Are there side effects to CBD?
The only negative effects of CBD have been documented under the most extreme circumstances of use. Ingestion of abnormally high amounts of CBD has led to “dysphoric feelings” in very rare situations. These instances were recorded at dosage intakes higher than 2,000mg of daily use. Normal use consumption ranges from 5-200mg, often on the lower side. To further emphasize this point, in over one thousand years of hemp use, there has never been a recorded case of fatality or major illness attribut
What's the difference between Hemp and Cannabis?
Industrial Hemp and Cannabis can be the same plant both scientifically and genetically with the genus and species name Cannabis Sativa. Cannabis is made up of three different strains; Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis whereas Industrial Hemp is always a strain of Cannabis Sativa. Industrial hemp is made up of extremely fibrous long thick stalks and barely any flowering buds, which is the major difference as compared to Cannabis. Cannabis Sativa is much smaller and bushier
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) occurs naturally in the Hemp/Cannabis plant. CBD is the most common non-psychoactive cannabinoid found and scientists are studying it for its medicinal benefits. CBD oil is an oil extracted from the Cannabis/Hemp plant that features highly concentrated amounts of CBD.
Why do people use CBD? What are the benefits of CBD and its uses?
People use CBD oil for a variety of purposes. In compliance with the US FDA regulations, we are not allowed to make direct health claims in regards to our CBD products. However, research indicates that CBD could have many beneficial applications for enhancing your daily routine.
How do I ensure optimal results from using CBD?
Optimizing CBD relies mostly on the method of ingestion. The order of optimal absorption methods ranking from greatest to least is: Topical / transdermal (cosmetics absorbed through the skin), vapor inhalation, and digestion (drinks & foods). CBD alone has an absorption rate of roughly 30%. With the addition of other cannabinoids this rate is elevated to over 90%. This means that Isolates and other products with CBD Isolate infusion are inferior to Full Spectrum CBD. This in part explains the e
Who should not consume CBD?
If you’re concerned about taking CBD products, please consult your physician for more information. If you fall into any of the following categories, consult your physician before use: Women who are pregnant or nursing Those under 18 years of age Those taking prescription medications, especially if your medication has poor interaction with grapefruit
What's the ideal serving size for me and how often should I consume CBD?
Due to current regulations, CBD companies are not allowed to make any dosage recommendations regarding their products. With that being said, consumers can feel safe experimenting what amount works best for them. As you’ll see in any available research, there is little to no risk in taking small or large doses of CBD. We always recommend starting on the lower side and increasing your consumption as needed. There is a standard safe starting point for taking any CBD products. This dosage is: 1mg/1
What is the difference between Full Spectrum, Isolate and Nano CBD?
An isolate product contains pure CBD isolated from all other chemical compounds in the original plant material. This means that the CBD solely exists by itself and can be visualized as a white-colored powder. Full spectrum CBD, unlike CBD isolate products, includes the full range of cannabinoids present in the hemp plant. Full spectrum CBD can provide a greater effect than CBD alone because all the cannabinoids work together in the entourage effect. There are over 100 compounds in the cannabis
Is CBD from hemp as good as CBD from Cannabis?
CBD extracted from Hemp or Cannabis has the same quality.
Can I mix CBD with alcohol?
There is no evidence to support negative interactions between the 2 substances. We do not have a recommendation for or against this. With that being said, please consult your physician before combining the two substances.
Does CBD interact with any prescription medications?
Many types of medication—over 60%, in fact—are metabolized in the liver by a family of enzymes known as cytochrome P540, or CYP450. The process of metabolism is pretty complicated, but it involves multiple molecular pathways and various enzymes that help your body get rid of compounds, or it can involve breaking a compound down into a simpler molecule that your body can use. CBD has a very unique interaction with CYP450—they basically deactivate one another. CBD is both metabolized by CYP450 an
What are Terpenes?
Terpenes are a concept that may be confusing to some, but these substances are pivotal for any products derived from hemp or cannabis. Terpenes are essential aromatic oils produced by a variety of plants, including hemp and cannabis. Oils are secreted from the resin glands and are what give different cannabis/hemp strains their unique flavor profiles and aromas. Plants utilize these secretions as a way to ward off predators in the wild as they may be deterred by certain scents. On the other end
Can CBD be toxic?
CBD is a unique supplement in that it has not been found to have toxic dose, even at what some may consider very large concentrations. To this date, as is the case with marijuana, not a single person has been killed or hospitalized due to ingesting too much CBD.