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  • 1. What is CBD or Cannabidiol Oil?
    CBD or Cannabidiol oil is a compound found in the flower or leaves of the hemp plant. There are many cannabinoids (Full Spectrum) found in hemp and beneficial to supporting the mind and body in various ways.
  • 2. What are Cannabinoids?
    Cannabinoids are a group of naturally occurring chemical compounds produced by cannabis plants and the human endocannabinoid system (ECS). Each is named based on where they are derived. The prefix phyto- means “plant,” and phytocannabinoids originate from plants. The prefix endo- means “within,” and these cannabinoids are produced within the body. Both interact with the endocannabinoid system of the nervous system
  • 3. What is the difference between the various CBD; full spectrum, isolates and broad spectrum?
    Full Spectrum contains cannabidiol oils and other cannabinoids along with a trace of THC (0.3% or less), Isolates only contain cannabidiol oils and no cannabinoids or THC, and Broad Spectrum contains cannabidiol oils and multiple cannabinoids with no THC.
  • 4. Does CBD or Cannabidiol oil get you high?
    Cannabidiol oils (CBD) are non-intoxicating because they contain a different cannabinoid found in the Cannabis sativa plant. The level of THC present in Cannabis sativa is what determines the plant's classification as marijuana or hemp. Hemp contains 0.3% or less THC.
  • 5. What are the benefits of CBD or Cannabidiol Oil?
    CBD supports a sense of calm to enable focus and courage to handle everyday stress. CBD also supports sleep cycles as well as muscle and joint recovery from inflammation due to exercise.
  • 6. How long does it take for CBD to take effect?
    Depending on the level of the dose, but you should feel the effects within 30 to 60 minutes. For long term sustainable effect most will feel improvement in the first week and greater results after 3 to 4 weeks.
  • 7. Does CBD show up on a drug test?
    While employers conducting drug screenings do not test for CBD metabolites, they almost certainly test for THC. CBD itself should not trigger a positive drug test. However, THC can be at low level (0.3% or less) in full-spectrum CBD, there is a chance that a person could test positive in a drug screening after taking certain CBD products. Federal law legalized products with 0.3% or less THC.
  • 8. Is Hemp legal?
    Hemp has been removed from the schedule 1 substance list with 2018 Farm Bill making it an ordinary farm crop like wheat and corn. Hemp-derived CBD products are legal if the product contains no more than 0.3% THC.
  • 9. What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?
    The difference between the two plants are that one of them has an intoxicating effect (marijuana) and the other does not (hemp). Both types of plants contain levels of CBD and THC, but hemp grown in the United States legally can not contain more than 0.3% THC while marijuana contains between 15% to 25% THC.
  • 10. Can you get high on hemp?
    Hemp must contain 0.3% or less THC. This minuscule amounts of THC are non-intoxicating and won't make you feel high. The cannabinoids are what make you feel relaxed and focused.
  • 11. What is hemp oil?
    Hemp Oil is the essential oil produced from the leaves, flowers, and stems of the hemp plant. Hemp oil can be extracted using either mechanical (press) and solvent (CO2) processes. The oil extracts from the hemp plant are phytocannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids found naturally in hemp plants.
  • 12. Is hemp oil the same as CBD oil?
    Hemp oil can be both hemp extract oil, also known as CBD oil, or hemp seed oil, which contains only small amounts of CBD. The benefits of CBD are hemp extracts made from the leaves and stems of the hemp plant rather than the seeds.
  • 13. How is Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil Extracted?
    Carbon dioxide (CO2) extraction is excellent at isolating cannabinoids from hemp plant, which allow the ability to derive high concentration of CBD, but also other compounds like cannabigerol (CBG), cannabichromene (CBC), and cannabinoid (CBN). Alcohol extraction is used to extract a wide variety of compounds, like terpenes, flavonoids, and more, each with its own beneficial properties for health and wellness.
  • 14. Can you travel with CBD products?
    You can travel with CBD products as long as the product contains 0.3% or less THC in accordance with federal law. To ensure your products conform, you can check out the certificates of analysis information on purity.
  • 15. Is it legal to send CBD in the US mail or Small Parcel providers?
    It is legal to send and receive CBD products within the United States, according to the Farm Bill of 2018. Check with your state and local laws to make sure CBD is legal in your area.
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