What is CBD?

CBD short for Cannabidiol is one of many cannabis derived compounds that is extracted from the Hemp plant, but does not make people feel “high” or stoned.” CBD has been making quite a buzz among scientists, healthcare professionals, and medical patients lately for its range of therapeutic benefits as a potential natural/alternative medicine.

How can CBD be taken?

CBD can be taken through numerous forms. Today, there is a wide range of CBD products including:
CBD oils/tinctures (under the tongue)
CBD Edibles (ingestion)
CBD Topicals (Lotions, Salves, balms)
CBD Pills (tablets, gel caps)
CBD Vaporizing (inhalation)
CBD Skin Patches (transdermal)

Is CBD Legal?

Please check your state laws and regulations on the usage of CBD and/or other Cannabis products. No medical marijuana card is required to buy or use hemp-derived CBD products.

What is the difference between CBD Isolate, Broad Spectrum and Full Spectrum?

CBD Isolate is simply one compound, Cannabidiol, extracted from Hemp. No other cannabinoids included and it is 100% THC FREE. The main difference between full spectrum and broad spectrum is that full spectrum extracts may contain trace amounts of THC (under 0.3%), while broad spectrum extracts have the delta-9 THC removed.

Will you fail a drug test after using CBD?

Please know that generally speaking, there IS THC present in CBD Hemp Oil Products that are made with Full Spectrum or Broad Spectrum so it IS possible for someone to fail a drug test, as different types of drug tests have different detection thresholds. If your job depends on it, we would recommend you use THC-FREE products ONLY! THC-FREE products are those that are made with CBD Isolate.

What is CBG?

CBG, short forcannabigerol, is essentially the “parent” cannabinoid, and a precursor to other well known cannabinoids like THC and CBD. CBG is currently being researched in the cannabis space due to its beneficial properties.