Cannabidiol is the focus of many current medical studies. It is commonly abbreviated to CBD, and is one of the many active compounds present in industrial hemp. These active compounds are referred to as cannabinoids. CBD is the most dominant cannabinoid in hemp, constituting up to 40% of hemp extract. Unlike THC, it is non-psychoactive.
Yes. You might have heard that the only way to use these products is to live in a state that has legalized medical marijuana, but this simply isn’t true! Our CBD is extracted from federally legal hemp plants. You do not require a license or doctor’s note.
If any state legislation changes this standing, we will do our best to provide immediate updates.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not allow us to make medical claims regarding the benefits of our products beyond recommending them for general well-being. Definitely take the time to do some research for yourself.
If you are suffering from a disease or illness, or believe you are suffering from a disease or illness, it is best to consult your healthcare provider for advice.
Good question! Less reputable companies sell hemp seed oil claiming it is CBD oil, so it’s important to know the difference.
Hemp seed oil is made by pressing raw hemp seeds and collecting the liquid oil that is expelled. It is a good supplement and cooking additive. It does not have concentrated cannabinoids or terpenes.
Everybody responds differently to CBD, so the best approach is to try it out and adjust to find out what works best for you as an individual. It is recommended as one serving per day. Adjust according to your personal needs.
As always, consult your healthcare provider for medical advice.