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  • What is CBD?
    CBD is short for cannabidiol, one of many compounds in a cannabis plant. Unlike THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), another cannabinoid, CBD does not make you high. Many people use it as a natural and safer alternative to pharmaceuticals.
  • What is THC?
    THC is short for Tetrahydrocannabinol. It is a psychoactive compound in a cannabis plant, which gives you the feeling of being high.
  • What’s the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?
    Hemp and Marijuana come from the same plant. They look the same, smell the same and taste the same. The difference is that hemp contains a higher percentage of CBD and no more than 0.3 percent of THC. Any cannabis plant with a higher level of THC is considered marijuana.
  • What is the difference between Hemp Oil and Hemp Seed Oil?
    Hemp oil is extracted from leaves, stalks and flowers of the hemp plant and is rich in CBD. Hempseed oil is made from cannabis seeds and contains no CBD. The confusion is caused by the fact that some manufacturers refer to “hemp seed oil” as “hemp oil.” To avoid any marketing traps, check the product label. Look for references to “CBD,” “cannabidiol,” or “full-spectrum hemp extract.” If none are listed, it is most likely hempseed oil.
  • Is CBD and Hemp Extract the same?
    NO. CBD is one of the main compounds in a hemp extract, but its percentage varies. It can be as low as 20% or as high as 80%. Therefore, if CBD concentration is not specifically listed, a 1000mg hemp extract might only contain 300mg of CBD.
  • What is the difference between Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum and Isolate?"
    Full Spectrum CBD contains most of the naturally occurring compounds in a cannabis plant, such as terpenes and other cannabinoids, including up to 0.3% THC (the legally allowed amount). Broad Spectrum CBD contains most of the naturally occurring compounds but no THC. The Isolate contains only CBD.
  • What is an Entourage Effect?
    CBD is only one of the over 100 compounds in a hemp plant. Other compounds include other cannabinoids and terpenes, each with its unique properties and benefits. Working in synergy with each other, these compounds enhance each other’s properties. This is known as the “entourage effect.”
  • What is a COA and why is it important?
    A Certificate of Analysis (COA) is prepared by a third-party lab and tells you exactly what’s inside the product. It confirms the amount of CBD and other cannabinoids and shows whether there are any chemicals, solvents or pesticides in it. Think of a cannabis plant as a sponge – it absorbs everything from nutrients to heavy metals. That’s why many cheaper products contain contaminants from the soil. To ensure that you are consuming high quality CBD, only buy from companies that are transparent about their product.
  • How does CBD work?
    CBD works by interacting with the endocannabinoid system – a complex network of cell receptors and neurotransmitters in our bodies responsible for regulating mood, sleep, metabolism, immune response, nerve function and much more. Normally, our body produces its own cannabinoids, which help keep our internal functions run smoothly. However, sometimes, our body gets out of balance. CBD helps restore the balance by stimulating the endocannabinoid system, which results in the production of more cannabinoids and slows down the breakdown of the existing ones.
  • How to choose the best CBD product?
    What determines the value (and price) of a CBD product is its potency and quality. Here’s a quick checklist to make sure you are getting your money’s worth: The product is made from hemp oil, not hempseed oil. The label clearly indicates the amount of CBD, not just hemp oil. A Certificate of Analysis (COA) from a third-party lab is available AND it confirms the information on the label. The COA shows that the product contains no traces of chemicals, pesticides or heavy metals.
  • What is your return policy?
    If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase, you may request a full refund on the purchase price within 30 days. Customer is responsible for return shipping costs. Product must be returned to receive a refund. Once product is received a refund will be issued.
  • How much CBD should I take?
    The amount of CBD you need and how frequently you take it depends on a number of factors, such as your weight, the individual effect that it has on your body, and the specific purpose that you are taking it for. If you are new to CBD, it is best to start with a low dose, observe the effect it has on your body, and increase as necessary.
  • What are the health benefits of CBD?
    FDA prohibits producers and distributors of CBD products from making any statements about therapeutic or medicinal properties of hemp. However, there is a growing number of clinical trials, scientific research and educational information from reputable sources available in print and online, which we encourage you to explore.
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