Frequently asked questions
What is CBD?
CBD is a cannabinoid derived from hemp that works by regulating our body’s endocannabinoid system. This biological system is responsible for our stress and anxiety levels, memory, sleep patterns, pains and inflammations, among other essential physical and emotional processes that maintain a balance. The benefits of CBD have shown to increase with regular use and are adaptive to our body’s needs and deficiencies. Think of your body like a machine. Your body is a machine. You have the motherboard which is the brain. You have the immune system which is like a filtration system. And you have the endocannabinoids to help maintain these systems.
What can CBD do for you?
If I am new to CBD, which products should I start with?
Is CBD legal?
The passing of the 2018 United States Farm Bill allows US farmers to legally grow and sell industrial hemp. With this, we can now study, manufacture, sell, and consume products created with industrial hemp and less than .3% THC.
How much CBD should I take?
We recommend starting with a low dose and increasing the number of milligrams of CBD until you find your perfect match. Please always refer to the dosage instructions for each product and consult your medical care provider when necessary.
How long until I feel the effects of CBD?
CBD will affect each individual differently depending on factors like our unique body chemistry, frequency of use, and amount of CBD or dosage. The effects of CBD can be felt more immediately when ingested sublingually and are best consumed alongside a fat carrier, like MCT oil.
Do any of the products contain THC?
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), one of the cannabis plant’s most predominant cannabinoids alongside CBD and marijuana’s primary cannabinoid, may be present in products at the legal amount of .3% or less. Our products range from having 0% THC to 0.3% at most.
Will I feel psychotropic effects from using CBD?
While CBD is psychoactive, meaning it affects our central nervous system, it does not produce the same mind-altering psychotropic effects as the cannabinoid, THC.