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What are the Benefits of CBD?

Potential benefits include Pain Relief, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-psychotic Effects, Reduces Anxiety, Relieves Nausea, May Manage Seizures, and Other Neurological Disorders, May Lower Incidence of Diabetes, Promotes Cardiovascular Health.

 

Where does CBD Come from?

CBD is extracted and separated from specific varieties of cannabis, often known as hemp. Chemically, CBD is one of 100+ chemical substances known as cannabinoids, which are all found in the cannabis plant. CBD is typically the most abundant compound in hemp, representing up to 40% of the plant. Because our oils are extracted from hemp, you might hear this type of product referred to in a few ways: CBD-rich hemp oil, hemp-derived CBD oil, CBD-rich cannabis oil, or full spectrum hemp extracts. CBD oil is unique from typical hempseed oil sold cheaply in the grocery store because CBD hemp oil is an extraction of all aerial parts of the hemp plant, instead of only the seeds. This method of extraction produces a nutritionally robust oil.

 

How much CBD should I take?

Dosing CBD is a relatively inexact science since everybody metabolizes differently. Our recommended serving size is one full dropper daily. Some people experience the best CBD effects at a lower dose than this, and some experience the best effects at a higher dose. Start by using the recommended dose, and adjust as needed.

 

Will CBD get me high?

No. Unlike THC, CBD does not cause a high. CBD is an advantageous daily staple item since there are minimal side effects.

 

Does CBD contain THC? Will I fail a drug test?

Most CBD products contain trace amounts of THC, less than 0.3% which is the federally allowable legal limit. This ingredient may cause a false positive on certain drug tests. Exercise caution when using any CBD products.

 

How Does CBD Work?

More research is needed to figure out the total effects this compound has on our bodies. Studies have shown the existence of a system of cell receptors in your body, called the endocannabinoid system (ECs), which spreads throughout the connective tissues and even into your organs. The cannabis family of plants contains compounds which interact specifically with this system and provide nutritional and therapeutic value that is unavailable to most other plants.