FAQ

  • What is CBD?
    • Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the over 100 chemical compounds found in hemp plants called cannabinoids. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoids with numerous beneficial properties. CBD directly binds with the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) which help regulate:
      • Sleep
      • Appetite
      • Immune
      • Pleasure
      • Pain
      • Inflammation
      • and more
  • What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?
    • Both hemp and marijuana are from the "cannabis" plant species. Hemp is cannabis that contains a THC (the popular psychoactive cannabinoid) content of less than 0.3% and higher CBD content. Marijuana contains high levels of THC content (20-30%) and very little CBD.
  • What is difference between isolate, broad spectrum, and full spectrum?
    • Isolate
      • Pure Cannabidiol (CBD) created by further processing hemp oil and removing all other molecules. What is left is a white powder contains zero THC.
    • Full Spectrum
      • A hemp oil created from full plant extract. Includes all natural cannabinoids present, fatty acids, and terpenes. All compounds work together to create what is called the Entourage Effect.
    • Broad Spectrum
      • The same as Full Spectrum but with all trace amounts of THC removed.
  • Is CBD legal?
    • Short answer: Yes
    • In the United States, CBD is federally legal when derived from industrial hemp containing less than 0.3% THC.