Frequently Asked Questions
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the hemp plant. CBD is not intoxicating (it won’t make you “high” or “stoned”).
Both are products derived from the cannabis plant, containing cannabinoids and terpenes. One distinct difference is that medical marijuana contains strains producing much higher levels of THC. Hemp, in contrast, produces much higher levels of CBD. Additionally, hemp is mostly grown outdoors whereas medical marijuana is mostly cultivated indoors. Everyone benefits from getting to know their endocannabinoid system via self-assessment and monitoring what is most effective.
Any living thing with a vertebrae has an endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a network of receptors spread throughout the entire body (e.g. the brain, central nervous system, organs, blood, etc.) that control some of our most vital life functions, including our immune system, memory, appetite, sleep patterns, mood and pain sensation.
No. CBD will not get you high nor does it have any psychoactive properties.
Drug tests do not screen for CBD but do screen for THC. Legal hemp-derived CBD products contain less than 0.3% THC, not enough to be detected on a drug test. However, depending on dose and body composition, there is a chance it could show up.
Yes. The TSA has updated their policy regarding hemp derived CBD. Travelers are permitted to carry hemp derived CBD in both carry-on luggage and checked baggage. Remember to check tsa.gov before you travel for specific information.
A TPLR and/or COA is important to consider when purchasing a hemp CBD product. The report gives specific, validated information regarding a variety of attributes of the product; such as: potency (cannabinoid and terpene profile), heavy metals, pesticides, mycotoxins and residual solvents. This information is useful in determining the safety and quality of the product. We’re very proud to offer ours here.