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Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds found in the Cannabis sativa plant (including legal, industrial hemp).
The most well known are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), while minor cannabinoids gaining popularity include cannabigerol (CBG), cannabichromene (CBC), cannabinol (CBN).
CBD stands for Cannabidiol, which is a naturally occurring non-psychoactive (meaning it does not produce any mind-altering effects) cannabinoid found in the hemp plant, cannabis sativa.
CBD is fast becoming the most researched and studied cannabinoid due to its well-known therapeutic effects. Hemp contains a variety of natural cannabinoids that interact with our bodies via the endocannabinoid system (ECS), a part of our central nervous system, which helps regulate everything from pain and inflammation to anxiety and sleeplessness!
The optimal dose of CBD depends on your weight and the potency of the oil you’re using. Learn how to find the perfect dose using the CBD dosage calculator provided below, courtesy of DailyCBD.com.
We do all of our testing with New Blooms Labs and make our lab results available 24/7 online via links/QR codes, on each of our products. These Certificate of Analysis (COA) reports are extremely important to look for when buying CBD products, as you have no idea what might be (or not be) in a product.
The World Health Organization (WHO) published a report showing that CBD doesn’t contain any adverse health effects and is well tolerated in both animals and humans.
Despite the excellent safety profile of CBD, we recommend speaking to your doctor and/or pharmacist before you start taking CBD as drug interactions are possible.
Yes, industrial hemp-derived CBD that contains 0.3% or less THC is completely legal in all 50 states. With the passage of the Farm Bill in December 2018 CBD was federally legalized throughout the United States.
Anyone taking industrial hemp-derived CBD should be aware that even a miniscule amount of THC present in any full-spectrum CBD product (0.3% or less) could show up in a drug test. Unless specifically labeled "THC-Free", our CBD products are made from the entire hemp plant and does contain trace amounts of THC.
No, CBD does not get you high! THC, another native cannabinoid, binds to a cannabinoid receptor in your brain that triggers the psychoactive effects of cannabis.