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Frequently Asked Questions About CBD

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol or CBD is a compound derived from a cannabis plant that has been specifically grown as hemp. Meaning the hemp type of cannabis has been grown for industrial uses such as oils and topical ointments, as well as fiber for clothing, construction, and much more. The hemp plant that CBD is extracted from is very low in the psychoactive compound THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). Hemp and CBD do not get you “high”. We are using CBD products for its array of significant medical and therapeutic benefits. Just to name a few those include pain relief, improved mood, seizures, anxiety, insomnia, arthritis and nerve inflammation.

Is CBD Legal?

Yes, it is in all 50 states. Our products have been tested and found by an outside independent laboratory to contain 0% THC. As long as the CBD product contains less than 0.3% THC, it is classified as hemp under federal law (2014 Farm Bill) and is therefore legal to possess and distribute.

How Much CBD should I Take?

Before starting any new health supplement, you should consult with your physician about medication interactions, allergies and dosing guidelines. The general information we can recommend is starting at a dosage between 10-25 milligrams unless otherwise directed. Your body’s metabolism of CBD is affected by things such as age, weight and gender. Factors that are very important to each and every specific individual’s consumption of CBD.

Does CBD Get Me High?

No, CBD- E liquids will not give you the psychoactive feeling of being “high”. That affect is from THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and our products contain 0% THC.

Will Vaping CBD E-Liquids Cause Me Fail A Drug Test?

No, vaping CBD E-Liquids will not make you fail a drug test. The psychoactive compound THC is what drug tests look for.

How Long Does CBD Stay In Your System?

CBD stays in your system for about 3-5 days, but the effects can last anywhere from about 3-6 hours. Depending on dosage and other individual factors such as age, weight and gender.

What is the Difference Between Hemp & Marijuana?

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