Information about CBD

CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol which is one of the most abundant cannabinoids
in federally legal hemp plants. CBD is a white powder in its purest form but very prone
to thermal and photo induced degradation/oxidation. This is the reason CBD products
are recommended to be stored in a cool, dark place in a sealed container.
CBD binds to CB2 receptors that are found all over our body.

Can CBD get you high?

CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, meaning it does not get you high. However,
some CBD products are full spectrum and broad spectrum. Full spectrum CBD contains
all the cannabinoids, including less than or equal to 0.3% of delta-9-THC. Broad
spectrum on the other hand contains most of the cannabinoids but delta-9-THC. In other
words, these products contain other cannabinoids and, therefore, despite the small
amount, some people can get high depending on the tolerance of the particular
compound(s) and the amount of consumption.

Does CBD show up on a drug test?

Regular urine drug test seeking delta-9-THC is unlikely to detect any CBD or metabolite
thereof. However, as mentioned above, some CBD products contain delta-9-THC and
isomers/analogues thereof and those compounds can be detected. If you are
anticipating THC drug tests, the best bet is to use products formulated with pure CBD
(isolate) or just avoid all together.

Is CBD legal?

CBD is federally legal if it is derived from hemp plants that are the 2018 Farm Bill
compliant. Although CBD is not listed as a controlled substance, the laws and
regulations in this area is perpetuary changing and vary greatly from state to state.
Please double check the most up-to-date laws and regulations in your local jurisdiction
before purchasing any CBD products.

Are your CBD products tested?

Our CBD products are tested by certified third-party labs to ensure reliability of the results and
quality assurance.

Is CBD safe for pets?

There is no apparent evidence that CBD can harm common pets like dogs and cats. There are
CBD pet products specifically formulated for animals as well. However, certain products may
contain other substances that can be toxic to certain species. For example, CBD products
containing PG (propylene glycol) would be harmful for felines.