FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is Hemp?

Hemp comes from the plant Cannabis Sativa and it cultivated specifically for industrial uses and has been used for over 10,000 years. In addition to cannabidiol (CBD), Hemp is used to create many different products. Hemp has low concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and high concentrations of CBD.

Is Hemp and CBD Legal?

With the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, Hemp was classified as an agricultural product and the plant, along with its derivatives including cannabidiol (CBD), were made legal nationwide. However, states and local jurisdictions are able to impose restrictions so we recommend checking with your local laws to determine legality.

What does Psychoactive mean?

A Psychoactive drug is defined as a drug that changes brain and nervous system function. Hemp derived cannabidiol (CBD) does not cause psychoactive effects.

What is Extraction?

Extraction is defined as the action of taking out something, and in the case of cannabidiol (CBD), extraction is the process of separating CBD from the plant.

What products have CBD?

There are many products now that contain CBD. These include, but are not limited to; CBD oil, capsules, vape oil cartridges, inhalers, coffee, chocolate, gummies, candy, food products, lotion, cream, soap, and dog treats.

What is CBD Infusion?

CBD infusion is the act of introducing CBD into another product or substance.

What methods of Extraction are used?

Although there are numerous ways to extract cannabidiol (CBD) from the plant, there are a few common methods used. The most common methods of extraction for CBD include CO2 extraction, ethanol extraction, and olive oil extraction.

Where is Hemp grown?

Numerous countries around the world grow Hemp. While China has been the largest exporter of Hemp, the United States and Europe is considered to have the best quality.

Are CBD products tested?

While there are no regulations currently for testing Hemp and CBD products, all of our products are tested by a 3rd party for purity and potency and come with a certificate of analysis (COA). Buyers must be careful purchasing these products from sites such as Amazon and eBay as many sellers do not conduct adequate testing.

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