Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Hemp has been selectively bred to produce no more than 0.3% THC. The Federal government does not consider hemp a Schedule I drug due to the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill.

Broad spectrum CBD contains a variety of cannabis compounds, excluding THC, making it a THC-free option while still offering the potential benefits of other cannabinoids and terpenes. Full spectrum CBD includes all naturally occurring compounds in the cannabis plant, including trace amounts of THC, believed to work together synergistically for enhanced therapeutic effects in what’s known as the entourage effect.

Studies have shown CBD to have anti-inflammatory properties and many potential benefits. New research is constantly being done on using CBD to treat stress, anxiety, sleep regulation, and many other conditions.

No. Of the ~hundred cannabinoids, CBD and THC are the two most commonly known. THC is the cannabinoid that produces a psychotropic effect – “getting high.” CBD does not have this psychotropic effect, and is mildly psychoactive.

Generally, no; however, due to the trace amounts of THC that can be present, certain factors such as dosage, frequency, and the timing between last use and test can result in a positive result.

The effects of cannabis products vary based on factors like product type, dosage, and individual tolerances. Smoking offers quick effects, while edibles and topicals may take longer. Certain products, like those for sleep regulation, can take hours or days to notice full effects. Individual uniqueness, such as chronic pain, can also influence the experience. For example, a person experiencing chronic pain will gauge the effects of a product differently from a person who doesn’t experience chronic pain.

At the scientific level, no. The two CBD molecules will look exactly the same under a microscope. The primary difference is the plant, as hemp has been selectively bred to produce less than 0.3% THC. As a result, the concentration of all cannabinoids in hemp is less than the concentration of cannabinoids in cannabis. To make a CBD product from hemp would require more plant matter than would be required to make a CBD product from cannabis.

New research is coming out that examines the potential benefits of using CBD as a daily vitamin. Early research is finding positive effects of CBD on immune system support and digestive system wellness.

Delta-8 THC, a hemp-derived cannabinoid, closely resembles Delta-9 THC found in cannabis, commonly referred to as THC. However, Delta-8 offers a milder psychoactive experience, described as a “euphoric high without the associated paranoia and anxiety associated with Delta-9.” From a scientific standpoint, the variation between Delta-8 and Delta-9 lies in the positioning of their double bond on the carbon chain, either on the 8th or 9th carbon atom. 

Functional mushrooms are a group of mushrooms used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine and other traditional healing practices. These mushrooms are known for their unique compounds and nutrients that provide various health benefits, such as boosting the immune system, reducing inflammation, and improving cognitive function.

Unlike common mushrooms found in grocery stores, functional mushrooms are not commonly consumed for their taste but instead for their health benefits. They can be found in various forms, including powders, extracts, and supplements.

Functional mushrooms offer a wide range of benefits due to their unique compounds and nutrients. Some common health benefits associated with functional mushrooms include boosting the immune system, reducing inflammation, improving cognitive function, and supporting overall well-being.

Herbal cigarette blends are a mixture of herbs that are rolled and smoked like traditional tobacco cigarettes. However, they do not contain any tobacco or nicotine. They can be made from various herbs, each with unique properties and potential health benefits.

No, herbal cigarette blends do not contain nicotine or any other addictive substances. They are a non-addictive alternative to traditional cigarettes and can provide a similar smoking experience without the negative health effects of tobacco and nicotine.

Yes, CBD is considered safe for pets. However, it is essential to consult with a veterinarian before giving your pet any new supplement or medication.

Studies have shown potential benefits of CBD for pets, such as reducing anxiety and stress, improving joint health and mobility, and promoting overall wellness. It may also help manage certain medical conditions in pets. However, more research is needed to fully understand the effects of CBD on animals.

Yes, various types of CBD products are available for pets, such as oils, treats, and topicals. Each type may have a different method of delivery and dosage instructions, so it is important to carefully read and follow the product label for your pet’s safety and effectiveness.

weight, size, and the specific product being used. It is important to consult with a veterinarian before giving your pet any CBD products and to carefully follow the dosage instructions provided by the manufacturer.

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