Frequently Asked Questions

Will the products get me high? Is there THC in them?

The answer is no, none of the products listed on our website have THC in them!

Is CBD Legal?

Yes! The Hemp Farming Act of 2018 was a proposed law to remove hemp (defined as cannabis with less than 0.3% THC) from Schedule I controlled substances and making it an ordinary agricultural commodity. This became law on December 20, 2018 making hemp legal nationwide.

Will CBD Products make me fail a drug test?

No! We make all of our products with Full Spectrum CBD distillates and isolates that have had all traces of THC removed so they are not detected at all within our products. This is not the case with all CBD, as you are only required to have less than .3% THC in products to be legal.

Most drug tests screen for the psychoactive compound THC, not cannabidiol (CBD). However, some hemp extracts (not ours) may contain trace amounts of THC, so could cause a positive result when screening urine and blood specimens, especially when taken at high doses.

Are there any side effects from ingesting THC?

CBD can sometimes cause fatigue, dry mouth, diarrhea, changes to appetite and changes to weight. We have never experienced an adverse reaction but if for some reason you have an allergic reaction please cease use and contact your physician.

Will CBD interact with my other medications?

Low doses of CBD less than 150mg per day it is highly unlikely that significant interactions will occur. However there is always a possibility at higher doses this could happen. Check with your physician if you have any concerns.

How does CBD interact with my body on a biological level?

Our body has an endocannabinoid system that is an integral part of our neuro-immuno-endocrine network. This is the system of organ and tissue signaling in the human body that sends and receives chemical messages and is affects for many aspects of human health including mood, pain, inflammation, stress response and immune function.

Our bodies produce their own cannabinoids which are called endocannabinoids. A “phytocannabinoid” or plant-derived cannabinoid like CBD or THC can activate the same receptors in the body and have similar or stronger effects than our endocannabinoids. This is similar to how morphine derived from the poppy plant can reduce pain by activating the body’s endorphin receptors.