Frequently Asked Questions About CBD
1. Does CBD get you high?
Absolutely not, in order to be legally considered hemp, the hemp plant must contain less than 0.3% THC. THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the psychoactive chemical compound found in cannabis. The 0.3% amount of THC is negligible and cannot produce a high. In fact, CBD is known to counteract the psychoactive properties of THC.
2. Where are your hemp plants grown?
Domestically grown in Colorado and Kentucky using organic farming methods.
3. What extraction method do you use? Why?
We use CO2 extraction because this process creates a pure, clean, and quality oil that does not use toxic solvents. It is the cleanest and safest method for extracting plants such as hemp.
4. What do you recommend for my particular ailment, symptom, etc.?
Since we are not doctors, we cannot diagnose, prescribe, treat or cure any diseases. Due to FDA regulations, we cannot make claims about whether our products can help with specific ailments. Our CBD products are regulated as a food supplement for your health and well-being.
5. How much CBD should I take each day?
We suggest starting out with the recommended serving on the bottle each day. CBD works differently in different bodies. CBD is meant to build up in your body, so after the first week or two, we hope you will start to see the results you're looking for. If not, that's ok! The following week try doubling up your serving and go from there.
6. Will I test positive for a drug test?
We cannot guarantee you will pass a drug test while taking any CBD products. Our CBD products have less than .3% THC content in them which makes it very unlikely for it to result in a failed drug test, however, it can also depend on the kind of drug test that is administered, and some are more thorough than others. If your job depends on passing a drug test, we recommend speaking with your HR department about these products before purchasing.
7. How does CBD oil work?
Our bodies make cannabinoids similar to CBD and THC. Cannabinoids target receptors in our brain and body to simulate cells and encourage healing. CBD is an adaptogen, meaning it will seek out what your body is in need of and help fix it.
8. Will CBD interact with my medication(s)?
We always recommend consulting your physician before starting a new food supplement if you are taking other medications.
9. How is your manufacturing process audited and monitored?
Our laboratory is GMP and FDA compliant and is certified as a Michigan food processing facility. We also batch test all our products at multiple prestigious 3rd party labs to ensure the quality and efficacy of our products.
10. Do your products contain THC?
Our vapes are isolate based and contain no THC. Our tinctures are full spectrum and have under 0.3% THC which is the legal limit for industrial hemp products.
11. Are your products certified organic?
The USDA is now open to certifying hemp as organic but like many things in the government, the process is slow and faltering. Our raw material sources are all rigorously working on becoming certified now that the criteria are established. That being said, all of the hemp raw materials that we work with are grown organically, they just aren’t certified yet.
12. How long will my products last?
You can find out how long your product will last by locating the nutritional facts on the product’s label and by then checking the servings per container amount. The products may last longer or less than this based on how much product you are using each day.
13. Why is my vape oil turning pink or purple?
Coconut and/or MCT oil contains naturally occurring variations in levels of antioxidants, such as polyphenols, that can turn pink. All our MCT oil is clear when bottled; however, some bottles turn pink or purple with time when the antioxidants interact with light and/or oxygen. This does not change the quality or effectiveness of our oils. In fact, it verifies the high quality of our MCT oil.
14. Vape Info:
For the kush terpenes: the ingredients are extracted from various natural essential oils: Linalool (from bois de rose), alpha-pinene (from pine), beta-ocimene (from basil), caryophyllene oxide (from pine) and terpineol (from pine).
For the citrus terpenes: D-Limonene (from lemon), Myrcene (from tangerine), b-pinene (from lemon), terpineol (from tangerine).
For the mint terpenes: alpha-pinene (from pine), beta-pinene (from lemon), l-limonene (from peppermint), eucalyptol (from eucalyptus), menthol (from peppermint), menthone (from spearmint).