Is your CBD extract sourced from hemp or marijuana?
Our broad-spectrum CBD is a cannabinoid-rich extract derived from the Cannabis sativa L. plant grown in accordance with federal and state laws. It is non-addictive, non-psychoactive, and THC-free.
Where is your hemp grown?
We source our hemp in the CO, United States, from an ISO 9001 Certified CBD Manufacturer.
Is your CBD tested in 3rd Party Labs?
Yes, we only source our CBD from trusted suppliers who test each batch for residual solvents, heavy metals, pesticides, microbials, and cannabinoids. Additionally, we send each batch we manufacture to our own third-party testing for yeast and mould, as well as CBD and THC levels, in order to ensure high-quality, legal products. You can review batch results on each product page.
Are there documents available which guarantee that your products are THC free?
Yes, we test for CBD and THC levels —as well as toxins —in order to ensure high-quality, legal products.
Will this product show up on a THC drug test?
No! Our THC-free hemp extract is derived from the Cannabis sativa L. hemp plant. This product will not get you high or cause you to fail a THC drug test. * THC-free means that the product contains less than 0.0% of THC. By law, no product can contain more than 0.3% THC, a negligible trace amount.
Are your products all natural?
Some of our products are 100% natural, while others are made of primarily natural ingredients. You can review each product label for a complete list of our ingredients.
Is CBD oil legal?
CBD is legal at the federal level and in most states with varying degrees of restrictions. The laws are constantly revised. Be sure to check the restrictions in your state before purchasing CBD.
Why is CBD non-addictive?
CBD does not bind to the receptors in the body responsible for psychoactivity, therefore it is not a habit-forming substance. As of April 2020, there is no evidence of withdrawal symptoms from CBD.
What's the maximum safe dose of CBD oil?
CBD isn’t currently regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and there are no official recommended dosages. Start with a small dosage of CBD and increase slowly until you reach your desired effect. Your ideal dosage of CBD depends on a lot of factors, like your body weight, body chemistry, the condition you’re treating, and the concentration of CBD in the product you’re using.
What is premium pure CBD oil?
Premium Pure CBD Oil is formulated with CBD-rich extract from the Cannabis sativa L. hemp plant that is organically grown & harvested in the USA; therefore the risk of chemicals, fertilizers, and other toxins are significantly low.
Can you fail a drug test due to cbd?
If the product contains no THC, you cannot fail a drug test due to CBD alone. Some CBD products do not contain any THC – these are known as CBD Isolate or Broad Spectrum CBD. That said, full spectrum CBD products contain trace amounts of THC. Legally, retail stores are not allowed to sell CBD products that contain more than 0.3% THC. This legal amount of CBD is too low to cause anyone to have psychoactive effects or cause anyone to fail a drug test from normal use. In fact, CBDMEDIC products are not transdermal, meaning they do not enter the bloodsteam. Therefore, you do not have to worry.
What is CBD oil made from?
CBD oil is made by extracting CBD from the Cannabis sativa L. plant, then diluting it with a carrier oil like olive or hemp seed oil. It’s gaining momentum in the health and wellness world.
What is hemp seed extract?
Hemp seeds are the seeds of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa. However, they contain only trace amounts of THC and CBD, if any at all. Hemp seeds are exceptionally nutritious and rich in healthy fats, protein and various minerals.
Does CBD oil get you high?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid, a natural compound found in cannabis and hemp. CBD doesn’t cause a euphoric “high” feeling like it’s close cousin, THC. Many people choose CBD over THC in order to avoid that “in the clouds” feeling.
Is hemp oil as good as CBD oil?
If you’re looking to use CBD oil for it’s potential therapeutic value, hemp seed oil will not provide those same benefits—although it does happen to be a very good source of protein and essential fatty acids (omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9).
Is there a difference between CBD oil and hemp oil?
Yes. CBD oil is made from the leaves, flowers and stalks of the hemp plant—the only parts of the plant where cannabidiol is found. Hemp oil, or hemp seed oil, is made from hemp seeds, meaning there is little to no CBD content.
What is the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil?
CBD oil is extracted from the the hemp plant’s flowers, leaves, stems, and stalk — everything but the seed. CBD extract is usually combined with a carrier oil like hemp seed oil or olive oil to make it more palatable to make it an ideal vehicle for topical products. Hemp seed oil is a nutrient-rich extract derived from the seeds of the hemp plant, which contains no cannabinoids, including CBD and THC. However, it contains a high-nutritional value; including ample protein and omega fatty acids. Hence it is a popular ingredient in health foods and cosmetics. CBD oil is extracted from cannabis flowers from industrial hemp.
How long do the effects of CBD oil last for?
Generally, CBD topical effects can be felt within 15–20 minutes and can last up to 6 hours.
What forms does CBD come in?
CBD can be taken in a variety of ways. You can get it as an oil, tincture, vaporizer, gummy, capsule, or combined in a topical cream, ointment, massage oil, or patch.
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Can you overdose on CBD?
No, there is no evidence to support that anyone could overdose on CBD.
Is CBD a drug?
CBD’s classification is in limbo between federal, state, and regulary red tape. After the 2018 farm bill passed, which legalised the growth, sale, and interstate transport of hemp and its derivatives; CBD entered a gray area. First, it was removed from the list of schedule 1 controlled substances, as long as it was derived from the legalised industrial hemp plant (Cannabis sativa L.), which can legally contain no more than 0.3% THC. In the same year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the drug Epidiolex to treat Dravet syndrome, a rare seizure disorder. Since Epidiolex contains the active ingredient, CBD, the FDA now considers it a “drug ingredient,” however drugs must go through substantial trials that can take up to 10 years before they are allowed to market their products as “drugs.” The FDA is in the current stage of collecting research in order to meet the public demand for the products for therapeutic value.
Will CBD oil show up on a drug test?
It should not, as long as you’re buying third-party tested CBD with no added THC. We use broad-spectrum CBD, which does not contain THC. Furthermore, since our products are not transdermal (they do not pass through the skin to the bloodstream), you can rest assured that using our products does not present a risk for failing a THC drug test.
How does CBD work?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 100 cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, which can play a role in the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex cell-signaling regulatory system that contains a group of endogenous receptors located in the human (and mammalian animal) body throughout the central and peripheral nervous system. It consists of natural occurring cannabinoids in the body and cannabinoid receptors, primarily CB1 and CB2, which fit together like a lock and key to promote homeostasis in the body—as well as metabolic enzymes to break down the cannabinoids once the body gets what it needs from them. When a phytocannabinoid (plant-based cannabinoid) is introduced to the body, it unlocks the receptors to help send signals throughout the body. More research is underway to pinpoint CBD’s full effects on the body.