What is CBD?
Where Does CBD Come From?
Most people aren’t researchers, so we'll keep this as straightforward as possible. CBD stands for Cannabidiol (Can-a-bid-i-ol). Yes, this is the "magic" acronym you've heard so much about. CBD is from a class of molecules called cannabinoids. And if you want to get technical, these molecules are in the plant genus Cannabis Sativa L. CBD is a non-psychoactive component of the plant that possesses a wide range of benefits — and unlike THC, it doesn’t get you high. You might be shocked to learn that our very own bodies are made up of an endocannabinoid system and use cannabinoids to help maintain the health of cells.
What is CBD Oil?
As mentioned above, CBD oil comes from cannabis plants. These plants have high levels of CBD, but low levels of THC (less than 0.3%). The extracted oil can then be mixed with other oils such as medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil, which helps to improve the bioavailability and shelf life of CBD.
How Is It Made?
We use solvent-free CO2 extraction. This is a fancy way of saying we use the CO2 from the air to extract the oils. While it requires expensive specialized machinery, CO2 extraction is the preferred method of making CBD products with safety and efficiency in mind.
How do I Store My CBD Oil? How long does it last?
Much like the hit 80’s movie “The Gremlins”, you should keep your CBD in cool dark areas, and keep it away from direct sunlight. The shelf life will be about 1 year with proper care.
Is CBD Oil Legal?
Yes. Hemp CBD is non-psychoactive, requires no prescription, no medical card, and is legal in all 50 states!
As for the rest of the world, CBD Oil/Hemp Oil is legal in most countries provided it contains low or untraceable amounts of THC.
How do I use it?
Our oils should be sprayed under the tongue and held for 30-60 seconds before swallowing. You can follow it up with a glass of water or any kind of juice.
Will I Fail A Drug Test If I Use CBD Oil?
Depends. Our full spectrum hemp oil contains the legal cannabinoid CBD. It’s important to note that It contains very small amounts (less than 0.3%) of THC that could potentially show up in a drug test due to a number of variables. Because different drug screens can be more sensitive than others, it’s best to not use full spectrum CBD if you must take a drug test.