FOR THE HEMP-CURIOUS

FAQs

CBD, or Cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid found in hemp that has many soothing, restorative, and invigorating benefits without the psychoactive effects generally associated with THC.

CBG, or Cannabigerol, is a cannabinoid found in hemp that can produce a restorative effect. CBGa or cannabigerolic acid, is the parent molecule from which other cannabinoids are synthesized. CBG is believed to bind to certain endocannabinoid receptors in the brain that mitigate anxiety and pain.

Cannabinoids are compounds found in the cannabis plant. There are at least 144 different cannabinoids that have been identified, including THC, CBD and CBG. Each cannabinoid produces different effects.

Our organically grown, pesticide-free hemp is legal in all 50 states and requires no prescription or medical card to purchase. In fact, CBD Oil/Hemp Oil is legal in most countries in the world as long as it contains low or, in some countries, untraceable concentrations of the cannabinoid THC.

Our CBD oil is broad-spectrum, which means that our products contain all the cannabinoids that are found in the cannabis plant (more than 100 different kinds) except for THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid that is federally illegal.

In a broad-spectrum CBD product like our vapes or tinctures, the cannabinoids work together to become more effective, therefore these broad-spectrum products often provide heightened relief compared to a CBD isolate.

All of our products contain less than 0.3% of Delta-9 THC and are non-psychoactive. However, natural wellness products like hemp may affect each person differently. You may experience physical “body highs” or cerebral effects like mood elevation from our products.  

Hemp flower is known to have calming or invigorating effects, which vary depending on strain. The power of hemp flower lies in what is known as the “entourage effect” where several cannabinoids work synergistically to heal the body. Hemp flower is usually smoked or used to extract CBD for oils.

Yes, hemp flower is where CBD comes from! Our hemp flower is bred to have increased levels of CBD. Hemp flower is full-spectrum, meaning it also contains trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%) and other cannabinoids such as CBG, CBN or Delta-8 THC. Smoking or vaping hemp flower is a great way to consume CBD if you want immediate effects since it is absorbed quickly into the lungs and has higher absorption rates than other forms of CBD like topicals.

The terms “indica” and “sativa” are physical characteristics of the plant, which are correlated to the effects that the plant produces. Each strain of our hemp flower falls into one of these categories.

Broad-leaf varietals of hemp, or “indica” plants, tend to produce more of a sedative effect, while narrow-leaf varietals, or “sativa” plants, tend to produce a more energetic, cerebral experience. Terpenes also play a huge role in the effects you can experience from a certain strain. Each of our strains comes with a COA that provides a full cannabinoid and terpene profile so you’ll be able to choose the right flower for you.

Terpenes are compounds produced by flowers and plants (like cannabis) to protect the plant. Different strains of hemp flower have different terpene profiles, which determine each strain’s distinct smell, taste, and effect.

Yes. Hemp flower is full-spectrum and contains trace amounts of Delta-9 THC, and consumption of any THC can cause you to fail a drug test. We do not recommend consuming hemp flower if you need to pass a cannabis drug test for employment. If you are worried about failing a drug test and still would like to consume CBD, consider a broad-spectrum product like our CBD Oil Tincture or Vape Cartridge.

Yes. Smell often determines hemp quality. Hemp with a stronger or more pungent smell is considered to be fresher and more effective. If you are worried about smell, consider purchasing a smell-proof container or try another hemp product such as our vape, which gives off very little smell.

Knowledge is power! If you have other questions not answered here, we recommend you visit the following site to learn more about CBD: http://www.projectcbd.org

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