FAQs

What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-intoxicating component of the cannabis plant—one of many cannabinoids that works with our Endocannabinoid System to promote homeostasis.
What are the effects of CBD?
Unlike THC, the effects of CBD do not get users high, an important distinction that has helped drive the popularity of this natural compound. Traditional (prescription medications) tend to focus on symptoms and mask the root of the problem. CBD promotes the body’s natural response to address the root cause of those symptoms and creates a more balanced state for all of our body’s systems.
How do I dose CBD?
We always recommend taking it low and slow. Everyone is different. Some people need more while others need less to feel results. Whether taking sublingual drops, gummies, softgels, or capsules, a good rule of thumb is to take 10-15mg of CBD, and then increase as needed to 25mg-50mg depending on the results you are trying to achieve. Regular and continued use is ideal—enabling your Endocannabinoid System (ECS) to help rebalance systems of the body. You cannot overdose and you won’t get addicted (CBD is non-psychoactive). The worst that can happen if you take too much is that you might get sleepy.
Do your products contain THC?
We carry a wide range of full spectrum hemp-derived CBD products that contain less than .3% of THC, as well broad spectrum and isolates that contain no THC.
What happens if I am drug tested?
When using CBD products that are full spectrum (containing trace amounts of THC under .3%), there is a possibility that you could test positive for THC. If you are concerned about testing positive on a drug test, we highly recommend using hemp-derived CBD products that are an isolate or broad spectrum (no THC).