Frequently Asked Questions

Instead of binding directly with cannabinoid receptors, CBD activates the TRPVI receptors along with the ECS to control important functions such as pain perception, body temperature, and inflammation.
CBD can also increase the amount of anandamide, also known as the “bliss molecule” in the body. Anandamide plays an important role in the neural generation of pleasure and motivation.

No, when talking about physical addiction (those seen in alcohol, cocaine, heroin, opiates, etc.). This means there are no physical withdrawal symptoms if you no longer wish to take CBD. CBD is even being studied as an aid to combat severe withdrawal symptoms, such as with opiates.
However, human beings can become addicted to many things that are not physically addicting, like social media, food, or exercise to name a few. If you use CBD daily, you may begin to feel some minor placebic symptoms when a dose is missed.

No, hemp and marijuana are both species within the Cannabis genus, however they are very different.
Hemp has low levels of THC and high levels of CBD. Hemp is grown and manufactured for rope, canvas, paper, clothing, and materials. The leaves and seeds are extremely nourishing, and the oils are used for pain relief and pain management.
Marijuana has high levels of THC and low levels of CBD. Marijuana flower buds and oils are used to achieve psychoactive effects and/or pain management.
Our products are all made with full spectrum hemp extract, hemp-derived cannabidiol isolate, and/or full spectrum cannabidiol nano isolate.

Most people do not experience any detrimental effects. The most common side effects include minor drowsiness and dry mouth.
Uncommon side effects include anxiety, diarrhea, nausea, and dizziness. There are no known cases of overdosing on CBD.

Though CBD sourced from natural hemp does not contain enough THC to cause the intoxicating effects of marijuana, it does contain trace amounts (<.3%). Some individuals may prefer these trace amounts be removed from their products, which is available through our CBD isolate based products.

Inhalation

  • Definition- Inhaled
  • directly into the lungs
  • Usage- Vaping, Smoking
  • Path- Lungs to bloodstream
  • Effect Time- Fast (approximately 5-15 minutes)

Orally

  • Definition- Consumed through the mouth
  • Usage- Capsules, Edibles, Drinks
  • Path- Salivary glands, entire stomach digestive process (liver, pancreas, stomach acids, etc.)
  • Effect Time- Slow (approximately 20-30 minutes)

Sublingually

  • Definition- Absorbed into the veins under the tongue
  • Usage- Tincture, Oil
  • Path- Salivary glands to varicose veins under the tongue
  • Effect Time- Average (approximately 15-25 minutes)

Topically

  • Definition- Trans-dermal, absorption through the skin
  • Usage- Lotions, Salves, Creams, Patches
  • Path- Diffusion through lipids, cell to cell permeation, and through hair follicles
  • Effect Time- Very Slow (approximately 25-120+ minutes)

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