A: Cannabidiol (CBD) is approved as a medicine by the FDA for a very limited number of pediatric seizure disorders. We do not sell our cannabinoid-rich hemp oil extract products as a medicine; our hemp oil extract products are formulated as nutritional supplements and topical creams.
It’s important that you check with your doctor before taking our supplements or stopping any medication for a disease or a diagnosed health condition.
A: There may be trace amounts of THC but we can assure you that it is less than 0.3%. This is because full spectrum hemp oil extracts contain significant quantities of cannabidiol (CBD) and also contain trace amounts of over 100 other helpful cannabinoids including THC. Drug test results depend largely on the detection goal of the test being used. So the result may vary depending on whether the test is designed to measure delta-9 THC or “total cannabinoids.”
Because the molecular weight of cannabidiol is very close to the molecular weight of THC, we advise informing the person collecting the sample that you have consumed a hemp oil extract containing cannabidiol recently. A positive reading of the results may also occur if the technician confuses cannabidiol for THC when interpreting the test result.
A: Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the more than 100 cannabinoids naturally occurring in hemp plants. These compounds can have potential health benefits, but don’t worry – hemp plants are not marijuana, they are federally legal versions with ultra-low THC.
To concentrate on the beneficial cannabinoids, hemp oil extract is made from the oil extracted from hemp flower, which is further refined and sometimes distilled. Hemp oil extract contains high levels of cannabidiol, as well as other cannabinoids that work together synergistically with cannabidiol in the human body to create an “entourage effect.”
A: Hemp is a type of cannabis plant that is extremely low in THC, the compound in marijuana that makes you high. The hemp strains used to create our hemp oil extract products are bred to be high in cannabidiol and ultra-low in THC.
A: Our product labels indicate the amount of hemp oil extract in each container in milligrams (mg). Cannabidiol levels naturally vary between plants and even within a single plant, with top flowers having up to 30% more cannabidiol than side flowers. To ensure a consistent product experience, we standardize our “full spectrum” extracts to 50% cannabidiol before formulating. To determine the amount of cannabidiol in any of our products, take the milligram number on the label and divide it by two (2). Please note that the THC-free Dropper have milligrams (mg) labels that are equal to the milligrams of cannabidiol present.sure our products are consistent, we standardize our “full spectrum” extracts to 50% cannabidiol before formulating them.
A: Our extracts are derived from USA grown hemp, cultivated using methods that are natural, regenerative, pesticide-free, herbicide free, and non-GMO. We never cut corners and our careful attention to detail at every process step ensures that we create best-in-class products for you.
A: The endocannabinoid system, or ECS, is a system in your body that uses cannabinoids to help the body stay balanced. It was discovered in the mid-1990s by Dr. Ralph Mechoulam, an Israeli researcher. It’s made up of two types of cannabinoid receptors that influence your immune system, how you metabolize glucose and insulin, and blood formation. Plus, they regulate cognition, memory, mood, motor function, sensory, autonomic, and neurocrine functions. Even inflammation and vomiting, nausea, hunger, and appetite control are affected. The only way these receptors can be activated is with cannabinoids like those found in hemp oil extract – CBD (cannabidiol). It’s been said that the discovery of the ECS is one of the greatest advances in medicine since the sterile surgical technique was first identified.
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