What’s better hemp or marijuana CBD oil?

Since the CBD molecule is the same CBD molecule in hemp and marijuana, it doesn’t matter how or where you get your CBD molecule, except to the legal system especially with marijuana CBD. What is important about CBD is that you do NOT take CBD in a single or isolated form if you want to experience the maximum results.Read More

Do I need a medical marijuana card to purchase CBD?

As long as the percent THC is below.3% of which hemp derived CBD is, you can purchase CBD over the counter in many states and it is legal in all 50 states. It can also be purchased online and shipped direct to you. No medical marijuana card is needed.

How do I use CBD?

Before We Start educate yourself on the benefits of hemp oil and read about how other people are using it and determining how much to take. The manufacture recommended serving size on hemp supplements may not be perfect for everyone, so we encourage you to experiment.Read More

Do some CBD products contain THC?

Though CBD does not contain THC, it is important to know that a CBD product, such as tinctures, oils, edibles, etc., may contain some THC due to both compounds being present in the cannabis plant when the product is made.Read More

Can CBD show up on a drug test?

The straight answer is absolutely not. The reason being is that drug labs do not test for CBD. Drug labs test for THC, the psycho-active compound in Marijuana.Read More

Since CBD is not psychoactive, is it legal?

While it’s true that CBD is legal in all 50 states, there are situations when it isn’t legal. The difference between legal and illegal typically depends on several important factors determined by the state in question. There is, however, one very important factor that is a crucial determinant across all states, and that is where the CBD is derived from–hemp or marijuana.Read More

What is CBD used for?

Relieves Pain and Inflammation

Among common CBD benefits, natural pain relief tops the list for many. Evidence suggests that CBD also known as cannabidiol, may prove useful in pain modulation by inhibiting pain transmission in pain pathways. A 2012 study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine found that CBD significantly suppressed chronic inflammatory and neuropathic pain   Researchers suggest that CBD and other non-psychoactive components of hemp may represent a novel class of therapeutic agents for the treatment of chronic pain.Read More