Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about CBD
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If you are suffering from a disease or illness, or believe you are suffering from a disease or illness, it is best to consult your healthcare provider for advice.
Hemp seed oil is made by pressing raw hemp seeds and collecting the liquid oil that is expelled. It is a good supplement and cooking additive. It does not have concentrated cannabinoids or terpenes.
CBD extract is made by supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of the hemp plant. This concentrates the active cannabinoids and terpenes to very high percentages, resulting in the CBD oil we add to our products.
While they are the same plant, there are distinct genetic differences between the two. Marijuana plants are generally bred to have very high amounts of THC at the expense of other cannabinoids, including CBD. Hemp is the inverse, containing large amounts of CBD and little to no THC. This means that hemp is an ideal plant for those seeking cannabis benefits without the psychoactive experience.
Marijuana plants are usually slender and bushy with large amounts of flowers, whereas hemp plants are taller and thinner, with pronounced stalks and little to no flowers. Industrial hemp has a myriad of uses including as a component of clothing, paper, rope, plastics, oils, and foods.
Legally, the two plants are separately defined by the Agricultural Appropriations Act of 2014, which establishes "Industrial Hemp" as a Cannabis sativa plant with a THC concentration below 0.3 percent by weight.
Our recommended serving size is 10mg. Various people have found amounts as small as 5mg and as high as 40mg to be ideal.
As always, consult your healthcare provider for medical advice.
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