FAQs

CBD (Cannabidiol) is a naturally occurring cannabinoid identified in the hemp plant that is non-psychoactive.
A group of cannabinoid receptors located primarily in the central nervous system and immune system. These receptors are activated when CBD is present.
Our CBD products are 100% organic and natural, grown from the American hemp plant in Colorado & Oregon and manufactured in Tampa, FL.
Our broad spectrum products do not contain detectable THC, however our full spectrum products contain 0.3% THC or below.
Yes, all of our products are third-party tested and you can view our lab results (certificate of analysis) under ‘About Us” tab and then third-party-lab testing. We keep these updated with new testing for every batch including the full panel.
Our Water Solubles and Tinctures are in 30 mL bottles, you will have 30, one mL droppers. So generally a month supply
Full Spectrum CBD oil, unlike CBD isolate products, includes the full range of cannabinoids present in the cannabis, or hemp, plant. CBD is only one of the 100+ compounds that have been identified in the hemp plant. It’s important to understand that hemp contains a number of cannabinoids that work synergistically together. A large part of alternative medicine revolves around using the entire plant for medicinal purposes rather than isolating a compound or producing the active ingredient in a laboratory.
Think of Broad Spectrum CBD as Full Spectrum without the THC. To create Broad Spectrum CBD products, our organically-grown hemp oil undergoes additional processing to isolate and remove the trace amounts of THC while preserving the other naturally beneficial compounds of hemp oil.
Every individual has different needs, and this determines which type of CBD is best-suited for you. What works for one person may not work as well for you, so it is important to consider your health conditions, environmental factors, the preferred method of consumption, and desired outcomes.
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