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If we're talking about hemp-derived CBD, then the answer is yes. Now, the key word here is "hemp-derived." Because CBD from hemp has no psychoactive effects (from THC), the purchase, sale, or possession of hemp CBD products are entirely legal in all 50 States. Because hemp is sometimes confused with the marijuana plant, there is still some stigma towards hemp-derived CBD, but from a legal perspective, hemp-derived CBD is entirely legal and enjoys the rights of any other legal product

On December 20, 2018, President Trump signed the Farm Bill of 2018. This bill changed the Hemp plant categorization from a controlled substance into an agricultural product. It is now federally legal in all 50 states and legal to grow!

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CBD (cannabidiol) is one of a group of unique chemical compounds that are found only in the cannabis plant. These chemical compounds are known collectively as cannabinoids. So far, scientists have isolated 113 of these special molecules, but a large number still remain. In fact, the cannabis plant contains over 500 natural compounds (not all of them necessarily cannabinoids), so there’s great potential for further discovery.


CBD is simply short for "cannabidiol", the second-most abundant cannabinoid molecule produced by the cannabis or hemp plant. The most abundant molecule, of course, being THC; the psychoactive chemical famous for making users feel "high" (CBD does not have this effect). Keep in mind that your body already has an endocannabinoid system, a vital molecular system that your body uses to regulate and perform various critical functions, CBD binds to receptors in this system; our bodies were designed to interface with cannabinoids from the very beginning -- we even naturally produce them!

  • CBD does not get you "high" (non-psychoactive)
  • Comes from hemp or cannabis plants
  • Potential medical applications include anxiety and pain relief Indirectly interacts with CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors
  • CBD is legal to buy and own

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As we stated earlier, your body already has a wildly complex endocannabinoid system that affects several different areas and functions. That system is rife with "receptors," sites that await cannabinoid molecules presence. When the cannabinoid nears, the receptor will bind it to itself, creating a sophisticated chemical interaction the modern science is only just beginning to scratch the surface of understanding.

Unlike its sister molecule THC, CBD does not make you feel high -- but don't think that a lack of psychoactive or intoxicating effect means that nothing is occurring. On the contrary, it's evident that many chemical responses occur when CBD binds to those cannabinoid receptors. That being said, the endocannabinoid system is ubiquitous in the human body, affecting nearly all major functions in some way ( especially homeostatic regulation). Because of this, it's Quite a task to discern everything that CBD does, exactly, when the binding occurs, That's where the research is at right now; trying to solve that very mystery.

Below, we’ve produced a table of dosage suggestions based on your weight and the severity of your ailment (pain level).
Use these as suggestions as a starting point and adjust your dosage up or down accordingly.

Find the serving size for your CBD oil (in this case, 10 drops).
Find the CBD in milligrams (mg) that serving size contains (in this case, 25 mg).
Determine the suggested starting dosage for your weight and condition.
Do a little simple math.

  • 5000mg - 1 Full Dropper = 167mg CBD
  • 3000mg - 1 Full Dropper = 100mg CBD
  • 1500mg - 1 Full Dropper = 50mg CBD
  • 1000mg - 1 Full Dropper = 33mg CBD
A large number of factors affect the size of the dosage that will work for you. The quality and potency of the CBD oil will certainly affect what you feel, but other factors to consider include:
  • Your weight
  • Your metabolism
  • The condition being treated
  • The severity of your illness
  • Your metabolism
  • Your tolerance to CBD
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1Can You Overdose On CBD?

It’s also important to note that it’s nearly impossible to overdose on CBD if you use it sensibly. The only repercussion one CBD user felt when he took a high dose was a sense of drowsiness. However, the tendency to want to sleep may not even be considered negative if you have insomnia.

2How Does CBD Work in the Body?

CBD works in the body by activating receptors and neurotransmitters through a complex network of endogenous cannabinoids called the endocannabinoid system (ECS).

Unlike THC, which primarily binds to CB-1 receptors located in the brain, CBD works in the body by manipulating receptors throughout organ tissues, the immune system, the pain response system, the hormonal system, and other whole-body regulatory systems. Since its receptors have been found to exist in virtually every cell and tissue type in the body, CBD is believed to work on every aspect of human health and behavior – from the subcellular level to the whole-body level and beyond.

Also, since it affects different receptors than THC (i.e., receptors that are located outside the brain), CBD does NOT produce any mind-altering effects. In other words, you do not have to worry about getting high when you take CBD oil.

CBD is therapeutic in nature and will work to manipulate bodily systems at the cellular level to return afflicted organ systems, tissue systems, and even chemical systems in the central nervous system back to a state of health and homeostasis. This is precisely why it has been capable of treating conditions such as depression and anxiety, to chronic physical ailments such as pain, inflammation, arthritis, and more.

3The Future of Hemp: The 2018 Farm Bill:

The Agricultural Act of 2014, more commonly known as the 2014 Farm Bill, opened new doors for the hemp industry by legalizing some cultivation activities that have since allowed the industry to grow in unprecedented ways.

Following the success of various pilot programs made possible by the 2014 act, hemp is now widely accepted by the public and most lawmakers. Earlier this year, the US Senate introduced The Hemp Farming Act in its version of the 2018 Farm Bill. Among other things, the act seeks to make hemp an agricultural commodity, give states the power to oversee hemp production, and take away the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) authority over hemp.

On December 20, 2018, President Trump signed the Farm Bill of 2018. This bill changed the Hemp plant categorization from a controlled substance into an agricultural product. It is now federally legal in all 50 states and legal to grow!

4What is CBD?

Cannabidiol, commonly refferd to as CBD, is one of the main phytocannabinoids produced by the hemp plant. It is a non-psychoactive, oily/resinous compound that is naturally found in specialized glands on young leaves, stalks and in the flowering buds of the hemp plant.


Our 99% CBD Isolate is pure isolated CBD. Full Spectrum products contain additional cannabinoids just CBD. There is definitely a strong debate about which is "better", however, we take the position that CBD affects everyone differently so the product that would work best for you is highly dependant on your own individual needs. That's why we offer both Isolate and Full Spectrum products.

1How is CBD Different than THC?

CBD does not give users the same :high" that THC does. Thus, there is none of the "heady" fog or dysphoria that many people experience ehwn using THC. Both compounds are found in their respective plants, however, CBD is found to be present in much greater %s within hemp plants.

2Does CBD make me "high"?

NO, as CBD does not bind well to CB1 receptors found in our brain and central nervous system receptors the way THC does, it does not induce the release of serotonin and dopamine (feelings of euphoria). Instear, CBD binds more readily to CB2 receptors found in our immune cells, promoting more antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefit to the immune system.

3How much CBD should I take? (Proper mg dosages)

THe average adult can benefit from anywhere between 20-40 mgs of CBD per day. However, this varies depending on specific conditions and ailments. For instance, someone suffering from MS may take smaller doses more frequently throughout the day, whereas many people can benefit from single doses.

4How is hemp different than marijuana?

Unlike marijuana hemp contains extremely low (less than 0.3%) THC. THC is the compound in marijuana that is psychoactive. The cannabinoid profile of the hemp is ideal for people looking for benefits from cannabis without the 'high'. Hemp is used for making herbal supplements, food, fiber, rope, paper, bricks, oil, natural plastic, and so much more.



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