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Cannabidiol (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid discovered in 1940. It is one of 113 identified cannabinoids in cannabis plants and accounts for up to 40% of the plant’s extract. In 2018, clinical research on cannabidiol included preliminary studies of anxiety, cognition, movement disorders, and pain.

CBD Isolate is the most pure form of CBD you can buy. The CBD molecule is isolated and extracted from hemp buds from the cannabis plant. CBD isolate is THC free, can be used a number of different ways. CBD isolate is single-molecule CBD. It’s what’s left after CBD has been isolated and extracted from other cannabinoids and plant materials.

Full Spectrum CBD contains less than 0.3% THC (under legal limit) more cannabinoids and other natural Compounds. Full spectrum CBD oil products have the advantage of containing many different cannabinoids and terpenes and the potential for a wider health reach.

Full spectrum or FSE CBD produced from hemp should not show up in a drug test for probation unless you’ve been consuming extremely high titrates daily for a substantial amount of time. It’s estimated that you’d have to be consuming 2000 milligrams of CBD or more daily before you “might” fail a drug test.
CBD is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid. Our Gold Spectrum CBD Isolate products contain no THC and our Full Spectrum CBD contain less than 0.3% THC under the legal limit. NO HIGH
There are more than one hundred unique chemical compounds found in both the Cannabis and Hemp plants called cannabinoids. The two most famous cannabinoids are CBD and THC. THC is the intoxicating cannabinoid that acts as a euphoriant and gets you “high.” CBD is the non-psychoactive, both cannabinoid has recently received so much attention in the health and wellness space.
Cannabis (sometimes referred to as Marijuana) and Hemp are actually two varieties of the same plant species – Cannabis Sativa. Because they share the same species name, there is a lot of confusion around the differences between them. Both varieties produce cannabinoids. Hemp is the variety of Cannabis Sativa that has been bred to have very low levels of THC (0.3% or less) and high levels of CBD. In fact, to be legally considered Hemp, the Cannabis plant must have no more than 0.3% THC.
Hemp, like many plants, can absorb the toxins and impurities in the air and soil in which it is grown. Some Hemp extracts on the market come from other countries and may contain heavy metals and other chemical contaminants. All of the CBD used in our products is derived from select hemp cultivated in the U.S.A., which allows us to maintain the highest standards of quality and purity.
Hemp oil is CBD oil. It is pressed from the leaves, flowers, stems, and stalks of the plant and contains cannabinoids and other compounds.
Hemp seed oil contains NO CBD , is pressed from the seeds of the plant, Hemp seed oil has been on the market for decades as a food and dietary supplement and is sometimes used in beauty and personal care products. Hemp seed oil does not have the same properties and benefits as Hemp oil/CBD oil.
NO. Only products labeled with CBD or Hemp Oil contain CBD. The scientific name for Hemp is Cannabis Sativa and with Cannabis becoming more popular and less stigmatized, some brands are using the scientific name for Hemp Seed Oil – Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil – in their marketing. Check the ingredient list – if you only see Hemp or Cannabis Sativa SEED Oil listed, the product does not contain CBD.

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