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FAQ

  • Will I fail a drug test if I take CBD?
    This depends on how strict your drug test is and the kind of CBD you may buy. CBD can contain 0.03% THC, which is the legal limit a CBD product can contain. Some brands may say that their CBD contains 0.0% THC, but there can still be traceable amounts of THC. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that you will pass if you take any kind of CBD. Make sure to review your product’s COA to have all of the information needed to make an informed decision.
  • What are the different ways to use CBD?
    CBD can be ingested (tinctures, gummies, softgels), smoked (flower/bud, vape), topicals (cream, lube, roll-on, salve, chapstick, balm). CBD that is ingested takes a longer time to feel, but also lasts longer. Smokeables enter your body quicker, but you won’t feel the effects as long as ingestibles. Topicals only penetrate the top layer of your skin, and results are best judged after extended use.
  • What is the difference between Full Spectrum CBD and Broad Spectrum CBD?
    Full Spectrum CBD contains CBD as well as other cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, including 0.03% THC. Broad Spectrum contains only CBD, but there may be other small traces of other cannabinoids depending on the purity of processing.
  • What are the side effects of CBD?
    CBD users report drowsiness as a main side effect. If your intended use was to sleep better, mission accomplished! If you wanted to use CBD to focus and ended up drowsy, try taking a lower serving size.
  • What is CBN?
    CBD, or Cannabinol, is another cannabinoid naturally derived from the cannabis plant. While similar to CBD, CBN can help you reach a deeper sleep AKA REM.
  • Will CBD get me high?
    In short, no. CBD does not contain the euphoric or “high” effect of THC. Many people report feeling a sense of calm, and drowsiness in higher serving sizes.
  • How much CBD should I take?
    Serving sizes depend on many factors such as height, weight, sensitivity, form of CBD (edible, smoking, topicals, etc), and so on.For instance, edibles, like CBD gummies, take longer to get into your system than smoking. We recommend starting off small, waiting the suggested period of time, and assess from there. If you have a 20mg gummy, we recommend cutting it in ½ or ¼, and then wait 30-45 minutes to start to feel the effects and adjust from there. Please consult with your doctor to make sure CBD is a good choice for your body.
  • What is a COA?
    A certificate of analysis, or a COA, is a standard in the cannabis industry in which an accredited lab details the chemical analysis of a substance, in our case, CBD. For more information on COAs and how to read them, check out this link.
  • What are the benefits of using a topical CBD product?
    Topical products are a great way to target problem areas on your body. CBD can help promote muscle relaxation, soothe sunburns, promote athletic recovery, and relieve joint pain.
  • What is CBD?
    CBD, or Cannabidol, is a cannabinoid naturally derived from the cannabis plant. You may be more familiar with THC, another common cannabinoid derived from the hemp plant, known for causing a euphoric “high.” CBD has been known to help alleviate symptoms of anxiety, promote healthy sleep and circulation, and has even been used as a pain reliever for those with chronic health conditions.
  • What does CBD lube do?
    CBD lube can relax pelvic muscles, spasms, increase sensitivity and blood circulation, and can be used as an intimate massage oil with your partner. Some lubes, such as water-based, are safe with latex condoms. Lubes that are oil-based may not be safe to use with latex condoms, as they break down the material during use.
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