Frequently Asked Questions
Will I get high?
Is it legal?
What is it good for?
How do I use it?
Depending on what you are trying to accomplish. There are a number of different applications including topicals for external use, sublingual and edibles for internal use, inhalation, as well as transdermal and suppositories.
Will I fail a drug test?
This depends largely on the type of CBD product consumed. If the product is full spectrum, it contains THC. If you are concerned about getting tested, you will want to steer clear of full spectrum products. Instead, look for Broad Spectrum (THC FREE) and Isolate based products. Even so, a FALSE POSITIVE is always possible, and if this happens to be the case, we recommend demanding a retake. Always be sure to check the COAs to verify there is no detectable THC in your products.
Is there such thing as “too much CBD”?
What is the difference between “CBD Isolate,” “Broad Spectrum,” and “Full Spectrum” CBD?
Isolate is the CBD molecule isolated from the rest of the plant chemicals. Broad spectrum contains more than one plant chemical but not all (typically the THC is removed). Full spectrum means that all naturally occurring plant chemicals are still intact, including THC.
Can my pets use it?
YES! All animals with a backbone have the same Endocannabinoid System (ECS) as we do and they respond very well to CBD. If you are planning on using a topical for your pet, make sure there are no essential oils or any plant oils that your pet may be sensitive to. We offer pet friendly oils that are suitable for dogs and cats
Can CBD interact with my medications?
What is the difference between Hemp Extract, Hemp Oil & CBD? Hemp Seed Oil?
Do your products contain THC?
Our Full Spectrum products contain trace amounts of THC (<0.3%).
Our Isolate & Broad Spectrum products do not contain any detactable THC.
Please check the product description to confirm if the product if Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum, or Isolate based.
Are these products 3rd party lab tested?
How much should I take?
How do you use your salve topicals?
Apply a generous amount to area of discomfort and thoroughly massage in.