Does CBD Drip need a GCC form?
CBD Drip is not subject to the CNPPA because it only applies to substances containing nicotine. CBD Drip does not contain any nicotine.
Does CBD Drip get you high?
No, Industrial hemp by its nature is naturally low in THC, unlike it’s sister plant cannabis which has substantially higher content of THC and has a euphoric effect on people. CBD Drip products are non-psychoactive.
Do I need a medical card?
No medical card or prescription is needed to buy these products. It is legal to buy CBD made from imported industrial hemp, for use in any state, without a prescription. Individuals ordering CBD products made from medical marijuana plants must live in a state where medical marijuana is legal and have a perscription.
How does CBD work?
In the last 20 years, natural cannabinoid receptor systems have been discovered in the human body. It is binding to these receptors that cannabinoids produce their pharmacological effects. There are two types of cannabinoid receptors in humans, CB1 & CB2. CB1 receptors are present in the brain, spinal cord and certain peripheral tissues. CB2 receptors are found primarily in immune tissues.
How does our product differ from others?
CBD is not always what it seems. Many of the companies are now using synthetic CBD crystal isolates to make their products. That is why we emphasize the words, “full spectrum CBD oil”, which means you are getting all of the cannabinoids of the plant, and not just the single molecule of CBD. Isolated CBD has been researched and has shown to have very little therapeutic effect.
How strong are these products?
Cannabinoid levels vary. CBD and THC levels, known as cannabinoids vary between plants. Marijuana plants grown for recreational use tend to be high in THC and have varying amounts of CBD. Industrial Hemp, which are to very low in THC, while medical marijuana plants are typically high in CBD.
Is this legal?
Yes, some CBD products are Federally legal in all 50 states. Other companies using US grown hemp are NOT federally legal in all 50 states, don’t get confused.
Is our CBD synthetic?
No. The CBD in our products is a natural, complex element giving you the experience in the best way possible: how nature intended.
Is CBD a drug?
CBD is a natural occurring substance found in the cannabis plant; a plant that has been known and used by man for over 5,000 years. It has been incorporated into man’s life for so long, the human body even has it’s own endocannabinoid system, (ECS), with receptors found in our nervous system and our immune system to bind with CBD and THC. This is not unlike how we utilize other nutrients we consume to keep our health and wellness optimum. It could be said that CBD might be a dietary supplement we are meant to take regularly like vitamins and minerals. It is a neuroprotectant and an antioxidant, offering preventive qualities, such as vitamin C preventing scurvy. It has been used medicinally all over the world, treating chronic pain, auto immune conditions, cancer cell destruction, and many other ailments. It is even being studied for its effects on epi-genetics as a preventative substance that may help humans avoid such conditions as Alzheimer’s, Muscular Sclerosis, and Senile Dementia. Most importantly, it may the best supplement ever to help the cessation of addictive substances and behaviors such as smoking cigarettes, taking opiates, and alcohol. In the area of psychotherapy, CBD may be the most promising preventative substance in the treatment of PTSD. Based on the definition of a drug above; CBD does not alter the structure of the body, it only optimizes its intended function of that structure, whether it be a neuron or an immune cell in the body. CBD does not alter the function of the body, again it only optimizes it. CBD restores and replenishes, it has no notable physiological changes in a persons vital signs even at very high doses in the range of 1500 mg. It has no apparent toxicity documentations and it appears that the body only absorbs and uses what it needs, just like most vitamins and other nutrients. With the increase in allergies, auto-immune disorders and epidemic PTSD in our world, CBD may be returning to our world just in time, as the most important nutrient we needed and are lacking in, not another drug.
What is the definition of a drug?
Drugs are defined in part by their intended use; in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of a disease and articles (other than food) intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of man or other animal. [FD&C Act. Sec. 201(q)(1)]
What is CBD?
CBD is one of over 120 compounds found in cannabis that belongs to a class of molecules called cannabinoids.
What does it do?
We do not make any medical claims because we are not an FDA approved drug nor are we doctors BUT, our customers tell us that it is helping with their many ailments. According to a 2013 review published article in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, studies have found CBD to possess the following medical properties: Seizure Suppression, Anti-Inflammatory and Pain Reduction Properties, Anti-anxiety and Antidepressant, Combats Neurodegenerative Disorders, Antipsychotic Effects, Slow Brain Aging, Anti-Cancer Properties, Increase Brain Activity and Antibacterial.
What does “Active” CBD mean?
Active CBD refers to the complex, full spectrum molecular structure of the CBD molecule, along with the Terbenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids that make up the “Entourage Effect”. This maximized, active complex structure provides the most natural, wellness supplement to the body; offering the optimum opportunity for restoration and prevention.
What does “Aerial” CBD mean?
Aerial refers to the part of the cannabis plant that is above the ground that is harvested to produce the CBD oil. Many companies are vague about this term, and speak only to the stalk of the Industrial Hemp plant, as the leaf and resins are often disputed in the law, depending on the state. The leaf and the resin increase the amount of aerial CBD available in each plant so it is a waste not to use it.
What is the difference between Hempseed Oil and CBD Oil?
Hempseed Oil is made from crushing the cannabis seeds which are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, (to maintain healthy cholesterol/lipid levels in the body), as well as other dietary supplements. Many people drink this daily. There is no CBD or THC in the seeds and therefore, not in the seed oil. CBD Oil is made by a CO2 extraction process, which gently pulls the oil from the stalk, leaf, and resins. Both are said to be from Industrial Hemp which is Cannabis Sativa.
What is the difference between Industrial Hemp and Cannabis Sativa?
Cannabis Sativa is the species of cannabis that produces both plants. The common name Hemp was given to the cultivated Sativa plant because of it’s use, (originally for its fiber to make rope, clothing and sails), and now days, because of it’s high CBD content and low THC content. The federal laws have dictated that any cannabis containing more than 0.3% THC is “Marijuana”, and therefore illegal and a drug to be controlled at a minimum. Cannabis Sativa grown for hemp type use is only grown with permits within the United States. The obvious problem is that both types of this cultivated plant, Sativa, to the average person, looks the same and therefore hard to control. Perhaps we need to redefine all cannabis by its cannabinoids content, revising the taxonomy to reflect subspecies cultivated for specific use such as recreational, medicinal, a food supplement, and spiritual. And finally, to make all species legal to use as desired.
What is Clean Green Certified?
Clean Green Certified is a label given to cannabis that is grown in an Organic manner but is unable to be labeled as such by the FDA because they do not test cannabis for organic certification. The cannabis industry took it upon itself to develop the standards for Clean Green to provide the consumer a product cultivated with integrity and consistency.
Will I fail a drug test?
Most drug tests are geared towards identifying THC, not CBD or another cannabinoids. If one uses CBD rich cannabis that has only a small amount of THC, the THC may register on a drug test. A drug test geared toward CBD would not be an effective law enforcement tool, given that CBD is not psychoactive and does not cause impairment.