FAQ

What is CBD?

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a major, non-intoxicating phytocannabinoid, with a wide scope of potential benefits. It comes in many forms: smokeable flower, tinctures, topicals, edibles and much more.

Will CBD get me high?

Unlike THC, CBD is non-intoxicating and will not get you high. It works within your body to help reduce stress, manage pain and feel your best.

How much should I take?

Everyone has an Endocannabinoid System (ECS) that works differently, so we recommend starting low and slow, observing the effects before increasing your serving size. We would be happy to walk you through your journey to help you find what works best for you! Always consult with your physician before starting.

How long does it take to kick in?

On average, you will feel the benefits anywhere from 20-60min. Sometimes quicker, sometimes longer, it depends on the method of ingestion and many other variables. If you are trying to help your body find balance after years of imbalance, consistency is key! Find which method you prefer, or try new methods and see what you like best. Always consult with your physician before starting.

Is CBD legal?

Yes. In 2018, the federal government passed a new Farm Bill legalizing hemp and derivatives, like CBD, with less than 0.3% of THC. Hemp and marijuana are both part of the cannabis plant family, but while marijuana is rich in THC and produces a high, hemp contains only traces of the psychoactive compounds and is richer in CBD. All of our products are from the hemp plant.

What is the difference between a full-spectrum vs. a broad spectrum product?

A full-spectrum CBD product contains multiple cannabis plant extracts, including essential oils, terpenes and other cannabinoids. Most full-spectrum products contain up to 0.3% of THC. Broad-spectrum is similar to full-spectrum but contains no THC.

What are terpenes?

Terpenes and flavonoids are compounds that have a role in determining the color, flavor and aroma of a given chemovar (strain) of cannabis. They may also play a key role in differentiating the effects of the various strains. Some might promote relaxation and stress-relief while others may promote focus and create an uplifting and active vibe.

Will I fail a drug test taking CBD?

You won’t fail a test for CBD, but you could potentially fail a drug test for any residual THC in that CBD product. This is where it is important to know what is in the product you buy. We would recommend an isolate or broad-spectrum product that is third party tested to have no THC.

What is your return policy?

100% money-back guarantee. We understand that every body is different and finding the perfect CBD routine can take time and patience. We are here for you, so if we can be of any assistance in finding that “sweet spot” let us know.