CBD is a natural compound found in the marijuana or hemp plant. CBD sourced from industrial hemp plants with 0.3% THC or less is legal to buy and sell nationwide. Cannabidiol is only one of 80 plus cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, but unlike it’s more popular cousin, THC, it’s non-psychoactive. That means it doesn’t produce a “buzz” or “high” in humans or dogs. It does, however, have many potential medical benefits.
Is CBD legal?
Yes! When CBD is hemp-derived — like ours is — it’s completely legal to buy and use CBD products anywhere in the United States.
How can CBD help me?
Cannabinoids interact with our endocannabinoid systems (ECS) and affect our minds, nervous systems, immunity, skin, bones, organs, and more. Ingesting phytocannabinoids, like CBD, has been shown to help control pain, alleviate anxiety, aid sleep, promote a sense of well-being, and more.
Will CBD make me feel high?
No. CBD and THC are the two main chemical compounds found in cannabis plants. THC is known more for its psychoactive effects — it’s what causes people to feel “high.” CBD has anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety properties, and is often used to improve mood, reduce stress, and treat pain.
Will CBD show up on a drug test?
Probably not — but it might. Any product derived from cannabis plants contains trace amounts of THC, so while the chance is low, we can’t guarantee our oil won’t show up on a drug test.
How much CBD should I take?
Properly dosed CBD is very important. Your body’s response to CBD dosage is bell- curved. Too little and you won’t feel anything; too much and it’ll dampen the impact with reported side effects. Begin with 20 mg per day for one week. If you feel no effect, increase your dosage by 20 mg a week until you find your sweet spot. You can also refer to our Dosage Guide to determine what dosage is best for you.
Will it help my pet?
Yes! Our tincture is completely pet-friendly, and we give our own dog CBD every morning for anxiety and pain. You’ll see CBD on the market specifically for pets. There is no difference in the oil, although pets do require lower doses of CBD than humans, so follow dosing guidelines.