Most frequent questions and answers
CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol, a naturally occurring compound found in the hemp plant. In recent years, numerous studies and research programs have highlighted the medicinal benefits of CBD which help improve health and overall wellness. Read more about it here.
CBD is legally available nationwide. However, specific laws surrounding CBD vary widely per jurisdiction. Make sure to research your state’s laws before buying and consuming CBD. Read about it here.
Terpenes are essential oils that give plants their distinct aroma and flavor. Terpenes found in hemp work together with cannabinoids like CBD to enhance the medicinal effects of one another producing a phenomenon known as The Entourage Effect.
CBD contains no THC which is the compound responsible for the psychoactive effects usually associated with marijuana. CBD’s properties are purely medicinal.
No, CBD will not make you fail a drug test. Since drug tests check for THC, CBD oil won’t fail you in drug tests nor will it make any psychedelic effects.
Marijuana and Hemp, both fall into the same class of plants, Cannabis. It differs in its concentration of CBD and THC. Marijuana generally has a high concentration of THC and hence used for recreational purposes. Hemp is high in CBD and industrially used for synthesizing medicinal products.
Yes, you can. Since CBD oil doesn’t have any psychoactive properties it won’t affect your daily activities.
CBD doesn’t have any harmful side effects. However, this can change from person to person. There have been reports where people have experienced short term nausea or diarrhea.