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  • What is CBD?
    CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a chemical compound from the Cannabis Sativa plant, which is also known as hemp. It’s a naturally occurring substance that’s used in products like oils and edibles to impart a feeling of relaxation and calm. Unlike its cousin, Delta 9 THC, which is the major active ingredient in marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive.
  • What is Delta 8?
    Delta 8 is an analogue of Delta 9 THC. Both cannabinoids share a similar name, chemical structure, and leave similar effects. The only difference between the two compounds that occur naturally in the hemp plant is the location of a double bond. The presence of a double bond at different carbon atoms shapes different effects of both isomers. While the two share many similar properties, such as reportedly stimulating appetite, reducing nausea, and soothing pain, Delta 8 tends to exhibit a lower psychotropic potency than Delta 9.
  • Does CBD show on drug tests?
    While a drug test may not look for hemp-derived CBD, it does look for THC, which is present in all full-spectrum CBD products. According to the 2018 Federal Farm Bill, hemp is defined as any cannabis sativa plant with no more than 0.3 percent THC. That’s far from enough THC to get you high like you would with marijuana plants. Drug tests cannot distinguish between THC derived legally from hemp and THC derived illegally from marijuana. Although hemp plants have a low amount of THC, no more than 0.3%, it is enough to test positive in a drug test. Please be mindful of this when using any full spectrum CBD products.
  • Will Delta 8 show on drug tests?
    The answer here is similar to CBD, drug tests are currently not sophisicated enough to distinguish between different types of THC. While our Delta 8 contains below the legal threshold of 0.3% THC, we do not recommend using any Delta 8 products if you have a drug test upcoming.
  • What is the Endocannabinoid System?
    The ECS comprises a vast network of chemical signals and cellular receptors that are densely packed throughout our brains and bodies. The "cannabinoid" receptors in the brain — the CB1 receptors — outnumber many of the other receptor types on the brain. They act like traffic cops to control the levels and activity of most of the other neurotransmitters. This is how they regulate things: by immediate feedback, turning up or down the activity of whichever system needs to be adjusted, whether that is hunger, temperature, or alertness. To stimulate these receptors, our bodies produce molecules called endocannabinoids, which have a structural similarity to molecules in the cannabis plant. The first endocannabinoid that was discovered was named anandamide after the Sanskrit word ananda for bliss. All of us have tiny cannabis-like molecules floating around in our brains. The cannabis plant, which humans have been using for about 5,000 years, essentially works its effect by hijacking this ancient cellular machinery.
  • How to determine CBD dosage?
    As a baseline, our suggested dosage is 0.25mg CBD multiplied by your body weight in pounds on a daily basis. Therefore, a 120 pound person should take 30mg CBD daily (0.25 x 120 = 30), and a 200 pound person should take 50mg CBD daily (0.25 x 200 = 50). Ideally, split your doses equally between morning and evening. With this formula you can now easily figure out your suggested dose. That said, there is no ‘official serving size’ or standard dose' and it varies from person to person. Your ideal dosage will be based on a variety of factors including your weight, metabolism, the type of product you’re using (tincture, softgel, topical), and body type. For the best potential for success, we recommend some experimentation and consistent usage to determine the right dosage for you. It can take 2-3 weeks to determine the proper dosage, but once you witness CBD's effects on your body you'll be in a better position to decide how much to take and when to take it, so be patient and take your time. For pets, we recommend 1mg:10lbs, split equally between morning and evening. For example, if your dog weighs 40lbs, try 2mg in the morning and 2mg in the evening to start and go from there.
  • What forms of payment do you accept?
    We accept most major credit cards and cash (in-store), we currently do not accept American Express.
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