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CBD Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of CBD?
Additionally, studies to date have shown Cannabidiol as safe and well-tolerated. Research has also suggested that CBD may be beneficial for a range of diseases including schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), multiple sclerosis (MS), social anxiety disorder (SAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease dementia from HIV infection, inflammation from Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
Although we do not claim that our products cure or treat any diseases, CBD has been an amazing, natural, alternative solution to prescription drugs.
How do you apply CBD to your skin?
Begin by washing or showering off any product residue from the day before and patting dry with a towel. Apply your chosen products evenly over your whole body from head to toe (depending on desired results), incorporating them into each step in the typical bedtime ritual if necessary – like lotion after bathing or before bedtime.
Does CBD have a smell or is it odorless?
CBD is categorized as a cannabinoid and as such, it cannot be sensed by our olfactory system. Instead, the only way to detect its presence is through lab analysis which reflects an area under the curve or AUC level of the substance and produces a numerical value or ‘score’. It should be noted that this test can also show when THC levels are present but not CBD.
Instead of having an odor for detection purposes, many hemp extracts have terpenes that produce concentrated aromatic enhancement in order to make up for the lack of scent qualities inherent with cannabinoids.
Do I need a prescription to use your CBD products?
Please feel free to contact us with any questions about CBD products or the legality of acquiring them. We are happy to answer anyone’s questions in order to make sure they have accurate information before purchasing a product that could help their wellness goals!
What's the difference between CBD and THC?
THC is classified as a psychoactive substance, while CBD does not have any psychotropic properties – meaning it will not get you “high”. The reason CBD is in demand by many consumers over lower quality products on the market is because it doesn’t make you feel lethargic or groggy after taking it like using other
Does CBD show up on drug tests?
At the molecular level, these two compounds are very different. Cannabidiol is THC’s non-intoxicating cousin, so it has no psychoactive effects making it appropriate for any use.
CBD will not show up on drug screens because CBD is non-psychoactive and does not cause intoxication nor dependence like other drugs.