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-CBD, or cannabidiol, is a non-intoxicating compound found in cannabis and hemp. CBD is the dominant cannabinoid in hemp and THC is the dominant cannabinoid in marijuana. Both plants produce both cannabinoids to some degree.
-According to research so far, not yet approved by the FDA. CBD has been showing signs of helping with two types of pain: neuropathic and inflammatory. Many have reported that CBD helps with deeper sleep cycles and with seizures. In 2018, the FDA approved a CBD-based medicine called Epidiolex for treating two forms of epilepsy—Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
Everyone’s genetic makeup is different, so the effects of CBD can vary from person to person. Always check with your Doctor to see if CBD or other Hemp products are right for you
CBG like CBD is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis hemp plant. CBG is thought to be the “mother of cannabinoids”. Early on in the hemp or marijuana life cycle cannabinoids start off as CBGA. As the plant grows with the light cycle enzymes break down CBGA and convert to CBG, CBD or THC. However, particular strains are being bred to have a more dominant CBG cannabinoid, which in turn has lower CBD and THC levels.
-Orally or sublingually with CBD oil
-Edible by eating a gummy, cookie, or other ingestible food products
-Inhalation by smoking or vaping hemp flower or vape cartridge
- The best way is completely up to you and your needs as a consumer. Sometimes, folks will do a combination even. They use the oil orally in the morning and evening so it’s consistent in their system. As well as occasionally smoke flower or vape when needed throughout the day. Many people do this to stay calm if they feel anxiety or maybe have their pain or other ailments flare up throughout the day. You can also take oil as needed.
-”Hemp Oil” is not CBD oil. Unless the hemp oil is used in place of MCT oil (coconut oil) Hemp Oil is from a different type of variety grown for seeds. Hemp oil for cooking is from crushed hemp seeds which do NOT contain CBD. However, they are nutrish and a good source of protein.
-Always look for CBD milligrams per bottle for example (i.e. 20mg serving per 1ml for 600mg per 1 30ml bottle or 1oz). This determines potency which should be disclosed on the product and COA.
-Look for the QR code to scan for COA and make sure it matches up with the company name and the potency matches (mg/ml)
-Check the ingredients. The best oils should not have a long list. Most should be hemp material or CBD infused with MCT (coconut oil)
-Make sure it was grown and manufactured in the USA. Local is best. It is always best to know your source, even if you have to dig a little to get the information. We are here to make that easy for all consumers.
-Hoosier Hempster can help you with supplying your retail store
- Hoosier Hempster can help you with white labeling as well if you’d like to start your own brand.
-If you are a frequent large purchaser we want to work with you. You could be buying the wrong potency. But if you’re buying for the whole family or many people (more than 5 bottles a month) let’s talk and see what we can do for you.
-NO. Believe it or not CBD is a dominant cannabinoid over THC. CBD is non-intoxicating, although it is psychoactive with its relaxing properties. Psychoactive just means that it has an affect on the mind, which with CBD it does have an affect on the mind, but just not in an intoxicating way. The research has also shown that CBD can actually help lessen the intoxicating effects of THC. For this reason 1:1 CBD:THC products are growing in popularity.
-For high production yields CBD is coming from Industrial Hemp plant strains. These cultivars have been bred to stay below the legal 0.3% THC limit and produce high percentages of CBD. Typically a farmer wants 10% CBD or more as long as the THC is below the federal limit of 0.3%.
-In many studies cases have shown CBD can be very effective for pain management. Many people are using Full spectrum CBD in place of over the counter pain medication. Dosing is dependent on each person. The FDA has not recognized CBD as a nutritional or supplement yet and it can not be used to diagnose or treat any condition. Always consult a doctor about using CBD, especially if you are on other medications.
Yes, hemp is federally legal in all 50 states. However, each state has their own laws and some may restrict what products can be sold legally. Be sure to check your state laws.
When flying with a carry-on or checked bag, per TSA guidelines, “Marijuana and certain cannabis infused products, including some Cannabidiol (CBD) oil, remain illegal under federal law except for products that contain no more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis or that are approved by FDA. (See the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, Pub. L. 115-334.) TSA officers are required to report any suspected violations of law to local, state or federal authorities.” For updated information on this subject, please click HERE.
There are many different kinds of CBD products out there, but we can typically break them down into 2 different categories. Broad Spectrum, or THC Free, products, and Full Spectrum, which contains some amounts of THC. To be a legal CBD product, it must contain 0.3% (which is 0.003) or less of THC. Everyone is genetically different and metabolize substances in different ways, but a general rule of thumb is that if you are in a position to have to pass a drug test, DO NOT take ANY CBD products. EVEN if it is a THC free product. Even THC free products have been scrutinized for having trace amounts of THC in them, which could lead to a failed drug test in some cases. If you do use CBD products, and are in a position to have to pass a drug test, just know that you are at risk of failing a drug test.
Most mammals, including dogs, have an endocannabinoid system which allows CBD products to interact with their system. From research, it has been shown that CBD products are generally considered safe to give to dogs, and can be used to alleviate ailments like anxiety, inflammation, and seizures. But like with humans, each dog has its own individual genetic makeup and will respond to cannabinoids differently. Always consult a DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) to see if giving CBD is right for your pet.
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