People Asked Question

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound in the cannabis plant with proven therapeutic benefits. It does not get you high and has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of ailments, and there are currently numerous government-backed studies being conducted on its many uses.

The human body is designed to absorb cannabinoids through the endocannabinoid system. This system is responsible for maintaining health to crucial parts of the body. Research is showing positive results for multiple ailments such as:

  • Pain
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Seizures
  • Decreased appetite
  • Cardio-based issues

No, CBD is not psychoactive. You can maintain a clear mind and active lifestyle.

Marijuana Plant vs. Hemp Plant

Hemp and marijuana are not the same. Although they are similar, they have very distinct differences. Both marijuana and hemp are considered cannabis. Cannabis has two primary classifications: indica and sativa. Marijuana fits in both of these categories, but hemp is strictly a member of the sativa family. Because they are from the same family, they do share the same cannabinoids, but here’s how they differ: marijuana has high quantities of THC and low quantities of CBD. So yes, CBD is in marijuana, but in very small amounts. Hemp is the exact opposite: high quantities of CBD are available, but there are very small traces of THC.

  • Isolate-CBD: This is 100% CBD without other cannabinoids are present. This is a good option if you are simply looking to improve everyday health.
  • Broad-spectrum CBD: Broad-spectrum CBD is CBD with many other cannabinoids, excluding THC. 
  • Full-spectrum CBD: Full-spectrum CBD is CBD with other cannabinoids, including THC. 

The 2018 Farm Bill made a huge progress in the legalization of CBD products because it removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act. Thanks to this hemp can now be legally cultivated in US soil.

CBD is legal in all 50 states, however the law is different from state to state. State laws dictate the legality on what type of CBD product people can use and which one is prohibited. 

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FDA Warning

The FDA also published a revised Consumer Update detailing safety concerns about CBD products more broadly.

  • The FDA has approved only one CBD product, a prescription drug product to treat two rare, severe forms of epilepsy.
  • It is currently illegal to market CBD by adding it to a food or labeling it as a dietary supplement.
  • The FDA has seen only limited data about CBD safety and these data point to real risks that need to be considered before taking CBD for any reason.
  • Some CBD products are being marketed with unproven medical claims and are of unknown quality.
  • The FDA will continue to update the public as it learns more about CBD.
  1. CBD has the potential to harm you, and harm can happen even before you become aware of it.
    • CBD can cause liver injury.
    • CBD can affect the metabolism of other drugs, causing serious side effects.
    • Use of CBD with alcohol or other Central Nervous System depressants increases the risk of sedation and drowsiness, which can lead to injuries.
  2. CBD can cause side effects that you might notice. These side effects should improve when CBD is stopped or when the amount ingested is reduced.
    • Changes in alertness, most commonly experienced as somnolence (drowsiness or sleepiness).
    • Gastrointestinal distress, most commonly experienced as diarrhea and/or decreased appetite.
    • Changes in mood, most commonly experienced as irritability and agitation.
  3. There are many important aspects about CBD that we just don’t know, such as:
    • What happens if you take CBD daily for sustained periods of time?
    • What is the effect of CBD on the developing brain (such as children who take CBD)?
    • What are the effects of CBD on the developing fetus or breastfed newborn?
    • How does CBD interact with herbs and botanicals?
    • Does CBD cause male reproductive toxicity in humans, as has been reported in studies of animals?

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