Frequently asked questions

What is CBD?

CBD, also known as Cannabidiol, is a naturally occurring compound found in the flowers leaves, and stalks of agricultural hemp.

How does CBD work?

CBD works with our body's endocannabinoid system (ECS) to balance, regulate and restore many functions in the body. When applied topically, CBD can help skin quickly absorb vital phytonutrients. This natural herbal remedy is safe for all skin types.

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

Both are compounds found in the cannabis plant, but effect the body differently.

  • THC is the compound that causes the effect of feeling euphoric or high.
  • CBD is known to restore homeostasis in the body and deliver anti-inflammatory and other benefits. It contains no psychoactive side effects.

What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?

Both plants are the from the Cannabis species however:

  • Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) contains less than 0.3% of THC (the active ingredient in marijuana).
  • Marijuana produces between .3%+ THC.

Is your CBD Hemp or Cannabis derived?

Our CBD is derived from Hemp and is third party tested to ensure it contains zero traces of THC.

Is Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Oil the same thing?

NO. Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Oil are extracted from different parts of the hemp plant. Just as the name suggest, Hemp Seed Oil is derived from the seeds, while CBD is extracted from leaves, flowers and the stalk.

  • Hemp Seed Oil is rich in amino acids which are essential for strong, healthy skin. It is also used for culinary purposes, much like olive oil.
  • CBD Oil is highly therapeutic. It is known to have anti-inflammatory properties which can help soothe the symptoms of many conditions such as; psoriasis, eczema, sore joints and muscles. It can help our bodies maintain balance and overall wellness.

Can you ship CBD products to states where marijuana is still illegal?

Yes. The 2019 Farm Bill descheduled Hemp-derived CBD, therefore it is legal in all 50 states. Marijuana-derived CBD is still up for discussion and currently decided at the state level