Frequently Asked Questions
CBD, Cannabis, THC, hemp oil….these are just a few of the keywords in the emerging market led by CBD. It’s easy to see where many become easily overwhelmed and confused with all the new terms.
The following list answers some of the most common questions regarding cannabis and CBD.
I hope you will find answers to your questions and get value from this page.
In December 2018, the US Government removed Hemp Derived products from the Schedule I classification. There are many stipulations however,one most important is that the product contains no more than 0.3% THC
CBD products by law cannot contain more than 3% THC, the cannabinoid found in marijuana responsible for giving you that “high” feeling. While CBD does not induce this type of reaction, it CAN create a sense of well being and joy, so in a sense that is a “high”
Humans and pets, or nearly all creatures on the planet share a body system responsible for maintaining overall body homeostasis call the Endocannabinoid system.
Being a product of nature, it is generally considered safe. Since research on CBD is still somewhat in it’s infancy, it’s too soon to say with a blanket statement that it is 100% safe, but generally speaking, side effects have shown to be minimal or non-existant.
Scientists are feverishly studying cannabis, CBD, THC, and many of the other 100+ cannabinoids found in the cannabis plants to further understand its effects on the endocannabinoid system. Many studies have already been conducted and have almost unilaterally shown great promise and results in treating medical conditions such as anxiety, weight loss, depression, epilepsy, Parkinsons disease, Alzheimer’s, Cancer, and many more
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