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750mg CBD / 750mg CBN
25mg CBD / 25mg CBN
Vegan - Non-GMO - THC Free
Broad Spectrum CBD contains multiple cannabinoids that can deliver enhanced benefits without the risk of psychoactive effects from THC.
The oil is then distilled to separate the hemp extract from the food grade ethanol used in the extraction process. In fact, we are one of the few facilities in the world that use this food grade ethanol.
We use a proprietary technology to remove unwanted compounds still present in the oil. These compounds include wax, chlorophyll, plant pigments and trace amounts of THC.
CBD is the medical abbreviation of cannabidiol, a natural compound found in the cannabis plant. CBD is just one of hundreds of phytocannabinoids that are present in hemp and marijuana plants. It is a non-psychoactive compound, meaning it does not get users “high” or have euphoric effects.
CBD is federally legal if it is derived from the hemp plant. If the CBD does not contain more than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), it is legal. Depending on which state you reside in, hemp-derived CBD may only be legal with a medical marijuana card, such as Virginia and Utah. However, in states where marijuana is legal recreationally and medically, such as California, Colorado, Washington, and Oregon, CBD is legal from marijuana and hemp plants. The Farm Bill that passed in December 2018 declared it federally legal to produce, purchase, and use cannabidiol under certain requirements and regulations, if again, hemp-derived. Do note: the FDA has not yet legalized cannabis, but they have allowed researchers to conduct further CBD studies and trials.
CBD has been considered safe by many experts, scientists, researchers, and organizations. While CBD is a compound derived from the cannabis plant, it won’t get users “high”. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that CBD does not show effects of any abuse or dependence potential in humans. Also, an article published in JAMA (2020) considered CBD to be well-tolerated, generally safe, and non-toxic.
Cannabis has been described in the popular press as being safer than opioids and could be used in place of them for managing chronic pain, in the near future. Unlike THC, CBD has been considered non-toxic, well-tolerated, and generally safe.