Hemp + CBD
Is CBD safe for children?
Research on the effects on children is still in progress. Therefore we recommend discussing CBD hemp oil with your child’s pediatrician before adding CBD products to your child’s routine.
Is CBD addictive?
CBD is non-addictive and generally safe for everyday use.
What is hemp oil, and is it different from CBD?
Both are made from the same plant, but hemp oil is cold-pressed from hemp seeds. It contains very little CBD, but it’s a great source of antioxidants and omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. CBD oil or hemp extract oil is made from the entire hemp plant including the seeds, leaves, and stem and contains rich amounts of CBD and other beneficial cannabinoids.
What are cannabinoids and cannabidiol (CBD), and what do they do?
Hemp is a super plant that produces many different compounds. These compounds can be found in other plant species, but more than sixty of them are specific to the cannabis plant. Scientists call these special compounds “cannabinoids.” Cannabinoids found in hemp are derived from the aerial parts of the plant. A particular cannabinoid called cannabidiol (CBD) appears to offer many medicinal and therapeutic benefits and is poised to change medicine as we know it today.
How much do I take?
For people seeking a more balanced lifestyle, relief from mild anxiety and sleep issues, or a way to aid post-workout, inflammation-induced discomfort, start with 25-50 mg a day. For those who are suffering from severe ailments such as arthritic pain, anxiety or panic attacks, or incredible discomfort from rigorous workout regimens, try starting with 50-100 mg a day. Since consistency is key when it comes to harnessing the power of phytocannabinoids, you should take the same amount of CBD daily at the same time each day to achieve your desired results.