What is CBD

Also known as cannabidiol

It’s the most abundant naturally occurring compound found in hemp. CBD is one more than a hundred “Phytocannabinoids” which are unique to help and endow the plant with its robust therapueutic profile.

Will CBD Get Me High

No CBD will not get you high.

Once our CBD oil is extracted from plants, a common misconception is that it will elicit a euphoric effect. The truth is, CBD oil is completely non-psychoactive, so it will not adversely affect your sensory awareness, consciousness, perception or behavior. Many who have consumed CBD oil have clamed to feel a heightened sense of relaxation.

How Much CBD should I Take?

We recommend starting low & slow. Take 1-6MG of CBD for every 10 pounds of body weight per day.

20-25lbs 4.5MG 6MG 9MG
26-45lbs 6MG 9MG 12MG
46-85lbs 9MG 12MG 15MG
86-150lbs 12MG 15MG 18MG
151-240lbs 18MG 22MG 27MG
240lbs+ 22.5MB 30MG 45MG

*Dosages are for general guidance. Always consult your physician before starting a CBD supplement program.

What is the Endocannabinoid System?

It is a unique communication system comprised of CB1 & CB2 receptors found throuhout the body that affect important functions including how a person feels, moves an reacts. It’s the catalyst behind the many benefits of CBD.

Common Terms You Should Know

CBD (Cannabidiol) – A natural occuring compound found in the hemp plant that has many medical benefits.

Full Spectrum – Oil that has been extracted from the hemp plant and contains a spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes.

CBD Isolate – The compound cannabidiol that been isolated form the all other cannbinoids found in the hemp plant.

Terpenes – Organic Hydrocarbons found in essential oil of plants responsible for the smell and taste of all plants including hemp.