Below are frequently asked questions.
Marijuana and hemp are two different types, of cannabis that come from the same species of plant (Cannabis sativa L). In general, CBD is found abundantly in both.
However, it’s important to note that CBD is typically found in the seeds and stem of marijuana – not in the flowering buds (which is the part that you smoke). The hemp plant is an entirely different strain of cannabis that contains high quantities of CBD (stem, buds, etc), and practically zero traces of THC.
Just like other pollen from trees, grasses or weeds, cannabis pollen may trigger allergic reactions in a very small minority of people. This subject has not been studied in depth, but there are studies that indicate to allergic reactions caused by cannabis. In any case of doubt, we always recommend to consult your doctor and check possible allergics.
Most CBD medications are taken orally via oil drops that are placed under the tongue and held for 60 seconds before swallowing. Topical creams and ointments are also effective, as is smoking or vaporizing CBD-rich marijuana strains.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is one of the major components of the cannabis plant. The fact that it is non-psychoactive, means it doesn’t distort reality like some other cannabinoids. But that doesn’t mean that CBD doesn’t interact with the brain at all. It does, and in some rather unique ways. Science is still investigating the effects of CBD and many of the lesser-known cannabinoids.
Yes, CBD is a 100% naturally-occurring chemical compound that comes directly from the cannabis plant. It is not synthetically made.
Industrial hemp is applied in many fields including paper, textiles, biodegradable plastics, construction, health food, and fuel. It is one of the fastest growing biomasses known and one of the earliest domesticated plants known
It completely depends on the country you are staying. In case of doubts, we recommend to clear it with your local authorities.
Historically, it is famous for its use as medicine. There are also many clinical trials that show some effects and there are new ongoing trials. Millions of people are using it already, claiming it helps them in one way or another. There is already medicine on the market made from cannabis that has been through clinical trials that is approved for sales.
A high-quality CBD product with minimal THC is incredibly unlikely to show up on a drug test. However, low quality CBD products may contain more traces of THC than they claim, in which case it is possible for a screening to pick up on the drug