1. What is CBD (Cannabidoil) ?

Cannabidiol CBD Oil is one of more than 80 known components found in cannabis. There’s an ever increasing amount of research pointing to various health aspects found in CBD, all while being non-psychoactive, that is arrived at from the Hemp plant. The component responsible for giving users a “high” is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is prevalent in Cannabis and not in Hemp. According to scientific research and studies, CBD’s are anti-convulsive, sedative, anti-psychotic, anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory. CBD is a potent antioxidant compound with neuroprotective properties as well. To see the latest research & studies in multiple disorders, visit Pubmed.org and ProjectCBD.org.

  1. How does CBD Oil work ?

CBD stimulates and regulates the endo-cannabinoid system, a group of neuromodulators in our body responsible for a variety of physiological processes. Our bodies produce many different cannabinoids that interact with our cannabinoid receptors. This is facilitated by the endo-cannabinoid system. The endo-cannabinoid system regulates appetite, pain-sensation, mood, memory and more by producing cannabinoids to interact with our body’s cannabinoid receptors that are found in the brain, as well as on some of our organs.

Most cannabinoids bind into these receptors, CBD, which is essentially a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in plants, interacts with the endo-cannabinoid system indirectly, regulating the production of our own internal cannabinoids and promoting the overall health of our endo-cannabinoid system. The endo-cannabinoid system plays a crucial role in the normal functions of the immune and nervous systems.

By stimulating and regulating the endo-cannabinoid system with CBD, we can observe a wide variety of positive effects, as showcased by numerous recent studies on the subject. Research on the exact properties of CBD and its interaction with our bodies is currently underway, meanwhile doctors and scientists uncover new facts about this cannabinoid literally every month.  network of doctors chemists and scientists are on the forefront of research and development. So far, the results have been amazing.

  1. Who can take CBD Oil ?

As this is a food based product, there is no restriction on who can take this unless there are other concerns, medications or other health related reasons. We always recommend you consult with a medical professional.

  1. Will Cannabidiol CBD Oil help me if I’m healthy ?

Our products support your general health and well being.

  1. Is Cannabidiol CBD Oil Legal ?

Yes it is. It is legal to sell and ship CBD products to ALL 50 United States. Here’ why . . .

*In March, 2017, the DEA acknowledged that CBD sourced from industrial hemp cultivated lawfully pursuant to a State’s industrial hemp laws enacted under the 2014 US Farm Bill is legal. This is because “industrial hemp” is itself specifically excluded from the CSA’s definition of marijuana in Section 7606 of the Farm BillSince industrial hemp is excluded from the definition of the CSA, and a “product consist[ing] solely of parts of the cannabis plant excluded from the CSA definition of marijuana” is not included in the new drug code, then such product (in our case, CBD) is also excluded from the definition of marijuana under the CSA and is thus legal.

The Omnibus Appropriations Act of 2016 (P.L. 114-113) (“the Funding Act”), passed on December 18, 2015, contains a provision at section 763 that reads:

“None of the funds made available by this act or any other act may be used… to prohibit the transportation, processing, sale or use of industrial hemp that is grown or cultivated in accordance with section 7606 of the Agricultural Act of 2014, within or outside the State in which the industrial hemp is grown or cultivated.”.

  1. Which type of CBD Oil should I use ?

This is completely based on your personal preference and daily CBD goals.

  1. Are CBD Oil products safe ?

Our products have all been tested by a third-party lab. We will never put a product on our website that we believe could be harmful or unsafe. CBD may have a slight sedative effect, even in small servings. Stomach discomfort has been reported after a very large amount was taken all at once.

  1. What’s the difference between Cannabidiol CBD Oil and THC ?

Chemically they are both cannabinoid compounds, which makes their molecules look similar but are very different. There are over 85 known cannabinoids. THC and CBD are the two most common, and therefore the most studied. THC is a psychoactive compound, whereas CBD is non-psychoactive.

  1. What’s the difference between hemp and marijuana ?

Hemp and marijuana are different varieties of the Cannabis genus of plants, bred for different purposes. Industrial hemp is exclusively produced by Cannabis sativa, while marijuana can refer to the sub-genuses of Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, or Cannabis ruderalis. Industrial hemp is grown to be fibrous and durable, with very long stalks and as few flowering buds as possible. Marijuana strains of cannabis are typically smaller, flimsier and have as many flowering buds as their breeding can allow. Marijuana is bred with the sole purpose of maximizing the concentration of THC, while industrial hemp naturally has trace amounts of THC and fairly high amounts of CBD. Hemp’s chemical profile means that you can’t get ‘high’ from it and it is used to create medicinal remedies, food and oil, as well as other products including rope, bricks, natural polymers, fiber, clothes and many more. Marijuana is used recreationally and medicinally only.

  1. What’s the best method of ingesting CBD Oil ?

There are many methods to take CBD. Some people prefer to ingest it orally as a tincture under the tongue, take as a capsule or as a food additive. Each method has a different level of absorption and everyone’s body is different.

  1. Can I add CBD oil to my food rather than sublingually if I don’t like the taste ?

Yes you can. You can use  CBD oil as an additive to your food after it is prepared. Please do not use prior to food preparation, when CBD oil is heated to above 200 degrees it will start to evaporate. You can also take it directly, letting the oil absorb into your mouth rather than swallowing it right away. CBD oil is not water soluble, so it won’t mix with water or juice.

  1. How much CBD Oil do I need ?

Everyone is different. ’s recommended serving size is enough for most people, but some take 2-3 times that amount or more. Please use your own judgement as this is a food product that is oil based and may upset your stomach. The exact properties of CBD are still being researched and the ideal serving size for particular conditions haven’t been discovered yet. Our doctor formulated products are made with the highest quality ingredients.  CBD is largely free of side-effects, there is no point where taking “too much” CBD can hurt you, but you should still exercise moderation and use common sense.

Here are some general recommendations for a person weighing about 150 pounds, based on various research studies on CBD oil, as well as our own customers’ feedback and success stories:

1) 15 drops of  CBD oil (or the equivalent of ½ ml) 2 times per day, for mild problems such as everyday anxiety, mild aches, mild sleep problems and general health maintenance.

2) 30 drops of  CBD oil (or the equivalent of 1 ml) for moderate effects, inflammation in scientific studies, frequent aches, insomnia and other problems.

3) Up to 90 drops of  CBD oil (or the equivalent of up to 3 ml) for any other serious condition and always in conjunction with your other medications and after consulting with your doctor.

For US government information on CBD oil and it’s scientific research, please visit: https://www.drugabuse.gov/about-nida/legislative-activities/testimony-to-congress/2016/biology-potential-therapeutic-effects-cannabidiol

  1. How long do I need to take CBD Oil ?

You should take CBD’s everyday until you leave this earth. Think of it as a daily vitamin for overall good health.

  1. How quickly does CBD Oil work ?

Everyone is different, and there are really no uniform results as this is for your health and well-being. It make take some a few days to a week before seeing results  or feeling any effect, while other may have immediate results. In addition, some people do not feel anything from taking the products while others say they can feel a very subtle calming effect. Like any natural supplement, herbal, botanical, or traditional medicine – results will vary.

  1. Are CBD Oil products safe ?

Our products have all been tested by a third-party lab. We will never put a product on our website that we believe could be harmful or unsafe. You can not overdose Cannabidiol (CBD). The worst thing that may happen is possible over-relaxation and tiredness.

A review of 25 studies on the safety and efficacy of CBD did not identify significant side effects across a wide range of dosages, including acute and chronic dose regimens, using various modes of administration.xli CBD is present in nabiximols which, as noted earlier, is approved throughout most of Europe and in other countries. Because of this, there is extensive information available with regard to its metabolism, toxicology, and safety.

  1. Is there THC in your Cannabidiol CBD Oil products ?

Our products contain very little THC, if any (always less than .03% THC by law) in our Full Spectrum products.  Isolate products are THC Free. This keeps us and the products legal and categorized as hemp.

  1. Will I fail a drug test if I’m taking Cannabidiol CBD Oil ?

We must first preface any answer to this type of question to say that we are not lawyers and cannot provide a simple yes or no or offer legal advice as to the type of drug test which may or may not be used for an employer or any other type of drug screening.

With that said, we must consider the type of screening being performed. Most employers performing a drug screening will use the SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) guidelines. These guidelines specify an initial urine test be performed. Generally speaking, the analyte of interest in this analysis is the psychoactive component, THC. Other non-psychoactive cannabinoids (CBD, CBN, CBG, etc) will not typically be identified in this test. With that said, heavy users (1-2 grams per day) of CBD concentrates like oil and isolate have the potential to test positive for THC in this urine analysis. If a urine test is positive, SAMHSA guidelines specify a more accurate GC/MS analysis be performed to eliminate any potential for false positive results from the urine analysis. In a GC/MS analysis, the molecule differences between CBD and THC are easily identified.

You must consult your employer’s guidelines and acceptance criteria for their definition of what is considered illegal drug use. Some companies may include all cannabinoids in their policy, which can impact drug testing results for CBD users.

  1. Will CBD Oil cure me, and when ?

We cannot guarantee anything and do not make any health claims about cannabidiol’s efficacy. Pur products stand on their own merit, are doctor formulated and are created from the purest, highest quality CBD available. We continue to hear incredible stories from our customers about how  CBD transformed their lives. Some people are verifying what scientists have already proven about CBD’s health benefits against anxiety and inflammation, while others share stories about success with ailments that scientists haven’t yet produced conclusive evidence about regarding CBD’s efficacy. Therefore, as the potential benefits of CBD are not yet fully understood and can vary between individuals, it’s impossible for anyone to tell for sure when, how and if CBD will cure you. At this time the best we can do is create the absolute best products and steer you towards informative articles and studies on sites like ProjectCBD.org & PubMed to help you learn about CBD. Always consult your personal doctor about your condition

  1. Who can take CBD Oil ?

This is a food based product, there is no restriction on who can take this unless there are other concerns, medications or other health related reasons. We always recommend you consult with a medical professional.

  1. Are CBD Oil products consider a drug ?

All of our hemp products are considered food or supplements.

  1. Can I drive after taking CBD Oil ?

There’s no necessary warning against driving, but depending on how much CBD you take, it may make you tired. We recommend learning how your body reacts to CBD first.