Frequently Asked Questions
Lucky for you, we are not doctors so we will explain this in the simplest way possible.

What is CBD?

CBD is 1 of over 100 naturally found cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. CBD is non-intoxicating and works in our body with our Endocannabinoid System to maintain overall wellness.

Does that mean CBD is a cure all?  

Absolutely not. If you are diabetic, you still need to keep track of your blood sugar etc…

Now that the Farm Bill has legalized CBD, scientists are able to study the different ways that modulating the endocannabinoid system with CBD and/or THC can slow – or in some cases stop- diseases.


Will CBD cure all my physical and mental problems?

Every person is different so the level of relief varies by person. To say CBD will cure anything would be quite arrogant and incorrect. But what it can do is reduce stress, pain, anxiety down to a manageable level so it is easier to make those choices or changes in your life that can improve your overall health.


The FDA has only released one approved drug containing CBD and that is Epidiolex for seizures.

What if it does not work?

People have been using cannabis in its various forms for many, many years. They know it works, what they have not been able to study is how, where, when and why.


Dosing is different for every person. There is no cookie cutter measure that will fit every person.

The rule of thumb is: start with a low dose. If you don’t notice any change, up the dose by a little until you find your sweet spot. Then stay there.

If even that does not work (unlikely) then we have a 30-day Money Back Guarantee. Our desire is to see you well, not broke. We will happily refund your purchase. (See return policy for more details)

Is CBD safe?

There are no known cases of sickness caused by using CBD. Our products are third party tested to ensure there are no unhealthy ingredients or pesticides in the finished product.

**Lab tests available anytime by email or text


What is the Endocannabinoid System?

The Human Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a system of neurotransmitters and cell membrane receptors. Neurotransmitters are produced by the central nervous system and interact with cannabinoid receptors on cell membranes to adjust physiological processes at a cellular level.


How does the ECS work?

When you consume CBD, the ECS is what allows your body to reap the benefits. In addition to mediating the effects of CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids, the ECS is involved in regulating all kinds of cognitive and physical processes, including memory, mood, appetite, and even the “runner’s high” you get from voluntary exercise.

The two primary types of receptors in the ECS are CB1, present in the central nervous system and brain, and CB2, present in the peripheral nervous system (everything outside of your brain and spinal cord).


These receptors are involved in the regulation both of cannabinoids naturally produced by your body as well as those consumed from plants or other substances.



What can I use CBD for?

Arthritis, Anxiety/depression, addiction, cancer, Chron’s, Epilepsy, Fibromyalgia, Insomnia, Lupus, MS, Schizophrenia, Inflammation, Pain/sprain/bruises, nausea, stress, neuropathic pain.

Will I get high?

CBD is 100% non-psychoactive.


It does not negatively impact your mind or mental processes.


CBD does not get you “high”. Even full spectrum (less than .3%THC) will not produce any sort of “high”.


Will I fail a drug test?

CBD shouldn't show up on a drug test. However, many CBD products contain trace amounts of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), marijuana's main active ingredient.


If enough THC is present, it could possibly show up on a drug test.

This means that in rare cases, using CBD might lead to a positive drug test.


If you work in a random UA industry and you use full spectrum please know that there is a chance you might fail the drug test. Stick to cbd isolate or Broad Spectrum products.

If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to ask us via email or Facebook Messenger. We are generally quick to respond.


If you have any medical concerns, questions, or comments please ask your primary care physician.

Where can I get more information?

We try to simplify as much as possible but we encourage you to do your own research for your unique experience. We are here to help you no matter where you are on your journey.

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Easy to read and understand CBD information readily available.



Research library with a A-Z list of studies and cases for CBD and medical marijuana.

These are some of our favorite places to get up to date information on CBD and medical marijuana. The information provided is easy to read and understand, and there is a range of information.

Project CBD has a wonderful selection of 

information about CBD including a detailed

CBD 101 guide for those who are new to CBD.

On the Project CBD website is also top CBD 

news as well as the politics, safety, science, 

and medicine aspects of CBD.

Realm of Caring offers a database of CBD and

medical marijuana studies and research so 

that the information that is out there can be 

found by those looking for it. It is one of the 

most extensive research libraries for CBD and 

it is an incredibly useful resource. Alongside

the research library there are other resources 

available to download and even print making 

this site an almost one stop shop for any CBD 

information you are looking for.