Frequently Asked Questions

Will CBD oil get me high (intoxicated)?  CBD itself is non-intoxicating.  THC is the intoxicating component of the hemp plant.  Our CBD products contain <0.3% THC which is extremely low.  Normal doses of CBD oil will not intoxicate you.

Do you ship to my state?  We ship to all 50 U.S. states.

How do I know I’m getting a quality product?  We have certificates of analysis (CoA) on all of our products.  A CoA is a panel of analytic tests performed by an independent, ISO-certified laboratory.  We test for: cannabinoid profile & potency, heavy metals, pesticides, total aerobic bacterial count, total coliform bacterial count, total bile tolerant gram negative count, total yeast & mold, mycotoxin testing (total aflatoxin & total ochratoxin), and volatile organic compounds.

How is our hemp/CBD oil extracted?  Our hemp oil (CBD oil) is extracted using ethanol extraction.

Do you use organic hemp?  Yes, we use USDA organic hemp from Colorado.

Are certificates of analysis (CoA) available?  Yes, we post our COAs online.  Click on the specific product you’re interested in and select the COAs that apply to your lot/batch number on the packaging.

Do your products contain broad-spectrum hemp?  Yes, we use broad-spectrum organic hemp.  The certificate of analysis will show you exactly what is in the batch/lot of your product. You should always know what you’re getting for your money.

Can I fail a drug test using CBD oil?  ALL CBD oil products contain some level of THC.  THC is what will show up on a drug test, not CBD.  Even CBD isolates will have some quantity of THC.  It comes down to how sensitive the drug test method is.  The more THC that is shown on the CoA and the more CBD oil you’re taking, the greater the probability of failing a drug test.  If you absolutely cannot afford to fail a drug test, stop taking all CBD oil and other CBD products including out topical Joint & Muscle rub.  Even “THC free” products are not “THC free”.  They typically have a much lower THC concentration but be SURE to read the CoA.

What is CBD oil?  CBD oil is extracted from the hemp plant.  It contains CBD at varying levels.  It typically is accompanied by other beneficial cannabinoids.  CBD oil comes in varying concentrations.  Typically, the higher the concentration, the better.  After all, you’re buying CBD mainly.

What price should I be paying for CBD oil?  We’ve found that far too many CBD oil products are over-priced.  A competitive price on a quality product (with a CoA) is $0.09-$0.12 per milligram of CBD, depending on the quantity purchased.  Example:  Our Drops 1500 oral product retails for around $138 for 1,500 milligrams (mg) of CBD.  $138/1,500mg CBD = $0.092/mg CBD.  We’ve spent considerable time comparing our quality, potency and prices against the competition and we believe we’re the best value out there!  Expect to pay more for topical products and transdermals (specialty products that move CBD through the skin to the point of need).

Will CBD oil help my condition, symptom or disease?  Unfortunately, we cannot make any medical claims.  In fact, it’s against FDA (Food & Drug Administration) regulations to even suggest that our products may help you.  Furthermore, it’s against regulations to also provide you direct links to research or publications.  What we recommend is that you use Google Scholar and search for “cannabidiol & [insert symptom or disease]”.

Do you ship to my country?  At this time, we only ship to the United States.

How is CBD oil (hemp oil) made?  Hemp is a version of the cannabis plant.  It is grown on farms and then harvested.  The harvested plants are dried and then the oil extracted and concentrated using various techniques such as alcohol and CO2 (carbon dioxide) extraction.  To simplify it, on one side of the machine dried plant is inserted and on the other side of the machine an extract comes out.  Depending on the extraction method used, further processing is used to refine the extract into varying concentrations of CBD.

Do I need a red card or prescription to buy CBD oil products?  No, you do not.