First, CBD is short for cannabidiol, a chemical compound from the marijuana herb. It’s a naturally occurring substance that’s used in products like oils and edibles. Unlike THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD does not contain psychoactive component, which means you can never get high from its use.
Many people are looking for alternatives to pharmaceuticals; CBD is an option. It taps into how we function biologically to provide relief for:
and many other conditions.
CBD Oil is derived from the cannabis plant.
Hemp Oil is derived from hemp seeds by cold pressing it and extracting it. Hemp oil contains nutritional values just not as much as CBD.
CBD products contain an array of beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes—but zero THC (you will not get high). We create broad spectrum CBD through additional processing to isolate and remove as much trace amounts of THC possible–while still preserving its therapeutic properties.
Refers to a CBD product that contains all elements of the cannabis plant, including up to .3 percent THC.
The common name for plants of the entire genus Cannabis. This term is often used to refer only to Cannabis strains cultivated for industrial (non-drug) use.
A tall widely cultivated Asian herb (Cannabis sativaof the family Cannabaceae, the hemp family) that is cultivated for its tough bast fiber and edible seeds and oil and that is often separated into a tall loosely branched species (C. sativa) and a low-growing densely branched species. Source Merriem-Webster.
When a CBD product contains more than 0.3 percent of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), it is considered mind-altering. Seeing “psychoactive” (or “THC”) on a label means you might get high.
The compunds that give cannabis plants their flavor and aroma. Broadly, terpenes are any of numerous hydrocarbons (C5H8)n found especially in essential oils, resins, and balsams.