1How do I actually view the certificate of analysis that you say is offered with your products?
The results of testing for all produced batches can be found in our online batch database.
2How do I know what dosage is best for me?
Because there is no recommended dose, the information presented is intended to serve only as a guide –a reference, not to be considered as medical advice. It is best to start out with the minimal suggested dosage on any CBD product, and then gradually increase the dose until you have reached the desired results. Estimate your dosage based on body weight. Those with more body mass will require more CBD to experience its effects. A good rule of thumb is to take 1-6 MG of CBD per every 10 pounds of body weight based on your level of pain, or other symptoms. For example, 15-25 MG would be a starting point for a 150 lb person.
3What is the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)?
The human endocannabinoid system is a network of receptors spread throughout our entire body that control some of our most vital functions including our immune system, memory, appetite, sleep patterns, mood, and pain sensations to name a few. ECS controls a variety of glands including the hypothalamus, pituitary, pineal, parathyroid, thyroid, thymus, pancreas, adrenal, kidneys, and ovaries. It is a crucial system in the body, and it has not been studied in depth until recently and may be an effective target for restoring balance in the body and promoting good health.
4Is CBD Addictive?
Addiction occurs when a person -- despite the negative consequences -- is compelled to repeatedly engage in using a substance in order to experience the effects that the substance has on them. With some substances, but not all, addiction is coupled with a physical dependence which is when the brain adapts to the effects of a substance and the person needs more of it to have an effect. Second, if the person tries to stop using the substance, they experience withdrawal symptoms. CBD is an endocannabinoid. There is another endocannabinoid called THC that has a psychoactive effect on the user and can trigger a possible addiction, but never a physical dependence. However, CBD does not cause a psychoactive effect, it does not cause an addiction, or a physical dependence. In fact, there is research conducted on CBD showing that it may actually help ease withdrawal symptoms from opioid addiction.
5Will CBD show up in a drug test?
Our CBD 1500mg and 1000mg Whole plant Hemp Extracts have less then .03% THC. There are many different drug tests varying in depth and we do not guarantee passing a drug test with many variables that could play in the outcome. If you are concerned about failing a drug test, please try out our THC Free Isolate Hemp Extract with Terpines.