FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

CBD products are made from industrial hemp, which contains almost no THC (less than 0.3% in the US), and are legal in all 50 US states.
While many users report benefits of hemp-derived CBD, some experts say a little THC helps CBD work in the body; that cannabis’ chemical compounds work better in tandem than in isolation.

CBD is one of the many chemical compounds in a class called “cannabinoids” that naturally occur in cannabis plants. While THC is the most famous of cannabinoids for its ability to get us high, CBD is notorious for its capacity to deliver mental and physical benefits without the effects of feeling “high”, “impaired”, or “under the influence.”

CBD is typically the second most abundant cannabinoid in cannabis, but this isn’t always the case:
A strain may deliver CBD and THC in the following ratios:
High THC, low CBD (e.g.,10-30% THC, trace amounts of CBD)
Balanced CBD/THC (e.g., 5-15% THC and CBD)
High CBD, low THC (e.g., 5-20% CBD, THC under 5%)*

High-CBD strains tend to deliver very clear-headed, functional effects without the euphoric high associated with high-THC strains. They’re typically preferred by consumers who are extremely sensitive to the side effects of THC (e.g., anxiety, paranoia, dizziness).

CBD is not considered to be psychotropic (meaning it won’t alter our perception of reality or produce a feeling of euphoria) but it’s still working on our brains. CBD doesn’t activate our brains’ cannabinoid receptors in the same manner as THC, but it does target a wide variety of proteins in the brain and nervous system that regulate cell activities all over the human body.

Because there are only trace amounts of THC found in CBD-rich hemp oil, it will not cause a positive drug test, in most cases, when consumed at suggested servings. Because our products are not administered orally, this doesn’t affect testing with daily and standard use. Most tests do not detect the presence of CBD (cannabidiol).
Also, CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that doesn’t cause a high.

Like most medicines, CBD will have a different effect on everyone who uses it, so the best way to find out what works is simply to try it.
If you are someone with specific immune system issues, it is best to consult your physician and begin the product at the dose they specify.

As the CEO of CBD Skincare Company, I wanted to make a product that could not only benefit me but people with all different hair types.
I have waist long, thick hair, and have struggled in the past with the amount of product it requires each time I wash it.
Size vs. Value: This shampoo and conditioner is 8 oz, but is highly concentrated and only requires about a quarter-sized amount of product to wash my hair. If your hair is shorter than mine, yours will probably last much longer.

The Shampoo and Conditioner will not ‘strip’ or dry out your hair.
The scent is clean and fresh, and it lathers well and rinses easily.
If you are someone that enjoys washing your hair daily, that is absolutely ok and safe too!

By interacting with the brain’s signaling systems in various ways, CBD can provide relief from pain, anxiety, and nausea. Beyond our brains, studies have shown that CBD may benefit our bones and immune systems and work broadly throughout the body as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, which may help protect cells from damages associated with neurodegenerative diseases. A high-CBD strain would be a great choice for someone needing to medicate throughout the day to control pain, inflammation, anxiety, or other chronic conditions associated with some autoimmune and skin disorders.

*Source;
https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/whats-the-deal-with-these-high-cbd-strains