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What is CBD and what does CBD stand for?

CBD, or Cannabidiol, is a compound found primarily in the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant. It’s one of many powerful cannabinoids found in hemp and is known for supporting the body and mind in various ways.


Can CBD Get You High?

CBD does not produce a psychoactive or intoxicating effect. Unlike THC, the primary active component of Cannabis sativa, which induces a "high" sensation, CBD behaves differently. Although CBD is technically psychoactive, it does not lead to intoxication. The classification of Cannabis sativa as marijuana or hemp is based on the THC content present in the plant. Hemp, specifically, contains no more than 0.3% THC as per its definition.


Does CBD show up on a drug test?

Most employers who perform drug tests do not specifically test for CBD metabolites. However, they typically test for THC, the intoxicating component present in cannabis. As a result, CBD alone should not result in a positive drug test. It's important to note, though, that full-spectrum CBD products such as tinctures, gummies, or capsules may contain trace amounts of THC. Consequently, there is a slight possibility that consuming certain CBD products could lead to a positive result on a drug screening.


What does CBD do?

Among the many benefits of CBD that our users experience, some of the main ones are:

  • Supports a sense of calm for focus 
  • Relieves everyday stresses 
  • Helps in recovery by reducing exercise-induced inflammation 
  • Support for healthy sleep cycles 


How does CBD make you feel?

While the effects of CBD can vary from person to person, Colin, a dedicated CBD user, has shared his experience: "After using this product consistently for 8 months, I have personally witnessed its remarkable impact on my overall well-being." Other users have also described the effects of CBD as fostering "a general sense of relaxation" that positively influences "all aspects of their daily routines."


Does CBD Make You Sleepy?

CBD oil aids in promoting healthy sleep patterns, leading to a more rejuvenating and restful sleep experience. As an alternative to our CBD oil or capsules, we offer CBD gummy + melatonin, which is specially formulated to address your specific sleep requirements.


How long does it take for CBD to take effect?

To experience the long-term advantages of CBD, consistency is key. While a few individuals may observe slight improvements in their sleep or post-workout recovery within the first week, for others, noticeable results may take anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks or even longer. We recommend a twice-daily usage, starting with a low dosage and gradually increasing it over time. Typically, most adults begin with 10 mg per day and adjust the amount until reaching the desired effects.


Can you overdose on CBD?

CBD is generally regarded as safe, non-toxic, and lacking a known lethal dose. In 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) conducted an extensive review of CBD research and concluded that doses up to 1500 mg per day are well-tolerated by humans. The National Cancer Institute further clarifies on their website that cannabinoid receptors are absent in the brainstem, meaning that cannabinoid compounds do not interfere with respiration. This is significant because the brainstem governs critical functions like breathing, which is how medications like opioids, interacting with brainstem receptors, can pose a risk of lethality.


How does CBD work?

Within the human body, there exists a complex network of receptors known as the Endocannabinoid System. This system plays a crucial role in maintaining balance and overall well-being, particularly when external factors and lifestyle choices undermine our health. CBD and other cannabinoids interact with the receptors of the Endocannabinoid System, aiding the body's endeavors to preserve good health by supporting various natural processes and physiological functions.