YES, in most states. Most CBD products are derived from CO2 extracted industrial hemp to ensure no THC. Make sure your CBD is sourced from hemp grown under a state pilot program to qualify according to federal guidelines as a hemp derived product under the 2018 FARM BILL however, some states have further restrictions on CBD.
ABSOLUTELY NOT. Make sure the CBD is a CO2 extracted isolate, meaning only pure CBD can be found within the product. CBD is a non-psychoactive byproduct of industrial hemp.
We get it, it looks weird. If it is manufactured in the state of Indiana, it will have to state on the packaging that any CBD product sold contains less than 0.3% THC. The use of an isolate CBD will insure there is not any THC.
CBD companies do not have access to your medical file or medical history. So, wait before replacing a prescribed medication with any product. They are not Doctors with years of experience in diagnostic medicine. Before stopping any prescribed medication consult with your doctor on your plans to use CBD products.
To much of anything can be bad. Overdosing on CBD will have much the same effect on you as overeating your favorite sweet. Make sure your CBD manufacturer posts dosing instructions for each of their products on the label. If you feel like you’re not getting the desired results, slowly increase your dosage.
We get this question a lot. Industrial Hemp is a member of the cannabis family, which means on certain drug screens CBD can show as positive for cannabis use. No need to be alarmed though. Be forthcoming about your use of CBD products and all should be fine. For more information read our blog post on drug testing and CBD HERE.