The main difference between the two plants are the levels of CBD and THC each one has. The hemp plant has low levels of THC and high levels of CBD, while marijuana has high levels of THC and low levels of CBD. This makes CBD derived from hemp legal at the federal level.
No. All of the products that we offer are non-intoxicating. You get the benefits of full-spectrum CBD — along with other hemp-derived cannabinoids — while having less than or up to federal legal limit of 0.3% THC.
Full-spectrum CBD contains 0.3% THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive sister compound of CBD. 0.3% is the legal limit of THC in full- spectrum CBD, which DOES NOT induce a euphoric feeling in the user (no high). Broad-spectrum/Isolate CBD is completely separated from THC and does not offer the full benefits of other cannabidiols and .03 THC found in the full-spectrum CBD products.
CBD oil is derived from the cannabidiol sativa plant, also known as hemp. This plant has high levels of CBD and other cannabinoids and low levels of THC.
Not all of CBD oils are the same. They can greatly vary depending on extraction and processing technique. At Cannasi we work closely with our lab (Spectrum Industries USA, Inc.) to ensure that our oil contains less than the federally legal limit of 0.3 THC. We pay a close attention to quality of the hemp we source and use a leading-edge extraction and processing method (cryo- ethanol extraction). After extraction, the product is filtered, winterized and decarbed, then further refined using short-path distillation.
Depending on which product you use, the dosage is generally tailored to your needs. It is important to check with your medical practitioner for accurate dosage before administering CBD products.
Although studies have confirmed that CBD is extremely safe, there isn’t enough research about taking it during pregnancy or breastfeeding. So, we recommend you consult a doctor before consuming any CBD products.
There is strong research that suggests CBD can offer relief against several conditions, including anxiety-related disorders, chronic pain and inflammation, sleep disorders, and skin problems, among others.
If used incorrectly, on rare occasions CBD can cause common side effects such as dry mouth, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and fatigue. We highly recommend speaking with your physician to prevent the risks of side effects.
Our CBD products carry the recommended dosage on the label. To be safer, you can also consult a general physician. While CBD isn’t addictive, anything in large quantities can be harmful. It may not be fatal, but taking too much CBD can make you extremely drowsy and lethargic.
Because there is so much contamination in the cannabis industry, there are few ways to ensure that you are getting the best quality products. For this reason, we source our CBD flower from top growers in the US. Since we have a strictly monitored supply chain, we know that our products have high potency and quality. Sourcing US-grown hemp also makes sure that the plants comply with the country’s laws and quality standards.
CBD is used to relieve myriad conditions. There are CBD oils, tinctures, balms, salves, creams, lotions, edibles, capsules, and vaporizers. Each has a different use and benefit. For instance, arthritis patients might want to apply a topical CBD oil to manage pain, while those with anxiety might want to go for edibles or vaporizers.
No. CBD is not a pharmaceutical drug. So, you can buy it over-the-counter. That said, make sure that it doesn’t conflict with your existing prescription(s) (if any) before administering it.
CBD products are legal in all 50 states with federal legal limit of 0.3% THC.
All of our products include a QR code, batch number and expiration date. Just scan the QR code with your mobile device and it will take you to a third-party testing facility’s website where you can see a detailed cannabidiol report of the product you purchased.
Although drug tests aren’t looking for CBD, they detect THC - the psychoactive sister compound of CBD. Even the legal limit of 0.3% THC (as in a full-spectrum CBD) can be detected, and a drug test can pick up on it and fail you.
Hemp is naturally gluten-free, although it’s possible that the field where the plant is grown could be contaminated with some wheat. For our vegan and health-conscious consumers, we carry a range of gluten-free CBD products, so you don’t have to compromise your diet to feel better.
Yes, CBD oil can be used for baking and cooking. That being said, avoid directly using raw CBD in your cooking. It can ruin your food and leave a bitter taste. Instead you can use CBD hemp oil with some of your dishes.
We feel so confident in our products that we offer a full refund on purchases. If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase, you may request a refund within 30 days. Customers are responsible for return shipping.