Frequently Asked Questions

CBD is legal, as of December 2018, the Farm bill passed and legalized CBD federally.  States laws do vary, so you should check your state laws.  In 2015 the FDA lessened the regulation requirements around Hemp and CBD allowing research to be done.

The 30mg soft gels are formulated to be taken once a day either morning or night. This is for the person who takes their vitamins or meds once a day.

The 15mg soft gels were formulated for anyone who wants to start with a lower dose or take it twice a day. When taken twice a day the effect is felt in the body throughout the day.

The droppers are calibrated, start with the dropper empty and one squeeze of the bulb will usually fill the dropper to about half. This will be approximately 30 drops or one dose.  You can do it once and count the drops to be sure.

The 500mg Tincture is approximately a two week supply and the 1000mg is a month supply.  The daily recommended dose is the same.

It is always good to ask your physician, in most cases it will not interfere with most drugs.   Blood thinners maybe an exception if taking high doses. Doctors usually want patents off all nutrients for several days before surgery.

We recommend starting with one drop for every 10 pounds twice a day.  If you are not seeing the results you want, increase the dose to two drops twice a day.  Drops can be applied over food or to their favorite treat.  Some animals will allow you to place directly in the mouth.  For picky cats you can place on paws and let them lick it off. 

CBD will not show on a drug test, but if the product has even a very small amount of THC in it, it is possible that it could show up on a drug test.  Look for products marked ZERO THC, these products are lab tested and safe for those who have to be tested for drug use for their job.

No – CBD is the largest active cannabinoid in the hemp plant and will not get you high.  By law, hemp must contain .3% or less THC.  That is 1/3 of one percent.  Hemp is a close cousin to the marijuana plant that does have high levels of THC – the active ingredient that gets you high and almost NO CBD.  There is so little THC in Hemp it will not get you high – plus, CBD blocks the receptor for THC in the brain.

CBD can be used topically or internally.  When used as a topical can help relieve skin irritation and discomfort in joints and muscles.  When ingested it can help balance mood and nervousness and calm joints and muscles.  CBD regulates and balances virtually every cell, tissue, organ and system in the body – restoring homeostasis in your entire body.  We have more endocannabinoids receptors in our bodies than any other receptor system.

Both creams help with stiffness and discomfort. The non scented cream is a good choice for any one who is sensitive to smell. The other cream contains Menthol, Camphor, White Willow Bark, Eucalyptus, Peppermint and Arnica.  These ingredients have a cooling effect and should not be applied to sensitive areas.