F. A. Q.
Is CBD Legal?
Hemp-derived CBD is legal as long as it is produced within the regulations defined by the law.
The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (also known as the 2018 Farm Bill), removed hemp as a Schedule I substance and reclassified it as an “agricultural commodity.” CBD that is derived from hemp and adheres to the following regulations set forth in the new farm bill is legal:
The hemp must contain less than 0.3% THC
The hemp must adhere to the shared state-federal regulations
The hemp must be grown and manufactured by a properly licensed grower/processor
In addition, the 2018 Farm Bill also removed restrictions on the sale, transportation, and possession of hemp-derived CBD products and allowed for the transportation of hemp-derived CBD products across state lines as long as the products follow regulations defined above.
How do I determine dosages?
While the FDA and USDA gather and evaluate the current information regarding hemp and it’s uses it is very important to educate yourself. Please seek advice from your personal physician to determine if CBD is right for you and to discover your Best Minimum Dosage. Taking CBD is a unique experience. Unlike medications that have a specific dosage based on prescription CBD dosages are individual to the user.
The effects of taking Full Spectrum cannabinoids and terpenoids can be as varied as the individual taking them. Ensuring a consistent personalized minimum effective dose is important. Take into consideration your height, weight, metabolism, frequency of CBD use and the last time you ate. If you are a first time user, try a small dose taken in the evening or when you can rest and wait at least 2 hours for effects and incrementally adjust until you determine you have reached your minimum effective dose.
Does Full Spectrum CBD Extract contain THC? Does it show on a drug test?
Full Spectrum CBD Extract does contain contain THC and although our products always contain less than 3% THC, accumulation in the body can result in positive drug result.