FAQ - Understanding CBD

Frequent Asked Questions


  1. What is CBD?
    • CBD is a non-intoxicating, naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis sativa plant that is used medicinally. Cannabis has a rich history as a medicinal plant and its use goes back thousands of years.

  2. What does CBD oil look like?
    • CBD oils can range in color from clear or slightly golden, to a dark brown, almost black. Several factors determine the color of the finished product. These include the type of hemp extract, the extraction method, the carrier oil and additional ingredients.

  3. What does CBD stand for?
    • CBD stands for C A N N A B I D I O L, which is pronounced cannabidiol, (can· na· bi· di· ol | \ ˌkan-ə-bə-ˈdī-ˌȯl). It is derived from what we know as hemp, according to the US National Library of Medicine"

  4. What does full spectrum CBD oil mean?
    • Whole-plant or full-spectrum extracts typically contain a carefully measured amount of the cannabis plant's most prominent cannabinoid, THC. When THC is present together with CBD and its cannabinoid counterparts, as well as all the terpenes, what is known as an entourage effect is produced.

  5. What is CBD hemp oil used for?
    • The potential of the therapeutic benefits of CBD as a treatment, have been highly received, and CBD can be successfully used for anxiety, sleep, epilepsy, cancer and so much more.

  6. What is CBD infused?
    • CBD infused is a process that allows and ensures a consistent amount of CBD in every product.

  7. What is hemp CBDV
    • Hemp seed oil and CBD oil are both derived from the cannabis plant. CBD oil comes from the flowers, leaves, and stems. Hemp seed oil uses extract from the seeds of the cannabis plant.

  8. What is hemp CBD oil?
    • Hemp seed oil and CBD oil are both derived from the cannabis plant. CBD oil comes from the flowers, leaves, and stems. Hemp seed oil uses extract from the seeds of the cannabis plant.

  9. Is CBD weed?
    • CBD is derived from the cannabis plant, or marijuana plant, which can be referred to as weed.

  10. What is the difference between CBD and THC?
    • CBD, cannabidiol, is closely related to THC, tetrahydrocannabinol, the compound that causes the “high” for which cannabis is famous. CBD does not get you high the way THC does.

  11. How many mg in a drop/ ml of CBD oil?
    • This depends upon the milliliter amount of the bottle. One drop is about 0.05 milliliters (mL). That is, not a full dropper — just a single drop. For example, a 10-mL bottle of CBD oil contains 200 drops. And if that 10-mL bottle says that the bottle contains 1,000 mg of CBD, each drop will contain about 5 mg of CBD.