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 FAQ 

TOP 10 QUESTIONS WE HEAR MOST OFTEN
Is it natural?

Yes! We source the best local natural ingredients for all our products.  

 

Will the CBD get my "high"? 

Absolutely not. Most of our products have zero THC and are so labeled. Some products labeled as Full Spectrum may have traces of less than 0.3%, not enough to have any adverse effects and unlikely to show up on any tests. 

 

Will CBD make my sleepy?

It depends on the dosing, a normal dose will not make you sleepy in the day, but higher doses in the evening will certainly help you sleep.

 

How long does it take to take effect?

Each of us are unique in size and genetics and each product is different. Generally CBD products may take 30-60 minutes. When you first start taking CBD you should start slow and monitor your use to see what dose is appropriate for you and what effects you experience over certain periods. You can download a simple chart to monitor your use, here

Can I take too much CBD?

CBD is non-toxic so you are not likely to have any negative affects with normal use. As stated above, it is best to start slow and increase the dose gradually until you find a dose that is best for you, it is best to stick to that dose.  

 

Is CBD suitable for my pet?

Yes. CBD is great for pets to help alleviate stress and pain. BioSanté USA has a chew specifically designed for dogs.  

 

Is CBD Legal? 

CBD is extracted from hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC and is legal at the federal level with the passage of the Farm Bill in late 2018. Each state also has its own laws regarding the legality of CBD and therefore the legality vary from state to state. As of this writing only Idaho prohibits the use of CBD, but please check with your state.

 

What are the most common uses for CBD?

CBD has been found to useful for a multitude of ailments, but most common for issues related to sleep, anxiety and pain. 

 

What is the difference between broad- and full-spectrum CBD?

If an extract is full-spectrum, this means it contains all phytochemicals naturally found in the plant, including CBD, trace cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils. Full-spectrum extracts from hemp also come with a negligible THC content —  below 0.3%. broad-spectrum CBD contains cannabidiol and all the other compounds within the plant. However, it goes through an additional process to remove the trace amounts of THC, completely removing it after the initial extraction.