What is CBD and
where does it come from?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound that can be extracted from either the marijuana or hemp plant. Hemp-derived CBD is naturally low (0.3% or less) in THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound that gets users “high”. In contrast, marijuana plants produce high levels of THC and low levels of CBD.
Does CBD have any side effects?
How can I take
While there are a number of ways to take CBD, it really comes down to personal preference. The two most common ways are topical and ingestible.
CBD products – such as creams, lotions, or salves – penetrate the skin and absorb quickly in the area where they are applied. If your goal is to achieve immediate, targeted relief in a specific location, a topical product may be your best bet.
What is CBD?
A quick look at what CBD is and why you might use it.
This applies to full spectrum & broad spectrum CBD products and is a hard question to answer – it really depends on an individual’s consumption of the product and the sensitivity of the drug test being administered. Drug tests are only designed to look for general THC levels and cannot distinguish between THC derived from marijuana and the low level of THC present in full spectrum hemp CBD products. Even the small amount of THC contained in CBD products can potentially cause a drug test failure.
Caution must be taken with drug tests and CBD products. The Farmacy Botanical Shoppe makes no guarantees that an individual will pass a drug test after consuming CBD products.
Full spectrum CBD vs. Broad spectrum CBD vs. CBD isolate?
Yes, CBD is legal in Texas. In June 2019, Governor Abbott signed House Bill 1325 which legalized the manufacture and sale of hemp-derived products containing less than 0.3% THC. Hemp was also made federally legal with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. Currently, hemp is legal in all 50 states.