Frequently Asked Questions
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of more than a hundred phytocannabinoids naturally occurring in resinous flowers of hemp/cannabis plants.
No, CBD will not get you high as it does not produce the euphoric effects in the way cannabis with THC does.
Current research shows CBD works by binding to receptors in the body's endocannabinoid system. These receptors have been found in virtually every cell and tissue type in the human body, which is why there is a wide array of CBD uses.
While nearly anything humans interact with or consume in the world can be addictive, CBD is safe and non-addictive. In fact, CBD has demonstrated to be a potentially useful tool to help break addictions to harmful substances.
Yes, CBD is a naturally-occurring compound that is produced by hemp/cannabis plants.
CBD has been shown to be safe to use in high doses. A side effect of taking too much CBD is the lethargy or drowsiness.
Yes. CBD is metabolized by enzymes in the body that are responsible for metabolizing commonly used drugs. CBD can inhibit the activity of these enzymes.
No. Drug tests look for THC metabolites. Drug tests do not test for CBD specifically. However, low quality CBD products may contain more traces of THC than they claim, in which is possible for a screening to detect them.
This depends on what you're using it for and the tone of your body's endocannabinoid system. Everyone's endocannabinoid system is unique and constantly changing so it's important to start with a low amount (between 2.5 - 5 mg) and slowly increase it by 5 mg until you find the amount that produces the desired effect.
There is no difference in the CBD that comes from cannabis or from hemp in terms of its chemical structure and function. Both cannabis and hemp are the same species of plant (Cannabis sativa L.). Hemp is classified by the U.S. government as containing less than 0.3% THC and cannabis is classified as containing more than 0.3% THC.
A matrix of compounds found in the cannabis/hemp plant such as phytocannabinoids (minus THC) including CBD, terpenes, and flavonoids. The absence of THC is what distinguishes broad spectrum CBD from full spectrum CBD.
Ensure the company you're buying from is selling product that was made from hemp, the products are produced in a GMP Certified facility, consumables are food grade and safe for consumption, and the Certificates of Analysis (CoAs) with test results are available on the site.
CBD TEA FAQs
No. Steeping our tea longer than 5 minutes only increases flavor, not potency.
First effects are usually felt within 10 to 20 minutes, but it can take longer to reach the maximum result.
Yes, cover the rest of the brewed tea and store in the fridge. Drink within the week.
The human body has its own endocannabinoid system. It operates in the brain and throughout the central and peripheral nervous system, this system effects a variety of physiological processes including mood, sleep, memory, pain sensation, inflammation, and appetite. Every person's endocannabinoid system is unique, therefore everyone responds to CBD differently.
As noted in the previous answer, some people are more sensitive to CBD, while others are less. As always, start low and go slow. If you've waited 30 minutes and feel nothing, you can increase the dose accordingly.
We source the world's finest organic tea ingredients.
All tea ingredients are either certified organic or grown with organic practices that exceed industry standards.
Please read the ingredients list carefully before consuming our CBD teas. There is no dairy or gluten in our teas, but we are not a nut-free facility.
Please consult your doctor about this.
We worked hard to ensure our teas are delicious and healthy CBD teas that nave no medicinal or bitter aftertaste.