Below is a list of summarized answers for the top 10 most frequently asked questions about CBD Oil. We live CBD and love helping the public better understand CBD Oil products and its benefits, while also clearing up any false rumors. Let’s dive right into...

What will CBD work for? CBD is most widely known and studied for its anti-epileptic properties and its ability to treat both children and adults with serious diseases that involve frequent and severe epileptic seizures or spasms (read our FAQ “Can children take CBD?”). In addition...

What is CBD? CBD – short for cannabidiol – is one of many cannabinoids found in the Cannabis sativa or hemp plant. Essentially, it is one of the hundreds of chemical compounds found in the Cannabis plant and has been shown to have many therapeutic and potential pharmacological properties. The unique...

CBD works in the body by interacting with the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a system of cannabinoid receptors dispersed throughout the body that influence the central and peripheral nervous systems and the immune system. These receptors are activated when cannabinoids are introduced (or...

How does CBD Oil make you feel? Let’s start by making it clear how CBD does NOT make you feel: high or disoriented, paranoid or anxious. CBD is widely considered to be a non-psychoactive compound that will not make you mentally high or foggy like its...

While the words in and of themselves are arguably synonymous, society has given them a different connotation. The Cannabis plant has various strains that are genetically engineered to have different chemical profiles, and oftentimes these different strains are given different names (i.e. hemp and marijuana). The difference lies...

No, hemp oil and CBD oil are not the same. While they both are derived from the same plant (the Cannabis plant), the oils come from different parts of the plant and capture different substances found in the plant. Hemp oil may contain traces of CBD, but...

Bioavailability is a pharmacological term that is used to describe the efficacy of absorption of a drug or substance into the body’s systemic circulation. Essentially, bioavailability is how much of a drug actually enters the bloodstream and flows to capillaries throughout the body following the...