Most frequent questions and answers
The United States FDA considers hemp and hemp-derived extracts to be food-based products. As such, there are no legal restrictions on their importation, production or consumption in the United States and in most of the industrialized world. CBD is legal in all 50 states and in over 40 countries around the world. There are hundreds of millions of consumers worldwide and rapidly rising with an increasing number of medical studies and reports showing evermore benefits contained in CBD therapies.
No, CBD is a non-psychoactive compound of the cannabis/hemp plant — CBDns products contain no THC.
CBD allows patients to maintain a clear mind and active lifestyle!
The FDA reserves representations of medical benefit only for products and pharmaceuticals requiring testing and assurance. CBDns isolates are pure 99.9% CBD, a non-psychotropic molecule classified as a dietary food supplement, known for centuries to be one of mankind’s most symbiotic compounds. We recommend that you conduct your own research from the abundant, reputable sources available online, such as PubMed, a free, online resource from the National Institutes of Health and US National Library of Medicine.
Hemp is not marijuana and will not get you ’high’. Hemp or industrial hemp is a commonly used term for cannabis sativa plant strains that contain very low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and are used primarily for its fiber and seeds. To learn of the many uses of hemp since the beginning of history, click here.
THC is the cannabinoid that gives its users the ‘high’, and it’s this cannabinoid that is targeted in drug tests. These tests look for the metabolic products of THC and begin with a simple urine test sample. The test uses antibodies to detect THC and the metabolite it produces, known by the rather complicated name of ‘11-nor-delta9-caboxy-THC (THC-COOH)’. If initial tests find that you have more than 50 Nano grams (ng) of these substances in your urine, a Gas Chromatography / Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) test is carried out to confirm the result. This test targets the 11-nor-THCCOOH metabolite and aren’t sensitive to other cannabinoids including CBD.
If you’re using the best CBD oil, it will contain only tiny amounts of THC and you’d have to use more than 1000-2000 mg of the oil every day in order to test positive in initial screening tests. When this happens and the second test is run, the results of the first test will likely turn up as a ‘false positive’. Remember, the initial test isn’t all that sensitive or accurate, and that’s why the second test is run if the first one picks up a positive result.
Bear in mind that the THC concentrations in CBD products are nowhere near enough to have any effect on you: hemp plants generally contain only a tenth to one three-hundredth of the THC that marijuana plants contain. An extremely high level of consumption of more than 2000mg daily would thus deliver between 3 and 6 mg of THC and this may cause false positive initial tests in 11 to 23 percent of cases.
Most people use a lot less than that and would only consume a maximum of 0.5mg of THC along with their CBD in that case, there is a lower than 0.2 % chance of a positive preliminary screening result. This is perfectly logical since a good CBD oil contains 400 to 600 times less THC than cannabis.
It is extremely important to use a CBD source that tests the effective cannabinoids presence in the Hemp Oil.