CBD stands for cannabidiol.  It is a chemical found in the cannabis sativa plant.

No you do not.

CBD may help to relieve the following:

                        Epilepsy (seizure disorder)



                        Chronic Pain and Inflammation

                        Crohn’s Disease

                        Multiple Sclerosis

                        Muscle Spasms


                        Skin Disease

                        … And more

The 2018 Farm Bill made CBD legal in all 50 states as long as it contains .3% of THC or less and is derived from the hemp plant.  If, however, the CBD comes from a marijuana plant, it is illegal and can only be purchased at a licensed dispensary.  Our products are all derived from the hemp plant.

No, CBD is not psychoactive.

This varies from person to person.  We recommend starting off slowly and working your way up until you’ve reached your comfort level.

Yes, all the products we carry are third party tested.  (Please insert link or create tab for test results)

Products are reserved for consumers 18 or older.  However, CBD VAPE products are reserved for consumers 21 or older.

In a cool, dark place that is secure and out of reach of children.

Yes, canines have an endocannabinoid system that works just like us humans.

There is a possibility if enough of a Full-Spectrum hemp product is taken, even if you never experience the psychoactive side effects of the THC. If this is a concern, look for products that are made with Isolated or Broad-Spectrum CBD Hemp Extract as these do not contain THC.

One of many chemical compounds in the Cannabis and Hemp plant that reacts to our body's Endocannabinoid System.

CBD in its molecular form.  Often marketed as being 99.9+% pure, unless otherwise noted.  Contains no THC.

Contains the full array of Cannabinoids and Terpenes present within the Hemp flower.  This includes, but does not limit to, CBD, CBN, CBG and THC.

Contains everything a Full Spectrum contains except the THC.

The aromatic and flavorful component of a plant's essential oils.  For example, citrus smell and taste are caused by the Limonene Terpene.  This terpene is responsible for the uplifted feeling.  Another example is the floral smell and taste are caused by the Linalool Terpene.  This terpene is responsible for the sedative and relaxed feeling.