Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What’s the difference between full spectrum and broad spectrum extracts?
A: Full spectrum extract contains the full range of natural cannabinoids. Small traces of THC (less than 0.3%) may be present but will not be psychoactive.
Broad spectrum extracts do not contain THC, as it’s been remediated to non detectable levels. It does contain other components of the cannabis plant, though, so it won’t be 100-percent CBD alone.
Q: What’s the difference between cannabis and hemp?
A: Hemp plants and marijuana plants are both the same species. Legally, hemp is defined as a cannabis plant that contains 0.3 percent or less THC, while marijuana is a cannabis plant that contains more than 0.3 percent THC. CBD can be derived from both hemp and marijuana plants.
Q: How do I know how much to take?
A: Everyone will respond differently, although we generally recommend starting with Based on that we can determine if you should try more or less. CBD will residually stay in your system and build up over time so the more consistent you are, the more accurate your results will be. LEARN MORE
Q: How can we make biofuel from hemp?
A: The plant is an excellent source of high-quality biomass (or end product). The seeds of the hemp plant can be used to create a sustainable diesel fuel. The hemp seed oil can be refined further to make hemp biodiesel which can be used in any conventional diesel engine.
Q: How can we make paper from Hemp?
A: Fiber paper was the first kind of paper made out of hemp in ancient China. It is thin, tough, and a little rough. It is also stronger than pulp paper. Hemp paper can be made without chemicals directly from the hemp hurd. This presents an opportunity for humans to create an affordable and eco-friendly paper that can be used for almost all needs.
Q: Does consuming hemp cause psychoactive behavior?
A: No. The psychoactive behavior in the human brain is caused by a specific cannabinoid called THC. It is present in a great amount in marijuana, but industrial hemp contains minimal amounts of THC. The consumption of hemp does not cause any excitant behavior or psychoactive actions because the THC is either non-detectible or nonexistent.
Q: Can using hemp oil result in a positive on a THC test?
A: This is highly unlikely. The THC content in hemp oil is essentially non-existent since hemp oil comes from the plant’s stalks and leaves. However, if you are using a product that contains even a minimal level of THC, it can accumulate in the body over time and may show a positive result. This is why it is always important to research the hemp and CBD products you consume.
Q: Do I need a prescription to buy and use hemp oil?
A: No, purchase and use of hemp oil do not need any prescription. But we recommend that you consult with your health professional before using hemp oil or any other hemp-based product for the first time.