frequently asked questions

Legally, we cannot make any claims as to the health benefits (i.e. analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-anxiety properties).  What we can do is explain its basic components and let you do your own research and come to your own conclusions.

Hemp and marijuana can be differentiated by looking at their chemical makeup, method of growing, natural adaptability, and, sometimes, appearance. Tetrahydrocannabinol, also called THC, is the chemical responsible for marijuana’s psychological effects. An average batch of marijuana contains anywhere from 5-20% THC content. Some premium marijuana can have up to 25-30% THC. In order to remain legal, the hemp must remain below the maximum THC level of 0.3%, essentially making it impossible to feel any psychoactive effect or get a “high.”

View a few articles, dissertations, and peer-reviewed material on CBD, HERE! Read about what U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has to say on cannabinoids.

Terpenes are the ‘flavor’ of the hemp.  Well dried & cured hemp flower will have aromatic terpenes.  Done right, they can intensify or downplay the effects of the cannabinoids. Have you ever noticed how similar strains can produce profoundly different effects? This is an aspect of the entourage effect, which is driven by both terpenes and cannabinoids.

Cannabinoids are substances derived from the hemp plant.  CBD and CBG are two of the more well known cannabinoids.