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**Please be aware that the regulations surrounding CBD and the Cannabis industry in general are changing rapidly. With this in mind, understand that any information on our website is purely informational and not intended for the purpose of providing legal advice.**
The term Cannabis refers to a family of flowering plants of which Hemp and Marijuana are the most well known. In other words, Hemp and Marijuana are both members of the Cannabis Family.
The federal government classifies Hemp as, "The plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis."
Hemp and Marijuana come from the same family of plants but each has its own unique characteristics. In terms of appearance, Hemp tends to be a taller plant with skinny leaves concentrated towards the top while marijuana has broader leaves and looks more like a bush.
The most significant difference between the two is there chemical composition. By definition, Hemp contains 0.3% THC or less. It is also notable that Hemp has a naturally high CBD composition. Marijuana on the other hand is loaded with THC, containing concentrations upwards of 25%.
The intended purpose of each plant also varies. Marijuana is cultivated for medicinal and recreational purposes. Hemp has historically been grown for industrial use, but recently has become the subject of increasing interest in regards to its possible medical benefits.
The human nervous system naturally produces molecules called endocannabinoids as well as receptors for these molecules called cannabinoid receptors that play a role in the regulation of many normal cellular processes. It is the interaction between these molecules and the substances produced by Cannabis plants that give them their unique medical and recreational effects.
Tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC, is the most prominent psychoactive constituent found in cannabis. Usually associated with marijuana, it is the primary agent responsible for the "high" that users feel when consuming cannabis.
Cannabadiol, also known as CBD, is one of the substances produced by the flowers of Cannabis plants. Although similar to tetrahydrocanabidol (THC), CBD does not produce psychoactive effects (“highs”) in humans.
CBD works by interacting with molecules and receptors in the endocannabinoid system. Think of it like a lock and key; the endocannabanoid system is the lock and each cannabanoid is a unique key. Depending on which key (cannabanoid) is being used, the lock will be adjusted open or closed. The specific interactions that CBD has with the endocannabinoid system are not yet fully understood and are currently the subject of immense research.
We are not allowed to make Medical claims regarding CBD but encourage you to do your own research and reading about the possible benefits of CBD.
Hemp-derived CBD is allowed federally in all 50 states. The Agricultural improvement act of 2018, also known as the 2018 Farm Bill, removed CBD from the list of schedule one controlled substances as well as removing restrictions around the transportation of Hemp-derived products, so long as they fall within a set of guidelines.
Even though Hemp-derived CBD is legal federally, The 2018 Farm Bill allows states to create strict laws or even ban CBD alltogether.
This is product dependent. Our gummy and drink pack products are CBD isolate based and contain zero THC. All other products are full spectrum, with typically zero or very small trace amounts of THC depending on the batch (0.00%-0.30%).
For all of our full spectrum products, it is possible to fail a drug test, although unlikely.
We batch test all our products regularly for potency, heavy metals, and pesticides, ensuring everything we sell is safe and compliant. All products contain unique Lot ID's and a QR code for easy access to third party lab reports.
All of our products are made from sustainably grown hemp CBD farmed by licensed growers in northern Oregon.