Yes, all CBD from industrial hemp is federally legal. CBD from domestically grown plants must come with state certifications and can come from flower, seeds, and stalks. CBD from imported industrial hemp can come from seeds and stalks only and is legal in all 50 states as a food or supplement as a natural constituent of the hemp plant. We carry products manufactured from both imported and domestic hemp.
What will CBD do to me?
There has been lots of research on the impact of CBD on overall health. We are not doctors and cannot diagnose, treat, or prescribe medicine for any disease. We really recommend that you do research to determine if this compound will help you. Some great websites to view for CBD research data are ProjectCBD.org & PubMed.
What is the difference between CBD and THC?
Chemically they are both cannabinoid compounds, which makes their molecule look similar but they are very different. There are over 85 known cannabinoids. THC and CBD are the two most common, and therefore the most studied. THC is a psychoactive compound, whereas CBD is non-psychoactive.
Where does your CBD come from?
There are two ways that Hemp can be legally sold in the US. The first is to be legally imported Hemp extract from seeds and stalks. All of the initial manufacturers we carried followed that route and imported Hemp from Europe, but the second way – domestically grown Hemp – is becoming much more prevalent. Domestically grown Hemp extract is legal under the 2014 US Farm Bill as one of a number of nutrition and agricultural products.