What makes Paz Packs CBD gummies different?
Besides the fact that we generally have the best vibes around, there’s a lot of reasons people love our CBD gummies. For one, they’re chemist-crafted through a process called nano-infusion. This makes the CBD more easily absorbed and allows the effects to be felt in 15 - 20 minutes as opposed to regular gummies which can take upwards of an hour. On top of that, they’re vegan, full spectrum, and made with all-natural fruit juices and raw cannabis extract in Southern California.
How do I know which gummy product is right for me?
Finding the right CBD product can be a little like finding the right face wash, or shampoo. Every person reacts differently to individual products and doses, so it can take some experimentation to figure out what’s right for you.
With this in mind, we’ve organized our gummy’s based on their potential associated effects to help with this process.
Day (orange) - These CBDa gummies are perfect for a daytime boost. CBDa similar in molecular structure to NSAIDS, so it may be more potent for reducing inflammation than CBD although this is not yet clinically proven.
Day n’ Night (Beige) - These classic CBD gummies are perfect for inviting relaxation at any time of the day, or night.
Night (orange) - These gummies contain both CBD and valerian root which has been used as far back as ancient Greece as a natural treatment for insomnia, making these ideal for midnight snackers.
How many gummies should I take?
We recommend starting with 20 mg, waiting 30 minutes, and redosing as needed. The right dose depends on genetics, body weight, and a number of other factors, so it will likely take some experimentation to figure out what’s best for you.
What do CBD gummies do?
In general, CBD gummies provide a relaxing cannabis experience without the high. Though the research is still just beginning, there have been some promising studies regarding the potential benefits of CBD.
- Some studies suggest CBD may help with inflammation
- Some studies suggest CBD may help with sleep
- Some studies suggest CBD may help with anxiety
- Some studies suggest CBD may help relieve pain
- Some studies suggest CBD may have neuroprotective qualities
- Some studies CBD may help with substance abuse disorder
While there have been some clinically approved drugs with CBD in them, it’s important to remember that these effects are not yet entirely clinically verifiable. If you’re thinking about using CBD to treat any medical ailment, it’s always best to consult a trusted medical professional before doing so.
Will CBD gummies show up on a drug test?
Though unlikely, It is possible to test positive for THC from CBD gummies. This is because some gummies, including ours, are full spectrum and contain tiny amounts of THC below the legal limit of 0.3%.
Do CBD gummies get you high?
No, CBD is non-psychoactive meaning it will not get you high. The tiny amounts of THC found in full spectrum gummies are too small to register any psychoactivity.
Are CBD gummies legal?
Yes, CBD gummies containing less than 0.3% delta-9 THC are legal under the 2018 federal farm bill.
How many gummies is too much?
In general, it is pretty hard to take too much CBD. You could eat an entire bag of any of our gummies and be fine, although you may experience some mild side-effects such as:
- Dry eyes / mouth
- Appetite changes
This is why we recommend starting at a low dose, like 20 mg, and increasing from there.
Can I take CBD gummies if I’m pregnant?
The FDA warns against using any cannabis products during pregnancy and we agree with them 100%. It’s not worth the risk!
What’s the difference between full spectrum and regular CBD gummies?
Full spectrum gummies are true to the plant, meaning they contain the rich terpenes, cannabinoids, and essential oils naturally found in cannabis. Many of the effects of cannabis are attributed to such compounds, so full spectrum gummies offer access to a more dynamic experience than regular CBD gummies.
Regular CBD gummies are made from isolate and don’t contain any THC, or other cannabis related compounds. They generally don’t have as strong of a flavor as full spectrum CBD gummies, which is one way to tell the two apart. They are also usually cheaper.