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CBD FAQ

CBD FLOWER FAQ'S 

What is CBD?

CBD means cannabidiol. It is a “cannabinoid,” found in hemp and marijuana plants. It’s most commonly extracted for consumption in oils, food, lotions, etc to promote maximum vibage. 

What is CBD flower?

CBD flower comes from a Cannabis Sativa plant bred to have low levels of THC and high levels of other cannabinoids (primarily CBD and CBG). It’s the mellow cousin of marijuana.

Is CBD Flower legal?

Yes, hemp-derived CBD and raw hemp with less than 0.3% total THC are all legal under the Federal Farm Bill of 2018.  

Is CBD Flower different from marijuana?

Yes. CBD flower comes from the same family of plants as marijuana, but does not contain enough THC to get you high. 


What does CBD do?

The science is not conclusive on its benefits and each person experiences it differently. We find that our customer's reviews help to convey the many ways it may effect you. We encourage people to try it and decide for themselves! 

If CBD flower doesn't get you high, then why smoke it?

Many people enjoy the ritual act of smoking, but don't like the paranoia and brain fog that can often come with marijuana, or the addiction that comes with nicotine. CBD flower offers an alternative to traditional forms of smoking. 

What is CBD?

CBD means cannabidiol. It is a “cannabinoid,” found in hemp and marijuana plants. It’s most commonly extracted for consumption in oils, food, lotions, etc to promote maximum vibage.

What is CBD flower?

CBD flower comes from a Cannabis Sativa plant bred to have low levels of THC and high levels of other cannabinoids (primarily CBD and CBG). It’s the mellow cousin of marijuana.

Is CBD Flower different from marijuana?

Yes. CBD flower comes from the same family of plants as marijuana, but does not contain enough THC to get you “high.” This means the paranoia, social anxiety, loss of productivity, and confusion that often can come with marijuana are replaced with bodacious bodily effects.

What does CBD do?

The effects of CBD, like most great things, are in many ways still a mystery. The science is not conclusive on its benefits and each person experiences it differently. People use it to treat a wide variety of mental, physical, and emotional ailments with varying degrees of success. We encourage people to try it and share their experiences because as its research tends to be suppressed, many people rely on others accounts to decide if it’s right for them.

Is CBD Flower Legal?

Yes, hemp-derived CBD and raw hemp with less than 0.3% total THC are all legal under the Federal Farm Bill of 2018. However, state laws vary. 

If CBD flower doesn't get you high, then why smoke it?

Many people enjoy the ritual act of smoking, but don't like the paranoia and brain fog that can often come with marijuana, or the addiction that comes with nicotine. CBD flower offers an alternative to traditional forms of smoking.