Will CBD make me feel high?
No, CBD is a non-psychoactive component of the Cannabis Sativa plant, meaning that it will not cause you to feel the “high” that is associated with Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
What is the difference between CBD and THC?
CBD and THC are both naturally occurring cannabinoids in Cannabis Sativa. Both cannabinoids interact with our body’s receptors to create different effects. THC is a psychoactive component, or cannabinoid, that gives the “high,” whereas CBD is non-psychoactive and will not induce that feeling of a “high.”
How does CBD work and interact with the Endocannabinoid System?
CBD interacts with our body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS). It supports our health through homeostasis, which means maintaining a stable internal environment within our bodies despite fluctuations in our external environments. Receptors for the ECS are found throughout the body in the major organs, connective tissues, glands and immune cells which bind with CBD to enhance bodily function.
What is CBD used for?
Nutrition: Reduces gut inflammation, alleviates nausea and improves digestion
Stress management: Reduces anxiety and stress
Recovery: Regulates circadian rhythms to improve sleep, reduces pain and inflammation
Exercise: Reduces pain and tissue damage caused by exercise
How do I know how many milligrams of CBD I should use?
It is recommended to start with dosages of 1-6mg per 10lb of body weight. Read more.
Are these products safe to take with medications or while pregnant?
If you are taking any medications or are pregnant, we advise that you consult with your doctor prior to using new products.
I am under 18 years of age. Can I use CBD products?
Plant Juice Oils and Remedy+ products are not intended to be sold to those under 18 years of age.
How do I choose a CBD product?
How you choose a CBD product depends on the desired effect. We offer products that can be used orally, sublingually and topically.
Orally: When CBD products are taken orally, they must go through your digestive system before the CBD can enter your bloodstream, where it begins to interact with your endocannabinoid system. This method ensures the CBD will last in your system longer but may take 30 to 90 minutes to take into effect as well.
Sublingually: When CBD oil is put directly under the tongue, it bypasses the digestive system and enters the bloodstream directly. This enables a faster onset of effects, about five to 20 minutes.
Topically: A topical oil or cream is best for treating targeted areas to relieve pain of inflammation. Topical products can be massaged directly onto the skin and effects can last for several hours.