Can I Benefit From CBD?
WITH OVER 15,000 MEDICAL STUDIES AND PUBLICATIONS TO DATE, INTEREST IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CANNABINOIDS AND THE HUMAN BODY IS NOTHING NEW. OVER THE PAST DECADE, AN INCREASE IN PUBLIC DEMAND HAS SUBSEQUENTLY TRIGGERED A SURGE IN CANNABIDIOL (CBD) RESEARCH. WHETHER YOU’RE LOOKING TO ADDRESS A PARTICULAR AILMENT OR SIMPLY HOPING TO IMPROVE YOUR OVERALL HEALTH, WITH SUCH PROMISING RESULTS, IT’S OBVIOUS WHY CBD RESEARCH HAS CONTINUED ITS STEADY INCREASE OVER RECENT YEARS.
The Endocannabinoid System
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a complex cell-signaling system identified in the early 1990s by researchers exploring THC, a well-known cannabinoid. Cannabinoids are compounds found in both the Hemp and Marijuana plants.
Experts are still trying to fully understand the ECS. But so far, we know it plays role in regulating a range of functions and processes, including:
- Reproduction and Fertility.
These receptors are found in the Brain, Spine, Lungs, Kidneys, Pituitary Gland, Thyroid Gland and Adrenal Gland. Within the reproductive system they are found in sperm, the egg, and the placenta.
These receptors are found in the Brain, Immune system, Digestive System, and Peripheral Nervous System.
What is the Difference Between Hemp and Marijuana?
Hemp belongs to the Cannabis family. To be classified as Hemp, a Cannabis plant needs to contain less than 0.3% THC.
Hemp is legal in all 50 States. However – some States change the “Legal Limit” of THC. Each state varies on what they are okay with. To be safe, it’s always best to purchase a product that has zero THC as airports and various States require less than 0.3% – some even require zero THC.
CBD from the Hemp plant is important if you don’t want to get high or trip a drug test – yet you still want to medicinal benefits of the Cannabis plant.
The Hemp plant does contain more than 100 known cannabinoids. These cannabinoids do offer health-related benefits – but it’s very important to know what is inside the Hemp-Derived CBD products that you are purchasing. Each company will replace and remove what they think is most optimal for your health.
Not all Hemp-derived CBD is created equal.
Marijuana belongs to the Cannabis family. To be classified as Marijuana, a Cannabis plant needs to contain high concentrated amounts of THC.
THC is a cannabinoid found in the Cannabis plant. There are more then 100 known cannabinoids today. The reason why THC is important, is because this is the cannabinoid that causes that “high” – which is typically associated with the Marijuana plant.
Marijuana is not legal in all 50 States. In fact – in those States which Marijuana has been legalized for both medical and recreational use – you still have to purchase products containing Marijuana through State approved dispensaries.
CBD can come from both the Marijuana plant and the Hemp plant. It’s important to understand which source you’re buying from, because any CBD coming from the Marijuana plant is not legal in all 50 States, cannot be taken through airports, and has a very high likelihood of testing positive on a drug test.
What is Hemp-Derived CBD?
CBD can come from both the Hemp plant and Marijuana plant. THG Naturals CBD oil is a pure Hemp CBD oil. Using a CO2 extraction process, we remove all cannabinoids (including the THC) and leave a pure CBD product.
All of our CBD is grown in the United States, extracted then manufactured in Utah. THG Naturals controls the process from the seed to the finished product you see on our website.
Will I Get High?
The Quick answer – No you will not. But there’s more to it than that. You need to understand what you’re purchasing. You have to know what’s inside the products you’re taking.
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Will I Test Positive On A Drug Test?
THG Naturals products have zero THC. This is all about the THC. Most drug screens are testing for THC levels in your blood. Are you taking products that contain enough THC to test positive?
How Much Should I Take?
It depends – hate that answer right? Every human body is different and needs more or less than another. Are you sensitive to medications and supplements? Have you used CBD before? What issues are you dealing with? All of these and more affect how your body uses and metabolizes the CBD. Don’t worry – we can help!
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ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS HAVE ZERO THC
Don’t Take Our Word For It – Look At Our 3rd Party Test Results. We Test Every Batch Of CBD That We Sell.
THG NATURALS STANDARDS
Not all products are created equal. THG Naturals have been formulated by our team of Doctors and Food Scientists. We manage the process from seed to finished products.
You know everything that goes into our products. In-case someone needs extra proof, we provide third-party lab test results on everything we sell.
Our CBD exceeds industry standards in purity. Our hemp-derived products are 99%+ pure CBD.
Our oils taste fantastic. If you’ve tried other CBD products you’ll understand why that’s a big deal.
Frequently Asked Questions
Still have questions about CBD Oil? Hopefully one of these will help answer your questions.
What is Cannabidiol (CBD)
Cannabidiol (CBD) is an organic compound that comes from the leaves, stalks, and flowers of industrial hemp or cannabis plant. It is the most widely accepted non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis. CBD oil should not be confused with marijuana even though they both come from cannabis; we extract the CBD oil contained in THG Naturals products from industrial hemp.
Is Hemp-Derived CBD Legal?
CBD oil and other hemp-extracted products are perfectly legal to be used and sold within the United States. The growing, processing, and selling of hemp extracts – including cannabinoids from industrial hemp – is possible through federal regulation within Section 7606 of the Agricultural Act of 2014 which the U.S. Congress passed and signed into law.
Can I Get High?
Because CBD is a non-psychoactive component from industrial hemp, it doesn’t include or have any elements of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that are familiar with cannabis; therefore, there’s no “high” effect as a result of using CBD.
How Will CBD Effect My Body?
CBD affects the body by triggering the receptors of the endocannabinoid system within your brain and nervous system. These receptors regulate various body parts and systems – results may vary based on your purpose for using CBD.
How Long Will It Take Before I Feel Anything?
CBD effects vary drastically from person to person. Some customers report feeling something within 30 minutes, others 4-6 days. Because CBD helps our body produce more of what it naturally needs to balance itself, it’s all about having enough CBD in your system. The key to feeling better is consistency. Whether first starting to take CBD, or having taken it previously, it needs to be taken daily. Again, results are dependent on your serving size and purpose for using CBD.
What is The Endocannabinoid System and How Does It Work?
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex arrangement of cannabinoid receptors within the brain and nervous system of humans and other mammals. These receptors regulate various functions of the body and are responsive to cannabinoids from hemp plants. The ECS affects many different body systems including but not limited to sleep, appetite, mood, pain, and memory.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Any side effects of CBD are insignificant at best – nowhere near as relevant as those side effects from pharmaceutical medicines that are approved by the FDA. The most common side effects that CBD users have reported are minor abdominal discomfort or mild sedation. Again, there’s no “high” effect or psychoactive properties with CBD, so no worries about your ability to perform day-to-day duties.
Is It Possible To Take Too Much?
There are no reports of any lethal or deadly doses of CBD. Serving sizes will vary from person to person. Some cases may only need a small serving while others may require higher amounts – it depends on why you’re taking CBD.
What Is A Cannabinoid?
Cannabinoids are typically molecular compounds naturally made from hemp plants; however, they are also found in other plants and produced by our bodies. Science classifies cannabinoids as fatty compounds that play vital roles within our immune and central nervous system.
What Makes Hemp Plants Different Than Marijuana Plants?
Hemp and marijuana essentially come from the same plant family, cannabis sativa. The main difference between the two is their level of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the illegal, psychotropic cannabinoid. The Agricultural Act of 2014 describes legal hemp plants as containing less than 0.3% THC which also makes cannabinoids extracted from hemp, such as Cannabidiol (CBD), legal as well. THG Naturals has zero THC in their products.
Will I Need A Marijuana Card Or Doctors Prescription To Take Hemp-Derived CBD?
Not at all – THG Naturals legally operates in full accordance with the Federal Hemp Law. Our products are categorized as hemp dietary supplements which are legal to be purchased anywhere in the U.S.
Will Using Your Products Test Positive On A Drug Test?
THG Naturals products have zero THC. It is extremely unlikely that you will test positive on a drug test using our products. If a “false positive” is produced, providing our 3rd party lab tests, and a follow-up test can provide more conclusive results.
The US Drug Test Centers says, *”According to Quest Diagnostics Director of Science and Technology, Barry Sample, CBD likely won’t show up on a drug test: “If the product contains only CBD and has had the THC removed, then an individual being tested would not be expected to test positive for marijuana or marijuana metabolite.” In other words, marijuana drug tests screen for THC, not CBD.”
To ensure that all of our products have no THC, we run a third-party test on every batch that we sell.
What's The Proper Way To Store Our CBD Products?
We suggest storing our products in a dry, cool area with no direct exposure to constant light or excessive heat. For any questions, please contact us at 1-385-535-5512 or email@example.com.
How Much CBD Should I Take?
Because each person’s body and health condition is unique, it is difficult to set a predetermined dosage that is right for everyone. For severe symptoms, a higher dose may be required while mild symptoms won’t need as much. We recommend a consultation with your doctor or health professional to determine an amount right for you.