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Cannabis, what is it? There’s a lot of confusion between CBD and THC, so let’s break it down. 🌱 The two most common cannabinoid plants are cannabis, which produces THC and hemp, which produces CBD. Both of these plants produce THC, however hemp has a very small amount, and in order to be considered federally legal, must have below 0.3 mg of THC. If CBD oil is taken in large amounts, and a person's tolerance to THC is very low, it might be possible to feel a small pyshcoactive effect. In most cases, CBD will not get you "high" because the THC amount is so very little. If you are looking for THC-free product, CBD isolate is an option, however, this product will not have as many benefits as fiull spectrum CBD. This is because of the entourage effect, which is when all of the compounds in the plant are working synergeistically work toegther to increase the benefits of the plant. CBD isolate will have on single compound, CBD, which will have benefits, but not as many as the 500+ found in full spectrum CBD or cannabis (THC) oil.

🌱 To sum it up, CBD, which is derived from the hemp plant, is legal in all states, and THC, which is derived from the cannabis plant, is only legal in 36 states. Reach out if you're looking for information on getting certified in your area or how to find and dose quality CBD.

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