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CBD is cannabidiol, a chemical found in hemp plants. CBD can be used daily which may help with a sense of peace and well-being in humans and pets.
CBD interacts with various receptors in your body called endocannabinoid system (ECS). Your ECS is important because it helps you regulate stress levels, sleep schedule, anti-inflammatory response, mood, pain perception, immune system, and much more. ECS helps with your equilibrium and overall well being. CBD supports your ECS.
Hemp derived CBD (like Beelaxx) is legal at the federal level, and in almost every state. CBD products are required to have .3% or less of THC to meet federal legal limits.
CBD and THC affect different receptors in the brain.
CBD does not have psychoactive effects -- which means, it does not get you high. Although, some CBD products have .3% or less of THC it is not sufficient to get you high. CBD's federal legal limit is .3% or less of THC.
THC, on the other hand, does have psychoactive effects -- which means it gets you high.
It depends on the testing standards of the lab administering the drug test. Most lab tests only search for THC. Drug test may confuse CBD for THC, resulting in a 'false positive.'
Full-spectrum CBD products are made with full range of cannabinoids and other beneficial compounds found in hemp plants, this included up to .3% THC which if the federal legal limit. Again, this amount will not cause you to get "high."
Isolate CBD products have no other cannabinoids from hemp. You can be confident that it has absolutely zero THC. CBD isolate means you do not get all the cannabinoids and other beneficial compounds.
No, not all CBD products are the same.
Pure ingredients and proper formulation is the biggest impact on the quality of CBD products. With CBD companies flooding the market there are many unreliable products. We believe you deserve to know where your CBD comes from and what is in each of our products. Our third party lab testing and certification can be found at the footer of each page in our website or by clicking on the Lab Testing box below.
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