1. What is Cannabidiol (CBD)?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is found in both hemp and marijuana plants. There are over 100 known cannabinoids with CBD and THC being the most widely used and researched. Some therapeutic properties of CBD include but are not limited to, anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety.
2. Is CBD Legal?
CBD is legal in the USA when it is extracted from a hemp plant. All of the products listed on our site contain 99% CBD and less than 0.3% THC (legal limit). However, we do recommend doing your own due diligence on the legality of CBD in your local legislation.
3. Will CBD get me “high”?
CBD contains no psychoactive properties that will get you “high.” The high that’s associated with marijuana comes from a separate chemical known as THC.
4. What is your return policy?
Please visit our "Shipping and Returns" page for all of our refund policies.
5. Do you ship International?
No, at this time we do not ship internationally.
6. What is the difference between CBD and THC?
Please see the infographic on our knowledge center page for the key differences between CBD and THC.
7. Does your CBD contain THC?
Our CBD products contain under 0.3% THC, which is considered the legal reporting limit. Please feel free to review our lab results for each batch.
8. What are the ways in which I can take CBD?
There are multiple methods of using CBD. You can vaporize, ingest (i.e. capsules, food) or apply topically.
9. What is the best way to take Nature's Reserve CBD Isolate?
We recommend dabbing it.
10. How will CBD make me feel?
CBD has become popular for its many positive medicinal properties it provides the user. It is difficult to say exactly the effects you will feel from ingesting it because many people experience CBD differently. However, it contains NO THC so you will not get the feeling of being “high.”
11. What are Terpenes (Terps)?
Terpenes are the natural oils which give cannabis and hemp plants their pleasant odor and taste. Each and every terpene provides unique effects for the user. Therefore, when terpenes are added to CBD it will offer the user a wider range of benefits.
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