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Here are the laws by state of where we can ship to. All of Cannashine’s CBD is HEMP Derived.
Check the list of states above where CBD is regulated heavily. Will not ship to any state where Federal limits .3% THC is not legal.
All of our CBD is derived from hemp.
CBD or cannabidiol, is a naturally occurring cannabinoid derived from the cannabis sativa plant. CBD is typically derived from hemp due to its high CBD and low THC levels. CBD is non-psychoactive meaning it won’t make the user high.
CBD is used in health supplements to help improve and regulate the body’s ECS or Endocannabinoid System. There is a wide range of benefits CBD products have to offer, including an improved mental state, a decrease in body discomfort, a boost in immune system health, and improved overall health. CBD comes in various products, forms and potencies that include but not limited to CBD oil, CBD edibles, CBD topical products, and CBD vape products.
Full-spectrum CBD oil includes terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids. These other cannabinoids include THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the cannabinoid commonly known for its intoxicating effects. Legally all hemp-derived CBD can’t contain any more than 0.3 percent THC. This small amount of THC won’t cause any intoxicating effects. Full-spectrum CBD oil can improve the effectiveness of the CBD also know as the entourage effect.
Yes, hemp CBD is legal in all 50 states, however, some states have put restrictions on CBD. Federal regulations require CBD products to contain no more than 0.3 percent THC and follow regulations established by the Food and Drug Administration. States like Idaho, Wyoming, Texas, Louisiana, and Kansas have legalized CBD as long as it doesn’t contain any THC. Other states have legalized CBD as long as it isn’t combined with foods or drinks. The legal landscape continues to change as state laws shift and FDA regulations transform.
Since hemp CBD contains such low amounts of THC, which is the compound tested in drug tests, occasional use of CBD oil shouldn’t come up on a drug test. However there is no guarantee for anyone based on usage.
CBD may interfere with a few medications. We recommend those who are taking medication to consult with their doctor or healthcare professional before adding CBD oil to their daily routine.
All CBD products should list the recommended serving size and CBD potency per serving. This can help you gauge how much is right for you. Start with a small dosage and work your way up, this will help you determine how much is right for your body. While doing this, take note of how you feel and how much you take. Once you feel the desired effects, continue taking that amount until you feel the need to change it.
Even though CBD may offer many health benefits, it is rare but some people may experience side effects. These side effects include a change in appetite, drowsiness, or dry mouth. If you experience any undesirable side effects, cut back on the amount you take or discontinue use. If you experience any severe side effects seek medical attention. This is extremely rare. The majority of people can take CBD without any negative effects at all.