Frequently asked question

  • CBD (Cannabidiol): A non-psychoactive compound found in hemp, known for its therapeutic benefits including pain relief, anxiety reduction, and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • CBG (Cannabigerol): Often referred to as the “mother of all cannabinoids,” CBG is the precursor to other cannabinoids like CBD and THC. It has potential benefits for gut health, inflammation, and neuroprotection.
  • CBN (Cannabinol): A mildly psychoactive compound that is derived from the degradation of THC. It is known for its sedative effects and may help with sleep and pain relief.
  • Full Spectrum: Contains all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and other beneficial compounds found in hemp, including a trace amount of THC (less than 0.3%).
  • THC-Free: Contains CBD or other cannabinoids but has removed all traces of THC, ideal for those who want to avoid THC entirely.
  • CBD: Pain relief, anxiety reduction, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotection, seizure reduction.
  • CBG: Gut health, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, neuroprotection.
  • CBN: Sleep aid, pain relief, appetite stimulation, antibacterial.

Place the desired dose under your tongue, hold for 60 seconds, then swallow. This method allows for faster absorption into the bloodstream.

Fast-acting relief, precise dosing, versatility in use (can be added to food or drinks).

Consider what effects you are looking for (e.g., relaxation, pain relief, better sleep) and whether you prefer Full Spectrum or THC-Free options.

Apply directly to the skin where you need relief. Massage the product in until it is fully absorbed. Targeted relief for pain, inflammation, and skin conditions without systemic effects.

No, topicals do not enter the bloodstream and therefore do not cause any psychoactive effects.

Simply eat the edible as you would any other food product. Follow the dosing instructions on the packaging. Effects typically take 30 minutes to 2 hours to kick in, as they must be digested and metabolized.

Side effects are rare but can include dry mouth, drowsiness, and changes in appetite.

Yes, CBD can be beneficial for pets for anxiety, pain, inflammation, and overall wellness.

Follow the dosing instructions on the product. Common methods include mixing it with their food or administering directly into their mouth.

Side effects in pets are rare but can include drowsiness, dry mouth, or slight changes in appetite.

While generally safe, it's important to start with a low dose and consult with your veterinarian, especially if your pet has underlying health conditions.