We understand how confusing CBD can be to understand. From understanding what CBD can actually do for the body & mind, knowing how much CBD to take, the different types of CBD, where your CBD is coming from, what strength of CBD to take and so on. We have included FAQ's as well as common topics and some clarity on any confusion that could possibly arise when researching the industry.


The compound CBD can come from the Hemp plant OR Marijuana plant; Both are in the Cannabis family. In order to be legal in the state of TN, any Hemp derived CBD product must contain .03% or less THC. There tends to be confusion behind this; in some cases people believe that CBD that comes from the Hemp plant is not as good as CBD from the Marijuana plant, when in fact the compound CBD can come from either plant and still be just as beneficial. OR another common confusion is the amount of .03% or less THC in that CBD product can get you "high". When in fact you cannot get that euphoric "high" from CBD, it is always a good idea to follow label instructions when taking your product of choice.


Yes there is a difference between the two! Hemp oil is NOT CBD oil and will not do the same thing or be near as strong as CBD oil. Hemp oil typically comes from the seeds of the Hemp plant and those seeds are cold pressed. People mainly take Hemp oil for its Fatty Acid compounds. Some companies will label their product as “Hemp Derived” or “Hemp Oil” but you will find the word CBD somewhere else on the packaging if this is a true CBD oil. Now, some CBD products actually contain Hemp oil as well, making the product that much more beneficial!


There are different methods used when extracting the CBD compound (along with other compounds) from the plant.

A common, clean extraction method is CO2 extraction; which is what a lot of companies have turned to, present  day.

Another method is called Nano-Emulsion. A summarized breakdown of this method would be: Nano-Emulsion send nano sized emulsions (ripples) into the oil which produces a larger water solubility within the body; helping the body to absorb more as well as absorb quicker into the bloodstream.

Cold pressed CBD products are another method that is commonly used today.


When buying CBD, you will most likely come across the term "Full Spectrum", "Isolate", or "Broad Spectrum".

Full Spectrum means this CBD oil contains a wide variety of compounds such as CBD, CBDA, THC, THCV, CBG and so on. Many believe Full Spectrum products are the most beneficial because these products contain a vast array of compounds. (Each compound works in the body differently and helps in its own way.) On the other hand, there is a scarce, fraction of a chance one could test positive on a drug test IF improper use of the Full Spectrum product occurs. Although this is HIGHLY unlikely, there is a 99.9% chance that will not happen.

Isolate means the CBD product contains only the compound CBD. Meaning it is 100% pure CBD, with NO THC. The compound CBD by itself is a great alternative if you are needing the beneficial aspects of the product with no chance of failing a drug test. Although you would miss out on the benefits of other compounds, an Isolate product is still a wonderful choice.

Broad Spectrum CBD is when you need the best of both worlds. Broad Spectrum is a formula containing CBD as well as a number of other compounds MINUS the THC. So you have the beneficial aspects of more than CBD but without the THC. This is fairly new when it comes to scientific research and the exact benefits and aspects that make up the Broad Spectrum family, but known to be beneficial.


ALWAYS request lab results from any place you buy your CBD products. Third party lab results will show you the percentage of each compound that makes up the product you are buying. Meaning, you can see if there is really any trace amounts (.03% or less) of THC. If the company or business can't provide lab results or tell you which farm the Hemp was grown at, you are 100% in the right to question the product and do some research before buying.






 What is Hemp?

Hemp is a plant in the Cannabis family that is grown for not only medicinal purposes but also things such as the following: food, nutritional supplements, medicine, skin/body care products, paper, building materials, plastic, bio-fuels, and a LOT more.

What is CBD?

Its full name, Cannabidiol, is 1 of 100's of compounds that come from the Hemp OR Marijuana plant. But in most cases for legal purposes, comes from the Hemp plant. The Hemp plant can be grown outdoors or indoors. Once the plant has finished harvesting, the plant is then extracted hence where the compound CBD then comes from. The extraction process used to get the oil from the plant contains many highly nutritious properties on top of the compounds. The benefits of certain extraction methods are as listed: omega 3 fatty acids, natural terpenes, vitamins & minerals, chlorophyll, amino acids and more. 

What does CBD Help with?

Epilepsy/Seizures, Anxiety, Depression, Anti-Inflammatory, Nausea, Aches & Pains, Recovery from surgery, Diabetes, Acne, Memory Loss, Nicotine & Drug addiction, Reduction of Cancer cells over time, Arthritis, Headaches & Migraines, Digestion, Stress, Relaxation, Tension, Insomnia, Restlessness, Muscle & Joint pain, Sore Muscles & Limbs, Blood flow, Mood, Dietary Supplement, Allergies, and MANY more things.

Can CBD get you high?

No, this is a non-psychoactive substance that does not affect or alter your thoughts and behaviors in a psychoactive way.

Can I 'overdose' or take too much CBD?

To this day, there have been no reported or known incidents in which CBD has caused a fatal accident. According to a 2011 study, regular daily doses up to 1,500mg have been reported to be well tolerated in human beings.

Is CBD the same as Marijuana (THC)?

They are apart of the same species of plant known as Cannabis Sativa L, but they are not the same thing. They have different qualities but similar uses. With Hemp, there is most commonly a high % of CBD and low % of THC. While Marijuana has a high % of THC and low % of CBD.

Is CBD legal where I live?

Yes! CBD is legal in all 50 states but must contain less than .03% THC in most states.