TRUTHS ABOUT CBD

CBD is one of over 560 compounds found in cannabis. 483 of these compounds are exclusively unique to the cannabis family.

Hemp and marijuana are different species included in the cannabis plant classification.

Hemp will not get you high, unlike its closely related cousin, marijuana.

Many of the claims made about CBD are inaccurate due to source specificity.

The products created from the cannabis plant, marijuana and hemp, are both called CBD oil. All of our products are made from HEMP.

There are numerous misconceptions and incorrect information regarding CBD. Most of the confusion arises due to non-specificity, unreliable sources, and greed. Figuring out the true differences between CBD, hemp oil, hemp seed oil, and all the other associated terms is a long, hard journey. It is even harder to determine what may or may not work for you or a family member. We encourage everyone to do their own research but remain mindful of hidden agendas and biased propaganda.

FACTS ABOUT CBD PRODUCTS MADE FROM TN HEMP

100% LEGAL

(federally and in the state of TN)

Ref. Sec. 7606 of the 2014 TN Farm Bill. Hemp Farming Act (S. 2667). Sec.12619 of the 2018 Farm Bill

Non-Psychoactive

Containing less than 0.3% THC, hemp derived CBD will not get you high or cause any form of intoxication.

Safe

Strict state regulatory guidelines on growing and production are enforced by the TN Dept of Agriculture ensuring the safety of TN CBD products.

What You Need to Know About CBD

HEMP OIL IS CBD OIL

Hempseed oil is made from pressed seeds only. While it has very little CBD, it does have health benefits, such as Omegas.

CBD Hemp oil is one of 3 types:

1)Full Spectrum (<0.3%thc)

2) Broad Spectrum has everything (including terpenes and cannabinoids) that FullSpectrum hasminus the thc.

3) Isolates are just CBD.

In TN, only hemp extracted CBD products are legal. That means that the product must have less than 0.3% THC. Full spectrum CBD is the most effective. Unfortunately, the small amount of THC does increase the occurrence of false positives on drug screenings in very rare cases. An isolate, which is the isolated CBD compound, contains 0% THC and has no risk of triggering a false positive.