Frequently Asked Questions About CBD

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Frequently asked questions

What is CBD?


CBD is a chemical compound that comes from the cannabis plant, which provides medicinal properties. The letters stand for the word Cannabidiol. CBD comes from the plant marijuana, but it is also comes from hemp plant. Both provide medicinal properties. Both are in the cannabis family. The structural, chemical, and even cultivation of each plant is quite different.




What can CBD do for me?


Many sources, including Project CBD (which is a non-profit educational news service,) state multiple reasons people take CBD. Persons who deal with pain, inflammation, seizures, spasms, arthritis, diabetes, addictions, MS, depression, PTSD, as well as other neurological disorders, have found that taking CBD can be an appealing treatment option. CBD is currently being investigated at academic research centers for its neuroprotective and neurogenic effects, as well as its anti-cancer properties. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute or alternative to information from your health care practitioner. Please consult your doctor or pharmacist about potential interactions or possible complications before using any product.




Is CBD legal?


Industrial Hemp derived CBD is legal in all states. There is still great confusion, even among authorities, about the difference between Hemp and Marijuana. Check your state’s legal status regarding allowable THC percentage. Pure Cannaceutical products sold on this website contain zero THC.




If I take CBD, can I pass a drug test?


Pure Cannaceutical products are derived from hemp. They provide third party lab testing results and are committed to providing top quality CBD products to their consumers, guaranteeing legal status and zero detectable THC on a drug test. Not all companies can make that claim. It is important to note that many companies make CBD products which contain THC. Depending upon the state you live in, there are certain percentages of THC that are allowed in that state. HOWEVER, if your company has a zero tolerance policy, it is not worth the risk to consume the product in any form, if they don’t provide third party test results. Don’t be fooled by in-house test results. For Pure Cannaceutical product results, go to PureCannaceutical.com and click on the analysis report link.




Will these products get me high?


Pure Cannaceutical products will not get you high. THC (the cannabinoid that causes a “high”) has been removed by an extraction process. Marijuana can get you high, but Hemp won’t. Pure Cannaceutical products are made from Hemp. According to The Ministry of Hemp – America’s leading advocate for Hemp, if marijuana is grown close to a hemp field, the hemp’s pollen would immediately ruin the marijuana crop because it would dilute the psychoactivity of the marijuana plants.




Why all the health-hype about CBD?


Recent discovery of what is called the endocannabinoid system, is a network of neurons uniquely formed by God, than run throughout the inside of our bodies. These neurons are loaded with receptors that do a happy dance when cannabinoids are introduced to them. It’s like they are meant to be together. Suffice it to say, many people are experiencing greater health from consuming CBD, because the dance has begun.




What is Cannabis?


annabis is a plant family that includes many species, including both hemp and marijuana. Hemp and marijuana are two varieties of the same species of cannabis grown for different purposes. So there is some confusion in regard to when people say “cannabis”, they could mean “marijuana”, but the reference can also be to hemp. It would be like asking someone if they want an apple (species). But do they want a granny smith or do they want a red delicious (variety). In the apple example, everyone knows it’s an apple, but there are physical differences about them. Ask any good apple pie baker, and they will tell you that red delicious does not make the best pie. Apples are grown for different purposes. So is cannabis.




What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?


Hemp is a variety of cannabis growing to near 15 feet tall, has long sturdy stalks, and has multiple uses. It’s molecular compound delivers high in the cannabinoid CBD, and low THC. Marijuana is a variety of cannabis grown to about 5 feet tall and has more leaves and buds and its molecular compound delivers high in the cannabinoid THC (what gets you high), and lower in CBD. It is mainly used for recreational purposes, but also makes provision for synergistic pain relief.




Why is there such a price difference in CBD oils?


I get asked this question a lot. My immediate response is “BE CAREFUL”. Depending on the manufacturing process, it could have metal particulates or contain trace amounts of THC. Many oils are outsourced through other countries where soil and handling standards are not quality and as a result, may contain microscopic mold and fungus. Extraction practices vary and great care needs to be taken during the process so that other beneficial cannabinoids are not taken out. And a big question resides in the active molecule content of the oil. There is certainly a lot to consider. You can purchase a 2 oz. bottle of oil for $20 or $200, but you just might be getting what you paid for. As a CBD products distribution partner for Pure Cannaceutical and Canna-Meds Global by Can-Tek Labs, there is no need to worry about the quality of the products. All products are industrial hemp derived, and contain no THC (a psychoactive cannabinoid – so there’s no getting “high”). Not only that, they provide third-party lab testing results to prove there are NO traceable amounts of THC. The plants are grown with Organic Standards in Colorado. The extraction process is clean and results in a Full-Spectrum product – meaning you get more cannabinoids than just CBD. When Consistency and Potency are of the the highest concern as you look for CBD products, Can-Tek Labs, based in Oklahoma, uphold the Highest Standards in an Under-Regulated Industry.




Can I give CBD products to my pet?


We carry a specific line of products specifically formulated for pets and produced by Sat-A-Vet. Sat-A-Vet, by Can-Tek Labs, produces industry leading, full spectrum CBD products available today. Sat-A-Vet products are 100% free of THC and contain no pesticides, residual solvents, heavy metals, or toxic mildew and mold. All products they distribute are tested internally as well as independently by third party testing facilities to confirm and maintain accuracy and consistency, improving all quality control measures. Sat-A-Vet is proudly made in the U.S.A. Learn more about our pet products here





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