Frequently Asked Questions
Cannabidiol CBD Oil is one of more than 80 known components found in cannabis.
There’s an ever increasing amount of research pointing to various health benefits found in CBD, all while being non-psychoactive. The component responsible for giving users a “high” is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is prevalent in Cannabis and not in Hemp.
To see the latest research & studies in multiple disorders, visit Pubmed.org and ProjectCBD.org.
Yes it is. It is legal to sell and ship CBD products to ALL 50 states. Here’s why ...
*In March, 2017, the DEA acknowledged that CBD sourced from industrial hemp cultivated lawfully pursuant to the industrial hemp laws enacted under the 2014 US Farm Bill is legal. This is because “industrial hemp” is itself specifically excluded from the CSA’s definition of marijuana in Section 7606 of the Farm Bill. Since industrial hemp is excluded from the definition of the CSA, and a “product consist[ing] solely of parts of the cannabis plant excluded from the CSA definition of marijuana” is not included in the new drug code, then such product (in our case, CBD) is also excluded from the definition of marijuana under the CSA and is thus legal.
The Omnibus Appropriations Act of 2016 (P.L. 114-113) (“the Funding Act”), passed on December 18, 2015, contains a provision at section 763 that reads:
Some users place CBD oil as an additive to their food after it is prepared, not prior to food preparation. When CBD oil is heated to above 225 degrees it will start to degrade. CBD oil is not water soluble, so it won’t mix with water or juice.
*Physicians Grade does not endorse nor condone the ingestion of CBD as a food additive.
Everyone is different. Physicians Grade’s recommended serving size is enough for most people, but some take 2-3 times that amount or more. Please use your own judgement as this is oil based and may upset your stomach. The exact properties of CBD are still being researched and the ideal serving size for particular conditions haven’t been discovered yet. Our physician formulated products are made with the highest quality ingredients. While the medical community has not found that you can overdose on CBD, you should still exercise moderation and use common sense.
Everyone is different, and there are really no uniform results as this is for your health and well-being. It may take some a few days to a week before seeing results or feeling any effect, while others may have immediate results. In addition, some people do not feel anything from taking the products while others say they can feel a very subtle calming effect. Like any natural supplement, herbal, botanical, or traditional medicine – results will vary.
Our products have all been tested by a third-party lab for purity, potency, heavy metals, microbials, and solvents.
Our products contain trace amounts of THC, if any (always less than .03% THC by Federal law) in our Full Spectrum products. Physicians Grade Isolate products are THC Free. By ensuring THC levels are below the Federal legal limit of 0.3% our products are legal and categorized as hemp as they come from industrial hemp.
CBD is a Cannabinoid that anyone can take for overall health and wellness. It has been shown to have many potential medicinal properties and could contribute to the an enhanced well being.
There’s no necessary warning against driving, but depending on how much CBD you take, it may make you tired. We recommend learning how your body reacts to CBD first before engaging in any activities where you have the potential to cause harm to yourself or others.
Yes, we do create coupon codes on occassion based on promotions we are offering. If you have any questions on a coupon you may contact our customer service department at 1-800-674-3469 and an agent will be happy to discuss any question you have.