Hemp Research is here with the FAQ to answer your questions and give you accurate answers.
Q. Can Hemp get you “high”?
A. No. Hemp is very low in THC, the psychoactive part and very high in CBD.
Q. What is CBD?
A. CBD (cannabidiol) is one of many chemical compounds called cannabinoids.
Q. What are cannabinoids?
A. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found in cannabis plants. These cannabinoids fire our CB receptors within our endocannabinoid system, which cause our body to go into homeostasis.
Q. What is an endocannabinoid system?
A. All humans and mammals have an endocannabinoid system that has CB receptors running throughout. There are two main receptors the CB 1 and the CB 2.
The CB 1 receptor is located in the brain and balances and regulates the neurological system and the CB 2 regulates and balances the immune system. When these are all firing, it brings our body into homeostasis.
Q. Should you always make sure your CBD Oil is triple-lab tested?
A. Yes. If a company is not willing to share this with you, it is a red flag. Triple-lab testing is checking for potency, residual solvents, pesticides and mycotoxins of the CBD hemp oil.
Q. If it says, 300 mg, 600 mg, etc…on the bottle, is that how much CBD I am getting per serving?
A. No. This can be misleading, as some people think this is how much they are getting in one actual serving. Always make sure to look on the bottle to see how much actual CBD per serving you are receiving. It should say on the bottle. If not, buyer beware.
Learn about how our endocannabinoid system plays a vital role in our health and how it puts our bodies into homeostasis.