Frequently Asked Questions
What is CBD ?
Cannabidiol (CBD), is a natural, non-intoxicating compound extracted from cannabis plants.
Is CBD legal?
Our CBD products are extracted from industrial hemp. Unlike the marijuana plant, hemp contains less than 0.3 percent of THC, and is legal in all 50 states.
Is CBD safe?
CBD has been shown to be safe to use in high doses. CBD will not cause a fatal overdose.
What are the effects of CBD?
CBD has shown to have the following effects:
- Alerting in low to moderate doses,
- Sedating in high doses,
- Reduces pain,
- Reduces muscle spasms,
- Stops nausea/vomiting,
- Reduces anxiety/depression,
- Counters psychotic thoughts,
Source: Cannabis Revealed
What does "Full Spectrum" mean?
There are many other beneficial compounds in the hemp plant. Several scholarly studies have shown that together they create an entourage effect, working together to increase their efficacy.
Isolates are formulated with pure CBD, as some users prefer products that contain no THC.
Will CBD make me “high”?
Our CBD products are extracted from industrial hemp, which must legally contain less than 0.3 percent THC. You may feel a relaxing sensation, but there is no “high” effect.
Will CBD use show up on a drug test?
No. All our CBD products are tested by independent laboratories to contain less than 0.3 percent of THC, which is a legal stipulation by the FDA.
Are negative drug interactions possible with CBD?
Yes. CBD is metabolized by a group of enzymes called the CYP450. These enzymes are responsible for metabolizing many commonly used drugs. CBD can inhibit the activity of the CYP450 enzymes. Consult your physician when using CBD alongside life preserving medications for serious conditions (i.e. epilepsy medications).
Is CBD FDA approved?
Not yet. But with the surge of CBD consumption worldwide, we believe the FDA will eventually carry extensive research and create standards - which we applaud.
The Med Store is fully compliant with current FDA regulations. On the bottom of every page in this website you will find the required disclaimer.