CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol, a chemical compound called a cannabinoid that is found in the cannabis sativa plant. When consumed, CBD interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system, which is made up of receptors that control a number of bodily functions. CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it does not make the consumer feel “high.”
Over 100 unique cannabinoids have been found in the cannabis plant. The psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis is THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). CBD is completely non-psychoactive.
No, CBD is non-psychoactive. Canna Hemp’s products are made with CBD isolate, an isolated form of CBD that may contain trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%).
Canna Hemp sources its hemp-CBD from licensed hemp growers in Colorado and Nevada.
All Canna Hemp products are manufactured in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For the most part, yes. Canna Hemp’s natural-branded products and topicals do not contain terpenes. All other products do contain terpenes that are extracted from cannabis plants.
Yes, all products and the materials that they are made of are third-party tested. We do this to ensure the highest-quality products possible.
From vape pens and capsules to elixirs and topicals, there are a number of ways to consume CBD. There are a few ways to consume CBD:
CBD can be administered sublingually, meaning under the tongue. This method is known to be faster acting than others, as the cannabinoid is absorbed into the bloodstream via the mucosal membrane inside the mouth.
Ingesting CBD is one of the stronger consumption methods, as the cannabinoid is metabolized by the liver. This method increases CBD’s bioaccessibility.
CBD oil can be vaporized and inhaled, which is the fastest method of consumption.
CBD oil is often added to lotions and creams, which are applied to the skin. Some products are transdermal, meaning the CBD is absorbed into the bloodstream when rubbed into the skin.