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Hemp & CBD Oil Frequently Asked Questions


1) What is cannabidiol (CBD)? What is CBD oil?

2) If a CBD hemp extract is 40% CBD, what’s the other 60%?  What’s in CBD Oil besides cannabidiol (CBD)?

3) How does cannabidiol/CBD oil work?

4) What’s the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?

5) Is CBD from Hemp as good as CBD from marijuana?

6) Is your CBD oil similar to Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil?

7) Why don’t you source your Hemp from within Colorado?

8) What’s the percentage of cannabidiol (CBD) in your product?

9) What is the best method of ingestion?

10) What’s the ideal serving size for me, and how often should I take it?

11) What is the safety of cannabidiol and your Hemp CBD oil? Are there negative side effects?

12) Which of your CBD products should I get (for X, Y, Z)?

13) Why are hemp derived cannabidiol/CBD oil products so expensive?

14) Why do people use CBD oil? CBD oil benefits and uses?

15) Is a standard hemp seed oil the same as a high CBD content CBD oil?

16) Do I need to move to Colorado to get CBD oil? Where do you ship your CBD oil?

17) Is your hemp derived CBD oil similar to Rick Simpson Hemp Oil?

18) Will I get ‘high’?

19) Where do you source you hemp/CBD from?

20) What kind of testing/analysis is performed on your products?

21) What is CO2 extraction?

1) What is cannabidiol (CBD)? What is CBD oil?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring constituent of industrial hemp/cannabis. It is the most abundant non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis, and is being scientifically investigated for various reasons.

‘CBD oil’ is a cannabis oil (whether derived from marijuana or industrial hemp, as ‘cannabis’ is the latin genus name for both) that has significant amounts of cannabidiol (CBD) contained within it.

Our CBD oils are derived from industrial hemp, so they could be considered CBD-rich hemp oil, hemp derived CBD oil, or CBD-rich cannabis oil. Again, cannabis doesn’t mean marijuana, but is the genus name, and general umbrella term which all forms of marijuana and hemp fall under. The form of cannabis we use for our CBD oils is industrial hemp; we do not sell marijuana.

2) If a CBD hemp extract is 40% CBD, what’s the other 60%?  

What’s in CBD Oil besides cannabidiol (CBD)?

Our CBD oils contain over 80 different phyto-cannabinoids, most notably cannabidiol (CBD), CBC, CBG, CBN, and probably others yet to be adequately identified. In addition to the cannabinoids present in our industrial hemp oil extracts, there are also many other types of natural molecules and phyto-chemical compounds such as amino acids, carbohydrates, vitamins (including B1, B2, B6, D, & E), fatty acids (including omega 3 & 6), trace minerals (including iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, & potassium), carotene, chlorophyll, flavanoids, ketones, nitrogenous compounds, alkanes, alcohols, glycosides, pigments, hemp seed oil, water, and terpenes. The most common terpenes in our CBD oils are Myrcene, Beta-caryophyllene, Terpinolene, Linalool, alpha-Pinene, beta-Pinene, Nerolidol og Phytol, trans-alpha-Bergamotene, Limonene/beta-Phellandrene (Co-elution), alpha-Humulene, (E)-beta-Farnesene, and delta-3-Carene.

3) How does CBD oil work?

At one point we had an elaborate answer written for this question, but for precautionary reasons we have deleted this from our website. Please research cannabidiol and CBD oil through other trusted resources to educate yourself as to how cannabidiol and hemp may effect the human system.

4) What’s the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?

Scientifically and genetically, industrial Hemp and Marijuana can be the same plant, with a genus and species name of Cannabis Sativa. Industrial Hemp is always a strain of Cannabis sativa, while marijuana can be Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, or Cannabis ruderalis. The major difference is how industrial hemp has been bred compared to a marijuana form of Cannabis sativa. Industrial hemp is very fibrous, with long strong stalks, and barely has any flowering buds, while a marijuana strain of Cannabis sativa will be smaller, bushier, and full of flowering buds. Marijuana, 99% of the time, has a high amount of THC and only a very low amount of CBD. Hemp, on the other hand, naturally has a very high amount of CBD, and naturally has a low, trace amount of THC. Fortunately, the cannabinoid profile of hemp is ideal for people looking for benefits from cannabis without the ‘high.’†

Hemp is used for making medicinal remedies, food, fiber, rope, paper, bricks, oil, natural plastic, and so much more. Whereas marijuana is usually used just recreationally, spiritually, and medicinally.

*Our hemp derived, CBD oil blends are sometimes referred to by people as cannabis oil, as the term cannabis can technically describe hemp or marijuana, and in our case cannabis oil is obviously being used to describe our hemp oils.

5) Is CBD from Hemp as good as CBD from marijuana?

The short answer is yes. CBD is CBD, whether from marijuana or hemp. Most marijuana has a very low cannabidiol profile, so most of the time hemp would be much more preferable regarding CBD potency because it naturally has such a high amount of it.†
There are however certain strains of marijuana that are being grown with a very high CBD content, but this is presently very rare. And the few growers that do have high CBD marijuana strains are struggling to provide for all the people in need. Our CBD percentage from hemp is still comparable to these high CBD marijuana strains, and will soon actually surpass them. So, industrial hemp is not just an ideal alternative to marijuana, but is most of the time the preferable choice.†

*The cannabis strain Charolotte’s Web is now considered a variety of hemp, which flies in the face of a common misconception that marijuana is a better source of CBD than hemp, being that Charlotte’s Web gave CBD the very popularity it is now experiencing. THC and CBD tend to balance each other out, ratio-wise, in cannabis plants, so if enough breeding attention is given to increasing CBD levels, the THC levels will naturally fall and eventually you will have a harvest that will be under .3% THC on a dry-weight basis, making it fall within the definition of Industrial Hemp. Hemp is truly a wonderful source of cannabidiol (CBD), as is obvious from our quality and the feedback we’ve received from thousands of different people.

6) Is your CBD oil similar to Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil?

Yes, they are similar, but there are slight differences. Just like Charlotte’s Web, the cannabis strains we use to produce our CBD oils are considered industrial hemp, a classification of Cannabis sativa with only trace amounts of THC (the main psychoactive component in the cannabis genus). However, our hemp cultivars are EU-certified, whereas Charlotte’s Web is not. We use multiple hemp cultivars for our products; Charlotte’s Web is just one of about 50 different strains of industrial hemp, all with low THC levels and high CBD levels. As with all natural products (think grapes and wine), with Hemp and CBD oil there are natural variances in odor, flavor, appearance, yield, etc., that are effected by the cultivar, year, location, month of harvest, elevation level, soil type, etc.. Examples of components in hemp that may vary batch to batch, year to year, include fatty acid content, vitamin content, mineral content, cannabinoid profile, terpene profile, amino acid profile, and more. So although the CBD levels are extremely similar, there will be other, maybe less important variances between Charlotte’s Web and the EU-certified strains we use.

Another point of interest is that all our CBD extracts are produced through subcritical and supercritical CO2 extraction processes, whereas with Charlotte’s Web CBD oil it’s hard to determine what method of extraction is being used, as it’s not mentioned very clearly anywhere it’s sold. The Stanley Brothers have mentioned using a rotary evaporator, which indicates they are using a solvent, but which one is not mentioned anywhere that we looked. On the other hand, we only use CO2 for our extractions, a natural compound which is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the FDA. CO2 extraction is widely regarded as the safest and most efficient method for extracting any botanical substance, including hemp. As it stands, we and most others have no idea how Charlotte’s Web CBD oil is really produced.
7) Why don’t you source your Hemp from within Colorado?

We sell country-wide and worldwide, so we must abide by the federal and not just state law. Regarding hemp cultivation, the state and federal laws here in the United States are presently contradicting, and to avoid stepping into an ambiguous area of the law, we are only sourcing our hemp from countries that we know for certain it is legal to do so from. This way, to the best of our knowledge, we are following both state and federal law and are able to provide CBD to people all around the USA and in various other countries.

We hope to be able to one day provide Colorado Hemp CBD all around the country and world, but we can’t do this until and if hemp farming becomes fully legalized at the federal level.
8) What’s the percentage of cannabidiol in your product?

Our base CBD extracts have varying percentages of CBD content. The range has been 7%-40% so far. We use multiple hemp cultivars, grown outdoors in several countries, under different climate conditions, so there is naturally a variance in the final biochemical composition of the oil extracts.

This however has no effect on how much pure cannabidiol (CBD) goes into each bottle of oil. Most of our CBD oils have approximately 250mg of cannabidiol per one fluid ounce of our Hemp CBD oil. So if we have a 20% extract, we’ll put twice as much of that extract in a bottle compared to if we used a 40% extract. The final amount of actual cannabidiol (CBD) in a bottle will always be the same despite the variation in percentage.

We are soon going to release (before the new year) a more concentrated oil, 5% CBD by weight, which will contain 1,500mg cannabidiol (CBD) per 1 fluid ounce. Again, this has no bearing on efficacy, compared to MG content ingested, but we are releasing this for ease of consumption for those looking to ingest higher doses.

9) How do I use CBD oil? What is the best method?

As a dietary supplement we can only recommend our CBD hemp oil blends for internal consumption. We generally recommend 15 drops as a serving size, but encourage experimentation.

10) What’s the ideal serving size for me, and how often should I take it?

The ideal serving size is not known. In one study we looked at, 2mg of cannabidiol (CBD) had similar effects as 200mg CBD. An important factor to be acknowledged when considering this question is that most of the studies and research being performed on CBD use an isolated form of synthetic cannabidiol. Our whole plant, hemp derived CBD oil is different- the CBD most likely works in conjunction with the other cannabinoids (CBN, CBC, CBG, etc.), terpenes, vitamins, minerals, omega lipids and other natural phytochemicals present in industrial hemp.

Also worth mentioning is that the weight of the person may play a role in how the CBD effects the body. A 40 pound child most likely won’t need the same amount as a 250 pound man to gain a similar result.†

We generally suggest experimentation when figuring out a good serving for you or your loved one. Phtyochemical constituents from hemp (like CBD) are considered by most to be relatively safe, and there hasn’t been seen any major side effects that we’ve ever seen or heard of. What seems to work may vary greatly from person to person.†

One last note on this topic is that your body will most likely build up a storage of cannabidiol in the body, which is unlike many chemicals. Unlike alcohol, which is usually absent from the blood stream and body within 24-48 hours after ingestion, cannabidiol is fat soluble and may stay bound to the cells of the body for weeks. This is important to know because after a few weeks of using CBD oil a lesser amount may be required to gain effects similar to the original servings.†

11) What is the safety of cannabidiol and your Hemp CBD oil? Are there negative side effects?

Cannabidiol (CBD), and other phytochemical constituents of cannabis are generally considered to be safe.  In hemp’s thousands of years of use there has not been one recorded fatality or major illness contributed to it’s use that we know of.†

Very rarely people will complain of a short lasting and mild stomach pain. This usually subsides after 2-3 days of use. Two out of thousands of our customers have made note of this.†

With high servings some people can experience a slight sedative effect.†

In very high servings (upwards of 200mg of CBD per serving) some people experience what’s being labeled as Dysphoria, an unpleasant emotional state. This is incredibly rare though, and has only been mentioned when using abnormally high amounts of CBD.

12) Which of your CBD products should I get (for X, Y, Z)?

As a company who sells various dietary and food supplements, we can’t suggest any of our products for the prevention, treatment or cure of any disease or ailment.

When considering our different CBD products, know that they all come in two strengths. Our traditional CBD oils (Hemp CBD Oil, CBD Complete, Brainpower CBD oil, Bulletproof CBD oil) all have 250mg of cannabidiol per fluid ounce, and our concentrated oils have 1,500mg per fluid ounce, six times the potency of our traditional oils. We’ve found that sometimes less is more, but nevertheless, some people like to take very large serving sizes of cannabidiol, and thus choose to purchase the concentrated CBD oils.

The main difference between the four traditional oils is the additional herbal ingredients aside from cannabidiol (CBD). Because we can’t recommend any of those additional herbal ingredients for any disease or ailment, we suggest you research the separate components of each blend to determine which product may be most appealing to add to your dietary regimen. If you know it’s solely the CBD that you looking for, with no additional ingredients, then Hemp CBD Oil or CBD Silver (6x concentrated version of the Hemp CBD Oil) is what you are looking for.


13) Why are hemp derived cannabidiol (CBD oil) products so expensive?

Our cannabidiol rich, hemp oil blends (CBD oils) are produced from industrial hemp, and in order for us to legally (through Federal law) acquire and sell the hemp oil, the hemp must be grown outside the United States. So in order for us to get it here and be able to sell it to all fifty states and worldwide, we must import it from out of the country (more specifically we acquire our hemp oil from multiple European countries), and the importation is very costly.

A supercritical CO2 oil extraction is performed on the stalks and seeds of mature industrial hemp plants, and the resulting hemp oil is analyzed in a laboratory through an HPLC test. Then the raw CO2 extracted hemp oil is shipped to the U.S. and is further refined at a GMP certified facility. The purified hemp oil is then again analyzed for it’s potency and purity. And then turning this high cbd, hemp oil extract into our final cbd oil blends is another additional process that takes time and resources. And then a final testing is performed on the finished cbd oil blends at Cannlabs in Denver. These necessary steps to ensure ultimate potency and purity throughout each stage of the process, and the facilities that are required to perform all the steps, all add up to hemp derived cannabidiol (CBD Oil) products being very costly to manufacture.

We hope to see the cultivation of industrial hemp become fully legal within the United States. There are small steps being taken in this direction, and we are hopeful that process will continue favorably. This would lead to a dramatic decrease in cost for both the manufacturers and consumers of Hemp products, including Hemp CBD oil.

14) Why do people use CBD oil? CBD oil benefits and uses?
In accordance with US regulations we can not make health claims regarding our CBD oil, hemp oil, or any dietary supplement. Please refer to an informational source that isn’t involved with the sales of any dietary supplements, and is a trusted educational source for cannabidiol research. People from all walks of life with greatly varying circumstances are using our CBD oil. We can send links to research and our testimonial list by private email request only.
15) Is a standard hemp seed oil the same as a high CBD content CBD oil?

Absolutely not. Standard hemp oil, which can be found very cheaply at a grocery store, is a much different product than our Hemp CBD oil. Standard hemp oil is produced by cold pressing the seeds, whereas our CBD extract is a supercritical CO2 extraction of the hemp plant itself. Regular hemp oil is considered to be a great nutritive food, and may provide benefits for certain ailments, but it only has a trace amount of CBD in it, and it is the CBD that is being so widely recognized and studied for it’s potentially far reaching abilities. We emulsify our CBD extract into hemp seed oil, but it is the CBD that is undoubtedly the main ingredient that makes our product stand out.†

16) Do I need to move to Colorado to get CBD oil? Where do you ship your CBD oil?

Many people are under the impression that the only way to acquire cannabidiol oil for themselves or a loved one is to move to Colorado and get on the waiting lists for CBD from dispensaries and such. Many big news outlets are misinformed and are unfortunately spreading this idea, that you can only get CBD in the states where medical marijuana has been legalized. This is simply not the case though. Because our CBD comes from hemp, and because we acquire it legally from outside the U.S., we can and do ship to all fifty states, and no medical marijuana card is needed.

We ship all around the world too, but we don’t know the CBD/hemp laws of other countries, so it is up to the consumer to know their country’s laws and whether they should be ordering CBD oil there or not. We are not responsible if an international customer orders from us and the product is taken at his or her country’s customs control. We will ship all around the world, but again, it is the responsibility of the customer to know the laws of his or her own country.

17) Is your CBD hemp oil similar to Rick Simpson Hemp Oil?

They are similar, as the hemp oils and potential effects are similar looking and acting. But our Hemp CBD oil is more highly standardized and will usually have a much higher content of cannabidiol than one produced through the Rick Simpson method. And oils produced through his method will usually have a much higher THC content.†

Rick Simpson Hemp Oil is actually more a method of extraction than it is a specific product. People use the Rick Simpson method with hundreds of different strains of marijuana, so the THC and CBD content of the final oil is always varying greatly, depending on the cannabis the consumers are acquiring. Usually what’s used for Rick Simpson oil is a strain with an inferior CBD content (and high THC), because that’s what the vast amount of marijuana is nowadays. And because our Hemp (not marijuana) is naturally high in cannabidiol (CBD) the CO2 oil extract consistently has a high amount of CBD and only trace amounts of THC. †

Our CBD oil is always made from industrial hemp, and Rick Simpson Hemp Oil from marijuana, so the differences that were discussed in question #4 apply here as well. Because our CBD hemp oil is highly standardized and the CBD content is always the same high amount, it is much more useful in trying to figure out a proper regimen and serving size.†

18) Will I get ‘high’?

No. Our CBD oils are all made from industrial hemp, which only has trace amounts of THC, so you will not get high from our products.

19) Where do you source your hemp/CBD from?

We source our industrial hemp and CBD extracts from locally operated hemp farms all over Europe, including the countries of Denmark, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and others. We do not, will not, and have never sourced our hemp from China.

We will soon be CO2 extracting our own CBD oils from locally grown hemp in Colorado, but for the time being that is for our new Colorado-only division that won’t participate in interstate or global commerce. At a certain point, if the regulations open up to allow for it, we will replace our internationally sourced hemp operation with Colorado grown, but for now we will keep these divisions separate.

20) What kind of testing/analysis is performed on your products?

We have a very strict, internal quality assurance system, and we have third party laboratories analyze all of our hemp-CBD extracts and our final products for:

Cannabinoid potency
Heavy Metals
Bacterial and Microbial
Mycotoxin (Fungal)

21) What is CO2 extraction?

CO2 extraction is an extraction process that uses pressurized carbon dioxide to pull the desired phyto-chemicals (such as CBD) from a plant.  CO2 at certain temperatures and pressures acts like a solvent, without the dangers of actually being one. Many hemp and marijuana companies use alcohol, solvents, and other questionable materials in their extraction/manufacturing process, but CO2 extraction is hands down regarded as the safest, and most effective as well. It is the most expensive extraction method used in the plant extraction market (not just cannabis industry), and is widely considered the most effective and safest plant extraction method in the world.

Many hemp and marijuana companies boast about their supercritical CO2 extractions, but that’s actually only one (and perhaps an inferior) method of using a CO2 extraction machine. There are also subcritical CO2 extractions, and ‘mid-critical’, a general range between subcritical and supercritical. Subcritical (low temperature and low pressure) CO2 extractions take more time and produce smaller yields than supercritical, but they retain the essential oils, terpenes, and other sensitive chemicals. Supercritical, on the other hand, is a high pressure and high temperature process that damages most terpenes and heat sensitive chemicals, but can extract much larger molecules such as lipids (omega 3 and 6), chlorophyll, and waxes. A truly full-spectrum CO2 extract includes first performing a subcritical extraction, separating the extracted oil, and then extracting the same plant material using supercritical pressure, and then homogenizing both oil extracts into one. In the essential oil industry, an extract made using this specific process is referred to as a CO2 Total.

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