What is CBD?

CBD (Cannabidiol) is a non-intoxicating compound found in the hemp and cannabis plant. Specifically, CBD and THC (the most recognized cannabinoid causing the ‘high’ feeling) are amongst 113 phytocannabinoids that can be used to supplement the body’s insufficient production of cannabinoids. Numerous scientific studies are posted weekly showing the profound improvement of participants’ health when consuming CBD. CBD is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory health supplement that is very safe (non-lethal even at high doses). 

 It’s like non-alcoholic weed.
 

How can CBD help me?

CBD helps with the following conditions: inflammation, pain, anxiety, psychosis, seizures, nausea, muscle cramps and spasms, IBS, sleeping and eating disorders, and numerous others. CBD has even greater potential for improved overall health and has been shown to combat  alcoholism, arthritis, diabetes, depression, PTSD, chronic pain, sychophrozia, cancer, epilepsy, and has demonstrable neuroprotective and neurogenic effects. CBD interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS).  

CBD use can restore your body back to homeostasis.
 

Why does CBD work?

CBD influences the cannabinoid receptors, specifically the CB-2 receptors throughout the body. CB-2 receptors mainly regulate the immune system. By controlling the receptors, CBD regulates the amount of AEA and 2AG absorbed by the body. When CBD reduces the intake of AEA, pain is reduced improving one’s overall well-being. CBD and other phytocannabinoids influence CB-2 receptors throughout the body, improving many health issues and body organs. 

for more information on CBD, visit visit www.projectcbd.org.
 

How much CBD do I take?

Always consult a physician when consuming dietary supplements and vitamins - CBD and hemp supplements are no different. As a rule of thumb, 10 mg per 100 lbs is the most often recommended dosage. When new to CBD, start with ½ the dose and add if needed. The cannabinoid CBN can cause some drowsiness, so if new please consume before bedtime. Consume other pharmaceutical medicines at different times. Follow a daily recommended water consumption of 8 glasses.

start with less as you can always add more

How can I take CBD?

CBD can be smoked or vaped for immediate results. CBD flowers, oils, and waxes are produced from the hemp plant with specific cannabinoids aimed at treating certain ailments. Treating migraines, nausea, pain, and menstrual cramps are top health issues for this type of consumption.

CBD tinctures containing full spectrum cannabinoids (Huxhemp only stocks full spectrum hemp products) are extracted from the plant by numerous methods. Most brands extract with coconut oil, CO2, or through another healthy means. The tinctures are dropped beneath the tongue and absorbed into the bloodstream resulting in an effect within minutes. Tinctures are used for almost all ailments and the most common product.

CBD topicals are absorbed into the skin and like tinctures, are effective within minutes. Topicals come in the form of lotions, salves, balms, soaps, ….CBD topicals are extremely effective for the treatment of inflammation, arthritis, joint pain, and skin ailments. Since topicals are absorbed by the largest organ in the body (skin), results can be felt immediately in numerous areas. 

CBD edibles are absorbed by the liver as the body breaks down through the digestive system. This method has the longest onset of effects - usually 45min to 1hour - but can result in the strongest effects. Because of the strength and absorption method, edibles are most often used to treat anxiety, pain, PTSD and as a sleep-aid.

HuxHemp only stocks full spectrum hemp products.
 

Will I get high?

No, fortunately (or unfortunately) all of our products contain zero THC which can cause a “high” feeling. Although THC has many health benefits as well, hemp products must contain less than 0.3% THC under the Federal Farm Act. CBD will improve your overall health and mood, lifting one’s spirits.

CBD, even at high levels, is a safe product.

 

What is the legal status of CBD?

CBD is classified as a hemp dietary supplement regulated by the USDA and legal under the Federal Farm Act of 2014. A new bill is awaiting the president’s signature to solidify the legal status nationally (currently regulated by states).  No medical card required for any purchases or entry. 

as long as it can’t get you high, it’s legal in all 50 states.