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What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring chemical compound that is extracted and processed from flowers of cannabis plants such as hemp. There are many ongoing studies looking at the effects of CBD. Unlike its cousin THC, CBD is not “high-inducing” or intoxicating.


What is the difference between Broad Spectrum and Full Spectrum?

Broad Spectrum CBD Extract is processed without any THC present in the final product, whereas Full Spectrum CBD Extract contains trace amounts of THC in accordance with Minnesota State Statutes.


What problems can CBD help me with?

CBD is one of the most promising organic compounds known to humans. Recent scientific and medical research is revealing its many benefits including treating discomfort, inflammation, stress, sleeplessness, irritated skin, and much more. Every person is different and has a different tolerance when it comes to cannabinoids depending on body type, make-up, level of use, etc. 


How do I use CBD?

You can use CBD and feel the positive effects from it in a few different ways. You can use it topically through balms or orally through our oils and gummies. The products you choose can be based on personal preference; maybe you prefer ingesting your CBD instead of rubbing it on your skin or maybe you prefer a combination of both topical and oral. It can also be based on the effect you are hoping to achieve like better sleep, pain and inflammation or stress. Everyone is different so what works for others might not work for you. Sometimes it takes a little experimenting!


Are CBD and THC legal in Minnesota?

Yes, it is legal nationwide. Because the product only contains trace amounts of THC, our CBD is non-psychoactive and legal in all 50 states without a prescription. CBD Oil and other hemp products are considered to be food-based. As such, there are no restrictions on the production, sale, and consumption of hemp extract oil (CBD) in the United States.


What’s the difference between CBD and THC?

The main difference between the CBD and THC is how differently they react and affect your body. Both cannabis and hemp produce CBD and THC. However, cannabis has a higher concentration of THC. Hemp has a higher concentration of CBD.