What is CBD? What is Full-Spectrum Hemp CBD oil?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of at least 113 active compounds found in a Cannabis Sativa plant. When an oil is extracted from the plant, CBD can account for up to 40% of the phytocannabinoid profile of the extraction.

CBD has been found to be non-psychoactive and in the last few years has been further studied for its potential effects and benefits in human health.

Full-Spectrum Hemp CBD Oil refers to an oil extraction of a Hemp CBD rich plant that contains a full phytocannabinoid profile. Meaning that the oil contains terpenes, cannabinoids, and flavonoids that are naturally occurring in the Hemp CBD rich plant.

CBD Life only sells and works with companions that provide Full-Spectrum Hemp based CBD oils and products.

Is Hemp seed oil the same as Hemp based CBD oil extract?

No, they are not the same. Hemp Seed oil is just that, Hemp oil that is pressed from the seeds of the plant. When researching Hemp seed oil, you will find that it has its own potential health benefits.

Hemp based CBD oil is oil that is extracted from the whole Hemp plant and produces a full range of terpenes, cannabinoids, and other compounds that are naturally occurring in the Hemp plant.

Can I legally buy Hemp CBD oil?

Yes, all CBD from industrial hemp is federally legal. The current federal government’s ruling is this: CBD products made from industrial hemp are legal within the U.S. as long as they contain less than 0.3% THC. More specially, CBD from domestically grown plants must come with state certifications and can come from flower, seeds, and stalks. CBD from imported industrial hemp can come from seeds and stalks only and is legal in all 50 states, classified as a food and dietary supplement.

CBD Life only works with and sells products from companies that are U.S. grown and that the CBD oil is extracted from Hemp plants.

What are the benefits of Hemp CBD? Which Hemp CBD product should I buy?

To stay in compliance with Federal regulation, we can not make health claims or give recommendations regarding dietary supplements. The good news is that much research has been done and published, as well as, people have shared their personal experience with Hemp CBD oil and products.

One way to inform yourself is to read and research the information that is out there, as well as, speak to your doctor. Some terms that you can start with would be: Endocannabinoid System (ECS), Effects of CBD on the ECS, benefits of CBD, etc.

Individual research is also needed when deciding which CBD oil or product to buy. CBD Life sells a variety of CBD oils and products, ranging from 50mg-2,000+mg of CBD per bottle. Some of the CBD oils are basic and simply contain Coconut or MCT oil that is blended with the CBD oil or have the CBD oil blended with other herbs and essential oils. Each product on our page has detailed information about the product, and when deciding which to choose, it is best to investigate each component of the products to decide which is most appealing to you.


What is the best Serving Size/Dosing for me?

To stay in compliance with Federal regulation, we can not make health claims or give recommendations regarding dietary supplements. Individual research and speaking to your doctor are ways to discover which serving size/dosing is right for you.

Also, each product on our website comes with a suggestive starting dose that is given by the individual companies. Furthermore, there is also research that has recently come out about the use of “Micro-Dosing”, which indicates that one way of taking CBD oil is small amounts throughout the day verse all at once.

How will the CBD oil and products make me feel?

Hemp CBD oil is non-psychoactive, meaning that it can’t get you high. Furthermore, research has shown that most people report that it gives them a calm/relaxing feeling. The feeling does vary by individual, so self-monitoring will be necessary when taking the oil.

Are the products safe?

When buying Hemo CBD oil, it is important to know how the Hemp in being grown, how is the oil being extracted, where is the CBD oil being sourced from, and is it being Lab tested.

CBD Life focus on carrying products from companies that do their due diligence to grow and produce a clean and safe product. All the products we carry are grown or sourced within the U.S, the CBD Oil is extracted using a Supercritical CO2 machine to produce a clean oil that is free of harmful chemicals and solvents. Furthermore, all products are Lab tested to make sure that they contain the natural occurring phytocannabinoid profile of the plant, and that they are herbicide and pesticide free, as well as, free of synthetic ingredients. The farms that produce the oil also use growing methods that are organic and/or sustainable. The individual products will contain this information on the labels.

Is there THC in the products? Will I fail a drug test?

When consuming a Full-Spectrum Hemp CBD oil, there will be trace amounts of THC (always under the legal limit of .03%). This being said, all the Hemp CBD products are non-psychoactive and will not produce a euphoric high.

When it comes to drug tests, it is important to know what the test is testing for. Most drug tests usually only test for delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but the amount they are looking for could vary.

However, some studies have shown that consuming hemp based foods and oils can cause positive results when screening urine and blood specimens on a product that has a full phytocannabinoid cannabinoid profile. Therefore, if you need to any form of drug testing or screening, it is up to your discretion how to proceed.

What is the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)?

In the last few decades, much research has been done to understand how phytocannabinoids interact with the body system. Throughout the years, discoveries have been made that found specific receptors in the body that interact with phytocannabinoids and that it is all managed by an internal system that can be found in plants, animals, and humans: the Endocannabinoid System (ECS).

The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a regulatory system in the body that uses receptors and the production of certain chemicals to help bring the body back to homeostasis. Two of the more know ones the CB1 and CB2 receptors that can be found in the brain, nervous system, immune system, and all other bodily functions and components.

When cannabinoids (specifically phytocannabinoids, meaning plant based) like CBD are ingested they are received by the ECS in the body and the receptors in the ECS use the cannabinoids as needed to regulate the different body functions. This discovery has lead researched to discover not only how phytocannabinoids like CBD interact with the body, but also discovered the benefits it contributes to the body.