FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is the most abundant cannabinoid found in the hemp plant.
Humans as well as other mammals have an endocannabinoid system throughout their bodies, made up of CB1 and CB2 receptors. These are known as cannabinoid receptors, which utilizes the endocannabinoids we naturally produce to help our bodies perform a massive plethora of bodily functions. Researchers believe CBD may work by interacting with the endocannabinoid system to send a series of responses throughout the body.
No, CBD will not get you high. Many people claim to feel euphoria or a sense of calm when feeling the peak effects of CBD, but it is non-psychoactive, so it cannot give you the same high feeling that the psychoactive THC compound can.
CBD Isolate refers to a pure, concentrated form of CBD, with no other beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids present.
Full-Spectrum formulas, on the other hand, are left as intact as possible – which also opens up the potential to have trace amounts of THC in the formula. The amount of THC that can be found in this type of formula can be up to 0.3%.
Broad-spectrum formulas meet in the middle by refining the extract of all THC without losing the vital minor cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids that are also rich in the hemp plant.
No, CBD and hempseed oil are in the same cannabis family but they are not the same.
Hemp seed oil is derived from hemp, but only derived from the seed portion. As a result, unless otherwise specified,a product made with hemp seed oil rarely contains any vital amount of CBD, other cannabinoids, terpenes, or other beneficial hemp compounds.
On the other hand, CBD, also commonly refered to as Hemp Extract, is extracted from the stalks, stems, and flowers.
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Lab-tested and grown free of pesticides and other harmful contaminants, we’re proud to say our products are 100% safe to consume however you should always consult your health care provider before taking any supplements if you are pregnant, nursing, have or suspect of any medical condition, or taking any medicines.
Absolutely! We never want to leave you in the dark. Every batch of our CBD products is tested through an independent, third-party lab. Our lab results can be found on our website and they can also be found by scanning the QR code that is found in your product.
Our third party lab checks for for heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, and other pollutants. It also does a full cannabinoid and terpene profile breakdown so you can see the non-detectable ratings for THC, the CBD content, and much more.
We do not pretend to make any medical claims for our products or for CBD in general. We’re not able to say that our CBD products could cure or treat your condition, and we recommend speaking with a certified medical professional before incorporating CBD into your daily routine.
Although CBD can be taken at any time, we recommend taking CBD after eating to help minimize the side effects.
Some mild side effects to CBD are drowsiness, dry mouth, and diarrhea; however, most people don’t experience these side effects as it typically only occurs if you take a serving size that’s much larger than your body was prepared for.
Never keep your CBD products in the heat or in direct sunlight; it can cause the cannabinoids in the product to degrade and break down, lessening the potency and efficacy overall. If possible, store in a cool, dark place, or even in the refrigerator.
Our CBD, as well as the other ingredients in our hemp-derived products, are all grown in the USA, specifically in the state of Colorado.
Simply put, no, you can’t overdose on CBD as there’s not an amount that’s been found to be a fatal dose. However, there are some possible mild side effects if you take a serving that’s stronger than your body is used to.
At Taboo Organics, all of our products are 100% THC therefore, if used under normal circuimstances, they are are not expected to produce a positive result on a drug test.