Our CBD is derived from the hemp plant, marijuana’s cousin. It’s the natural part of the plant.
No! Not at all. In order to experience a ‘’high’’ you need to have THC in your system. Our products do not have any traces of THC.
CBD Isolate is the purest form of CBD. It contains no other compounds from the plant, unlike full-spectrum CBD. With full-spectrum, it contains other elements like terpenes, essentials oils and other cannabinoids.
When it comes to CBD, the dosage varies from person to person. Some can handle taken a high dose, and others have to build it up gradually. The best way is to start small and build up. If you take medication, speak to your Dr first.
It is best to consult with your Dr before you take CBD to be on the safe side.
The reasons vary, but the result is the same. People take CBD for sleep, anxiety, mental health, depression, inflammation, joint pain, and chronic illnesses.
For the best and most effective results, place a few drops of Infusd tincture under your tongue, and you should start to feel the effects within five minutes.
That depends on you and your needs. Some people take it once a day, and some take it nine times per day. You can take Infusd CBD in the morning, afternoon and evening for optimal results. Our products work in sync, so you can use all of our products while making sure CBD is Infusd into you life.
That depends on which method you are using. Our Infusd Isolate tinctures work within 5-10 minutes of being consumed.
One dose of Infusd CBD can last anywhere between 4-6 hours. However, if you take Infusd CBD consistently, one dose can last in your system for up to 12 hours. That’s because the more you use it, the longer it will stay in your bloodstream.
In short, no. Even high doses of CBD are non-lethal, but you may experience more intense side effects. You should always use Infusd CBD sensibly.
Cannabinoids, like CBD, are the natural compounds taken from the Sativa plant. They help your body’s natural cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2 to function correctly.
No. But, it may become habit-forming, as people become reliant on it to relieve their symptoms.
While it’s extremely rare, it’s not impossible. The best way to avoid an allergic reaction is to test a small drop on your skin and wait for 30 minutes. If there is no irritation, then it’s unlikely you will experience an allergic reaction.
Yes, it’s actually recommended that you do. Most health supplements, like magnesium and L-Theanine and melatonin, work really well with CBD. CBD does not interact with herbal vitamins or supplements.
At the moment, there isn’t enough evidence or research to suggest that CBD is safe or unsafe for pregnancy and breastfeeding. To keep you and your baby safe, the best thing to do is to speak with your doctor first and they will be able to determine if you can take CBD or not.