What is CBD?
Phytocannabinoids are the herbal, natural and classical cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. The glandular structure called the trichomes is where the concentrated viscous resin of the plant is found. There are over 60 cannabinoids that have been isolated from the plant. Tetrahydracannabinol (THC), Cannabidiol (CBD) and Cannabinol (CBN) are the most prevalent ones and have also been the most studied. Cannabidiol (CBD) accounts for up to 40% of the plant’s extract. It has been widely reported that CBD offers the greatest possible benefits of any of the extracts found in the plant. CBD can also be derived from hemp. Hemp and cannabis both contain large amounts of natural CBD, but hemp is naturally low in THC; thus, making it easier for manufacturers to create high CBD-infused products with low to non-existent THC levels. Since THC is (mostly) still illegal in the United States, most CBD items we carry are derived from hemp. Each CBD product varies in the amount of CBD and THC levels found in the product. No items we carry are over the legal limit of THC levels.
For more information on the difference between hemp and cannabis CBD, visit here.
Forms of CBD:
- Cartridges (to use with own battery)
- Doggy Treats
We carry a wide variety of CBD products. Major brands we carry are listed below. This list is not complete as new products are arriving every week. Please visit our store for our complete selection.
Major brands we carry:
- BeeZbee CBD
- +Plus CBD
- Green Roads
- Green Garden Gold
- Miracle CBD
- Chronic Candy
- Nature’s Way
- Mary’s Nutritionals
- CBD Dream
- Essential CBD
- Nine Mile
Please consult a medical professional before using any CBD products.
We cannot medically suggest any specific doses, as dosages vary widely based on symptoms, weight and tolerance levels. However, within the CBD community, the following are the most commonly used dosages.
CBD Consumption (weight vs. condition)
|Condition||Under 50 lbs||50-100 lbs||101-150 lbs||151-250 lbs||Over 250 lbs|
An important consideration is to use micro-dosing when first using CBD. Meaning, it is best to take small doses regularly, until your body acclimates to the product.
At this time, no studies have shown that you can overdose on CBD.
Finding the right balance, with your medical professional, is the best route for healthy, responsible CBD use.