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CBD 101

CBD Benefits

How does CBD benefit the body?


works with the body by interacting with the endocannabinoid system, or ECS for short. Discovered in the 1990s, the purpose of the endocannabinoid system can be summed up in one word: balance.

It’s job is to help us maintain homeostasis on a molecular level. Even without the help of CBD, the human body naturally produces endocannabinoids that help to regulate the body in many processes, including pain, appetite, memory, immune response, and many other areas.

While the cannabinoids in CBD don’t directly interact with the endocannabinoid receptors in the body, they’re thought to stimulate the ECS by prolonging the body’s natural processes, which is why CBD is thought to aid the body the way it does.

Can Relieve Pain

Could Reduce Anxiety & Depression

may reduce cancer related symptoms

Might Have Neuroprotective Properties

May Help Treat Acne + Skin Issues

What is Hemp used for?

Hemp vs. Marijuana - Whats the Difference?




Clean Soil

Pet Food and Bedding

Common CBD Terms

Common terms you may hear when learning about our CBD products.

  • Full Spectrum CBD

    Full Spectrum CBD contains all of the properties found in the cannabis plant, without filtering any THC. Although it contains trace amounts, there is not enough THC to experience a “high” from Full Spectrum CBD.

  • CBD Isolate

    Isolate is the type of CBD that is isolated from all other compounds in the cannabis plant. Isolate solely contains CBD crystals and can test as high as 99% pure.

  • Broad Spectrum CBD

    Broad Spectrum CBD is essentially in between Isolate and Full Spectrum. It contains the same beneficial properties as Full Spectrum CBD but is stripped of all THC compounds.

  • Hemp

    Hemp is a plant that is part of the Cannabis L. plant species. It can be divided into four categories: bast fibers, hurds/shives, leaves and flowers, and seeds. The plant must have very low levels of THC (less than .3%) to be legally classified as hemp in the US.

  • Cannabis

    Cannabis is the name of the plant species of which both marijuana and hemp belong to.


  • Marijuana

    Marijuana belongs to the cannabis plant species. Marijuana is often used in various ways such as smoking, eating, and vaping. It contains THC and therefore has psychoactive, intoxicating effects.

  • Cannabinoid

    Cannabinoids are natural compounds found in the cannabis plant. Out of over 113 cannabinoids, THC and CBD are the two most well known and studied.

  • Endocannabinoid System

    The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a bodily system that helps maintain homeostasis. It involves three components: endocannabinoids, receptors, and enzymes. Receptors are found in the skin, immune cells, heart, brain, and digestive system.

  • Non-Intoxicating

    CBD is an example of a non-intoxicating substance with less than .03% THC.. When a substance is non-intoxicating, it does not impair behavior or affect normal brain function.

  • No GMO

    GMO stands for “Genetically Modified Organisms,” which are living organisms whose genetic material have been artificially manipulated through genetic engineering. Scientists actually change the genetic makeup of these organisms (most notably plants).

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