How does CBD work?

CBD (cannabidiol) is one of many cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, but one of the most studied and common alongside THC. When consumed, CBD binds to receptors in your body and affects appetite, mood, pain sensation, memory, and other bodily functions for a short time. CBD is being heavily studied for health benefits including its pain relief, anti-inflammatory, therapeutic, bodily function regulatory, and mood stabilizing effects.


Is CBD Legal?

The 2018 Agricultural Improvement Bill creates a distinction between the hemp plant and the marijuana plant and removes it from the Controlled Substances Act. Hemp is fully legal in the United States.


What’s the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?

The hemp plant and the marijuana plant are cousins, different strains of the Cannabis plant. Hemp plants are selected strains or genetically bred to produce less THC (the legal limit for Delta 9 THC is 0.3%) whereas marijuana plants contain between 10 and 30% THC.


What’s the difference between CBD and THC?

CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are both cannabinoids. In general, THC tends to be more psychoactive and give people a “high”, whereas CBD tends to have a relaxing effect that calms people down.


Will it show up on a drug test?

While CBD products are below the legal limit of THC, they may still have trace amounts that can show up on some types of drug tests. Different labs tend to have different testing protocols, we recommend that you visit www.tazofarms.com download the Certificate of Analysis (COA) for the appropriate product, then share it with the lab that administers your drug test to get an answer you can trust.