Frequently Asked Questions
CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a compound that is found naturally in hemp plants. Today, the CBD industry is growing rapidly and can be found in many forms, such as tinctures, drops, CBD-infused edibles, CBD cosmetics, and CBD balms.
Yes, CBD is legal to purchase in the United States as long as the product contains less than 0.3% THC. Doc Patels CBD products contain 0.00% THC, giving you all the benefits of CBD without any possibility of psychoactive effects.
Hemp is NOT marijuana, make the answer simple. It’s not likely you will get high from CBD. Each hemp plant contains a low amount of THC, much lower than a marijuana plant. If you were to smoke a hemp plant, at most it would only give you a headache. As a result, large amounts of hemp are needed to be harvested to produce enough CBD to extract and create CBD-based products. All of our products are 0.00% THC Broad Spectrum, providing you with all of the benefits of CBD without the possibility of psychoactive effects.
While it’s rare to experience any side effects, it’s important to know that taking too much CBD may cause drowsiness, decreased appetite & weight, as well as diarrhea. We always advise you to see your doctor to verify if you can take CBD in addition to any other medications.
People choose to take CBD for several different reasons. While some people may need it for a specific medical/health reasons, others may just want to enhance their overall health.
Your body naturally produces cannabinoids, which are similar to CBD. By incorporating naturally extracted CBD from hemp, this will stimulate your body’s natural mechanisms, activating these receptors to do what they naturally already do. These receptors are located all over the body, so it’s vital that they are working properly and consistently.
CBD products with 0.00% THC will not show on a drug test. While our CBD products contain 0.00% THC, other CBD companies may have THC in their products. If enough THC is present, it can show up on a drug test.
The human endocannabinoid system is a system that plays a regulatory role in a wide range of physiological and cognitive functions, including pain modulation, mood, and seizure threshold. The cannabinoids that interact with this system are either produced by the body itself or come from an external source, like a CBD product.
The main difference between the two is the percentage of THC. While both are a type of cannabis plant, hemp is a plant with less than 0.3% of THC while marijuana has much more.