No, CBD oil cannot get you high as long as it contains 0.3% THC or less

CBD is short for cannabidiol that is a naturally occuring compound that’s used in products to impart a feeling of euphoria or bliss

This can vary depending upon the type of CBD you’re taking, why you are taking CBD, your tolerence to CBD, how often you take that said CBD product, etc. It’s best to both follow the instructions that are on the lable and also consult with your doctor first.

It is best to store your CBD in a cool, dark and dry place.

Also know as a Certificate of Analysis, these types of lab reports display how the product was made and what it consists of.

If a CBD product does not contain lab reports and/or is mostly using a higher ratio of synthetic ingredients, it is not a real CBD product.

Aromatic compounds found in many plants, including the hemp plant. They are the oils oils that give your favorite cannabis strains their distinctive flavor.

The 3 types of delivery methods are: inhaling, ingesting, or topically

CBD comes in an variety of product forms such as tinctures, edibles, topical solutions, capsules, flower, beverages and even vapes.

THC is the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces the “high” sensation.

The 2018 Farm Bill is essentially a piece of United States legislation which legalized all of the hemp plant with the exception of delta 9 THC.

Yes, as our company are not medical professionals, and are therefore not permitted to give you any medical advice.

Located on a CBD product’s label, this tells you how many milligrams of pure hemp are in that said product. Basically, the milligram strength is the potency level of the product.

All-natural ingredients, local grown hemp, and 100% made in the USA.

Cannabinoids are compounds that bind to cannabinoid receptors found all throughout the body to regulate specific bodily processes.

It is recommended to take CBD daily (depending upon the form it is in). However, it is best to consult with your doctor first.

No. Organic hemp is more chemically stable and nutrient-rich. That is why it is always best look for a company that derives their CBD from organically grown hemp material.

Yes, as those could be headaches, grogginess, and dry mouth

You could, yes. However, its best to speak with your doctor first before doing so.

CBD typically stays in your system for 2 to 5 days, but there are different variables that can determine this.

Yes. However, make sure to follow all TSA guidelines when doing so.

At This time we will only be shipping to the United Kingdom.
*Disclaimer for International Customers: Duties and fees are not included, those will need to be paid by the customer.

Halal Topics

All though all CBD is derived from a plant, the ingredients, production process and halal certification is what allows a product to be considered halal. 

CBD can be considered Halal, however it’s recommended to consume halal certified CBD that meets all the criteria for being halal.

Halal is an Arabic word that translates to “permissible or lawful” into English

Halal CBD was founded on the premise that Cannabidiol is nature’s secret ingredient. With the highest quality and standard ensured, we are introducing the world to the first superior Halal Certified CBD brand.

The short answer, no. Even though all CBD is derived from a plant, the ingredients, production process and halal certification is what allows a product to be halal. We have our certification.

If a CBD product is non-intoxicating, isn’t harmful and contains only traces of THC, as well as non-haram ingredients such as gelatine or other certain food flavorings, then it’s likely to be considered as halal and fine to use.

CBD is not an intoxicant, as it’s not strong enough to get you high.

Only if it is halal certified and meets all the criteria for being halal.

Only if it is halal certified and meets all the criteria for being halal.