Getting started with CBD (Cannabidol) can be overwhelming considering the amount of information on the Internet about Hemp, Cannabis and CBD. Asking questions is a good place to begin, here is a list of questions we get asked.
Is CBD legal in Canada?
Yes, Cannabidiol (CBD) is legal.
Will CBD get me high?
No, CBD won’t get you high, it has no psychoactive effects. When taking CBD products you may feel a little more relaxed and laid-back. THC is what gets you high.
What exactly is CBD?
CBD stands for Cannabidol, a compound found naturally in Hemp plants.
What is the difference between Cannabis and Hemp?
Cannabis is a broad term that refers to a plant in the Cannabaceae family. The Hemp plant is a specific type of cannabis plant that
contains high levels of non-intoxicating CBD and very low levels of THC.
What is the difference between CBD Isolate and Broad Spectrum CBD?
CBD Isolate is made up almost entirely of CBD molecules that have been isolated from all other parts of the Hemp plant. While, Broad Spectrum CBD contains many other components of the Hemp plant. Nutra CBD uses CBD Isolate to ensure, we are able to accurately inform our customers exactly is in our product.
How do I know Nutra CBD is safe?
Nutra CBD is third party tested by leading Canadian laboratories ensuring accurate potency information is pure, reliable and safe.
How does CBD differ from Hemp seed oil?
Hemp seed oil contains antioxidants, amino acids, and omega-3 and -6 fatty acids and has long been available in health food stores but it contains only trace amounts of CBD.
Will the CBD in Nutra CBD show up in drug tests?
Nutra CBD products contain CBD from Isolate, which contains non-intoxicating, trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%). Compounds analyzed in drug tests, testing methods and levels of detection vary, we are unable to make any claims or guarantees regarding use of products and drug tests.