More and more, people are hearing about the benefits of CBD from friends, in ads, and on the news, and the compound is trending as a way to promote wellness in your life. Today, we will look at why you should choose hemp-derived CBD for your daily supplement, but first, it helps to know more about hemp.
What is Hemp?
For decades, these similarities between hemp and its illicit cousin marijuana caused it to be banned by countries like the U.S. However, changes to policy regarding hemp in the U.S. and around the world have made it possible to bring hemp CBD products to consumers like you.
The two plants are unique in their chemical makeup. While marijuana plants are regularly grown with a focus on high levels of THC, the compound in marijuana that gets users high, hemp is cultivated because of its naturally high levels of CBD, along with thousands of other commercial and industrial uses.
We answer your most common CBD questions here.
The Benefits of Hemp-Derived CBD
The 2018 Farm Bill officially removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act, reinforcing hemp’s legal status in the U.S. That means that consumers across the country can purchase CBD products in stores and online, like from the CBD Marketplace.
In order for cannabis plants to be considered hemp, they must contain less than 0.3% THC. This low level of THC means that CBD products derived from hemp are non-psychoactive and safe for everyone to use. If you want to avoid THC completely, the CBD Marketplace offers THC-free options, too.
CBD is also non-toxic and has shown to be well-tolerated in levels up to 1,500 mg a day, far above the suggested serving size of the products in our store. That means that CBD is safe to use everyday without fear of negative effects.
Because CBD is safe and non-intoxicating, it has become popular as a daily wellness supplement, affecting your sleep, mood, energy, and more. CBD supplements are available as oil, capsules, edibles, vapes, and topicals. We even sell CBD products for your pets at home.
What should you know before shopping for CBD online? Find out here.