FAQ

What is CBD?

🔸CBD is a natural remedy used for many common ailments. It’s one of over 100 chemical compounds known as cannabinoids found in the cannabis sativa plant. Cannabis sativa has two primary species: hemp and marijuana. Both contain CBD, but there's a much higher percentage in hemp, which also has very low (less than 0.3%) levels of THC compared to marijuana. All Herbivana CBD oil is sourced from hemp.

 
What are the benefits of using CBD?

Studies have shown that CBD oil has a role in easing symptoms of many common health issues, including:

🔸Pain and inflammation

🔸Anxiety, depression, and stress

🔸Insomnia

🔸Symptoms related to cancer and reduced side effects related to cancer treatment including nausea, vomiting, and pain

🔸Acne

🔸Arthritis pain

🔸ADHD

 

Will CBD make me high?

🔸CBD may make you feel relaxed, but not high. It's non-psychoactive and will not make you feel intoxicated or impaired. If you feel too relaxed or tired, you may want to lower your dose.

 

Will I fail a drug test?

🔸Currently most THC tests are pass or fail. Even with trace amounts of THC, you could potentially fail a drug test. If you have any concerns, we recommend you use our “White Label” CBD isolate or Herbivana Gold cream, which is THC-free.

 

Is Hemp legal in all 50 states?

🔸Yes, as long as it contains less than .3% THC.

 

How much do I take?

🔸There’s no “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to how much CBD oil you should consume. Finding your sweet spot takes time and a little patience - taking too little or too much is a common mistake made by new users, which will sometimes lead them to believe CBD doesn’t work for them. It’s best to start low and increase your dosage over time until you experience your desired results. We have a suggested dose on our tincture labels, but please feel free to email us at info@herbivana.com if you have any questions about dosage.

 
Can I take CBD if I am on other prescription medications?

🔸We recommend you consult with your health practitioner if you have any questions or concerns.