Most frequent questions and answers
CBD (cannabidiol) is a naturally occurring chemical compound found in cannabis plants (one of over 65 beneficial compounds)
There are absolutely no psychoactive effects from CBD. CBD has been thought to provide relief for a wide variety of ailments without being intoxicating.
Our bodies are equipped with an extensive endocannabinoid system containing cannabinoid receptors. CBD binds to these receptors and acts in positive ways. Cannabinoid receptors have been found in nearly every tissue and cell in the human body. This is why CBD is believed to have an almost unlimited array of applications.
Our CBD oil is derived from 99.9% pure CBD Isolate extract. Our full-spectrum hemp oil is derived from a “whole-plant” extract.
Numerous scientific and medical peer-reviewed studies have been carried out on CBD. A great resource is PROJECT CBD , which is a non-profit organization dedicated to documenting the research progress on CBD.
Yes. CBD is non-synthetic and is a naturally-occurring chemical compound found in the cannabis plant.
Some studies have suggested CBD is helpful against pain but more research is necessary.
Since the legalization of medical (and in some states recreational) marijuana, CBD is a hot new product in the United States and Canada.
But what does CBD do? CBD oils are being credited with treating a myriad of medical issues, everything from anxiety, inflammation, PTSD to seizures and more. Due to the relative newness of CBD, there is simply not enough info (yet) to produce strong conclusions on its uses and benefits.
There is potential however and the evidence seems to grow daily. Almost weekly we hear of new clinical studies. Because there are very few CBD human studies, a lot of CBD is being produced without any control or regulation, resulting in a deluge of products and most vary in quality and potency.
Without chemical lab analysis, control and regulation, anyone desiring to start a CBD company can say whatever they want (basically) on their labels. Side Effects CBD may cause nausea, fatigue and irritability. CBD can increase coumadin levels in your blood, and it can raise levels of certain other medications in your blood by the exact same mechanism that grapefruit juice does.
Our bottom line While most folks won’t experience any difficulties using or consuming CBD it is best to talk to your doctor first about the risks and benefits of CBD use. Beyond that, look for companies that produce and publish the chemical analysis of their CBD products and do your own comparisons.
This depends on what you are using CBD for , and also on it’s potency. For effective treatment of most conditions , many people use between 10-50 mg of CBD daily. Be sure to read the label on your CBD product to ensure proper dosing.
Although Hemp cannot be legally grown in all 50 states , CBD products are legal to be sold in the U.S. if it contains less than 0.3% THC. All of Kurativ products contain well below 0.3% THC.
CBD can be taken orally through the form of oil or capsules. (This is the most common method) CBD can also be applied via topical creams , or mixed with vaporizing agents (Propylene Glycol or Vegetable Glycol) and inhaled.
Be sure to purchase CBD from a reputable company. At Kurativ , all of our products are produced from Medical-grade hemp plants ( not industrial! ). The entire production process is controlled and monitored to ensure safety and quality. We hope that you choose us as your CBD provider, but if not please do research before purchasing CBD online.