Hemp FAQs

CBD stands for cannabidiol, a compound found naturally in hemp plants. More interesting than that is how CBD may support a sense of peace and wellness in human beings. Not worry, it is not intoxicating and you can add CBD to your everyday routine without experiencing a “high”. Hemp CBD Products do not have the levels of psychoactive levels of Cannabis or marijuana. Hemp Isolate does not contain THC 0.0% and Full Spectrum Products contain below .3% the Federal legal limit.

Got Hemp Extracts is here to help improve your physical and mental well-being through homeostatic support. We’ve created these easy to use products with premium and organic ingredients that are lab tested for potency.

CBD is an acronym for a compound called cannabinoid. Cannabinoids work with a series of receptors in your body known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is involved in a lot of important jobs. These jobs include regulating your anti-inflammatory response, immune system, appetite, mood, anxiety, sleep and more. The ECS helps keep your body in homeostasis balance.

Homeostasis is the biological equilibrium balance in your body. Your body naturally requlates variables like temperature, ph, fluid, blood sugar, sodium, potassium, calcium and more.  New research is always emerging exploring the link between the endocannabinoid system, phytocannabinoids and the bodies homeostasis for both physical, mental, and even emotional health. People take CBD to help support their ECS with all the work it does.

Your body makes its own cannabinoids. These are called endocannabinoids. When plants make this type of compound, they’re called phytocannabinoids. CBD is one of over a hundred types of phytocannabinoids found in hemp plants. It’s non-intoxicating and does not produce the “high” associated with marijuana and higher levels of Delta 9 THC found in marijuana cannabis.

We offer different types of CBD products to help people add hemp-derived components to their daily routine. We are offering an expanded product category of both Full Spectrum Cannabinoid and THC Free CBD isolate products for all lifestyle requirements.

We recommend starting out with 30-60mg of CBD each day. Please consult with your physician prior to starting a CBD regimen

CBD and THC the two most abundant of the 113 cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, are very similar in so many ways, but they have a few key differences.

THC is known for being the psychoactive component in the cannabis plant that creates the “high”. 

CBD on the other hand works within your body to counteract those intoxicating effects while still supporting its therapeutic benefits.

Full Spectrum

Full Spectrum CBD products contain up to 0.3% THC the legal limit for Hemp Derived Products. They are produced using the whole hemp plant and are considered to be the most popular because of the wide encompassing cannabinol compounds in the product.

Broad Spectrum

Broad Spectrum CBD contains zero THC while maintaining many of the beneficial cannabinoids. Broad Spectrum CBD product are distilled father than Full Spectrum CBD to extract any existing amounts of THC.

CBD Isolate

CBD Isolate does not contain THC and is the purest form of CDB. It does not contain any of the trace amounts of cannabinoids or Terpenes found in distillates. 

Studies show CBD Isolate is beneficial for swelling, inflammation and pain while not having THC present. Some specific studies have shown specific dosages to reduce drug cue-induced cravings and anxiety of opioid users.

Full Spectrum Plant Extracts has the additional benefit of terpenes and cannabinoids that create a synergistic “entourage” effect and for more effective dosages of CBD. Full spectrum does contain trace amounts of Delta 9 THC below .3% and at this low dosage is not psycho reactive. It will not get you “High.” Studies show the overall synergy created by THC, Plant Terpenes and CBD create an increased healing benefit.

Yes. The 2018 Farm Bill made Cannabis Sativa containing less than 0.3% THC, and industrial hemp, federally legal. CBD is one of 113 cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant and under the 2018 Farm Bill is federally legal in concentrate, broad and full spectrum forms. 

Each state has the ability to make their own rules and regulations regarding CBD and Hemp products. Always check check your local laws in your state before purchasing.