Frequently Asked Questions

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Ananda Hemp

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The primary difference between hemp oil & CBD oil is where the oil itself is derived from the hemp plant. Hemp Oil is derived from the seeds of the hemp plant only. CBD Oil is derived from the stalk, stems, leaves or flowers of industrial hemp plants.

One of the questions that often comes up is, what is the difference between cannabis, industrial hemp and marijuana? Think of it this way. Cannabis Sativa L is the family. Then under that family there are two groupings.

The best CBD oil can be found at Ananda Hemp. We believe there is more to hemp than just CBD oil. In fact, our products contain some of the most diverse cannabinoid profiles on the marketplace — the theory being that all of these molecules interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) in different ways and to different targets.

CBD oil is derived from the stalk, stems, leaves, and flowers of the hemp plant. The only part of the hemp plant that doesn’t contain CBD oil is hemp seed. Read more about the difference between CBD Oil and Hemp Oil.

Cannabinoids are part of a class of diverse chemical compounds that act on receptors in the human endocannabinoid system (ECS). Unlike TCH, CBD and other cannabinoids are non-psychoactive.

CBD, also known as cannabinoids or cannabidiol, generally will not test. That’s because drug tests are not looking for all cannabinoids, they’re looking for one specific cannabinoid; THC. However, varying strains of CBD contain traces of THC. For this reason, we cannot guarantee you will pass a drug test after taking CBD Oil.

The side effects of CBD Oil and the side effects of Hemp Oil are similar. However, most people searching for “What are the side effects of CBD Oil” or “What are the side effects of Hemp Oil” want to know if there are any negative side effects to consider.

If you travel with CBD Oil that is derived from hemp with a THC content below 0.3%, you can take CBD Oil on an airplane.

No, CBD Oil will not get you high.

Take an in-depth look at the big question, Can I Get High on CBD Oil?

Full Spectrum CBD Oils incorporate an assortment of cannabinoids that occur naturally in industrial hemp. Isolate CBD Oil has been available for a longer period of time, but studies are showing that Full Spectrum CBD Oil benefits our health the most.

Most people will start to see the benefits of taking CBD Oil immediately that day or up to 2 weeks after starting a daily regimen. The length of time depends on the individual’s body weight and how well their metabolism works with the CBD Oil.

CBD Oil products made by Ananda Hemp are 100% legal to ship to all 50 states in the United States and to export out of the U.S.

How much CBD Oil you should take is an important question, but one that is difficult to answer. The recommended dosage of CBD Oil is different for every person depending on your unique situation.

What is the difference between CBD Oil extracted from marijuana vs industrial hemp? There is no difference between CBD Oils derived from marijuana or industrial hemp. CBD Oil is just that, CBD Oil.

How long CBD Oil stays in your system depends on the individual and how much CBD Oil was taken. The individual’s weight and metabolism affect the dosage needed for CBD Oil to be effective.

How hemp is grown is an important part of quality control for our CBD Oil products. There are no federally approved chemicals for hemp farming. At Ananda Hemp we do not use any herbicides, no pesticides and no chemicals on any of our hemp fields.

At Ananda Hemp, quality control is the most important part of our business. Our families take the product, our staff and their families take the product, and we would never put something in their bodies that is dangerous.

Yes, you should be able to drive after taking CBD Oil or Hemp Oil. Our CBD Oils contain less than 0.3% of THC and will have no psychoactive effects on your body. However, depending on how much CBD Oil you take, it may make you tired; therefore, we recommend learning how your body reacts to CBD Oil before driving or operating heavy machinery.