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  • What is CBD?
    CBD is cannabidiol, a compound found in the hemp and cannabis plants. CBD does not have neuroactive properties, meaning it will not get you high.
  • What is THC?
    THC is tetrahydrocannabidiol, the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant so it can make you high. THC along with CBD produces and entourage effect, meaning the two work synergistically to produce certain effects. With proper balance, it is possible to add THC to your regime without getting high.
  • Do I need a medical card to purchase CBD?
    You do not need a card to purchase CBD from hemp that contains less than .03% THC. It is sold legally throughout most of the US, but it is not regulated. It is extremely important to purchase a high-quality CBD product that has been tested to make sure there are no impurities and that the product actually contains CBD. Many products found online and in stores are mislabeled and some contain no CBD at all. In some states, you DO need a card to purchase other medical cannabis products, including non-hemp CBD. If you live in a state that sells products for adult use, I can teach you the differences between adult use and medical use.
  • Why use CBD?
    CBD may help with anxiety, inflammation, pain, nausea and many other medical conditions. CBD can be inhaled, taken orally as a capsule, tablet or tincture, or used topically. Contact me to help you figure out the best delivery method for you.
  • Why use THC?
    THC has many of the same medicinal properties as CBD. The challenge is determining the best dose to provide maximum relief with minimal psychoactive effects, and figuring out if a CBD:THC combination is best for your condition.
  • I have taken CBD and it didn't help. Now what?
    The first step is to make sure you are using a high-quality product from a reputable source. If you have been using a quality product with no relief, you may benefit from using a product that contains THC along with CBD, if it is legal in your state.
  • Can I use medical cannabis if I am on other medications?
    CBD can interact with some medications. It is important to seek expert advice if you are taking any medications before trying medical cannabis.
  • What if my doctor is against medical cannabis?
    The stigma is real, and many traditional doctors are against medical cannabis. My goal is to provide you with education about the Endocannabinoid system and the healing properties of cannabis. I am happy to reach out to your doctor if you want to explain the benefits of cannabis.
  • I don't want to smoke or get high. Can I still use cannabis?
    You do not have to get high or smoke in order to find relief. I can help you find the best product dose and delivery method.


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