FAQ

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a major Phytocannabinoid. There’re at least 85 active cannabinoids (CBD, CBN, CBC, CBG etc.) identified in cannabis/industrial hemp plants.

Is CBD legal?

CBD is a natural constituent of industrial hemp. As US law currently stands, the sale, production and distribution o f CBD pr oducts derived from industrial hemp and containing less than 0.3% THC is not violation of the CSA (Controlled Substances Act). CBD products carried by HempDox falls within these guidelines. Hemp CBD-rich products provides a legal alternative to medical marijuana and allows the consumer to enjoy CBD without the risk of getting high or testing positive on standard drug test. No Medical Evaluation Card Needed.

What is CBD for?

CBD is currently not approved by FDA for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of any disease. Promotion as so is violation of FDA. Thus, HempDox makes no claims as to the efficiency of our products or the numerous benefits of CBD in helping to combat the symptoms of many medical conditions, so as protecting marijuana users by reducing psychosis-like effects. With simple internet search, the benefits of CBD will be overwhelming.

Difference between Natural CBD and Synthetic CBD?

Natural CBD

Natural CBD Powder High Concentrate (Yellowish color due to Chlor ophyll of the natural green plants). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Synthetic CBD

 

Synthetic Single-Molecule CBD made in Lab , without the actual growing and processing of the industrial hemp or cannabis green plants, hereby avoiding any potential legal entanglements. They were advocating a form of CBD treatment that essentially removed plants from the equation. Research shows that CBD requires its natural settings (i.e ., surrounded by other cannabinoids, such as CBC, CBG and CBN) to be truly effective, but synthetic single-molecule CBD (with 0 CBC/ CBG/CBN/ Minerals/Terpenes etc.) does not. Don’t be fooled by synthetic CBD!

 

 

 

 

What is Industrial Hemp

Industrial Hemp is the one of the most widely grown and used agricultural products in the world. Up until the 1940s it was the single largest cultivated crop in the United States. Industrial Hemp has been used for thousands of years, for thousands of different uses including paper, textiles, biodegradable plastics, construction, health food and beverage, oils, and fuel.It is one of the fastest growing biomasses known. It is also plays a significant part in the "Green Future", requiring little to no pesticides, no herbicides, helps controls erosion of the topsoil, and rapidly produces oxygen.Industrial Hemp is produced in many countries around the world. More hemp is legally imported by the United States for commercial use than to any other country in the world. Hemp and Marijuana are not the same plant.