Long story short, CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol. It's one of the many cannabinoids and chemical compounds found in cannabis (marijuana) and hemp. You're probably already familiar with THC, which is another compound found in the cannabis plant. Unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive. In other words, it will not get you "stoned." CBD is a safe, non-addictive substance, and one of a hundred plus “phytocannabinoids,” which are unique to hemp and cannabis and endow these plants with its robust therapeutic profile.


Distillation is the action of purifying a liquid by a process of heating or cooling and extracting the essential aspect of something. In regards to hemp, distillation is a process that creates concentrates that are “cleaner” than other concentrates in that they’re pure on a molecular level. Distillates are also one of the most potent types of concentrates that exist, allowing for the maximum benefit of the product. Distillation of hemp allows for the extraction of cannabinoids that offer a pure, versatile, and potent product that has infinite potential as far as the application is concerned. When CBD distillate is produced, there is still a bit of residual matter that remains in the final product, including traces of other cannabinoids, terpenes, and more. It's considered the second purest form of CBD, after isolate. When CBD isolate is produced, EVERYTHING is filtered out of the oil except for cannabidiol, leaving out key healing components.

Hemp CBD oil contains some of the highest concentrated levels of Omega 3, 6 & 9. These fatty acid lipids are known to plump and moisturize hair while revitalizing broken strands. Omega fatty acids enhance natural shine and help restore hair to its natural, healthy state. CBD oil also contains 20+ known amino acids and is antioxidant-rich with vitamins, including A, B, C, D, and E. They also help to reverse heat and environmental damage. The terpenes in CBD have "aromatherapy" qualities that assist with "calming & relaxing" attributes. Terpenes are a large group of volatile unsaturated hydrocarbons found in the essential oils of plants, especially conifers and citrus trees. Terpenes are essential oils that live in the same glands as the cannabinoids (THC and CBD) called trichomes. Terpenes are not exclusive to hemp and cannabis; they exist in every plant on earth!


Hemp CBD exhibits no effects suggestive of potential dependence or abuse on humans. To date, there is no evidence of recreational use or any public health-related issues associated with the use of pure hemp CBD. It is non-addictive and completely safe to use. If you have any concerns, please refer to a medical professional to answer any further questions you may have.


The straight forward answer is no. CBD cannot get you "high." It lacks the psychoactive properties found in THC responsible for that "stoned" feeling when ingested. With that being said, our products are not meant to be ingested. They are for topical use only. Please do not eat it!


Yes. Hemp-derived CBD is legal in all 50 states. With the passing of the new 2018 Farm Bill, hemp and hemp-derived products have been officially removed from the purview of the Controlled Substances Act and are no longer under Schedule I status. Meaning, as long as CBD is extracted from hemp and has a THC content of 0.03% and under and grown by licensed farmers in accordance with state and federal regulations, it is legal as a hemp product. YAY!