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Common Questions About Hemp
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What is the Endocannabinoid System?
The Endocannabinoid system is the master system that is responsible for balancing all of the other systems in our body. When we stop making or do not make enough of our own cannabinoids, systems such as our cardiac, neurological or immune systems do not work optimally and we get sick. When the receptors of this system are filled our bodies come into a balanced state and self-healing can begin.
What's the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?
Although they stem from the same plant the main difference is the amount of THC (or the part of marijuana that ‘makes you high’). The legal definition says that if there is 0.03% or less of THC then it is considered hemp. If there is more than 0.03% of THC then it is considered marijuana. You cannot get high from hemp. *** In January of 2020 the state of Illinois will legalize marijuana for recreational use. CLICK here to learn about your state…..
Can I pass a drug screen on Hemp?
Drug screens that test for THC will still result as positive even with 0.03% of THC. You should look for a product that is completely THC-free to be sure. A few industries screen for the entire category of cannabinoids of which THC is just one. CBD and CBG are others that are in many products. Those screens that look for any cannabinoid will result positive.
How do I know which product to buy?
Quality is the key. Whatever product you are interested in should show you a Certificate of Analysis (COA) showing you several items. The first is the percentage of each ingredient including the percentage of THC. The companies with the highest quality will also show third-party testing results for heavy metals, molds/fungus, pesticides/herbicides, etc. Hemp is an absorbable plant meaning that it absorbs everything from the air and the soil it grows in. You should make sure the final product has none of those toxins detected.