CBD FAQ Frequently Asked Questions


CBD from  Imported 
Industrialized HEMP 
Legal in all 50 States 

 

Correct, the Government of the United States of America holds the patent on Cannabinoids. CBD is a Cannabinoid. 
Should you open the patent page and do a ctrl + F and type in CBD you will see it is mentioned 46 times. 
YES we have done our homework. Prior to opening our store we spent 6 months researching to always come back to information provided by Health and Human Services by way of reading the patent. Please keep in mind we support our Government 100%. Please realize we are in business because we are fortunate enough to live in the USA. Thank you!  
Ground ZERO for the study of Cannabis is Israel.     
Israel and the United States Government have been working together since the early 60s.  

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The scientist... The Father of Cannabis research. GREAT MAN! 
The guy with the long hair in the video is Mary Lynn Mathre's husband. 
Mary Lynn is the mother of Cannabis. Her videos are also on this page. 

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Original Assignee

CBD
The Acronym for cannabidiol = CBD  
The United States Of America As Represented By 
The Department Of Health And Human Services

CBD is the acronym for cannabidiol and is 1 of over 85 Cannabinoids 

Products from this store come from Industrial HEMP oil which contains CBD


Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants
 

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Publication number US6630507 B1
Publication type Grant
Application number US 09/674,028
PCT number PCT/US1999/008769
Publication date Oct 7, 2003
Filing date Apr 21, 1999
Priority date Apr 21, 1998
Fee status Paid
Also published as CA2329626A14 More »
Inventors Aidan J. HampsonJulius AxelrodMaurizio Grimaldi
Original Assignee The United States Of America As Represented By The Department Of Health And Human Services
Export Citation BiBTeXEndNoteRefMan
Patent Citations (22), Non-Patent Citations (29), Referenced by (10),Classifications (16), Legal Events (4)
External Links: USPTOUSPTO AssignmentEspacenet
ABSTRACT 
Cannabinoids have been found to have antioxidant properties, unrelated to NMDA receptor antagonism. This new found property makes cannabinoids useful in the treatment and prophylaxis of wide variety of oxidation associated diseases, such as ischemic, age-related, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The cannabinoids are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults, such as stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and HIV dementia. Nonpsychoactive cannabinoids, such as cannabidoil, are particularly advantageous to use because they avoid toxicity that is encountered with psychoactive cannabinoids at high doses useful in the method of the present invention. A particular disclosed class of cannabinoids useful as neuroprotective antioxidants is formula (I) wherein the R group is independently selected from the group consisting of H, CH3, and COCH3

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CBD the US of A Government has the patent. Really! 
 
Original Assignee The United States Of America As Represented By The Department Of Health And Human Services
Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants 
CBD = Cannabidiol. The United States  Govt owns the patent 



Because the FDA considers hemp and hemp-derived cannabinoids (like CBD) to be food-based products, no legal restrictions on their importation, production and consumption exist in the United States and in most of the industrialized world.
In July, 2013 the Congressional Research Service compiled an excellent report on industrial hemp called, “Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity.” Click here to read it [PDF].
CBD is extracted from imported Industrialized Hemp Plants 

FAQ

HEMP FAQs

How is hemp different than marijuana?

Hemp and marijuana are two different varieties of Cannabis sativa (or Cannabis indica or, less commonly, Cannabis ruderalis), a flowering herb indigenous to many parts of the world. “Marijuana” is cultivated for high levels of THC, which is concentrated mostly in the flowers and trichomes of the plant. Industrial hemp is cultivated for its fiber, and has almost undetectable levels of THC and comparatively higher levels of CBD. Hemp has been grown and cultivated worldwide for thousands of years for industrial and medical purposes, making useful items like rope, clothing, sails, paper, and thousands of other products. HempMed's hemp is considered Cannabis sativa L. and will not make you “high.”

Can you grow hemp in the United States?

No. The industrial hemp plant—although it contains little, if any, THC—has fallen victim to its close resemblance to marijuana. Other than a brief period of time during World War II (see: Hemp for Victory), hemp has not been grown in the US since the 1930s—with the exception of a USDA field grown in 1994 in Imperial Valley, California. 

Our country’s Founding Fathers would likely be appalled to learn that the US government banned the cultivation of industrial hemp in America. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin were all hemp farmers. It was even once mandated that hemp be grown, and one could even pay taxes with hemp.

While permits to grow hemp are technically available from the US government, and certain states have passed laws tentatively allowing hemp to be grown as an agricultural commodity, no permit to grow hemp has ever been issued by the DEA. The United States legally imports millions of dollars worth of hemp every year—with some estimates as high as $2 billion annually.

If you can’t grow hemp in the USA, how are hemp and hemp-based products legal?

Because the FDA considers hemp and hemp-derived cannabinoids (like CBD) to be food-based products, no legal restrictions on their importation, production and consumption exist in the United States and in most of the industrialized world.
In July, 2013 the Congressional Research Service compiled an excellent report on industrial hemp called, “Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity.” Click here to read it [PDF].

CBD FAQ
What is CBD?

CBD stands for cannabidiol, the most prominent naturally-occurring cannabinoid component found in cannabis that comprises up to 40% of the plant. According to the US Government, cannabidiol is “a cannabinoid devoid of psychoactive effect. ” After THC (Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD is by far the most studied natural cannabinoid. According to many researchers, CBD may be the single most important cannabinoid ever discovered. 

What is the endocannabinoid system?

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is one of science’s newest and most exciting discoveries.The ECS regulates relaxation, eating, sleeping, certain inflammation responses and even cognitive function. There are two types of cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body (CB1 and CB2), but they are most abundant in the brain and immune system respectively. In a nutshell, your ECS is responsible for making sure your entire body is working optimally—no small task! 

Is your CBD synthetic?

No. Our CBD is a natural constituent of industrial hemp.  

Why would hemp (instead of marijuana) be grown for cannabidiol (CBD)?

Industrial hemp is already rich in CBD and naturally low in THC, whereas most marijuana is just the opposite (high THC, low CBD). Our industrial hemp is considered Cannabis sativa L., although we have developed our own unique cultivars of this particular type of industrial hemp.

Through a combination of these unique cultivars, advanced plant genetics, and cutting-edge growing techniques, an exceptionally high percentage of CBD can be produced naturally and consistently in the hemp plant. When CBD-rich hemp oil is extracted from these hemp cultivars—which can be grown in dozens of countries and imported to the USA legally—it doesn’t make legal or practical sense to obtain CBD from marijuana.

Will CBD help me with my illness?

Due to FDA regulations, we cannot make claims about whether or not CBD can help with specific ailments. We do, however, suggest that you conduct your own research. 

Will CBD help me if I’m healthy?

Each individual is unique and has different wellness goals they are interested in addressing through the consumption and application of our products. Although some of our founders are medical professionals, we cannot make medical claims about the benefits of our products. The products sold from this website are considered nutritional supplements or food (according to FDA guidelines) until we have completed clinical testing and have received regulatory approvals.

Nonetheless, the feedback we have received from a variety of consumers has been tremendously positive. We encourage you to discuss CBD with your physician or healthcare practitioner if you have any specific health-related questions or concerns. There are also many independent studies about CBD available on the internet.

Are CBD and THC the same thing?

No, they are different compounds. CBD and THC are both cannabinoids, but THC is the cannabinoid that gets you “high” or “stoned.” CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it won’t get you “high.”

Can I get high from CBD products?

Our CBD comes from carefully cultivated hemp plants—not marijuana—which is why it is legal for us to import and extract the CBD-rich oil. We have spent years developing special cultivars of the hemp that produce naturally elevated levels of CBD and only trace amounts of THC, the psychoactive compound that gives marijuana users the “high” feeling. In comparison to hemp, most recreational cannabis plants have between 5% to over 20% THC. 

Can you make any claims about what CBD can do for me?

No. Our CBD-rich hemp oil products can fall into different categories depending on how they are marketed and sold: they can be considered a food or a nutritional supplement. Our CBD is a natural constituent of industrial hemp oil.


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