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However, we cannot guarantee delivery to any country outside of the USA because of the large variations in laws regarding CBD oil worldwide.

If you order from us from outside the USA, we will send you an order confirmation and a tracking number just like any other order, and you will be able to track the order right to your doorstep.

Keep in mind, however, that you are ordering at your own risk.

Please consult with a lawyer about the laws of your country prioer to ordering.

We will not be responsible for lost orders and will not offer refunds.

The cannabis plant is composed of a multitude of chemical compounds just like any other plant or living organism.

These building blocks are called cannabinoids and are excreted from the plant.

What makes a cannabinoid so special is the way it reacts in the human body, and this interaction with our brain chemistry is what has led so many to use cannabinoids as medicine.

In the 1980s, researchers discovered that we have specific receptors in our brains that trigger a neurotransmitter release.

Not only does THC affect our psychological state as many have known for decades, but other singular elements in cannabis can also impact the way our body functions.

In short, you can think of cannabinoids as a communication system within the brain, working to deliver messages between cells and helping to maintain health and proper functionality.

No, hemp oil contains mainly CBD, a compound which does not make the you feel high.

Some customers report that it makes them feel relaxed, others report that in high doses it can have similar effects to drinking coffee.

Hemp oil helps you to keep a clear mind and maintain an active lifestyle.

When you get a drug test they normally use a urine or blood sample and check for the presence of THC (Tetrahyrdocannabinol) THC-COOH, and THC-11-oic acid are formed in the liver after the body has consumed cannabis and it is these chemicals that are tested when you go for a blood or urine test.

THC-COOH doesn’t have much cross reactivity to the other non psychoactive cannabinoids such as CBD (cannabidiol), CBG (cannabigerol) or CBN (cannabinol), which means if you have taken CBD Hemp oil you probably won’t get a positive result on any drug test.

Theoretically it is possible if you are taking very large doses of CBD hemp oil (above 1000-2000mg per day) due to the minute traces of THC that could build up over time.

Due to differing body weight, metabolic rate and other lifestyle factors it’s possible that CBD oil containing as little as 0.02% THC could show up in swabs, blood or urinalysis.

Patients must determine for themselves if the severity of their condition outweighs this possibility.

For medical/therapeutic purposes, the majority of CBD users tend to prefer to administer an oil tincture sublingually (under the tongue) with either a spray or dropper bottle.

This is because CBD is most efficient and versatile when absorbed directly into the bloodstream.

You’ll hear a lot of people arguing that CBD vapes are more potent than oil tinctures, but what they don’t realize is that inhalation provides a different internal mode of delivery than sublingual absorption.

When you place medicinal tinctures under your tongue, they’re absorbed directly into the blood by capillary beds; the digestive route (through the intestine, liver, gut, etc) is entirely bypassed.

This is contrary to what a lot of people claim when talking about oral ingestion.

Also, it’s important to understand that CBD oil tinctures and CBD vape liquids are two different things; if you’re vaping CBD, you need to make sure that you’ve got a product that’s been extracted and produced specifically for inhalation.

Sublingual CBD tinctures are different than “vapable” e-liquid, and may contain fragments (like dangerous cuticle waxes) that should NOT be inhaled.

That being said, we’ll mostly be talking in this article about CBD dosing with sublingual drops, because as we’ve said, this is generally the most common method for people seeking medicinal/therapeutic relief.

Either way, you’ll be dosing by milligrams (mg), so whether you’re vaping, putting drops or spray under your tongue, taking capsules, eating CBD edibles, or even smoking CBD cannabis flower, you can (and should) always keep track of how much CBD you’re ingesting at any one time.

Each person is different and the benefits of CBD are often subtle and hard to detect at first.

Every human has a different physiological make up, that’s why the dosage can vary from person to person.

In the end, you must discover your own dosing regimen by titrating (increasing slowly over time) up to the dosage where you get most relief.

Generally, for most people, this is somewhere around 2-3 drops three times a day. Increase or reduce dosage as needed.

Some people find that taking CBD oil in the morning works best for them as it makes them more alert (particularly with CBD Entourage, as this contains CBDa which can be 'peppy').

Other people find CBD oil is best taken at night time (particularly Classic CBD Decarb as this has a calming effect) as it is beneficial for sleep and helps them relax.

Many people prefer CBD Entourage in the morning, Classic CBD Decarb at night time, and alternate between Entourage and Classic each day for the lunchtime dose.

It’s up to you to find out what is right for you.

If you are taking prescription medicine always consult with your doctor or health professional before trying any CBD product.

We recommend placing CBD oil under the tongue and holding it there for 1-2 minutes.

This gives you the maximum absorption through the capillaries in the mouth (sublingual absorption).

If you just swallow CBD Oil you may have less absorption since it will be broken down by the acids in your stomach or metabolized by your liver.

Swallowing CBD Oil can leave a harsh taste at the back of your throat. By holding it under the tongue and letting it absorb gradually you can minimize this.

If you find the taste harsh, follow it with a light, fatty snack, such as a cheese or buttered cracker.