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    The low down on hemp and CBD

    We learn more about hemp and CBD every single day, so it’s no wonder there’s so much to learn. Check out some frequently asked questions, and if you’re still yearning for more, don’t be a stranger. Contact us!
    What is CBD?
    CBD (or Cannabidiol) is one of roughly 120 cannabinoids found in hemp and cannabis plants. CBD has been studied for it’s wide range of benefits for mental and physical health. Unlike THC, CBD is non-psychoactive, but many people find they prefer the subtle wellness outcomes of CBD exactly for that reason.
    How are hemp and cannabis different?
    Unlike cannabis, hemp plants must contain low (less than 0.3%) THC to be sold as a CBD product in prohibition states. Cannabis plants typically contain a higher percentage of THC and other cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, CBN, etc. THC is the cannabinoid in cannabis that is psychoactive and makes you feel high.
    What is cannabis?
    Cannabis is a plant that has been used for millenia to support human wellness. Though the term “cannabis” is used as a general term, the plant genus Cannabaceae is actually made up of three plants (though the number has been disputed) with psychoactive properties, known as Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis.
    What is hemp?

    Hemp is a versatile plant used for its fiber, seeds, and for consumption as a source of CBD. Hemp is federally legal to be grown in all 50 states, however the percentage of THC must remain below 0.3% to remain within the federal standards.

    What is the endocannabinoid system?
    The endocannabinoid system (or ECS) is a complex network of cell receptors found primarily in the brain, but also found throughout the body, that responds to cannabinoids like THC, CBD, CBN, CBG, and many more. This system helps with the regulation of pain and inflammation in the body.
    Does CBD make you high?

    CBD does not make you high, but many people report that CBD has a calming effect and helps with minor aches and pains.

    What is full-spectrum?
    When a product is full-spectrum it means that all of the cannabinoids naturally found in the plant have been kept intact in the final product. Some products are made from specific cannabinoids that have been extracted, while full-spectrum products use all of the cannabinoids and terpenes naturally present in the flower.
    Why is 2 Buds hemp better than other hemp products?
    We believe that quality starts before the seed is ever planted. It comes from intention and character, and is followed by attention to detail and a commitment to purity. Our vegan-friendly products are locally made and grown in small batches. Our products are full-spectrum, organic, non-GMO, solvent-free, and are free of artificial colors, flavors, additives, or preservatives. While it’s up to you to decide if you agree, we’ve got our bets placed on 2 Buds.
    What is Delta-9?

    When people discuss THC, they are referring to the psychoactive cannabinoid, Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol. Delta-9 must be derived from the hemp plant.

    What are the benefits of gummies?

    Consuming CBD or Delta-9 in the form of an edible gummy has many benefits. First, the absence of smoke makes this method safer and cleaner for your body to process. Unlike smoke, which enters the lungs and is then absorbed into the bloodstream, gummies are digested in the stomach and liver, which takes much longer. The results are a more potent and longer-lasting experience than if one had consumed CBD or Delta-9 by combustion/inhalation.

    What are the benefits of CBD?

    Each person has a different biology, which means not all people have the same experience. The most common anecdotal reports from consumers who utilize CBD say it has helped them with pain relief, inflammation, headaches, and general well-being.