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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Isolate Powder have a taste? NO.  That is why you can make your own vape juice, CBD oil, edibles of your choice and not have an aftertaste...like you do when you purchase the CBD Oil from a store.

Can you make VAPE Juice from your Isolate Powder? YES!!  Simply add CBD isolate to any vaping juice that you already have. Add your desired amount of powdered CBD to the juice and shake vigorously every few minutes over a 30-minute period.  Stop once all pure CBD crystals are absorbed and the liquid is clear.  If you find that your CBD vape juice becomes murky over time, simply shake vigorously to reblend the mixture prior to use.  SAVE TONS OF $$$!!

Can you make CBD Oil from your Isolate Powder? YES!!  There’s no doubt or suspicion in the quality or chemical contents of your CBD Oil as you have full control. You can choose the ingredients as per your choice and requirement.  Making CBD oil at home is much more affordable than buying CBD oil from a brand and can save you a lot of money. 1000mg of CBD Oil can cost you less than $20 using this recipe, and the same amount would cost you well over $200 to buy from a retailer.  You can choose the exact CBD dosage amount that you want per serving and you also know that the potency is accurate, as many brands of CBD Oil don’t actually contain the amount of CBD that it says it does on the bottle.  Here is what you do: 

  • Step 1: Add 1 Cup of Oil (Coconut, Olive or Canola) to a pot, put the pot on the stove and turn the element on to the lowest temperature and let the pot simmer.
  • Step 2: Crush 1 gram of CBD Isolate Powder, and put the Isolate into the pot.
  • Step 3: Stir the mixture until the CBD has completely dissolved.
  • Step 4: Turn off the stove and let the mixture cool down, then pour the CBD Oil into a glass jar and store it at room temperature. 
  • That's It!  You now have around 48 teaspoons of Coconut CBD Oil at 20mg of CBD per serving!  You can adjust the strength and potency of the oil by using more or less CBD Isolate accordingly. Simply divide the amount of CBD Isolate you used by the amount of oil you used in teaspoons. For example, 600mg of CBD isolate in 48 teaspoons(1 cup) of CBD Oil would result in a potency of 12.5 mg CBD per teaspoon.  This CBD oil’s shelf life is at least 2 months and can be extended with refrigeration.  SAVE TONS OF $$$!!

Can you make gummies or other edibles from your Isolate Powder? YES!!  Use your imagination...just make sure the Isolate Powder is in "liquid" form by mixing it with other liquids.  Here is a simple gummy recipe: 

  • One box Jello...the flavor you LOVE!!
  • 4 packets of Gelatin (28g)
  • Half cup of COLD water
  • Quarter cup of sugar
  • Mix together in a pot and stir thoroughly. Cover and let sit to "bloom" for 5-10 minutes, or until it sets.
  • Heat on medium until the mix has fully dissolved, just before it starts to boil. Remove from heat and add the Isolate Powder...MIX until Powder is dissolved.  Pour into molds. Put into the fridge or freezer until hardened...THEN...ENJOY!!!

Is your CBD made in North America? YES!

What is the difference between marijuana and hemp? THC Dominates Marijuana and CBD Dominates Hemp. Hemp is completely different from marijuana in its function, cultivation, and application. Marijuana (THC), as it is widely known, is used for medicinal or recreational purposes while Hemp (CBD) is used in a variety of other applications that marijuana couldn’t possibly be used in. These include healthy dietary supplements, skin products, clothing, and accessories.

What is the difference between THC and CBD? One of the key differences between CBD and THC is whether the cannabinoid will cause a euphoric effect, or “high,” when consumed. CBD will NOT provide you the "high" or "euphoric effect". CBD is extracted from the HEMP while THC is extracted from marijuana.

Is CBD Legal? YES for most States (should be legal in all 50 soon). Cannabidiol (CBD) is not listed separately in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR); it is controlled in Schedule I by definition as a “derivative” or “component” of marijuana (21 USC 802). This is also true of other individual cannabinoids. Only THC is listed separately in Schedule I. According to a position statement from the DEA Office of Public Affairs, CBD from any source is a Schedule I substance (DEA, Office of Public Affairs, December 15, 2015, provided upon request to A. Mead). Many in the cannabis industry claim that as long as the CBD product contains less than 0.3% THC, it is classified as hemp under federal law and is therefore legal to possess and distribute.

Where does CBD come from? CBD is extracted and separated from specific varieties of cannabis, often known as hemp. Chemically, CBD is one of 85 chemical substances known as cannabinoids, which are all found in the cannabis plant. CBD is the second most abundant compound in hemp, typically representing up to 40% of its extracts.

Has there been a Medical Research on Cannabis? Yes...Visit this site here for more details.  In fact, there are over 23,000 published studies about cannabinoids in relation to various medical indications.