CBD Related Questions
CBD (cannabidiol) is one of over 60 compounds (called cannabinoids) found within the cannabis plant. Unlike the most widely known cannabinoid, THC, CBD is non-psychoactive.
No. They are both part of the cannabis family. Depending on how the plant is bred dictates whether it is considered marijuana or hemp. Marijuana is bred with higher levels of THC, which makes it psychoactive, and usually lower levels of CBD. Hemp is a cross breed of the plant to have higher CBD and lower THC.
No. Anyone over the age of 18 years old can purchase.
No. All of our products are non-psychoactive. The amount of THC (0.3%) is not enough to create any psychoactive effects, but it is just enough to activate the CBD.
It’s very individual from person to person, but a general feeling of mind & body relaxation, stress relief, calmness, and you can customize your experience based on how much you take and which product you use.
A good starting amount is anywhere from 15mg to 40mg for adults. Everyone’s tolerance is different, so we suggest starting with a low serving for 3 days and see how you feel then adjust accordingly.
It’s different for everybody, and it depends on the method in which you ingest it. When you smoke CBD, you feel it almost immediately. When you use a sub-lingual concentrate (oil or isolate) it could take anywhere from 5-20 minutes. Edibles can take up to an hour to feel the effects. A topical lotion will take anywhere from 5-20 minutes to start feeling the effects.
This depends on the serving size, bio-individuality and method in which you ingest it.
Most drug tests do not test for CBD, only THC. Since our products have such a low amount of THC (0.3%), it should NOT show up on a drug test. You would have to ingest a LOT of full-spectrum products for it to show up on a test. We have some THC-free products that might be a good option if you are worried. But we cannot ensure any results.
Hemp has naturally high levels of CBD. They then cross-breed the plant to have lower THC and higher CBD.
It depends on what you are trying to achieve and personal preference. We recommend starting with the tincture because it is the most concentrated form and acts the most efficiently in your body. You can also more accurately experiment with serving size to customize your experience. Other ways of ingesting are via smoking, edibles, or topically. We will also carry suppositories soon. We recommend ingesting a little bit every day to allow it to build up in your system. Some people like to feel the immediate effects, so they prefer to smoke the flower/vape- the disposable vape pens are also great for targeting specific conditions.
Edibles/honey/drinks are good for convenience (at work, etc.) and travel and they last the longest in your system. It is important to note that all of these options affect people differently so it’s helpful to try a few different methods to see what works best for you for what you are trying to achieve.
We source our products from different places and we make some of our own products. Our vendors are all small businesses, either family owned or local and carefully selected to ensure quality.
We partner with farms in Colorado and Oregon to produce the oil.
Iremia sells all of the highest quality hemp-derived CBD products on the market! Sublingual tinctures, CBD flower, vape pens and juice, edibles, bath and body products, etc. Depending on what you are trying to achieve, I can help you pick out the best product(s) for you!
We don’t know about any other brands ingredients, quality or sourcing methods but we can ensure that OUR products are all sourced from the US and don’t have any filler ingredients. Its also possible you did not take enough CBD to feel anything.
We are not doctors so this is a tricky topic for us to advise on. We would suggest speaking with your pediatrician but be aware that many doctors may not be open to CBD as a treatment.
Domestically, yes (though we wouldn’t suggest traveling with the flower). Internationally, you would have to check the laws of the country they are traveling to.
Customer Service Questions
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