No. Our CBD (cannabidiol) products derive from plants that are clone-bred and tested to be 0% THC. This means they do not contain any of the psychoactive/mind-altering chemical THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) that is found in recreational marijuana products and makes someone “high.”
Cannabis is the scientific name for a plant classification. Unfortunately, most people casually use the word Cannabis interchangeably with Marijuana or Hemp. This is not scientifically accurate and can be confusing – but the explanation of the differences between Marijuana and Hemp is very simple.
Hemp Cannabis is the second variety of plant in the Cannabis classification. This is also a clone-bred plant, but unlike Marijuana Cannabis, it is not bred to produce a “high.” Instead, Hemp Cannabis is bred for two other reasons: For Medicinal purposes, or for Industrial purposes like clothing fiber, nutritional products, cosmetics, etc.
CBD (cannabidiol) oil is an extract of the leaves and flowers of the Hemp Cannabis plant specifically bred for Medicinal purposes. CBD is one of at least 113 different cannabinoid chemicals in those plants. The CBD in the oils produces their beneficial therapeutic effects. Chemically, our Hemp plants are bred to have the highest concentration of CBD and 0% THC (the psychoactive chemical). This is important because the CBD content in oils can vary tremendously among manufacturers and you should be sure you buy from a trusted source like CBD Nature’s Cure.
As mentioned above, CBD (cannabidiol) is one of the chemicals/cannabinoids in CBD Oil. It represents something in the range of 40% of the cannabinoids extracted from the flowers and leaves of the Hemp Cannabis plant. Other naturally-occurring chemicals in CBD oil include Chlorophyll, Alkanes, Nitrogenous compounds, Amino acids, Sugars, Aldehydes, Alcohols, Ketones, Flavonoids, Glycosides, Vitamins and Pigments. Hemp Cannabis also contains the molecules of over 400 other substances.
As of 2019, CBD derived from hemp is legal nationwide at the federal level. CBD is legal in all 50 states.
We are not aware of any serious interactions. However, if you are taking any prescription medications, we highly suggest you consult with a medical professional before taking CBD products.