FAQ

WHAT IS CBD? ☰
CBD stands for cannabidiol, 1 of 60 phytocannabinoid compounds found in cannabis. The most extensively-studied compound found in cannabis is THC (or tetrahydrocannabinol), but interest in CBD and its usefulness in medicine and recreation is quickly growing. Every kind of cannabinoid has its own unique function, and CBD works mostly as a relaxant and an anti-inflammatory agent in our body.
WHAT IS YOUR REFUND POLICY? ☰
ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND NON-REFUNDABLE DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS PRODUCT.
WHAT IS YOUR SHIPPING POLICY? ☰
Please allow 1-2 business days to process order, typical delivery within 5 business days.
DO YOU MAKE ANY HEALTH CLAIMS? ☰
The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any CBD product.
IS CBDHOUSE HEMP FLOWER LEGAL? ☰
Our hemp flower is grown by fully licensed growers. The hemp flower we provide is 2014 Farm Bill Compliant and contains no more then 0.3%THC. However, this product looks like marijuana and smells like marijuana, so use cautiously and treat this like marijuana. CBDHOUSE, LLC is not responsible for any accidentals, legal consequences or employment issues you may encounter when using our site and or products. We make no claims of failing or passing a drug screen. Use at your own discretion. 
WHAT ARE CANNABINOIDS? ☰
Cannabinoids are compounds that interact with our bodies’ endocannabinoid system, or ECS. It has been recently discovered that all vertebrates have an ECS. It's a network of receptors that respond to the presence of cannabinoids. These receptors include CB1, CB2, adenosine, serotonin, and vanilloid. This system of receptors is responsible for keeping our minds and bodies in balance. The ECS regulates bodily functions like pain perception, appetite, mood, memory, immune response, and sleep. As of today, there have been more then 100 cannabinoid molecules that have been discovered and isolated. Our body produces its own cannabinoids (called endocannabinoids). In infancy, our bodies source endocannabinoids from our mothers’ milk, to assist our underdeveloped ECS. Like all other bodily systems, our ECS grows less and less efficient as we age, and as the amount of endocannabinoids our bodies synthesize decreases, our bodies slowly go out of balance. We become more prone to issues like insomnia or chronic anxiety as we become more cannabinoid-deficient. Reintroducing cannabinoids into our body in the form of phytocannabinoids (or plant-based cannabinoids) like THC or CBD could help our bodies regain its natural balance and general well being.
WHAT CANNABINOID IS MEDICINALLY MORE USEFUL BETWEEN THC AND CBD? ☰
*Remember, consult with your doctor before using any cannbis product.
Studies have shown that THC and CBD work together best! Though they have different effects and functions in the body, they boost each other’s curative effects. This cooperation between the cannabinoids is called “the entourage effect”. For example, CBD enhances THC’s supposed pain-killing and anti-cancer properties. CBD also regulates the psychoactive effects of THC. THC may help increase alertness, creativity, and mental activity, but taking too much of it may cause anxiety and an increased heart rate. Having an ample amount of CBD with the THC reduces the “peak” of its high, prolongs its effects, and helps the user relax amidst their heightened alertness. Both THC and CBD help in the neurogenesis, or the creation of new brain cells, of adult mammals. However, some disorders (like liver, cardiovascular, and metabolic disorders) respond better to treatments with a higher concentration of CBD, than those that are more THC-rich
ARE THERE ANY MENTAL DISORDERS THAT CBD MIGHT BE ABLE HELP WITH? ☰
*Remember, consult with your doctor before using any cannbis product.
• Schizophrenia
• Chronic anxiety
• Anti-inflammatory
• Social anxiety – CBD helps regulate the functions of the amygdala, which is responsible for our fear responses
• Insomnia
• Depression
• Drug addiction, alcoholism, and chain-smoking • Epilepsy – it prevents and significantly decreases the number of seizures. Sufferers of severe childhood epilepsy have a 10-15% chance of near-complete cessation of their seizures upon taking CBD regularly. Even if they are unable to get rid of the symptoms completely, they can expect a significant improvement in their condition.
• Alzheimer’s disease – CBD helps remove beta-amyloid plaque, which is the biggest factor in the development of Alzheimer’s disease
• Post-traumatic stress disorder
WHAT PHYSIOLOGICAL DISORDERS COULD CBD POSSIBLY HELP TREAT? ☰
*Remember, consult with your doctor before using any cannbis product.
• Multiple sclerosis - it significantly reduced symptoms of multiple sclerosis among test subjects in a randomized and placebo-controlled 2004 study
• Rheumatism
• Arthritis
• Cancer – it increases breast cancer cell death and inhibits the invasion and metastasis (or spread) of lung cancer
• Chronic pain – CBD is a powerful analgesic when ingested, inhaled, or applied topically. When combined with THC, it significantly reduces pain
• Diabetes
• Drug-resistant infections
WHAT ARE THE POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS OF TAKING TOO MUCH CBD? ☰
Thankfully, CBD is well-tolerated by the human body, and taking it even in high doses is safe. In fact, it is relatively better to have an abundant amount of CBD than have too little of it. Daily doses of up to 1500 mg can be taken safely for 4 weeks, or even longer for smaller daily doses. CBD doesn’t make its users experience the lethargy, dysphoria, or anxiety typically associated with THC. Furthermore, a thorough study on the effects of CBD shows that it does not affect its users’ inhibitions, mood, behavior, sensory perception, alertness, and wakefulness (unlike alcohol or THC). CBD doesn’t even give its users the famous “munchies” associated with cannabis. CBD’s inability to affect its users’ state of mind is the biggest reason behind its more widespread legality compared to THC or marijuana in general. Taking CBD can affect the liver’s metabolism of other substances. If you are taking other medications, it may take your liver a slightly longer time to process them because of the CBD. This slight decrease in the liver’s metabolic rate is generally harmless, but do consult your physician about taking CBD alongside other drugs. Frequent, chronic intake of extremely high doses of CBD may permanently affect liver functions and fertility, but it would take a very large amount for the body to be in such a state. Since there are cannabinoid receptors in the skin as well, some users report dry skin after taking CBD. It may also affect the salivary glands in the mouth, and “cottonmouth” or feeling that the mouth is dry is a possible side effect. However, it is considered negligible by many CBD users and reviews.
WHICH DRUGS CAN POSSIBLY INTERACT WITH CBD? ☰
*Remember, consult with your doctor before using any cannbis product.
• Schizophrenia
Since one of the possible effects of CBD includes increased drowsiness, special care must be taken when administering CBD alongside other herbs and compounds that promote sleep and relaxation. These include melatonin, sassafras, catnip, valerian root, California poppy, St. John’s wort, etc. Taking CBD while intoxicated on alcohol is also highly discouraged.
WHERE CAN CBD BE SOURCED? ☰
The short answer to this question would be “from cannabis.” However, the cannabis plant can take on different forms which are generally grouped into two: hemp and marijuana. The main difference between the two groups is their genetic profile. Hemp (or industrial hemp) refers to cannabis plants that are typically farmed for their fiber; they have long stalks, fewer buds, and are used in making rope, paper, and natural plastic. The cannabinoid profile of industrial hemp shows that most of its cannabinoid content is CBD. They only have trace amounts of THC. However, industrial hemp plants can be bred to yield more buds that have a very high CBD percentage. The buds or flowers are the part of the cannabis plant that has the highest concentration of cannabinoids. Marijuana, on the other hand, can be one of three species: cannabis sativa, cannabis indica, or cannabis ruderalis plants. Medical marijuana plants naturally have a high number of buds. The amount of CBD and THC in the buds vary greatly, depending on the species and strain of the plant. Indica strains usually have a higher concentration of CBD than hybrids or sativa strains. On the other hand, sativas typically have more THC than CBD. While this is a good rule of thumb, it isn’t always true: a cannabis plant’s cannabinoid profile still depends on how it is bred regardless of its species. It is easy to visually differentiate an indica strain from a sativa strain: Indica plants tend to be shorter and bushier, while sativa plants are tall and lanky. Indicas have short, wide leaves with fat blades, compared to the long, slender leaves of sativa plants. Marijuana is the most common source of CBD and THC products, but a few companies like CBDHOUSE source CBD from specially-bred industrial hemp plants
WHICH STRAINS OF CANNABIS CONTAIN THE MOST CBD? ☰
Here at CBDHOUSE, we have sourced industrial hemp flowers that contain less than 0.3% THC. We currently stock to name a few strains Frosted Kush, Fiona, Secret Dream, Dough Boy, Sour Space Candy, Lemon Drop and Grape Juice, which is a good range of indicas, sativas, and hybrids, these and other strains are subject to change or be out of stock at any time. The strains in our store have a CBD percentage ranging from 14% to slightly over 21%, and each of them have a unique terpene/flavor profile and effect. Whether you want to relax or feel uplifted, CBDHOUSE has the perfect strain of hemp flower for you
WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF CBD USE IN THE UNITED STATES? ☰
Any cannabis plant that has more than 0.3% Delta9 THC is considered to be marijuana, a Schedule I drug in the United States, which makes it more subject to restrictions. Many suppliers like us at CBDHOUSE curb these legalities by sourcing industrial hemp that produces a lot of resin but has lesser amounts of Delta9-THC than the 0.3% legal limit. The popular claim that CBD oil is legal in 50 states is due to the fact that it can be sourced from plants other than the much-stigmatized and heavily-regulated marijuana.
HOW ARE THE HEMP FLOWERS FROM CBDHOUSE GROWN AND PRODUCED? ☰
CBDHOUSE provides specially-bred industrial hemp plants that are grown in environmentally-controlled highly sophisticated indoor facilites and greenhouses in California, Colorado, Minnesota and Oregon. Using different types of growing environments the plants get abundant amounts light. At the indoor facilites they use LED, and UVB. Some are grown outdoors due to their environmental preferences. Growers employ high-powered lighting systems in conjunction with natural sun light. These method results in year-round harvests of plants that yield superior amounts of plant resin, cannabinoids, and terpenes. After the plants mature, the buds are all trimmed by hand and go through an extensive cure and lab testing process. They are then contained in tamper-resistant bags or hermetically-sealed tins to preserve their freshness and flavor and to adhere to compliance standards. Because of the meticulousness of our operation, the quality of our products is unrivaled.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT WAYS OF DELIVERING CBD? ☰
CBD can be ingested (dissolved in water, tea, or infused edibles), sublingual administration (under your tongue), applied topically, smoked, dabbed, or vaped.
NOTICE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT ☰
What is contained on our web pages might look like marijuana and marijuana products, but are actually legal industrial hemp products. This historic legislation establishes the legality of industrial hemp produced in state pilot agricultural programs. Congress provides the requisite definition for allowable amounts of THC. "Industrial hemp means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of such plant, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3% on a dry weight basis”. An important legal distinction also appears in the first sentence of this bill, stating: “Notwithstanding the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 801 et seq.), the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (20 U.S.C. 7101 et seq.), chapter 81 of title 41, United States Code, or any other Federal law”. The term “notwithstanding” was widely used by the 114th Congress as a way to supersede previous laws that may apply, without going through the process of overturning them. This confirms that hemp cannot be considered “marijuana” under the CSA. Consolidated Appropriations Act, Sec. 763 (2016) This legislation was the omnibus federal budget for FY2016. According to 7 U.S.C. §5940, the term “industrial hemp” means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of such plant, whether growing or not, with a Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta-9 THC) concentration of not more than 0.3% on a dry weight basis. Only the Delta-9 THC level is relevant, not THC-A., this hemp flower has a Delta-9 THC level on a dry weight basis equal to 0%, well below the 0.3% maximum level and, therefore, this flower is hemp, not marijuana, and is perfectly legal to possess and sell. This right applies in any state pursuant to the Full Faith and Credit Clause, Article VI, Section 1 of the Constitution, the Supremacy Clause, Article VI, Section 2 of the Constitution, and the Equal Protection Clause, Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment.