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What’s your return policy?
Nature’s Green House will accept returns any of our products–no questions asked–within 30 days of purchase.
Do you ship oversees and to P.O. boxes?
Yes, we’ll ship your package anywhere that can accept deliveries.
Do you have customer service line?
Of course! Our friendly and knowledgeable customer services reps are available to answer your questions 24/7/365. Call us at 954-533-0745 today.
Will CBD Make Me Fail a Drug Test?
No, CBD will not make you fail a drug test. The only cannabinoid drug tests are looking for is THC, which is found in marijuana. CBD comes from hemp, which contains less than 0.3% THC. It’s critical to buy CBD from a reliable vendor that does not include high levels of THC in their products. Some CBD products haven’t been reliably tested, so they may include THC which could lead to psychoactive effects and failed drug tests. When you buy hemp-derived CBD from a reliable source that tests their products thoroughly, though, you can rest assured that your enjoyment of cannabidiol will not cause you to fail a drug test.
CBD Isolate Vs. Full Spectrum CBD: What Are Terpenes?
When you start shopping for CBD online, you might find that there is a common distinction between full-spectrum CBD and CBD isolate. Simply put, full-spectrum CBD also contains terpenes from the hemp plant. There are well over one hundred known terpenes in hemp, and they’re what gives the plant its distinctive taste and smell (like essential oils). Thought leaders in the hemp industry are starting to think terpenes have a synergistic relationship with cannabinoids, so full-spectrum CBD products may be better. This relationship is often referred to as the entourage effect.
Can I Give CBD to My Pet?
Yes, you can give CBD to your pet. Just like humans, pets have a natural endocannabinoid system in their bodies, so they can process CBD. People normally give CBD to their pets when the pets are having discomfort issues or other issues when recommended by a veterinarian. It’s important to keep in mind that most dogs and cats are much smaller than humans, so the appropriate serving size of CBD will be much smaller. For that reason, the best CBD companies make products that have been specially created for pets. These products are also made to taste good to your cats and dogs. Since pets can be extremely sensitive to THC, it’s important to buy products that have been tested well and only contain pure CBD.
Exactly What Is CBD?
CBD is short for cannabidiol, which is one of the most common cannabinoids. Most people associate cannabinoids with THC, which is the intoxicating or psychoactive cannabinoid found in marijuana. Unlike THC, CBD does not cause people to become intoxicated or fail drug tests. People normally consume CBD when they’re looking for something natural because they have inflammation, pain, anxiety, convulsions, depression, or cancer.
Can You Overdose on CBD?
There are no known cases of fatal overdoses because of CBD. Studies suggest that it’s ok to consume even large serving sizes of CBD without significant risks. That said, we always encourage our customers to start with smaller serving sizes until they can determine which amount of CBD is most appealing to them. Some people have said that they start to feel lethargic or drowsy when they consume too much CBD at one time.
Will CBD Interact With My Other Medication?
Yes, CBD can have an effect on other medications, so it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor before you start consuming CBD. Cannabidiol is metabolized by an enzyme group called CYP450, which also metabolize many common pharmaceutical drugs. Interactions with drugs and medications are most commonly reported only with large servings of CBD, but we still recommend talking to your doctor before you add any amount of CBD to your other medications.