Is CDB Massage legal? CBD oil is legal and available in all 50 states. No permit or prescription is required. Every adult U.S. citizen can now benefit from the use of CBD oil!
Our Cannabis Hemp CBD Hemp products are made from federally-authorized agricultural hemp–sourced exclusively from the US hemp pilot program established by the 2014 Farm Bill–which has been tested to ensure THC levels are far below the legal threshold of .3%. The 2014 Farm Bill dictates unequivocally that these crops are exempt from the Controlled Substance Act and that federal agencies are strictly prohibited from interfering with the interstate sale or transport of derivative products.
What are the differences between Cannabis, Marijuana and Hemp? Put simply, there are few differences between “Marijuana” and “Hemp.” They’re both cultivars of Cannabis which have been differentiated through selective breeding for various purposes. Hemp, featuring high levels of CBD and numerous essential acids, is typically grown for agricultural, industrial, nutritional and medical purposes while “Marijuana” is simply cannabis plants which have been grown for recreational purposes and high THC content.
Will I feel “high” after my CBD Massage? Absolutely not. All Inner Source cannabis hemp products are tested under strict laboratory analysis to ensure virtually zero presence of the psychoactive cannabinoid, THC.
Will I fail a drug test after receiving a Hemp CBD Massage? While individual results may vary (such as if you’re applying for a job with the FBI), the broad consensus is No, one time or even regular use would not show up on a drug test. Our lotions and salves do not enter the bloodstream and are lab-tested to ensure virtually zero THC.
Are there times I shouldn’t receive a Hemp CBD Massage? Consult your physician before beginning any supplements or botanical extracts. If pregnant or breast feeding, consult with your physician before use. For use by adults 18+. Keep out of reach of children.
Are there any possible adverse reactions with other drugs? As always, consult your physician before beginning any supplements or botanical extracts. Cannabis is near universally regarded as safe and effective. However, there’s always exceptions. From a recent article at Project CBD, “Cannabidiol (CBD) is a safe, non-intoxicating, and non-addictive cannabis compound with significant therapeutic attributes, but CBD-drug interactions may be problematic in some cases. Drug interactions are especially important to consider when using life-saving or sense-saving drugs, drugs with narrow therapeutic windows, or medications with major adverse side effects.” For more info, please see https://www.projectcbd.org/article/cbd-drug-interactions-role-cytochrome-p450
Where can I learn more about cannabis, cannabinoids and their impact on the endocannabinoid system? There are numerous resources available including Project CBD, O’Shaughnessy’s, and the National Institute of Health.
Cannabis is one the most passionately explored and hotly debated subjects in the world. To date, rigorous clinical studies have been limited by prohibition along with political and economic obstacles yet those studies successfully completed have repeatedly and conclusively proven the overwhelming safety and efficacy of cannabis. Urge your state and national reps to take well-informed positions on cannabis, and thank them whenever possible for advancing this critical area of human interest.