Isn’t hemp just marijuana?
Marijuana and hemp both come from the genus Cannabacae. Marijuana plants are typically strains or hybrids of Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa. Hemp is most often a strain of cannabis sativa or a hybrid of sativa and Cannabis Ruderalis.
The distinction between hemp and cannabis comes from the makeup of a particular cannabinoid called delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.
Hemp is a cannabis plant with less than .3% THC. It shares many of the same cannabinoids that marijuana has but in different degrees of prominence. Hemp in its many strains have been grown to yield high levels of cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, and CBN, as well as other plant products such as hemp seed oil and fiber.
Marijuana strains have been grown to increase the yield and levels of THC. This is done to produce a product that causes the “high” associated with marijuana.
Can I return the product after purchase?
TwoBees CBD stands behind its products and as such all of our manufactured products carry a 30-day customer satisfaction guarantee. Learn more about our Sales Terms and Refund Policy here.
Is industrial Hemp legal?
Currently there are very few regulations in place but we trust our government and elected officials are working to help this industry grow successfully and safely. The materials we sell are all tested in federally approved labs to insure they meet the THC requirements to be considered a hemp product.
As regulations change, so will our polices. We are working with farmers, non-profits, lobbyists, and lawyers to keep on top of hemp regulations and laws.
What is CBD oil?
CBD is short for cannabidiol. CBD oil is obtained from hemp plants that have high levels of cannabidiol (CBD) and low levels of THC which supports your mind and body in several ways. CBD specifically comes from the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant. How it works – The human body has a vast network of receptors, called the endocannabinoid system (ECS), which helps us balance overall wellness and keep many of our physical processes working as they were designed. CBD attaches to these receptors, helping the body to complete its efforts at keeping us in good health.
What is Cannabidiol (CBD)?
Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, is a non-addictive and non-psychoactive substance naturally found in the cannabis plant. CBD is closely related to another phytocannabinoid called THC. However, THC and CBD attach to different receptors in our brains and body, therefor they do not react the same or produce the same effects. CBD will not make a person feel “high” or intoxicated. CBD can actually lessen or neutralize the psychoactive effects of THC, depending on the amount of the compound consumed.
What is Hemp oil?
Hemp oil is obtained by mechanically or chemically extracting essential oils from the stem, leaves and buds of the hemp plant. In the extraction process, hemp oil retains many of the terpenes, flavonoids and phytocannabinoids naturally found in the hemp plant. However, oil derived from hemp seeds -hemp seed oil- does not include the same plant compounds and is composed mainly of dietary fats.
What are Cannabinoids?
Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds found in hemp but also produced by other plants and the human body. They are the primary chemical compounds made by the cannabis plant. These compounds are vitally important in healthy immune and central nervous system functions. There are more than 80 identified cannabinoids. A network within the human body called the endocannabinoid system (ECS) contains receptors that these compounds fit into, using cannabinoids to support cells and healthy immune system functions. The most common cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant are:
Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA)
What is the Endocannabinoid System?
The Endocannbinoid System (ECS) plays a very important role in regulating a vast range of physiological processes that affect our every day lives. How we experience stress, pain, hunger and more. It supports various biological tasks including our mood, energy and balance, memory, metabolism, immune function, sleep and even our intestinal fortitude. The discovery of the Endocannabinoid System has greatly advanced our understanding of health and disease.
So how does it work? Well, the human body has two main endocannabinoid receptors. CB1 receptors, mostly found in the central nervous system and CB2 receptors found mainly in the peripheral nervous system. Many believe CBD works by preventing endocannabinoids from breaking down which allows them to have a more positive effect on your body. As experts develop a better understanding of the ECS, it could eventually hold the key to treating several conditions.
How should I decide which hemp extract to purchase?
This depends a lot on the individual and their unique needs. Keep in mind that everyone responds to CBD differently. So, as you try out new products, it is important to note any positive or negative reactions. Below you’ll find a list of the three most common types of CBD. You may want to think of how you prefer to administer your CBD supplement, whether it be in liquid form sublingually or if you prefer to smoke or vape your CBD. You can also find many balms, topical lotions, and ointments to apply directly to the skin for localized relief. Besides the main ingredient, tinctures, oils or other products may contain added flavors, vitamins, essential oils and different carrier oils. It’s a good idea to educate yourself on how to read a product label before you purchase a CBD product.
Types of CBD:
Isolate: contains only CBD with no other cannabinoids.
Full-spectrum: contains all cannabinoids naturally found in the cannabis plant, including THC.
Broad-spectrum: contains multiple cannabinoids naturally found in the cannabis plant, but does not contain THC.
Can I take TwoBees with my prescription medications?
As with any dietary supplement, we recommend consulting your physician prior to adding CBD to your daily routine.
Does isolate contain THC?
The short answer is no. However, it is worth checking your package or bottle to make sure your product does not contain THC as some manufacturers may mix a strain of THC with their CBD Isolate. At TwoBees CBD, our THC Free products are made of pure CBD Isolate and nothing else. Our THC Free guarantee is displayed clearly on all of our THC Free products.
Can the color of my CBD oil vary from batch to batch?
Products that are made with hemp plants grown in nature sometimes vary slightly from batch to batch. This is due to the natural, seasonal variation in the crops used for our products. At TwoBees CBD we strive to be as transparent as possible with our list of ingredients. Our CBD oil consists of CBD Isolate, MCT oil and natural terpenes; That’s it! They do not contain any additives or dyes. What WILL remain consistent is the amount of CBD in each of our products.
How should I store my TwoBees products?
To maintain the integrity of our CBD products, we recommend storing them away from constant light and heat. They do not need to be refrigerated to maintain freshness, however if you prefer to have them chilled before use, this will not degrade the quality of your product.
How should I use the included dropper to administer my hemp oil?
Fill your dropper to the desired marker with your CBD Tincture and place under the tongue for approx. 60-90 seconds. We recommend swabbing your dropper with alcohol after each use should you want to keep your dropper clean and free of harmful bacteria. Taking special care of your TwoBees Inc. CBD tincture will ensure good health and preservation of the quality of your tincture. To maintain the ease of cleanliness, take special care to avoid contact with the interior of your mouth while administering your dose of CBD.
How much oil does the dropper hold?
The dropper on all 30mL bottles holds 1mL of CBD Oil
Dropper use: Gently squeeze the rubber end and release to fill. You may squeeze back out from 1ml to reduce the dosage from 1ml to a lesser quantity.
How many servings are in each bottle of hemp extract oil?
The 30mL bottles contain 30 1mL servings. The dropper on all 30mL bottles holds 1mL of oil. You may use a higher potency product and reduce the amount of CBD consumed by using the graduated markings on the dropper.
Will TwoBees products cause me to fail a drug test?
There are many factors that come into play when we speak of drug tests regarding CBD. The amount and type of CBD consumed, individual body composition, and how often one uses CBD products to name a few. True Broad Spectrum CBD and CBD Isolate products should not contain any THC. Full Spectrum CBD products on the other hand may contain small amounts of THC (Typically 0.3% or lower). It is a good idea to thoroughly research your CBD products before regularly integrating them into your routine. We suggest consulting your health care provider before consuming any hemp products if you are subject to drug screening.