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When CBD comes from a plant that contains less than 0.3 percent THC, the federal government considers this as “industrial hemp,” and by most states’ guidelines, can be legally sold to consumers. However, if a plant has THC levels above 0.3 percent, the federal government considers this as “marijuana”, and prohibits it from being sold online and to many states in-stores.
A TRU Source indeed, all of TRUCBD products are 100% all natural, vegan, and NON GMO. The THC levels of our products are less than 0.3 percent THC and are sourced from sustainable hemp farms that are FDA-compliant, GMP-certified, and located right here in the USA!
There are four different ways to use CBD, which include: Inhalation, Topical Application, Sublingual, or Ingestion. TRU CBD offers products where you can receive your CBD through ingesting our CBD gummies or topically applying CBD to the skin.
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What is CBD Isolate?
CBD Isolate is a form of CBD that is 100% pure CBD. It contains no other cannabinoids, terpenes, or flavonoids.
What is Broad Spectrum CBD?
Broad spectrum CBD is very similar to the full spectrum CBD. However, it contains no THC. It only contains CBD (cannabidiol) and other beneficial compounds such as CBC, CBG, CBN, etc.
What is Full Spectrum CBD?
Full-spectrum CBD is comprised of all cannabinoids you would find within the hemp plant + very little THC (under 0.3%). This includes: terpenes, essential oils, CBD and other cannabinoids such as CBC, CBG, CBN, etc…which can all help unlock the full benefits CBD has to offer your body.
CBD can be effective using a wide range of doses. There is no standard dosage that is right for everyone. Users should begin with a small dose and slowly increase their dosage as needed. A few small doses during the day is ideal versus taking one big dose and not liking the way your body reacts to that dosage. Our suggestion is to take your dose every 4-6 hours, but getting to the optimal dose of CBD will require users some trial and error.