Frequently Asked Questions

Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract (Cannabidiol Oil) is regulated in its production and is tested for THC and CBD levels, however it does not contain either of those Cannabinoids. Test have shown that there are no cannabinoids present in the seeds of the hemp plant. … From The Flower Oil does not contain THC and is legal in all 50 states.

CBD does not bind to the receptors in the body responsible for psychoactivity, therefore it is not a habit-forming substance. As of April 2020, there is no evidence of withdrawal symptoms from CBD.

From The Flower Balm (400 MG)  is a new formulated topical balm made for use on sore muscle areas and areas where there is pain. Derived from raw hemp oil, this balm allows for a unique and powerful combination of natural ingredients and Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract.

Never apply the cream to open wounds or take internally. Apply cream on the skin.

Depending on the amount of pain you are in, but usually you can apply the cream 3 to 4 times a day if necessay.

Once you apply the cream, you should see results in 15-30 min.

Our pain relief products provide safe, fast, and effective relief from minor aches and pains in muscles and joints associated with simple backaches, arthritis, strains, bruises, and sprains for increased comfort and flexibility.

Our broad-spectrum Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid-rich extract derived from the Cannabis sativa L. plant grown in accordance with federal and state laws. It is non-addictive, non-psychoactive, and THC-free.

We source our Hemp Oil from Colorado.

All of our From the Flower products contain 400mg.

In general, you will want to use approximately 1-1.5 grams per application, about a dime-sized to half-dollar sized amount for small regions of the body. We recommend that you use our products 3-4 times a day.

Some of our products are 100% natural, while others are made of primarily natural ingredients. You can review each product label for a complete list of our ingredients.

You can use our  products before, during, or after your exercise.

CBD is legal at the federal level and in most states with varying degrees of restrictions. The laws are constantly revised. Be sure to check the restrictions in your state before purchasing CBD.

CBD isn’t currently regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and there are no official recommended dosages. Start with a small dosage of CBD and increase slowly until you reach your desired effect. Your ideal dosage of CBD depends on a lot of factors, like your body weight, body chemistry, the condition you’re treating, and the concentration of CBD in the product you’re using.

If the product contains no THC, you cannot fail a drug test due to CBD alone. Some CBD products do not contain any THC – these are known as CBD Isolate or Broad Spectrum CBD. That said, full spectrum CBD products contain trace amounts of THC. Legally, retail stores are not allowed to sell CBD products that contain more than 0.3% THC. This legal amount of CBD is too low to cause anyone to have psychoactive effects or cause anyone to fail a drug test from normal use. In fact, CBDMEDIC products are not transdermal, meaning they do not enter the bloodsteam. Therefore, you do not have to worry

CBD oil is made by extracting CBD from the Cannabis sativa L. plant, then diluting it with a carrier oil like olive or hemp seed oil. It’s gaining momentum in the health and wellness world.

Generally, CBD topical effects can be felt within 15–20 minutes and can last up to 6 hours.

No, there is no evidence to support that anyone could overdose on CBD.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 100 cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, which can play a role in the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex cell-signaling regulatory system that contains a group of endogenous receptors located in the human (and mammalian animal) body throughout the central and peripheral nervous system. It consists of natural occurring cannabinoids in the body and cannabinoid receptors, primarily CB1 and CB2, which fit together like a lock and key to promote homeostasis in the body—as well as metabolic enzymes to break down the cannabinoids once the body gets what it needs from them. When a phytocannabinoid (plant-based cannabinoid) is introduced to the body, it unlocks the receptors to help send signals throughout the body. More research is underway to pinpoint CBD’s full effects on the body.