FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

What is Cannabidiol (CBD)?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural compound from industrial hemp plants. It is one of 113 known cannabanoids. Unlike THC, CBD is non-phsychoative. Therefore, there is no high. It is becoming widely used from treating multiple symptoms.

Is CBD (cannabidiol) Safe?

Many poeople ask about the safety of CBD and other cannabanoids.   For starters, CBD (cannabidiol) is generally marketed and sold as a supplement.  The FDA doesn’t currently regulate safety and purity standards on dietary supplements. Some people may experience side effects from CBD. So, it’s important to check with your primary care physician if you have concerns.

To increase safety, only buy CBD products that have been 3rd Party Lab Tested by an accredited lab.

What's the Best Way to Take CBD (cannabidiol) Hemp Oil?

There are numerous ways to consume hemp oil extract. We believe the best non-vaping options is the tincture. When taking under the tongue (sublingual) the absorption rate is quicker.

Do You Test for Potency and Purity?

Yes. NatreLeaf aims for the best standards for potency, purity, and quality. NatreLeaf hemp oil is third-party tested for the extract Profile, Potency & Purity.

How Are NatreLeaf Products Created?

All of our hemp is industrial hemp certified, organically grown, and sourced from the USA. At NatreLeaf we use solvent-free CO2 extraction. This produces the highest grade hemp oil extract. No Metals, Non-GMO, No Pesticides, and No Harsh Chemicals.

Learn more about Our Process here.

What Dose of CBD Should I Take?

NatreLeaf has published a CBD Hemp Oil Dosage Calculator to assist in a dosage range.

What Does CBD Do for Anxiety?

Many people are using CBD products to manage daily anxiety symptoms. In fact, Harvard Health Publishing/Harvard Medical School research states, “CBD is commonly used to address anxiety, and for patients who suffer through the misery of insomnia, studies suggest that CBD may help with both falling asleep and staying asleep.”

Learn more about hemp oil for anxiety here.

Does CBD Get You "High"?

NO, CBD Hemp Oil is Non-Pshychoactive.

Is CBD Hemp Oil Legal?

In 2018 the 2018 Farm Bill was passed to allow production & consumption of hemp-derived products in all 50 states. To conform, cbd hemp products must contain LESS than 0.3% THC and come from industrial hemp plants.

Learn more here about, Is CBD Oil Legal?

How Long Does CBD Take To Work?

Everyone has a different endocannabonid system, so it will vary. Although some people start feeling benefits day 1, we generally advise to give it 4-7 days.

The largest factor will be if you’re using the correct dosage. A few things that affect your dosing needs are:

  • Height
  • Weight
  • Condition
  • Symptoms
  • Body Chemistry

What's The Difference Between a Hemp & Marijuana Plant?

Although they may look the same, the difference is the THC Content. For a plant be considered hemp it must contain LESS than 0.3% THC. Over the legal limit and it would be considered a cannabis plant.

Want more information? Get a more detailed comparison of  hemp vs marijuana (cannabis).

Will CBD Make Me Fail a Drug Test?

Yes and No…

CBD Itself will Not cause you to fail a drug test.

However, in a full-spectrum formula there will be up to 0.3% THC. In these cases, that small amount could trigger a positive result depending on the testing sensitivity.

So, the THC Free CBD Hemp Oil is the best choice for anyone concerned with drug testing issues.

Does CBD Work For Pain Relief?

Many ask about CBD Hemp Oil for Pain Relief. NatreLeaf CBD Hemp Oil isn’t made to treat, diagnose, or cure any ailment or condition. Millions of people use CBD products daily for well being and recovery from exercise activity.

What's The Endocannabinoid System?

The endocannabinoid system is an indepth cell-signaling system. It does a great deal to stabalize internall processes. It’s know to regualate functions such as mood, memory, sleep, appetite, and more.

What's Are Phytocannabinoids?

Phytocannabinoids are naturally occuring compounds found in the hemp and cannabis plants. Although each phytocannabinoid carries its own fingerprint, they also work well together.