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CBD Frequently Asked Questions


Thunder Distribution does not make any medical claims

WHAT IS CBD?


Also known as “Cannabidiol” is one of sixty active chemical compounds in the Cannabis plant. Research has identified two receptors in the human body that respond to cannabis, also known as CB1 and CB2.The receptors are part of the endocannabinoid system which helps regulate hormone secretion, which influences our appetite, mood and energy levels.

DOES CBD COME FROM MARIJUANA OR HEMP? 

CBD is found in both plants and CBD products are produced from industrial Hemp.

CAN I GET HIGH USING CBD?

No, it’s non intoxicating with no euphoria or psychoactive ingredients

THC vs CBD, WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? 

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) affects the brain by binding to receptors in the central nervous system. CBD (Cannabidiol) is a molecule that binds to receptors in cells and body tissue but not the central nervous system.


BENEFITS OF CBD?


 

General wellness and relaxation.


WHAT IS CBD USED FOR?


 To relieve acute and chronic pain, anxiety, depression and sleeplessness.



HOW DO I TAKE CBD?

 Tincture drops are taken orally and placed underneath the tongue or mixed with food or drink, Caps are mixed with water, Topical Creams and Rubs are applied directly to the skin, Oral Sprays directly in your mouth, other Sprays applied to the affected area and infused Gummies and Mints are chewed and swallowed.

WHATS IN YOUR PRODUCTS? 

Ingredients can be found under individual products in the description.


HOW DO I KNOW YOUR PRODUCTS ARE SAFE AND AUTHENTIC?


 

All of our products are lab tested by a third party and contain no containment’s or intoxicating levels of THC of any kind and can be viewed on our shop CBD page under COA (Certificate of Analysis).



WHAT ARE THE KNOWN SIDE EFFECTS?

 


Diarrhea and changes in appetite and weight.



***If you take medications or supplements that come with a “Grapefruit Warning”, both grapefruits and CBD interfere with your Cytochromes also known as (CYPs) which are a group of enzymes that are important to drug metabolism and should not be taken without consulting a physician.***