What is CBD?
CBD, cannabidiol for short, is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. Unlike its cousin THC, CBD is non-psychoactive which means that it does not produce a high like marijuana. CBD can be found in many other plants, but it is most abundant in the hemp plant.
Is CBD legal?
Yes, CBD is legal in the US per the 2018 Farm Bill. CBD is also legal in Canada.
How do I use CBD honey?
You can use your CBD honey just like regular honey -- as an additive to tea, food, or just eating a plain old teaspoon. As with all CBD products, we recommend that you start small and add slowly to find the right dosage for you.
What other ingredients are in your products?
None! Our CBD Honey contains two ingredients: organic cold pressed, full spectrum hemp oil concentrate and raw honey. We do not allow other additives, preservatives, or emulsifiers to dilute our products.
How do you ensure the quality of your CBD?
We source our CBD exclusively from local hemp farmers at Franny's Farmacy. Franny's grows their own crops using ethical practices, harvests the hemp by hand, and dries it naturally to avoid synthetic extraction processes. Franny's creates a whole plant extract that contain other beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and oils that work together to form the entourage effect -- this is what we use in our honey. An industry leader local to WNC, we have nothing but confidence in the experts at Franny's Farmacy. To learn more about them, visit their website at Franny's Farmacy.
Is your CBD tested?
Sandy Bee Mine works exclusively with hemp farmers who test the CBD as soon as it is extracted and then tested again by a third-party lab to ensure quality.
What can CBD do for me?
Everyone’s health and wellness is personal and unique. Furthermore, we cannot make any claims to the efficacy of CBD per FDA guidelines. However, we encourage everyone to research the benefits of CBD independently and to speak to their physicians and wellness coaches.
Where can I learn more about CBD?
Project CBD is one great source of information to get you started: https://www.projectcbd.org/guidance/beginners-guide.
Another great resource is Rod Knight, a lawyer who focuses on the commerce of industrial hemp: https://cannabusiness.law/.
Will CBD affect a drug test?
In short, CBD contains such small amounts of THC does not typically show up a drug test. However, CBD may cause THC to appear in your bloodstream for longer due to the way it affects metabolism. The full details of this have yet to be proven through evidence-based research. Err on the side of caution if you may be taking a drug test.
More questions? Contact us anytime.