frequently asked questions


wHO are you?

I’m so glad you asked! Head over here to learn a little more about me. Let’s be friends!

Are you an expert?

Not hardly — I’m just on the hunt for high-quality CBD products that I feel good about recommending to friends. I believe it’s important to educate yourself, which is why I’ve put together some resources for you to explore on your own.

WHat MG Dose should I use? Will cbd work for [fill in the blank]?

I honestly can’t say, babe. This is one of those situations where you will have to do some experimentation of your own. Everyone’s situation will be a little different due to metabolism, genetics, medical history, etc. It’s best to start small (perhaps 2-3MG) and titrate up. Be mindful of how your body feels each time you change your dose.

What’s the best way to take CBD?

Well, that really depends on your vybe. Do you like snacks? Edibles might be a great place to start. Are you on that self-care train? A topical cream or bath bomb are probably perfect for you (and the ‘gram). No time to mess around? Sublingual CBD drops will enter your bloodstream lickety-split.

ISn’T CBD the same as THC?

No.

First off, CBD and THC are naturally-occurring cannabinoids derived from the cannabis sativa plant. Hemp and Marijuana are both species of cannabis, but the concentration of these compounds is distinctly different in each plant.

THC is a psychoactive compound found in high concentrations in Marijuana. Hemp contains very low concentrations (less than 0.3%) of THC, but is abundant in CBD.

Do you review products that have higher concentrations of THC in the formula?

No — I am incredibly sensitive to THC.

What’s more, marijuana for medical or recreational use is currently illegal where I live. The Limited Access Marijuana Laws for Texas states that only, “Low-THC Cannabis with not more than 0.5 percent by weight of tetrahydrocannabinols; and not less than 10 percent by weight of cannabidiol” are legal for public use.

is CBD safe to use during pregnancy?

Please consult your doctor.