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Frequently Asked Questions

Wait, how is this legal? If your gummies have THC, how come I can order them online?

​​It all comes down to hemp vs. cannabis. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main ingredient that causes you to feel high, and it’s found in both hemp and cannabis plants - and is the exact same natural compound. Hemp plants just have 0.3% or less of THC, while cannabis plants have a higher THC concentration. THC that comes from hemp is federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill, as long as it meets the concentration requirements. 

Cannabis-derived Delta-9 THC is federally/state regulated, but you can still extract the exact Delta-9 THC you’d get from a cannabis plant from a hemp plant—which makes it legally compliant. The Delta-9 THC in our products is 100% natural hemp-derived, so that’s why we’re able to deliver them to you directly!

If this is real THC how can I get them online?

Yes! We’re the real deal. No faking it over here, we ship our microdosed drops right to your door.  The 2018 Farm Bill made hemp-derived Delta-9 THC for those 21+  legal in all states, and while cannabis is only legal in some states but still federally regulated. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main ingredient that causes you to feel high, and it’s found in both hemp and cannabis plants - and is the exact same natural compound. Hemp plants just have 0.3% or less of THC, while cannabis plants have a higher THC concentration. The Delta-9 THC in our products is 100% natural hemp-derived, so that’s why we’re able to deliver them to you directly!

What’s the difference between hemp and cannabis?

Hemp and cannabis are two names for the same flowering plant from the family Cannabaceae. The main difference is how much THC—the compound that makes you feel high—each one contains. Legally, what we call “hemp” contains 0.3% or less of THC, and what we call “cannabis” is anything that contains more. The 2018 Farm Bill made hemp legal in all states, while cannabis is legal in some states but still federally regulated.

I swore I’d never try edibles again. Why are yours different?

Most edibles have 5-10 mg of THC. For folks new to cannabis or with a lower tolerance, that much THC can cause an unpleasant, zero-to-sixty experience. But each of our gummies has just 1 mg of THC, which means that you can control and build your dose as you please. We like to compare it to sipping a glass of wine instead of taking a shot of tequila on an empty stomach, or eating a slice of cake instead of the whole thing. And hey, come back for seconds if you want!

How many gummies should I eat the first time?

The general rule of thumb for edibles is: “Start low, go slow.” If you’ve never tried THC products before, we recommend starting with one gummy, getting your bearings, and going from there. We all react differently to THC, but that’s the whole point of our low-dose edibles: if you don’t feel much with one gummy, next time you can try two or three.

What’s a microdose?

There’s no one definition of a microdose (or a dose, for that matter). That’s because everyone’s bodies, tolerances, and reactions to cannabis are different. But microdosing is consuming a smaller-than-standard dose, like our 1 mg THC gummies—just enough to feel the effects without messing up your plans for the day.

What does “full spectrum” mean?

Full spectrum means that all of the naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes found in the cannabis plant are present. Wait—what are cannabinoids and terpenes? Cannabinoids are the compounds that interact with our body’s receptors to produce physical and mental effects, like THC, CBD, CBG, and CBN. Terpenes are the compounds that create each strain’s unique aroma, flavor, color, and effects. So why are they important? Because of the “entourage effect”: that’s when all of the cannabinoids and terpenes work in synergy. Certain kinds of extraction filter out the cannabinoids and terpenes so that you’re left with just THC. But full spectrum hemp (like what’s in our gummies) still contains all of the terpenes and cannabinoids, so that you experience the plant’s full effects.

What is a hybrid strain, and why do you use that in your edibles?

There are two main species of cannabis plants, cannabis sativa and cannabis indica. Strains from sativa plants have a reputation for causing energizing effects, while strains from indica plants have a reputation for causing relaxing effects. We use a hybrid strain in our gummies: a cross between a sativa plant and an indica plant. That’s because we want our edibles to create a balanced effect—so that you can use them anytime, anywhere.

What can I do if I get too high?

First things first, take a deep breath. Remember, it's all temporary and you'll be okay. Grab a glass of water and start sipping slowly. Get comfy in your favorite spot—whether it's your bed, a cozy couch, or a hammock in the backyard. If you’re up for it, munch on some snacks to help rebalance your blood sugars and relax. Sometimes, the best thing you can do is nap it off. It's all about taking care of yourself and riding out the wave.There are other, science-backed ways to drop the buzz: 

  • Hydration: Drinking water isn’t just an important thing to do every day; it can be a game changer when consuming cannabis and dealing with being too high. THC can cause dehydration, so staying hydrated can help regulate your body's functions and potentially lessen the intensity of the high.
  • Black Pepper: Chewing on or sniffing black pepper may sound strange, but it contains a terpene called beta-caryophyllene that has been shown to have calming effects and can potentially reduce THC-induced anxiety or paranoia.
  • Lemon or Citrus: Citrus fruits like lemon contain limonene, another terpene that may help counteract some of the effects of THC. Sipping on lemon water or consuming citrus fruits may help alleviate feelings of anxiety or agitation.
  • Rest and Relaxation: Finding a comfortable and safe environment to rest and relax can help ease feelings of anxiety or discomfort. Practice deep breathing exercises, listen to calming music, or try techniques like progressive muscle relaxation to promote relaxation.
  • Moderate Exercise: We aren’t saying you have to go out and run a 5k to escape your high, but a quick nature walk can help shift your perspective from panicking to pleasurable. Taking a walk or doing gentle yoga, can help release endorphins and promote relaxation. 
  • Mindfulness and Distraction: Practicing mindfulness techniques, like meditation or visualization, can help shift your focus away from the negative and into the positive. Do the things you love, activities that you enjoy, or watch a movie, or spend time with loved ones, whatever you need to give your brain a break.
It’s my 1st time– how do I know it’s working?

Are you feeling relaxed? Got the giggles? Are you snacking a little extra? Depending on your dosage, you could be experiencing an array of effects. A good way to know when you’re first starting out exploring edibles is to make a note of how you’re feeling before, when you took your dose, and what you wanted to gain from it. Were you looking for long term pain relief? Help falling asleep?  Needed a moment to get out from under that dark cloud? A burst of energy? Or just unwind and relax for once? Whatever your goals, knowing how you felt before you consume is a great way to gauge how you're doing. 

The great thing about our microdosed edibles is they allow you to experiment with your dose and slowly build to where you want to be.

What is a hybrid cannabis strain?

Here’s how you get a hybrid– You've got two plants: One's known for its chill, laid-back vibes, while the other brings a burst of creative energy. What if you could blend the best of both worlds? That's where hybrid cannabis strains come in.

A hybrid strain is the perfect mix of two different types of hemp plants, or different strains. These plants have their own distinct characteristics. Strains that fall into Indicas are known for their relaxing, mellow effects, ideal for unwinding after a hectic day. Sativa dominant strains, on the flip side, are more uplifting and energizing, great for sparking creativity or powering through a busy schedule.

When you crossbreed these two types together, you get a hybrid strain that combines the best qualities of each. Think of it as a strain that starts with a euphoric buzz, then gradually eases you into a state of calm relaxation. Or maybe it's a strain that gives you a boost of motivation and focus, followed by a gentle sense of tranquility as the day winds down.

Hybrids can lean more towards being indica-dominant, sativa-dominant, or balanced, depending on which parent plant's traits shine through the most. Whether you're seeking something to help you unwind in the evening or to fuel your creativity during the day, there's likely a hybrid strain out there that suits your vibe perfectly. Our UPLIFT products use a hybrid strain to give you that blissful buzzed feeling. Our SLEEP products are formulated with Indica dominant hybrid strain to get you into that relaxed, sleepy zone.

How do I store my edibles?

Our products come prepared and packaged to be stored safely. The beauty of being able to buy online means we take our safety seriously. Our packaging is child proof so you can consume responsibly. We also recommend a few things to keep your products perfect: Store your edibles in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Exposure to light and heat can degrade the cannabinoids and other compounds, reducing the potency of the product. Keep your products in their original packaging to ensure that they are safe, secure, and ready for you to enjoy.

What does ‘full spectrum’ even mean?

So, you might have heard the term "full spectrum" thrown around in the cannabis world. Basically, it's like getting the whole shebang of goodness from the plant. Products that use Full Spectrum plant include a mix of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other cool stuff found naturally in cannabis. Instead of isolating just one thing, like THC or CBD, you get this awesome blend that works together to give you all the good-ness. 

What are cannabinoids?

Alright, so here's the deal with cannabinoids: they're the chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant that give it its unique properties and effects. Think of them as the power behind the scenes to make cannabis do what it does for you. 

Now, the two most famous cannabinoids are THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). THC is the one responsible for the psychoactive effects of cannabis—aka, the high—while CBD is more chill, known for its potential therapeutic benefits, without getting you stoned.

Here's where it gets interesting: there are actually over 100 different cannabinoids in cannabis, each with its own potential effects and benefits. Some, like THC and CBD, are more well-known, while others are still being studied to unlock their full potential.

These cannabinoids interact with our bodies through the endocannabinoid system, a complex network of receptors found throughout our brains and bodies. That’s right, our bodies are primed to handle cannabis compounds and deliver the goods where they need to go within our bodies. When we consume cannabis, these cannabinoids bind to the receptors, influencing things like mood, appetite, pain perception, and more.

So, whether you're looking to relax, get creative, or find relief from pain, cannabinoids are the key players in the cannabis plant that make it all happen.

What are terpenes?

Let's talk terpenes—they're the aromatic accessory of the plant world, giving cannabis (and many other plants) their distinctive smells and flavors. 

Here's the cool part: terpenes aren't just about making things smell good. They also play a major role in the effects and potential benefits of cannabis. See, when we consume cannabis, these terpenes interact with cannabinoids like THC and CBD, influencing how they affect us.

Some terpenes, like myrcene, are known for their calming effects, while others, like limonene, can boost mood and energy. So, depending on the terpene profile of a cannabis strain, you might experience different effects and flavors.

And it doesn't stop there—terpenes have some pretty nifty health benefits too. Some are believed to have anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, and even pain-relieving properties, adding to the overall experience of consuming cannabis.

And get this: terpenes aren't unique to cannabis. They're found in all sorts of plants, from lavender to citrus fruits, and they've been used for centuries in aromatherapy, traditional medicine, and beyond.

The next time you hear a crazy strain name, or catch a sniff of something special, take into account how those terpenes are doing more than just making it taste and smell amazing—they're also enhancing your experience in ways you might not even realize.

WTF is a microdose?

So WTF is a microdose? Microdosing in cannabis is all about taking a small, controlled dose of THC or CBD to tap into the plant's potential while keeping things more chill and manageable. Whether you're looking to ease anxiety, boost productivity, or enhance your experience each day, microdosing with cannabis edibles is a game-changer. Plus, it's super easy to incorporate into your routine—just pop a low-dose edible or try an infused treat and see where it takes you.

Why is Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid important?

These labels are kind of like personality traits for your weed. Indica is like the cozy, stay-at-home friend, sativa is the adventurous, always-up-for-anything buddy, and hybrid is the perfect mix of both. Knowing these distinctions helps you pick the strain that matches your vibe and what you're looking to get out of your cannabis experience. It's like choosing the perfect playlist for your mood.

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