CBD is a compound that interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system. This series of receptors regulates pain, mood, the immune system, memory, stress response, and other important functions. Select CBD is extracted from industrial hemp.
While people find relief from stress and physical ailments using CBD, it is not psychoactive
As with all hemp products, there is a chance that consumption could trigger a positive drug test. Consult your doctor and/or employer if this is a concern.
Most individuals report feeling relief from various symptoms immediately, while others report that it takes up to 1-2 weeks to begin to see results. We have observed that full-spectrum hemp extract builds up in the body over time.
Full-spectrum hemp extract is a non-psychoactive combination of cannabinoids, omega fatty acids, lipids, terpenes, and plant matter. It is responsible for many of the health benefits attributed to cannabis. Vida’s proprietary full-spectrum hemp extract formulations are cultivated from the highest quality ingredients and are consistently tested for their potency and purity.
Currently, there are no known cases of overdosing with hemp extract.
Full-spectrum hemp extract is non-psychoactive because it does not act on the same pathways as THC. These pathways, called CB1 receptors, are highly concentrated in the brain and are responsible for the mind-altering effects of THC.
Our raw material is sourced from local farms in Colorado.
We only source our oil from farms that use strict organic farming practices.
We test all of our raw material and finished products to ensure there are no pesticides or herbicides present.
In 2004, the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the naturally occurring cannabinoids contained in non psychoactive varieties of cannabis (industrial hemp) are outside of the regulatory power of the DEA after the DEA attempted to enforce a zero tolerance policy on the trace amounts of THC contained in Hemp products being sold at the time, such as nutritional hemp seed oil. One can view these trace amount of THC being very similar to the trace amount of morphine and codeine found within poppy seeds used for baked goods. This zero tolerance policy was challenged by the HIA (Hemp Industries Association) who won the ruling in 2004, which was subsequently left unchallenged by the Bush administration and DEA. Industrial hemp is defined internationally as having 0.3% THC or less by dry weight.