Biologic Hemp

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    What  is Canibidiol (CBD)?

    What is the endocannabinoid system (ECS)?

    Does CBD get me high?

    Is CBD legal in all 50 states? 

    Where does CBD come from?

    What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?

    What is the difference between CBD and THC? 

    Are there any side effects?

    What is best method of use or ingestion?

    What is recommended serving size?

    What is our method of extraction? 

    Are all hemp extracts the same?

    Is CBD for sale near me?

    What is the source of our CBD?

    Is there a report showing analysis?

    What kind of testing is performed? 

    What kind of 3rd party independent analysis do we have? 

    MOST IMPORTANTLY Why Biologic Hemp!?
     

    What is Cannabidiol (CBD)

    Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 113 compounds found in cannabis that belong to a class of molecules called cannabinoids. CBD is non-psychoactive meaning it will NOT get you high.  CBD has what is called a “biphasic effect” on sleep, meaning it has different effects depending on dosage. Small doses of CBD appear to increase wakefulness, while large doses are sedating. Large doses of over 160mg/day have been linked to more time spent sleeping. But when taking doses less than 25mg/day, subjects report feeling stimulated and more awake. CBD also appears to counteract the sleep-inducing effects of THC, which may explain why some strains of cannabis are known to increase alertness. 

    What is the endocannabinoid system (ECS)?

    The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is one of the most important components of the body. The number of physiological processes it is responsible for or involved in is truly staggering. Understanding the ECS is important for both cannabis users and non-users alike, as its impact on health is unparalleled. " A series of groundbreaking discoveries revealed that endocannabinoid molecules are as widespread and important as conventional neurotransmitters" according to The National Center for Biotechnnology Information (NCBI) which is a part US National Library of Medicine (NLM) a branch of National Institutes of Health (NIH) all of which are government agencies and define the endo-cannabinoid system here.  

    Does CBD get me high?

    No. CBD does not get you high. CBD is not psychoactive and does not affect or influence your mind, your thoughts, or your behavior in any way, shape or form.  

    Is CBD legal in all 50 states?

    Yes. Worldwide. CBD oil sourced from hemp is legal all across the U.S when sold as a dietary supplement. Our proprietary technology allows us to completely remove the THC without disturbing the other naturally synergistic compounds. Because we have the ability to completely remove the THC from our oil, we are able to ship our products across state lines and to dozens of countries around the world. Our full-spectrum CBD includes essential vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other trace cannabinoids, to your healthy diet. Because our products are categorized as dietary supplements in the United States, we comply with the FDA’s DSHEA guidelines and cannot endorse any specific medical benefits of CBD.  All of our American hemp CBD plants are grown and distributed in full compliance with the State of Colorado, as well as in full federal compliance with §7606 of the 2014 US Farm Bill and can be sold in all 50 states. Biologic Hemp ® or it's affiliates do no sell, distribute, or manufacture any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act (US.CSA)          

     

    Where does CBD come from?

    CBD is extracted and separated from specific varieties of cannabis, often known as hemp. Chemically, CBD is one of many cannabinoids, which are all found in the cannabis plant. CBD is the second most abundant substance in hemp, typically yielding up to 40 percent of its extracts. There is some confusion surrounding CBD hemp due to its botanical cousin, marijuana. This most abundant form of cannabis contains the cannabinoid known as THC, an intoxicating and illegal substance responsible for causing marijuana users to get ‘high’. Since our CBD is completely isolated from THC, it is unable to cause a "high". 

    What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?

    Hemp and marijuana are actually both members of the same plant species, Cannabis sativa L. Cannabis sativa L. can contain a wide spectrum of cannabinoid concentrations, including wide ranging compositions of THC and CBD. Still, there are many practical differences between hemp and marijuana, and clear lines drawn between the two.In practical use, “hemp” is the term used to describe the food and fiber variety of the cannabis plant, and “marijuana” is cannabis that’s grown to enhance the chemicals that make you feel high or stoned. Cannabis has both male and female plants. When growing marijuana, male plants are removed and only female plants are cultivated. This is because when cannabis is fertilized, it lowers the concentration of THC–the main chemical that gets you high. Thanks to selective breeding over many years, ideal concentrations of THC in marijuana range from 10% to as much as 30%. This will be important to remember in a moment when we compare marijuana to hemp. Marijuana is usually grown indoors so that conditions can be monitored very closely. Marijuana is encouraged to become short and bushy and grow lots of flowers. That’s because THC is concentrated mostly in the trichomes — little resin-filled glands — on the flowers of the plant. Although you can find THC throughout cannabis, it is the flowers or “buds” that are harvested for recreational marijuana. Hemp, on the other hand, is as close as you can get to how cannabis grows naturally. Hemp is grown all over the world for food, oil, and fiber — so, the whole plant can be used, not just the flowers. With the hemp type of cannabis, male and female plants are sown very closely together, allowing for easy wind pollination and easily crowding out weeds. This results in very tall, hardy plants with less branching that look very different from the short, bushy marijuana plants.Another key difference between hemp and marijuana is that hemp naturally has almost no THC. Its flowers must contain just 0.3% THC — which is 33 times less than the least potent marijuana. Meaning, it’s impossible to get high from hemp, although many people have tried! Hemp also has more CBD than THC naturally, making it an ideal source of CBD from cannabis and one of the reasons why hemp oil is the preferred source of natural CBD for thousands of people worldwide!

    What is the difference between CBD & THC?

    Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the two main ingredients in the marijuana/hemp plant. Both CBD and THC belong to a unique class of compounds known as cannabinoids. To put it in the simplest form possible, THC is psychoactive meaning it will get you high and is still illegal in some states, while CBD is not psychoactive and when derived from hemp is legal in all 50 states. 

    Are there any side effects?

    The short answer? No, there aren’t any side effects. New studies have shown that the biggest side effect of high-CBD products like CBD oil is dry mouth. It should be noted that CBD does interfere with the liver’s ability to metabolize other pharmaceutical products This interference could cause unintended consequences. If you take any medication(s), be sure to consult a physician before adding a CBD product to your diet.

    What is the best method of use or ingenstion?

    The route of administration of any therapeutic compound (in this case CBD) is extremely important as it can govern the uptake, distribution and elimination of the therapeutic. Consequently it can govern how effective the therapeutic will be. Fortunately here @ Biologic Hemp ® we've made things SIMPLE...


    The most common route of administration of CBD for internal ailments is via the oral application. Try our highly concentrated nano-amplified full spectrum CBD Soft-gels for maximum bio-availability and absorption. 


    The most common route of administration of CBD for external ailments is via a topical application. Try our highly concentrated nano-amplified full spectrum CBD Salve for maximum absorption and effectiveness.


    What is recommended serving size?

    To further comply with FDA regulations, Biologic Hemp ® does not list a Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) of our own, nor do we provide a Daily Value (%DV) for any of our products.   

    What is our method of extraction?

    Our proprietary hemp extraction process ensures the preservation of nearly all beneficial hemp derived cannabinoids and terpenes while allowing us to eliminate unwanted compounds. This process ensures that our products contain the synergistic compounds necessary to produce the entourage effect which contributes directly to the efficacy of our CBD oil. 


    Extraction methods maintain the full plant profile - ensuring customers a full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and fatty acids from the natural plant. Cold, enclosed, and continuous manufacturing processes prevents the degradation of natural molecules during extraction and purification. 

     

    Are all hemp extracts the same?

    No. Doing your own research provides for the most accurate and up-to-date information. We highly recommend this for all consumers so they make a well-educated and informed decision on their own.  


    Here are 3 standards to look for when purchasing CBD.

    - Extraction Methods

    - Sourcing

    - Bio-availability


    @ Biologic Hemp® our Mission is to provide the Absolute Best Cannabinoids ®  & 

    Help Humanity be Healthy and Happy®  

    Is CBD for sale near me? Do you ship to all 50 states & worldwide?

    Yes.  All of our American hemp CBD plants are grown and distributed in full compliance with the State of Colorado, as well as in full federal compliance with §7606 of the 2014 US Farm Bill and can be sold in all 50 states. Biologic Hemp ® or it's affiliates do no sell, distribute, or manufacture any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act (US.CSA)  

    What is the source of our CBD?

    All of the plants for our phytocannabinoid rich (PCR) products are grown in the U.S.A. using organic farming practices, cultivated with naturally developed genetic strains of industrial hemp. Our sources state-of-the-art cloning program promises continued enhancement of our natural genetic strains and ensures a safe and regulated product, with unsurpassed potency and consistency. We pride ourselves on transparency. Our sources land and greenhouses are always available for our customers to visit and tour. Our source works with multi-generational farmers whose farm-ground has full access to water rights - ensuring long-lasting relationships and sustainable farming practices. 

    Is there a report showing analysis?

    Each product is traced back to a specific batch # and upon request Biologic Hemp ® can provide a Certificate of Analysis. 

    What kind of testing is performed?

    The testing is done in-house and verified through independent, third-party labs using HPLC testing methods, with certificates of analysis and potency reports available for review. Our company maintains GMP practices throughout the supply chain, with a dedication to transparency to our customers and clients. 

    What kind of 3rd party independent analysis do you have?

    We work with independent labs across the country to test our PCR hemp oil. Accurately testing the product is of utmost importance to ensure our customers the highest quality of our product. No harmful solvents are used in the processing of our PCR hemp oil and the final product is completely solvent free. The labs that we work with are just a few in the world that are qualified and capable of doing the testing that is necessary to meet our quality standards. 


    - Grace Analytical 

    - iLab

    MOST IMPORTANTLY Why Biologic Hemp!?

     

    Biologic Hemp is a Colorado based Corporation.

    Our partners were issued one of the first hemp licenses in Colorado State in 2014.   All of our American hemp CBD plants are grown and distributed in full compliance with the State of Colorado, as well as in full federal compliance with §7606 of the 2014 US Farm Bill and can be sold in all 50 states. Biologic Hemp ® or it's affiliates do no sell, distribute, or manufacture any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act (US.CSA) 


    •  Zero THC, Hemp CBD Oil - *Zero means absolutely no detectable levels of THC. This is the only true full spectrum CBD extract that contains zero THC and is not diluted down.    
    • Complete Whole Plant, Full Flower Profile - A proprietary extraction process uses the entire plant for a full-spectrum oil, containing a large amount of naturally present cannabinoids such as CBG, CBN, CBC, THCA, CBDA, and over 40 terpenes that have been identified that are naturally present in our products.
    • Extraction & Purification Process - Proprietary extraction technology allows for high levels of cannabinoids especially CBD, CBG, and CBN, while eliminating unwanted amounts of THC and chlorophyll.
    • Rigorous Testing - On-site chromatography testing ensures accurate levels of phytocannabinoids and confirms the absence of THC through proprietary processes.  ​ 
    • 3rd Party Lab Testing - All batches produced are sent to authorized 3rd Party Labs for complete analysis and verification of the internal lab test results that are conducted in-house and included with ALL orders.  ​  
    • Quality Control - All of our CBD oils, extracts, concentrates, and finished products are manufactured in a GMP facility with the highest quality control measures in the industry.