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CBD Terminology

What Does CBD Stand For?

CBD is the abbreviation for ‘cannabidiol’. CBD is one of the most abundant cannabinoids found in marijuana, second to its psychoactive counterpart, THC. 

Can CBD Get You High?

Unlike THC, CBD and other cannabinoids do not produce psychoactive effects; therefore, it cannot get you high.

Will CBD Show Up On A Drug Test?

Isolate & Broad Spectrum CBD Products will NOT show up on a drug test. However, Full Spectrum Products do contain trace amounts of THC and may show up on testing. The products on our website are spectrum labeled to inform you of which products you can or cannot consume. 


Different spectrums refer to the degree of scientific balance between the naturally occurring compounds in the hemp plant, including cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. 

  • Isolate Spectrum: CBD in its purest form. Isolate CBD products do not contain other cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, or THC. During manufacturing, CBD is stripped from the other components. 

  • Broad Spectrum: CBD paired with additional cannabinoids, including CBD-A, CBG, CBN, & CBC. Broad Spectrum products do not contain THC
  • Full Spectrum: CBD paired with CBD-A, CBG, CBN, & CBC. Full Spectrum Products also contain 0.3% or less THC


  • CBD: Most abundant & therapeutic cannabinoid commonly used to alleviate pain. It is also anti-inflammatory, anti-nausea, and more!  
  • CBG: Known as the mother of all cannabinoids. Research has demonstrated its anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, antidepressant, and pain-relieving abilities
  • CBN: Produces minimal psychoactive effects which contributes to mildly sedating the body resulting in better sleep, decrease in pain & nausea. 
  • CBC: Anti-microbial, antidepressant, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, analgesic properties. Works best when paired with other cannabinoids. 
  • CBDA: Anti-inflammatory, anti-nausea, anti- anxiety
  • THC: Main psychoactive compound in cannabis. Anti-anxiety, anti-inflammation, anti-nausea, anti-seizure, analgesic, etc. 
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