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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I create an account?

Your account is created during the checkout process. No other action is required, simply shop the site and “opt-in” to create an account during Checkout. After creating an account with NanoPlanet CBD you will be able to revisit your account and view Order history, Check Order Status, View Tracking information, change your profile information and more… Remember, NanoPlanet CBD does not retain nor sell your information, your transactions are encrypted and your account is as safe here as the transactions at your bank.

Will CBD show up on a drug test?

The short answer is: Depends…. (better read this fully before you make that purchase).

First let’s understand the different categories of available CBD on the market. Also noteworthy; legal, compliant CBD is “NOT” cannabis or better said: Not derived from Cannabis. CBD is derived from the hemp plant and yes, these are two different animals.

  • IsolateCBD Only, No other cannabinoids present, No THC (non-detectable levels)
  • Broad spectrummultiple cannabinoids of the hemp plant, No THC (non-detectable levels)
  • Full Spectrumall cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, includes <0.3% THC

Good Quality, legal & compliant Full Spectrum CBD is 0.3% or less Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). I would never recommend that you drink a whole bottle of Full Spectrum CBD, but doing so; aside from potential stomach issues, will only give you a slight high and is likely to make you sleepy more than anything else. However, if you have a job or any other reason you might be having a mandatory drug test or if you prefer to NOT have THC in your system, Broad Spectrum CBD is what you are shopping for.

Should I be concerned about CBD getting me high?

First let’s understand the different categories of available CBD on the market. 

  • IsolateCBD Only
  • Broad spectrummultiple cannabinoids of the hemp plant, No THC
  • Full Spectrumall cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, includes <0.3% THC

Good quality, legal & compliant Full Spectrum CBD is 0.3% or less Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). I would never suggest that you drink a whole bottle of CBD, doing so would be very expensive and will get you high, definitely too impaired to drive. If you dare drink the bottle you should plan on staying put for a while. If you have an employer or any other reason you might be having a mandatory drug test, the Full Spectrum CBD version is NOT your friend and likely to register detectable levels of THC.

Instead, purchase a Broad Spectrum CBD. When legal and lab tested, the broad spectrums have non-detectable levels of THC. Broad Spectrum is the CBD of choice when THC is not an option.

Is CBD safe to take while also taking prescription drugs?

The short answer is: “Always consult your primary physician before any plan of prolonged use of CBD in conjunction of prescription medications – period.”

There are studies that suggest certain medications can potentially utilize the same receptors as CBD and vice versa. If taken together and… Let’s say, CBD binds to these receptors first, your prescription medication may not be broken down as intended, miss binding to those used receptors and be passed to the liver in a concentrated form potentially causing liver damage. In addition, neither medication nor CBD are delivered as a full dose. Thus, long periods of misuse may be doing more damage than repair.

This is especially important if your plan involves children and/or pets.
For example: pets have many, many more receptors in there brains than what their human counterparts do. If you give a… let’s say “dog” a THC based CBD at medium to high levels, this could potentially be toxic. At the very least you could be making him/her feel very sick. And, that’s one family member that is not able to express how this may be making them feel.
That being said, Cannabidiol is a naturally occurring, holistic, chemical that taken correctly can have many, many benefits and best of all… Did I mention? It’s all natural.

Can I mix my CBD into Drinks and/or Food?

The short, short answer: Use a Tincture.

When it comes to ingesting your CBD (and other remedies, cough, cough,- if you catch my drift) there are or can be several methods to ingest these products. Ingesting any of these through the stomach will almost always cut that dose in half through digestion. In other words, you will absorb 1/2 to 3/4 of your CBD and lose the rest of your dose via digestion. That’s why, when asked I always recommend a Tincture.

An often overlooked and very important aspect of “taking & benefiting” from CBD is to know which version of CBD, CBDA, CBDV, CBN, CBG, and all those other cannabinoids extracted from the hemp plant are good for you, why and how to take them correctly.

Take your CBD as Intended

Ways to consume CBD:

  • Vaping
  • Topical
  • Tincture
  • Edibles
  • many others we won’t discuss here

Vaping: Vaping will NEVER be recommended by NanoPlanet CBD ever. Damaging your health to improve your health will never be a recommendation made here.

Topical: Absorbing CBD through the skin is a great way to get relief from pain and inflammation and highly recommend providing your needs fit the box.

Tincture: Under the tongue and into the bloodstream is a highly recommended form of receiving CBD. This should be your “GO TO” daily regiment and will benefit both your short and long term needs.

Edibles: Taking CBD through the digestive system is a suitable method of using CBD, just know that you are losing a portion of your dose as it passes through your system. Knowing this you should adjust your dose accordingly. It is suggested, depending on the source of your research… you may lose up to half, especially if the manufacturer baked both the CBD and the product together.

Do you carry Vape products?

No Vapes here… NanoPlanet CBD has your best interest in mind and would never recommend smoking “anything” when it comes to your health. Vape included.

Do you carry pet CBD?

Absolutely! Our clients LOVE the tinctures almost as much as we LOVE our pets! Our pet tinctures are 500mg / 30ml droppers in Natural and Peanut Butter flavor. We also carry beef & chicken flavor pet treats for various ailments in a 5mg / 10mg dose. Here’s a link: Pet CBD

What CBD is best for dogs with anxiety?

Please remember to NOT give your pet THC! Also, remember; CBD is NOT cannabis but instead derived from hemp! And yes, they are two different animals.

Any pet suffering from anxiety is a potential benefactor when taking CBD if taken correctly. So people with fur babies suffering from anxiety should look for a Calming or Sleep formula. Small pets should start with small doses: 5mg… small to medium pets: 5mg-10mg & medium to large and large pets: 10-10+mg. All these are only the Recommended Dose so please keep track of those doses and let your pet tell you if its working or not… of course, that takes some diligence but it will pay off in the end with the potential to keep your pet very comfortable with the best possible result.

CBDA, What is science saying about CBDA?

Cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) is a little-known cannabinoid with major therapeutic potential. In preliminary studies, CBDA has shown to treat inflammation, anxiety, seizures, and even certain types of cancer. CBDA is now seen as the next frontier in cannabinoid-based therapy.

CBDV, what is science saying about CBDV

Like CBD, CBDV significantly reduces the frequency and severity of seizures. It also reduces or even eliminates nausea associated with several conditions, and helps to reduce inflammation throughout the body. CBDV is also beneficial in the treatment of pain and mood disorders

What is your Refund Policy?

The Short Answer is Case by Case. Please refer to the NanoPlanet CBD return policy page for a full explanation.

Is CBD legal in all 50 States?

CBD (Cannabidiol) is technically legal in the United States, Washington D.C., the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. These legal protections are defined as: CBD must be cultivated from hemp plants and CBD cultivated from hemp plants that contain THC will contain no more than 0.3%. Thus, Cannabis derived CBD is non-compliant and illegal. In addition, CBD containing levels of THC higher than 0.3% derived from either hemp or cannabis would also be considered non-compliant & illegal. This is important to note when shopping for CBD and also denotes the importance of Third Party lab testing. Any product you purchase should have a “Certificate of Analysis” (COA) associated with it for the asking. 

What is the minimum age to purchase CBD in Oregon / U.S.

In Oregon, the minimum age to purchase CBD products depends on the type of product.

For CBD products derived from hemp, such as CBD oil, the minimum age to purchase is 18 years old. This is in line with federal regulations set by the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (also known as the 2018 Farm Bill), which legalized hemp and hemp-derived products at the federal level.

However, for CBD products derived from marijuana, such as those sold at licensed marijuana dispensaries, the minimum age to purchase is 21 years old. This is because marijuana is still classified as a Schedule I drug under federal law and is therefore subject to stricter regulations than hemp.

It’s important to note that while CBD products are legal under federal law, state laws and regulations vary, so it’s always a good idea to check local laws before making a purchase.

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