The short answer is no, as long as it is compliant Hemp.
The 2018 Farm Bill defines Hemp to have < .3% (⅓ of 1%) of THC on a dry weight basis.
Pot has 5-20% THC and that is the component that creates the “high.”
Yes, CBD is legal. It is simply an extract from an agricultural plant.
Absolutely. Hemp seed products have been legal to import into the USA since the 1990’s, even though it was illegal for our farmers to grow the plant—until 2014 when Colorado became one of the first states to approve growing hemp.
It depends on the individual and the response you are trying to achieve.
CBD helps support the Endocannabinoid systems in all vertebrate animals. Because we are all metabolically unique, our bodies process what we are exposed to differently.
Start conservative with a low dose and titrating (increasing) up over time until you realize the response you want. The good news is the government studies in the 1980’s proved CBD is safe.
All our hemp is grown by compliant USA Farmers using certified seed. This is a quality step we have enforced from the beginning.
The hemp seed provides food grade oil. The greenery (flowers and leaves) provides the CBD oil. They are two distinctly different oils.
The food and feed products, yes because they do not have detectable levels of cannabinoids.
It gets more complicated with the CBD products. We are here to help educate and have been since 2014.