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CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a chemical compound from the cannabis plant. It’s a naturally occurring substance that’s used in products like oils and edibles to impart a feeling of relaxation and calm. Unlike its cousin tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), it’s not psychoactive.

The human body naturally rejects oil, some studies show that 96% of oil is rejected as waste and not absorbed by the body to any benefit. Water soluble CBD goes through a process called Nano Emulsion. This process takes that drop of oil and breaks into tens of thousands of smaller drops of oil and attaches them to fat cells that are easily absorbed. Instead of your body only absorbing 5-10% from oil you are now absorbing 90% of it — a drastic difference you will feel right away.

No, CBD has no known toxicity. However, everyones dosage amount is different so we suggest starting a CBD regime at a lower dose and working your way up as needed.

THC is the chemical in marijuana that produces a ‘high’. Industrial hemp has more than 0.03% THC. CBD has less than 0.03% THC at most and is filtered out leaving 100% pure, natural CBD. All Good Things products are third party tested to ensure they will not get you high.

CBD is now fully legal at the federal level under the 2018 Farm Bill and is legal in most states.
All Good Things products are third party tested to ensure we are below the threshold of detectable THC in all our products. As long as you take the products as described they will not show up on a drug test.

CBD isolate has the advantage of being the purest and most potent form of CBD. It often contains upwards of 90% cannabidiol and no risk of flagging a false positive on a drug test. Furthermore, CBD isolate is both tasteless and odorless. This is perfect for those wanting to cook with CBD, as it can be added to recipes without altering the flavor at all. The only real drawback to CBD isolates is that they don’t create the entourage effect.

As for Broad Spectrum CBD, the glaring advantage is the entourage effect. CBD is made up of major smaller component that get filtered out in the isolate process. If you are looking for powerful, efficient CBD, then this is the way to go versus isolate. It undergoes less processing when compared to isolates is and is therefore the most authentically natural.