CBD is a compound found naturally in Hemp plants. Our body also naturally contains endocannabinoid, or CBD receptors that are linked to our nervous system, immune system, and digestive system. Some studies show that CBD specifically interacts with the receptors sending signals to wake up and balance our balance system. Filling our “CBD tank” with products like Wild and the CBD naturally made in our bodies help to fill our CBD tanks so our body can have a feeling of general wellness.
On December 20, 2018, the President signed into law the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (the “2018 Farm Bill”), which became effective on January 1, 2019. The 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp at the federal level by removing it and products derived from it from the federal list of controlled substances and classified it as an agricultural commodity.
That said, the 2018 Farm Bill specifically provided that states may have more restrictive laws. And, although CBD from hemp has been declared legal in a number of states and localities, in others its status remains unsettled with a rapidly changing legal landscape. Even in states and localities where the law is still adverse, enforcement is haphazard and often stems from misinformation or misunderstanding. You should consult state and local law before traveling with hemp-derived CBD across state lines. Please check with your local state and municipalities to see if CBD is legal to buy where you live.
This is up to you! As often or as little as you want.
The main difference between CBD and Marijuana is the amount of THC. Marijuana contains THC, about .3% on a per dry weight basis, the chemical responsible for giving you the “high” feeling. Our CBD on the other hand, contains 0% THC and, thus, is non psychoactive.
Botanically, hemp and marijuana come from the same species of plant, Cannabis sativa, but from different varieties or cultivars that have been bred for different uses. Hemp and marijuana are genetically distinct forms of cannabis that differ by your use, chemical makeup, and cultivation practices
Nope! Our CBD has 0% THC and non-psychoactive. Therefore will not get you high.
Trace amounts of THC are inherently present in hemp plants. The legal limit of THC in Cannabis Sativa to qualify as hemp is no more than .3% on a per dry weight basis. Non-detectible amounts of THC will not get you “high.” Our products are independent third-party tested to ensure that they have 0% THC in them.
CBD does different things to different people. For some people it can be calming, and for others it could be energizing.
We make no health claims as it pertains to CBD and no statements by Wild have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We invite you to share feedback with us on how Wild makes you feel.
No. A medical card or prescription is not currently needed to purchase hemp-derived CBD products. However, because the efficacy of CBD has not yet been fully evaluated by the FDA, you should consult your healthcare practitioners before using, especially if you are taking any prescription drugs or are pregnant/breast feeding.
Wild CBD comes from the areal portions of the hemp plant. This means the above ground portion.
Our manufacturing process removes THC from this oil ensuring that there is 0% THC.
The cannabis plant contains hundreds of different phytochemicals including cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds. Full/broad spectrum hemp-derived CBD generally refers to products that not only contain CBD, but contain the other plant molecules as well. This version of CBD oil is minimally refined, leaving most of the cannabinoids and terpenes intact and in the oil. Full/broad spectrum, sometimes also called “whole plant,” means the full plant extract is included. Full/broad spectrum provides more of the plant’s molecules in ratios and amounts. On the other hand, CBD isolate products are generally labeled as being 99% or more pureCBD depending on the form. As the name suggests, these products have been isolated down to just the CBD molecule. They have no other active ingredient and just aim to deliver CBD, isolated from the other cannabinoids and terpenes.
Terpenes are essential oils responsible for the distinct aromas, flavors, and colors of plants, including hemp. They are aromatic compounds that can be found in the majority of vegetables and edible herbs.
If you are subject to drug testing, we recommend you consult with a healthcare provider, your employer’s drug-screening company and/or your employer before consuming any hemp-derived products. Although, our products are third-party tested to ensure that they have 0% THC in them, we cannot and do not ensure the results of any drug screen.
To the best of our knowledge, no consumers of hemp-derived CBD have been considered under the influence for law enforcement purposes. However, the laws governing the consumption of hemp-derivedCBD remain unsettled and are rapidly changing. For this reason, there can be no guarantee that law enforcement will not consider a hemp-derived CBD consumer to be under the influence. However, our products are third-party tested to ensure that they have 0% THC in them.
Due to recent Florida legislation we are temporarily unable to ship Wild by Nature products to addresses in FL State. But don't worry...plans are in the works and you will be able to order soon!
Our products are independent 3rd party tested to ensure there is 0% THC in them.
Our product is extracted with food grade 100% pure ethanol that goes through further processing to remove trace amounts of Delta9 THC. Our base CBD is a completely broad-spectrum oil and because of natural occurring variance in the plant, there will be slight differences in color. Also due to the fact all components in our tincture products meet EU natural standards there will be slight variance in the pigmentation of the natural flavoring.
No, we are not aware of anyone being reported as overdosing on CBD.
Due to the oil based we don't recommend storing your CBD in the refrigerator as it will make the solution much more viscous. We recommend storing in a cool dry place away from sunlight.