A plant family that includes many species, including both hemp and marijuana

CB2 receptors are found mostly in the peripheral organs and the cells associated with the immune system.


Over 100 different types of cannabinoids are found in the hemp plant, and the two most popular are CBD and THC. These compounds are well known for their therapeutic benefits. Unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive, and using CBD will not make you feel “high.” Many cannabinoids naturally exist in the human body. Cannabinoids are any chemical compound that directly impacts the endocannabinoid system to some level.

The endocannabinoid system is a neurotransmission network that exists within all mammals. This system, which helps regulate many bodily functions — including appetite, sleep, anxiety level, and cognition — is intimately tied to the nervous system and immune system. Particular cannabinoids target specific types of receptors located on the surface of cells in different areas of the body. There are currently two known types of cannabinoid receptors in the body, CB1 and CB2.

CBD works with the vast network of receptors in our body and supports many of the body’s physical processes. CBD enables homeostasis (balance) in the body, and when it binds to the endocannabinoid system’s receptors, it can stimulate a variety of therapeutic changes.


Have you ever wondered why your favorite cannabis strains smell so good and have different flavors and effects? It is because of organic compounds called terpenes! Terpenes are the essential oils of the cannabis plant and are cousins to cannabinoids (CBD and THC).

Terpenes are not only responsible for aromatics and taste, but each terpene has a unique therapeutic benefit. Some terpenes promote relaxation, while others may energize or help you focus. Terpenes, like cannabinoids, interact with your endocannabinoid system, which is a regulator of the body.

In many ways, terpene profiles are more important than strain classifications (Indica, Sativa, Hybrid) when it comes to knowing how a specific blend will make you feel. Each strain of hemp has a different composition of terpenes, which is why each species has a varied aroma and effect. Terpenes work to both protect the plant from fungus and bacteria and to attract pollinators. Each terpene has its own exclusive use in the plant and the human body, and when combined with CBD or THC, terpenes can have synergistic effects that many find to be beneficial.

Entourage Effect

Two of the most well-known compounds in the hemp plant are Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). They both offer natural benefits to the human body, which many cannabis users are familiar with. Along with CBD and THC, there are hundreds of other compounds that naturally occur in the plant and can positively affect the human body’s overall well-being. These include naturally occurring terpenes, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and proteins. CBD products that contain these additional elements may enhance the effects and benefits you experience compared to those that only contain CBD.

Delivery Methods

Edibles and Beverages

Edibles and Beverages are an easy and tasty way to enjoy the benefits of cannabis, whether you prefer THC or CBD we have options for you. Check out our delicious selection of chocolates, candy, and gummies. Cannabis beverages have come a long way in the last few years. Whether you’re looking for an uplifting alternative to alcohol, a functional dose of mushrooms, or CBD in a yummy bubble water. Always keep beverages and edibles out of reach of children and pets.


Topicals like lotions, salves, roll-ons, body, and face oils all work to tackle specific issues with the skin or tension in the body. Topical products are a great option when you need quick relief from dry skin, irritation, or muscle aches and soreness.

Oil Tinctures

CBD Oil Tinctures are a quick and easy way to get your daily dose. Taken orally daily, CBD oil tinctures can provide amazing benefits for overall health and wellness. From blends that boost happiness and mental clarity to formulas for rest and relaxation or general holistic health, CBD tinctures come with a graduated dropper for easy consumption. CBD Tincture Oils can be a perfect solution for anyone looking to get just the right amount every time. These formulas deliver the most effective, consistent results over time but you must allow them to build up in the body to start noticing results. Because everyone is different when it comes to CBD, this can take the average user anywhere from 1 week to 30 days. Taking your oil consistently each day is key. Ingesting the oil sublingually allows for optimal absorption into the bloodstream to deliver whole-body wellness from the inside.


Delta-9 THC (Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol) is the primary cannabinoid in marijuana plants, accounting for up to 25% of the plant’s weight but it also presents in low concentrations in hemp plants. The THC products on our site contain 100% hemp-derived Delta-9 THC.

What Does THC Feel Like?

The high from using THC products can vary a lot from one person to another. Factors such as dose, tolerance, metabolism, and strain can all dramatically alter the experience. While under the effects of THC, you may feel euphoria, relaxation, increased motivation, a feeling of wakefulness, giddiness, hunger, or creativity. The THC high can feel very calming and relaxing, but if too much is consumed it can also trigger anxiety and paranoia.

The best way to ensure your experience remains positive is to avoid using too much THC and only use it in a place where you feel comfortable and safe. Many people use THC to help stimulate the creative thought process and relax the mind after a stressful day of work.

How Do Edibles Work?

THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, is processed in your body differently depending on how you consume it. You’ll feel the effects of THC in different ways depending on how quickly your body absorbs it.

Edibles may generate a buzz that is distinct from smoking. The liver turns THC into a different molecule (11-hydroxy-THC) than the lungs do when you ingest it. That is why ingesting cannabis can be more potent than smoking it. Dosage is still the most important component in determining how you feel. Eating cannabis edibles, on the other hand, may increase the potency of THC even though the dose may be the same.

Each person experiences the effects differently. The effects of THC edibles depend on several factors, including weight, hydration, and food.

How to Dose

The best way to begin is “low and slow.”

Gummies: You can always eat more, but you can’t eat less. Do not exceed 1 serving within 6 hours until you better understand your preferred dose. If you’re new to THC, we recommend starting with 1⁄2 to 1 gummy.

Beverages: We recommend drinking half and then waiting. Cannabis beverages kick in the moment you take a sip.


CBD Isolate

A traditional extraction process is used to remove all the active compounds from the hemp plant, followed by a refinement process that strips away all other cannabinoids, including THC. CBD isolate has no risk of psychoactive effects and minimal risk of flagging a false positive on a THC test. CBD does not affect cognitive functioning, it helps to restore balance in the mind and body.


Isolate is 99+% pure CBD with 0.0% THC

It’s tasteless and odorless

It’s extremely versatile and can be used to make a wide range of products

Best For

People with sensitivity to THC and cannabinoids

People who undergo regular THC testing (ingestible products)

People who want something tasteless and odorless

People who want a consistent product every time

How to Dose CBD:

When it comes to CBD your dose will be personal to you. Everyone’s endocannabinoid system is different, so It may take a bit of experimentation to find the perfect balance. We recommend starting at a low dose and working your way up if necessary — some people find a small dose works wonders, while others need a much higher dose to experience the desired effect. With consistent, daily use over time, your endocannabinoid system becomes more sensitive and receptive, which results in greater beneficial effects.

Cannabigerol (CBG)

Cannabigerol (CBG), is known as the “mother cannabinoid.” Just like CBD, it’s non-intoxicating and offers several therapeutic benefits. CBG flower is good for supporting a wide range of health systems, including mood, energy, sleep patterns, and muscle and joint function. CBG may also help reduce the paranoia-inducing effects of THC in marijuana users. Most users report feeling an energized sense of relaxation. Strains that are high in CBG are good for mental focus, alertness, and relieving aches and discomfort within the body.