FAQ

CBD or Cannabadiol is a naturally-occurring, non-psychoactive photocannabinoid that occurs in hemp. By encouraging photocannabinoids to bind to the receptors in our body we can assist in regulating functions; from natural plants we can find an organic, natural way to provide balance to the body. Learn more about CBD under the “About CBD” page.

Yes, of course! As long as the percentage of THC in an extract is under 0.3% then it is classified as Hemp Oil and can be sold, shipped, and ingested as a dietary supplement. None of the products we offer have any psycho-active effects and will produce no “high”. All of our products are lab tested to ensure complacent levels of practically no THC as well as guaranteeing the levels of CBD advertised are really present.

We get our lab-analyzed Cannabidiol extract from a farm right here in Colorado. By cultivating a close relationship with our partners at the farm we can follow our products from seed to sale to ensure Exceptional Purity in each and every item and know exactly how and where our products are produced.

One full dropper is a the amount pulled up from a full depression of the bulb. Note: this will not fill up the pipette but is considered a full dropper since it is the highest possible fill.

The Colorado CBD Company is dedicated to offering Exceptionally Purity in both our products and our business. We believe that offering accurate information in a transparent manner is essential. No smoke and mirrors are needed if you offer a product that you truly believe in and can stand behind knowing each and every step of its production. Many companies selling CBD products today use an “isolate” form of CBD that claim to be 100% Cannabidiol, comes in white crystalline form and is primarily produced in China. These variations of CBD produced overseas do not meet our standards of a whole plant extract grown by farmers we trust. Our friends and partners are farmers in northern Colorado who practice organic farming and whose goal is to provide the cleanest CBD plant extract to as many people as they can. All of our products are lab tested for exact content of Cannabidiol present and to ensure the absence of THC.

Another tactic some companies use is to advertise is to display milligrams of cannabinoids present not necessarily milligrams of Cannabidiol. While it is true that a full spectrum of cannabinoids is beneficial working in synergy with each other, this can often just mean there is less CBD actually present than they are trying to make you believe.

 

By no means are we saying we have the only great CBD products around, we simply encourage people to educate themselves. Exercise caution when purchasing and don’t be afraid to ask companies where their products are grown, extracted, and lab tested.

There is no one perfect dose of Cannabidiol, each animal and person is different based on not only weight but also how their bodies CB1 and CB2 receptors inherently function. We would suggest starting with one treat, containing 4 mg’s of CBD, in the morning and monitor the effect. One biscuit for breakfast and again at dinner is also a great place to start for larger dogs. In some cases, especially for smaller companions, half a treat might be all thats needed. See what works best for your pet and find your perfect dose that keeps their tail wagging for years to come.