CBD is used for a variety of health and wellness related concerns. Most people who use CBD say they are taking it to help them chill out, rest better at night, or to help them feel more comfortable during the day. The statements made regarding this product have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or associated health claims.
The highest quality CBD products are made with hemp plants grown in the USA that contain a wide variety of cannabinoids, and that have been certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture. Following the strict sourcing guidelines and production process set by the USDA, Cornbread Hemp products are made with a simple ingredient list that is 100% organic when possible. Using a blend of natural, plant-derived ingredients like jojoba oil and essential oils, we formulate our products to meet the most stringent quality standards on skin care and self care.
CBD comes from the cannabis plant just like THC, however the two cannabinoids produce very different experiences. CBD is considered to be non-intoxicating, with no risk of making a person feel high or buzzed. THC has been found to produce a euphoric and psychoactive effect that is not associated with taking full spectrum CBD products.
No, CBD does not come from marijuana. CBD comes from the hemp plant, which is identical to marijuana plants except for the THC level. By law, hemp plants must remain below 0.3% THC to be considered a hemp plant. If these cannabis plants were to rise about 0.3% THC at any point in their life, they would then be considered marijuana plants. At Cornbread Hemp, every CBD product we produce comes from USDA organic hemp plants that are grown under the supervision of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. All of our products, including our CBD oils, CBD creams, and CBD gummies, are 100% compliant under state laws and federal laws, and have the lab reports for each batch for proof. Plus, every order over $99 receives free shipping!
What's in your CBD?
After hemp became legal again in 2014, Corporate CBD began finding ways to make production faster and cheaper.
You'll be shocked to learn how they do it.