Frequently Asked Questions

How can I make an oil based tincture with CBD isolate or distillate at home?

  1. Measure out the desired amount of CBD isolate or distillate and set it aside.
  2. Choose an oil base for your tincture, such as coconut or MCT oil.
  3. Heat the oil in a double boiler or a heat-safe container set over a pan of simmering water.
  4. Slowly add the CBD isolate to the heated oil, stirring constantly until it is fully dissolved.
  5. Remove the mixture from heat and let it cool.
  6. Once cooled, transfer the tincture to a dropper bottle for easy use.
  7. Store the tincture in a cool, dark place and use as desired.

What is CBDV Isolate and what can I do with it?

CBDV (cannabidivarin) isolate is a form of cannabidiol (CBD) that is isolated from the hemp plant. Like CBD, it is non-psychoactive and may have potential therapeutic benefits. You can use CBDV isolate in a similar way to CBD isolate, such as by:

  1. Adding it to food or drink: CBDV isolate can be added to a wide variety of foods and drinks, such as smoothies, coffee, or baked goods, to create your own infused products.
  2. Creating a tincture: You can dissolve CBDV isolate in a carrier oil, such as coconut or MCT oil, to make your own tincture.
  3. Making topicals: CBDV isolate can be added to lotions, salves, and other topical products to help soothe sore muscles and joints.
  4. Dabbing/vaping: CBDV isolate can be vaporized using a dab rig or portable vaporizer.
  5. Mixing with other cannabis products: CBDV isolate can be mixed with other cannabis concentrates such as shatter or wax to enhance its effects.


Is vaping inhalation an effective method for uptake of cannabinoids?

Vaping is considered to be an effective method for the uptake of cannabinoids, such as CBD and THC. When you inhale vaporized cannabinoids, they are rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream through the lungs, leading to almost immediate effects. This rapid onset of effects can be beneficial for those who need immediate relief from conditions such as anxiety or pain.

Additionally, inhalation is a relatively efficient method of delivery, as a high percentage of the active compounds are absorbed into the bloodstream. This is different from oral consumption, where the compounds have to pass through the digestive system before being absorbed, which can reduce the bioavailability of the compounds.

How does CBD salve applied to the skin work with the body and effect it?

When a CBD salve is applied to the skin, the CBD in the salve is absorbed through the skin and into the bloodstream. This method of delivery is known as transdermal absorption.

CBD works by interacting with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is a network of receptors and compounds that play a role in regulating a wide range of physiological processes, including pain, inflammation, mood, and sleep. When CBD binds to the receptors in the ECS, it can help to modulate these processes in a way that can have therapeutic benefits.

Topical application of CBD cream, CBD balm or CBD salve can have a localized effect, meaning that it may be most effective for conditions that affect a specific area of the body, such as pain, inflammation, or skin conditions. When applied to the skin, CBD can also interact with other receptors in the skin, such as TRPV1 receptors, which are involved in pain and temperature sensation, and CB2 receptors, which are involved in inflammation.

CBD salves may also contain other ingredients such as essential oils and herbs that can have additional therapeutic benefits. It is important to note that the FDA has not evaluated the safety and effectiveness of CBD products, and the regulation of these products is still developing. It is important to talk to a healthcare professional before using any new product, including CBD salves.

How can I give cbd oil to my dog, is it safe and what are the effects?

Giving CBD oil to your dog can be a good way to help manage certain health issues, but it’s important to do so in a safe and responsible way. Here are some steps you can take to give CBD oil to your dog:

Choose a high-quality CBD oil: Look for a CBD oil that is specifically formulated for pets and that has been tested by a third-party lab for potency and purity.
Determine the right dosage: The proper dosage of CBD oil for your dog will depend on factors such as their weight, the condition you’re treating, and the strength of the oil. Start with a low dosage and gradually increase it until you find the right dosage for your dog.
Administer the oil: You can give your dog CBD oil by placing it directly into their mouth or by mixing it with their food.
Monitor your dog: Pay attention to how your dog is reacting to the CBD oil. If you notice any side effects, such as drowsiness or loss of appetite, you may need to adjust the dosage or stop giving the oil.

CBD oil may have various effects on dogs, including reducing pain and inflammation, improving mood and reducing anxiety. CBD oil may also help with seizures, nausea, and vomiting, and may have some neuroprotective properties.

When is a good time of the day to take CBN Isolate or CBN Oil and what are the benefits?

CBN (cannabinol) is a compound found in trace amounts in the cannabis plant, it is a degradation product of THC, which means that it is more commonly found in aged cannabis. CBN is non-psychoactive, and it has been shown to have potential therapeutic benefits.

The best time of the day to take CBN isolate or CBN oil can vary depending on the individual and the reason for using it. However, it’s generally recommended to take it at night, as CBN has sedative properties that may help with sleep. Some people may find that taking it before bedtime enhances their sleep quality and helps them to fall asleep more easily.

CBN has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anti-bacterial properties. It may also have a potential to be used for pain management and for treating insomnia. Studies in animal models have shown CBN to be effective in reducing seizures, but more research is needed in humans.

It’s important to note that CBN is not as well studied as CBD and THC, and there is less information available about its specific effects and recommended dosages. Also, the quality of the CBN products is crucial, if you are using a low quality products or counterfeit products, it can contain harmful substances.


Can dogs take CBN oil?

While CBN oil is generally considered safe for dogs, it’s important to talk to a veterinarian before giving your dog any new product, including CBN oil. They will be able to recommend the correct dosage and advise if it may interact with any other medications your dog is taking.

The best time of the day to give CBN oil to your dog can vary depending on the individual and the reason for using it. However, it’s generally recommended to give it at night, as CBN has sedative properties that may help with sleep. Some dogs may find that taking it before bedtime enhances their sleep quality and helps them to fall asleep more easily.


Can I mix isolates or distillates like CBD, CBG, CBN and CBC with CBT distillate in a vape cartridge and what is CBT?

It is possible to mix isolates or distillates like CBD, CBG, CBN, and CBC with CBT distillate in a vape cartridge, but it’s important to note that the effects and safety of such a mixture have not been well studied. Additionally, the quality of the vape cartridge and the carrier oil used to mix the compounds is crucial, if the vape cartridge is of low quality or contains harmful substances it can pose a risk to the user.

CBT (Cannabicitran) is a rare and non-psychoactive cannabinoid that has been found in trace amounts in some strains of cannabis. There is currently little research on the effects and potential therapeutic benefits of CBT, and more research is needed to understand its properties and how it might interact with other cannabinoids.


Under the 2018 Hemp Farm Bill, it is legal to make THCA flower from hemp grown in the United States.
It is not a federally banned substance because the Agricultural Improvement Act (Farm Bill) legally took hemp plants and seeds off the list of controlled substances kept by the Drug Enforcement Administration.


Raw THCA doesn’t make you feel good in any way when you eat it.
The carboxyl ring in the THCA molecule keeps it from binding to CB1 receptors in the brain and CB2 receptors elsewhere in the body.

But when THCA is heated, like when it is vaporized, smoked, or dabbed, or when it is used in cooking, it changes into THC through a process called decarboxylation.
As it changes into THC, it will bind to CB1 receptors and make you feel lifted.


Many of the clear benefits of THCA have not yet been found.
There are more studies being conducted than ever before and THCA has shown its legitimacy as a beneficial and useful cannabinoid.

Like many other cannabinoids, THCA has been shown to have high levels of anti-inflammatory, anti-seizure, and anti-nausea properties.

Recent studies have shown that THCA may be useful for treating Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases.

How are THCA and THC different from each other?

A thing that comes before another is called a “precursor.”
The first one or, if you like, the parent. THCA is a building block for THC.

THCA is one of the three main cannabinoids that are acidic.
Over time and with exposure to heat and oxygen, THCA changes into THC.

This is how their acidic forms turn into CBG, CBD, and THC.


Most drug tests look at chemical substances, also known as analytes.
There is always a chance that cannabis compounds will show up as positive on a drug test.
If you are going to be tested or are tested often, you should stay away from THCA.