What is Hemp CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) & what are its benefits?
Hemp / cannabis derived CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) is a powerful non-psychotropic phytocannabinoid (plant compound) found in varying amounts in Cannabis Indica, Cannabis Ruderalis and Cannabis Sativa. Cannabidiol has become known for its neuroprotective, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties and benefits that extend to treating anxiety, depression, chronic or acute pain, PTSD, seizures, and dozens of other significant health issues. Our growers have focussed on creating hybrid strains that are high in CBD but somewhat lower in THC, the compound that produces the ‘high’. The CBD Oil component accounts for at least 40% of the total cannabinoids extracted from the plant. CBD has proven to be effective as an alternative or complement to conventional drugs treatments and therapies. CBD Oil can be used in all the following ways:
Along with CBD (Cannabidiol) our full extract products contain amounts CBD, CBG, CBN, and CBC; plus Terpenes, Phenols, and Flavonoids, all of which contribute to the so called entourage effect. Our pure CBD Oil is produced using the gentle super-critical CO2 fluid extraction method. When buying CBD Oil online you can use our Checklist which will help you understand what to look for in products so you can purhase with confidence.
- Shipping is a flat fee dependent on your delivery zone so the max. items per order is set at 20.
- We offer an auto-shipping option that you can select at the Checkout.
- To buy more than 20 items please make separate purchases.
- Please note that the shipping fee is calculated according to your zone is calculated & added at the Checkout.
- When purchasing for the first time check your email inbox for your account confirmation and new login details.
- Please ensure your delivery address details are correct and accurate to avoid problems with shipping your orders.
- Memberships should be purchased as a single item. Once done just log back in to start getting the discount on your purchases.
- All prices are in US dollars – currency conversion fees charged by your bank may apply.
Would you like to get a discount for buying CBD Oil online regularly or commissions on referred sales? You can become a founding member, get a discount for PTSD for yourself or a loved one, or become an affiliate. Check our incentives >>
How to understand CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) product strength and calculate your CBD dosage
Use this equation to calculate product strength:
MG PER ML = (mg CBD) ÷ (ml container volume) >> e.g 750mg ÷ 30ml = 25mg per ml
Use this equation to calculate cost per ml
PRICE PER ML = (mg CBD) ÷ (unit price) >> e.g. 750mg ÷ $108 = $6.94 per mg As a guide for dosage: 1 drop = .05ml / 20 drops = 1ml
Therapeutic effects of CBD and THC found in cannabis.
INDIANA CBD LAWS – UPDATE – FEBRUARY 2018
INDIANAPOLIS –The Indiana Legislature is about to enact state laws that will allow anyone to use cannabidiol (CBD Oil). The Indiana Senate initially voted 35-13 to allow cannabidiol to be sold without restriction. The Indiana House previously approved similar legislation. A law passed last year allowed those with a severe form of epilepsy to use the substance. This marks a major shift in policy over a short period of time when it comes to Cannabis or Cannabis-derived products.
Cannabis and Cannabidiol (CBD) in Indiana IN (5 August 2017)
Unfortunately, the state of Indiana has been slow to enact cannabis law reform despite support from its constituents. Recreational cannabis possession in any amount is still a serious crime in the state, and efforts to legalize medical cannabis in the state have gained little traction within the legislature.
CBD from Hemp Oil in Indiana
Hemp CBD oil is federally legal in the U.S. Individual state laws, however, are dynamic and some states have and will enact their own laws regulating hemp-derived CBD.
Medical Cannabis in Indiana
Despite a poll in 2016 that when 73 percent of Indiana voters supported the legalization of medical cannabis, the state has yet to pass medical cannabis legislation of any sort. People wanting to use cannabis for medical purposes currently suffer the same penalties as recreational users. Sen. Karen Tallian introduced a medical cannabis bill in 2016, but the Indiana General Assembly concluded in 2016 session without making any progress.
Recreational Cannabis in Indiana
Little effort by Indiana lawmakers to reduce penalties for recreational cannabis. Possession of any amount of cannabis in is charged as a Class A misdemeanor, punishable by 180 days in jail with a fine of $1,000. Possession of under 30 grams with a prior drug offense gets 1 year in jail and $5,000 in fines. Possession of over 30 grams (with a prior drug offense) is a felony, attracting up to 2.5 years in prison and $10,000. First-time offenders may get a conditional discharge with probation over jail time and have the charges expunged from their record. Selling less than 30 grams of cannabis is a misdemeanor gets you a year in prison and a $5,000 fine. Sale of higher quantities is a felony with up to 6 years in jail and $10,000 in fines. In Indiana, even being in the presence where knowledge of drug activity occurs is a misdemeanor, punishable by 6 months incarceration and a $1,000 fine.
Cultivation of Cannabis in Indiana
Personal cannabis cultivation is illegal in Indiana. The state does authorize the production of industrial hemp for commercial and research purposes via a bill passed in 2014. Indiana’s University of Purdue has led industrial hemp cultivation programs since the law passed.
There remain inconsistent or unclear rules in many countries regarding the legality of CBD products. In some countries there is a risk for people buying online that their order may be delayed or confiscated by customs. Before ordering please ensure that you have read and understood our shipping policy which states that we cannot refund on orders that have been delayed or seized by your domestic customs service.
Why buy here? Compare our guarantees with competitors…
- 100% USA made – Kentucky grown CBD Oil products
- Highest Phytocannabinoid purity levels in the industry – Request C of A
- CBD oil produced using industry best practice methods
- Organic, non GMO & chemical free farming practices and processes
- Made & packed in Peta Cruelty Free, FDA registered, & GMP Facilities
- 3rd Party Tested by ILAB and Grace Analytical
- Guaranteed no heavy metals or other contaminants
- Full Spectrum formulations for entourage effect
About Indiana (IN)
Following the end of the Ice Age, around 8000 BC, Paleo-Indians arrived in the region, now Indiana, becoming its first inhabitants. The people were mainly in small nomadic groups, who hunted large game such as mastodons. They created stone tools knapped from chert. The Archaic period (5000 and 4000 BC) which followed the Paleo was the next phase of indigenous culture. These people developed new tools as well as other ways to cook food. The new tools included different types of spear points and knives. During the latter part of the period settlements built earthwork mounds and middens demonstrated that settlement was occurring.
The Woodland period (1500 – 700BC) new cultural attributes developed. People in this period people created ceramics and pottery and began to cultivate plants. The Adena people had elegant burial rituals that featured log tombs beneath earth mounds. The Hopewell people from this time began to trade goods from longer distances. Corn and squash were developed as high production crops and agriculture became predominant in this period.
Around 1000 AD the Mississippian culture emerged and remained till the 15th century, just before the arrival of Europeans in America. At this time people created large urban settlements designed according to cosmology. These included large mounds and plazas containing ceremonial and public spaces including the Angel Mounds. These public areas were where leaders lived or conducted rituals. The Mississippian civilization mysteriously collapsed in the mid-15th century. The languages spoken by Native American tribes in the area at the time of European settlement were variations of Algonquian, spoken by tribes such as Shawnee, Miami, and Illini. Later these tribes were joined by others fleeing eastern regions including the Delaware who settled in the White and Whitewater River Valleys.