Frequently Asked Questions

Will I get high?


No, Sustainable CBD oil is known to be non-­psychoactive, unlike its cousin THC, and actually counteracts the psychoactive effects of THC. However, Sustainable CBD use in high doses can induce drowsiness (which is why many patients use it for insomnia), so be cautious driving or operating heavy machinery until you know how it will affect you.




How much CBD should I take?


There are a wide range of answers depending on a variety of factors, including body weight, condition being treated, and bio­availability of the method of use. Our products have been formulated to provide the average adult with a proper dose for the respective method of use, and will have detailed instructions on use on them.




How is Sustainable CBD different from others on the market?


Sustainable CBD is founded on the idea of providing you with the purest, most potent CBD possible - bringing our products directly from the farm to the shelf for you. We never cut corners!




Is CBD legal?


Sale of CBD products are legal in all 50 states. The United States Farm Bill of 2018 classified industrial CBD as containing less than 0.3% THC on a dry-weight basis. Because Sustainable CBD products contain 0% THC, we are allowed by U.S. Federal law to conveniently ship to your doorstep. However it is important to note that policies and laws regulating CBD are always being updated.




Has your CBD been tested by a 3rd party laboratory?


All Sustainable CBD batches are tested by a 3rd party lab for purity and potency. Click here to see all results. We will continue to post all results on our site for future compliance.




What is the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)?


Discovered in 1992, the endocannabinoid system (ECS) refers to endocannabinoids, the enzymes that regulate their production and degradation, and their receptors. Endocannabinoids are “messengers”, isolated from brain and peripheral tissues that communicate via cannabinoid receptors. Endogenous Cannabinoids (eCB): Anandamide and 2AG Main Receptors: CB1 and CB2





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