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  • Agricultural Hemp

    Refers to varieties of the Cannabis Sativa L. plant that contains less than 0.3% THC in the dry weight material, and is grown for industrial purposes and legal for use in all 50 states and more than 40 countries.

  • CBC

    Short for cannabichromene; a phytocannabinoid found in cannabis that has little to no intoxicating effects.

  • CBD

    Short for cannabidiol; a phytocannabinoid found in the cannabis; does not result in euphoria and has shown to have benefits on human and animal health.

  • CBG

    Short for cannabigerol; known as the “parent cannabinoid” and is the chemical precursor to THC and CBD.

  • CBD-A

    Short for cannabidiolic-acid; an acidic cannabinoid, the naturally occurring raw form of CBD that is produced directly in the plant.

  • CB1

    Cannabinoid receptor found primarily in the central nervous system (nerves in the brain and spinal cord).

  • CB2

    Cannabinoid receptor found primarily in the peripheral nervous system (nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord).

  • Chlorophyll

    Refers to groups of green pigmented molecules found in plants and algae, that is important for plant photosynthesis.

  • Cannabis Sativa L

    A species of plant in the Cannabis genus; refers to both agricultural hemp and marijuana, which are both sub species however different plants entirely.

  • CO2 Extraction

    Method used to extract our CBDfx™ concentrates; CO2 gas is pressurized into a a safe liquid and used to extract oils from plants with the advantage of no solvent residue.

  • Decarboxylation

    Removing a carboxyl group from a chemical compound; the process used to convert the CBD-A in our CBDfx™ Raw to our CBDfx™ Total Plant Complex.

  • Distilled Oil

    The highest concentration of CBD; this is the ultimate step in refining CBD oil, where excess plant material is distilled in a solvent-free process.

  • Endocannabinoid

    Naturally occurring cannabinoids in the human body.

  • Endocannabinoid System

    Refers to endocannabinoids, the enzymes that regulate their production and degradation, and their receptors.

  • Endogenous

    If something is endogenous, it has an internal cause or origin. It means "originating within the organism itself."

  • Entourage Effect

    Refers to the idea that biologically active compounds can have enhanced biological activity when administered in combination with otherwise inactive compounds as opposed to isolated active compounds administered alone.

  • Fatty Acid

    Long hydrocarbon chain, with a carboxyl group (COOH) at the end; important part of the fat-soluble components of living cells (lipids).

  • Hemptourage Effect

    Refers to the “entourage effect” of compounds present in hemp-derived CBD oil to optimize health and wellness.

  • Homeostasis

    Self-regulating process of any system in the body; your body automatically finding balance.

  • Phytocannabinoid

    Plant-based cannabinoids found in species of cannabis.

  • Plant Sterol

    Cholesterol-like compounds are naturally occurring in plants and support the reduction of LDL-cholesterol (bad cholesterol), without significantly affecting HDL-cholesterol (good cholesterol).

  • THC

    Short for tetrahydrocannabinol; a phytocannabinoid found in cannabis shown to have some benefits on human and animal health, however, is responsible for intoxicating effects associated with marijuana use.

  • Terpene

    A large and diverse class of strong smelling organic compounds, produced by a variety of plants and insects.

  • Raw Oil

    A whole-plant CO2 extraction from agricultural hemp; Cannabidiolic Acid, or CBD-A, comprises a significant proportion of the extracted cannabinoids in the raw oil.

  • Vitamin E

    Also known as alpha-tocopherol, a fat-soluble vitamin important for normal cell growth and function; found in vegetable oils, egg yolk, and our CBDfx™ products.

  • Non-Psychotoxic

    Does not have a detrimental effect on the mind, personality or behavior; does not get you “high.”

  • 2-AG

    A derivative of arachidonic acid that occurs naturally in the brain (as well as some foods) and acts as a messenger molecule, playing roles in appetite, depression, memory, and fertility; one of the two known endocannabinoids.

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Hemp Industries Association

The Hemp Industries Association has existed since 1994 as a non-profit trade association that advocates for the “fair and equal treatment of industrial hemp and its opportunities in agriculture and the marketplace.” CBD.co is proud to count ourselves among the more than 1,500 supporting members of the Hemp Industries Association, given the association’s exacting standards of sustainability, commitment to continuing education, and high bar for ethical hemp farming practices.

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National Hemp Association

The National Hemp Association is a non-profit corporation that exists to directly support the continued growth of the hemp industry at large, with a particular eye towards bio-sustainability. As a major player that works closely with farmers, government officials, and industry leaders, the National Hemp Association is uniquely positioned to have a significant positive impact on hemp infrastructure, policy, and the economy at large. As a member of the National Hemp Association, CBD.co is committed to furthering these goals and providing the NHA with our resources and insight to support their mission.

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U.S. Hemp Roundtable

The U.S. Hemp Roundtable’s primary mission has always been the passage of federal law that deregulates, and eventually fully legalizes, the hemp plant.

CBD.co is a proud member of this energized coalition of leading hemp companies that works to de-stigmatize hemp by providing information to federal and state agencies, law enforcement personnel, and the public at large. CBD.co looks forward to continued cooperation with the Roundtable’s important efforts to leverage hemp’s possibilities to the benefit of all Americans.