What is CBD?

CBD is the 3 letter abbreviation for cannabidiol, which is one of the most prominent cannabinoids found in the industrial hemp plant and can contain little to no THC. Hemp is very often confused with Marijuana aka Cannabis Sativa which contains very high levels of THC. 

 

What are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds that are found in the body and certain plants. Cannabinoids interact with receptors in the body’s Endocannabinoid System to maintain a stable environment within the body. CBD is an example of a Cannabinoid.

Marijuana vs. Hemp

Hemp and Marijuana are both from the Cannabis family which is why confusing the 2 different plants can be so easy. They are kind of similar in looks, but very much different in their entirety.

Hemp- Is non-psychoactive and contains less than 1% THC values. Hemp derived CBD will not get you high, is legal in all 50 states and can be purchased over the counter without a prescription. Federal law requires Industrial Hemp to contain .3% or less THC for it to remain legal.

Marijuana- Is psychoactive and can contain 30% or more THC values. Marijuana derived CBD will get you high and is illegal in most states. There are many states getting on board with the legalization of Marijuana, There are states where you can get it medically with a prescription from a certified doctor.

Marijuana was created by selectively breeding Indian hemp for Tetrahyrdocannabinol (THC). THC is the major difference between hemp and marijuana.

What is THC?

THC is the 3 letter abbreviation for Tetrahydrocannabinol, which is one of the most prominent cannabinoids found in marijuana. The high amount of THC in marijuana is what causes it to be psychoactive, in other words “makes you high” or to feel “stoned”.

What is the Endocannabinoid System?

The Endocannabinoid System plays a role in the Central Nervous System and the Peripheral Nervous System. It regulates and maintains harmony and balance within the body. Read more details about the Endocannabinoid System here. If you don’t want to read, watch this informative video.

Is CBD safe?

CBD is non-toxic, no fatal overdose levels have ever been reported. Several studies have evaluated the safety of CBD in adults and concluded that it’s well tolerated across a wide range of doses – up to 1,500 mg/day – that’s a lot, way more than the average person would need! But, like any dietary supplement you should consult a physician before taking CBD.

Can I take it if I'm pregnant?

Although there is limited research on the effects of CBD on a fetus, your doctor will be able to determine whether or not you should use CBD hemp oil while you are pregnant. But, like any dietary supplement you should consult a physician before taking CBD.

Is CBD legal?

 “The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 was signed into law. Among other things, this new law changes certain federal authorities relating to the production and marketing of hemp, defined as cannabis (Cannabis sativa L.), and derivatives of cannabis with extremely low (less than 0.3% on a dry weight basis) concentrations of the psychoactive compound delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). These changes include removing hemp from the Controlled Substances Act, which means that it will no longer be an illegal substance under federal law.”

FDA.gov

December 20, 2018

Will I get high?

Hemp- Is non-psychoactive and contains less than 1% THC values. Hemp derived CBD will not get you high, is legal in all 50 states and can be purchased over the counter without a prescription. Federal law requires Industrial Hemp to contain 0.3% or less THC for it to remain legal.

How should I take CBD?

Taking CBD is simply preference to the person consuming the product. 

CBD can be taken orally via tincture, tablets, gelcaps, or gummies. CBD can be absorbed through the skin via lotion or salve. CBD can be vaped or inhaled as a liquid, wax, or slate. Some like to just smoke the Hemp flower itself

There are new products being made everyday to make consuming CBD a comfortable experience for the user. We are exploring new products everyday so we can give our customers a wide variety of options for CBD use.

Is CBD safe for pets?

CBD can treat a number of ailments in both humans and dogs. Recent research has shown that CBD can help dogs.

A study conducted in 2012 indicated that CBD, which is a natural anti-inflammatory, improved the skin of dogs with inflammatory skin conditions. A 2017 study looked at the effects of CBD oil on epileptic dogs. The study found that the dogs who had CBD oil had fewer seizures than those who had a placebo. It found that CBD was an effective way to treat seizure-prone dogs. A 2018 study on dogs with osteoarthritis found that CBD oil reduced pain and helped them be more active than usual. In addition to the above studies, a recent survey of US veterinarians showed that many vets felt that CBD was an effective treatment for managing pain, relieving anxiety, and decreasing the frequency and severity of seizures.

Full Spectrum vs. Broad Spectrum?

Full Spectrum CBD vs. Broad Spectrum CBD:

Full-spectrum CBD, on the other hand, contains everything the plant contains. Full-spectrum CBD is full of all the terpenes, cannabinoids, flavonoids, and fatty acids found in hemp, all of which have therapeutic value of their own and help create what’s know as the entourage effect.

Broad-spectrum CBD is a little bit of both. Broad-spectrum CBD is full-spectrum CBD without any THC. It offers all the entourage benefits associated with full-spectrum CBD, without any chances of THC being ingested into the body. Broad-spectrum CBD is an excellent choice for individuals that can’t have any traces of THC is their system, whether for legal purposes, passing a drug test, or anything else.

What can I use CBD for?

There are many ailments being explored on a daily basis that CBD is being used for. 

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Keep in mind Hemp derived CBD is very beneficial for pets that experience many of the ailments that humans experience. 

Hemp derived CBD products are also being used  by athletes and throughout much of the fitness world to help with muscle recovery time and joint pain.

Hemp derived CBD is a fantastic way to maintain overall health and wellness.

Discounts?

We provide a 10% discount to the following:

  • Health Care (Doctors, Nurses, LPN, RN, etc….)
  • 1st Responders (Fire, Police, EMS, EMT, & Corrections etc…),
  • Military (Serving & Veteran)
  • Senior Citizens 60+

Identification & Proof of Age or Occupation will be required to receive the discount in store. 

Proof will also need to be provided for on-line orders. Email any Identification or proof to coppercitycbd@gmail.com prior to ordering and we will provide you with a code to use during checkout.

Which CBD product is right for me?

Consuming CBD oil sublingually is the most preferred method for our customers. There are many sublingual terps and CBD oils available online to choose from. This method takes a few minutes before visibly showing its effects, however, it works as a broad spectrum treatment making it better than inhaling CBD*. As far as the correct dosage of CBD, one must know that the correct dosage of CBD that it varies per person and not per condition.

Inhaling/vaping CBD is the second most popular method of consumption and it has been recommended by many in our community if you are looking for immediate results.

Although slower on impact, topical CBD application remains in effect for a longer period of time than the above mentioned methods. If you are looking for uniform and long lasting effects, topical creams can be convenient for you. Your skin absorbs the ingredients slowly but remain in the system for a longer time. It has been reported as a great choice amongst our community for skin issues and chronic pain.

Please feel free to contact us or drop by our store to determine which product is right for you.

Return/Shipping policy?

Due to the nature of our business and products we sell, items that expire sooner than 1 month from the date of the purchase are not eligible for a refund.

For any other item to be eligible for a refund, you have to return the item you have purchased to us within 30 calendar days of the purchase. The item must be unopened and in its original condition.

If our products arrived damaged, rotten, or contaminated in any way, please contact us right away and we will be happy to send a refund or free replacement regardless of the expiration date.

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Is Copper City CBD 3rd party tested?

All our products are lab tested to ensure quality, purity, & THC levels. Our products are natural, of the highest quality a free of any heavy metals or foreign substances. All test reports are available upon request. 

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Will I pass a drug test if I take CBD?

Some of our CBD products contain trace (very low) amounts of THC. If you consume large amounts of CBD you could possibly fail a drug test even though the amounts of THC are low. We do carry multiple THC FREE products this means they are free of THC and will allow someone to use these products and not have to worry about failing a drug test.

What are the side effects associated with CBD?

There can be side effects, but they are neither common nor serious.

Drowsiness: Many people describe the effect of CBD as a ‘wave of relief’ or a ‘calming sensation.’ It’s worth noting that these feelings can manifest as drowsiness in high doses. 

Dry Mouth: Recently, scientists confirmed that there are in fact cannabinoid receptors in the salivary glands of humans. CBD interacts with these cannabinoid receptors and inhibits the secretion of saliva – which can cause ‘cotton mouth’.

Low Blood Pressure: Very high doses of CBD can induce a slight drop in blood pressure that is often associated with mild lightheadedness.

Lightheadedness: As described above, some consumers experience mild feelings of lightheadedness as a result of the slight drop in blood pressure.

Inhibition of Hepatic Drug Metabolism: This one sounds worse than it is. If you’ve ever heard a physician caution eating a grapefruit with certain medications, this is the same effect.

We’d also like to note that there are conflicting studies regarding CBD’s potential side effects when treating Parkinson’s disease. Several studies suggest that CBD is safe and well-tolerated by Parkinson’s patients. However, other studies concluded that high doses of CBD led to increased tremors and muscle movement in Parkinson’s patients. The moral of the story? Start slow with low dosages and increase to tolerance. You have a higher likelihood of finding relief than experiencing discomfort. 

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