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Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis. 

If you want a truly in depth explanation, take a look into the additional resources we recommend: 

projectcbd.orgInformation on dosing, choosing a product, and how CBD may affect you.

Echoconnection.org– providing support for special case families and individuals depending on cannabinoids. Great resource for information.

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Due to regulations outlined in the FD&C act which created the FDA we cannot and will not make claims that have not been evaluated by the FDA. We recommend doing some research in conjunction with consulting your healthcare provider pertaining to your specific needs and goals. 

We do encourage your own research but please understand that there is a lot of misinformation on the internet and surrounding the topic in general. Since this plant was prohibited entirely for cultivation and research for 80 years, so we are still learning.

A couple of resources we recommend: 

projectcbd.orgInformation on dosing, choosing a product, and how CBD may affect you.

Echoconnection.org– providing support for special case families and individuals depending on cannabinoids. Great resource for information.

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CBD User Holding hemp leaf
Due to regulations outlined in the FD&C act which created the FDA we cannot and will not make claims that have not been evaluated by the FDA.  We recommend doing some research in conjunction with consulting your healthcare provider pertaining to your specific needs and goals. 

We do encourage your own research but please understand that there is a lot of misinformation on the internet and surrounding the topic in general. Since this plant was prohibited entirely for cultivation and research for 80 years, so we are still learning.

A couple of resources we recommend: 

projectcbd.orgInformation on dosing, choosing a product, and how CBD may affect you.

Echoconnection.org– providing support for special case families and individuals depending on cannabinoids. Great resource for information.

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Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis. 

If you want a truly in depth explanation, take a look into the additional resources we recommend: 

projectcbd.orgInformation on dosing, choosing a product, and how CBD may affect you.

Echoconnection.org– providing support for special case families and individuals depending on cannabinoids. Great resource for information.

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Due to regulations outlined in the FD&C act which created the FDA we cannot and will not make claims that have not been evaluated by the FDA.  We recommend doing some research in conjunction with consulting your healthcare provider pertaining to your specific needs and goals. 

We do encourage your own research but please understand that there is a lot of misinformation on the internet and surrounding the topic in general. Since this plant was prohibited entirely for cultivation and research for 80 years, so we are still learning.

A couple of resources we recommend: 

projectcbd.orgInformation on dosing, choosing a product, and how CBD may affect you.

Echoconnection.org– providing support for special case families and individuals depending on cannabinoids. Great resource for information.

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CBD User Holding hemp leaf
Due to regulations outlined in the FD&C act which created the FDA we cannot and will not make claims that have not been evaluated by the FDA.  We recommend doing some research in conjunction with consulting your healthcare provider pertaining to your specific needs and goals. 

We do encourage your own research but please understand that there is a lot of misinformation on the internet and surrounding the topic in general. Since this plant was prohibited entirely for cultivation and research for 80 years, so we are still learning.

A couple of resources we recommend: 

projectcbd.orgInformation on dosing, choosing a product, and how CBD may help affect you.

Echoconnection.org– providing support for special case families and individuals depending on cannabinoids. Great resource for information.

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Marijuana and hemp are two legal definitions of Cannabis Sativa L classifying the plant into two groups for regulatory purposes. Both hemp and marijuana have chemical compounds called phytocannabinoids which include CBD, THC, CBG and over 140 more cannabinoids. Phytocannabinoids (in hemp & hemp-derived products) influence our bodies’ ECS to produce its own cannabinoids called endocannabinoids. Examples of endocannabinoids are anandamide and 2-AG.

So, let’s define the difference between hemp and marijuana. Hemp is legally defined as cannabis sativa with a Delta-9 THC concentration of no more than .3% by weight. Marijuana is defined as cannabis sativa with a Delta-9 THC concentration greater than .3% by weight. These definitions are outlined in the 2018 Farm Bill defining the difference between hemp and marijuana. These definitions are subject to change with any new laws that are enacted or policies that are implemented. It’s a good idea to stay informed on this. Since laws and policies can change and your products could be in question. 

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Hemp-derived products containing CBD & other cannabinoids can interact with medications positively yet precautions need to be considered. 

For example a few common medication types that are affected include: opioids, insulin, and blood thinner. If medications indicate that grapefruit should be avoided this is a common warning sign for potential interactions with hemp or hemp derived products.

There are many questions when we talk about interactions with medications.For this reason, we advise strongly that you consult with your physician about these interactions. We encourage you to bring in a few items of the information provided here to consult with your doctor. 

CBD & Drug interactions  |  Full article 

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Great news! The answer is no.  CBD is a cannabinoid that is closer to the non-psychotropic side of effects, meaning that it does not affect the mind in the way many describe as feeling “high.” On the other hand THC is a cannabinoid that is psychotropic creating sensations of euphoria & feeling high. 

For products you are interested in, we recommend taking look at the Certificate of Analysis (COA’s) to see the total cannabinoid content & consult with an experienced budtender about your concerns.

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Marijuana and hemp are two legal definitions of Cannabis Sativa L classifying the plant into two groups for regulatory purposes. Both hemp and marijuana have chemical compounds called phytocannabinoids which include CBD, THC, CBG and over 140 more cannabinoids. Phytocannabinoids (in hemp & hemp-derived products) influence our bodies’ ECS to produce its own cannabinoids called endocannabinoids. Examples of endocannabinoids are anandamide and 2-AG.

So, let’s define the difference between hemp and marijuana. Hemp is legally defined as cannabis sativa with a Delta-9 THC concentration of no more than .3% by weight. Marijuana is defined as cannabis sativa with a Delta-9 THC concentration greater than .3% by weight. These definitions are outlined in the 2018 Farm Bill defining the difference between hemp and marijuana. These definitions are subject to change with any new laws that are enacted or policies that are implemented. It’s a good idea to stay informed on this. Since laws and policies can change and your products could be in question. 

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Hemp-derived products containing CBD & other cannabinoids can interact with medications, precautions need to be considered. 

For example a few common medication types that are affected include: opioids, insulin, and blood thinner. If medications indicate that grapefruit should be avoided this is a common warning sign for potential interactions with hemp or hemp derived products.

There are many questions when we talk about interactions with medications. For this reason, we advise strongly that you consult with your physician about these interactions. We encourage you to bring in a few items of the information provided here to consult with your doctor. 

CBD & Drug interactions  |  Full article 

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Great news! The answer is no. CBD is a cannabinoid that is closer to the non-psychotropic side of effects, meaning that it does not affect the mind in the way many describe as feeling “high.” On the other hand THC is a cannabinoid that is psychotropic creating sensations of euphoria & feeling high. 

For products you are interested in, we recommend taking look at the Certificate of Analysis (COA’s) to see the total cannabinoid content & consult with an experienced budtender about your concerns.

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Due to the regulations outlined In the FD&C act, we cannot make claims to safe methods of delivery for human or animal Consumption since the FDA currently does not regard hemp or hemp-derived products as GRAS (generally regarded as safe). 

However the most common methods of delivery are inhalation, ingestion, and topical application. Let’s start with inhalation which includes smoking the raw hemp flower or vaping. Ingestion includes oils/tinctures, edibles, capsules, and concentrated powder which can be used in good. Topical application includes lotions, creams, gels, roll-ons, patches, & more. 

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Before we start: The FDA has not evaluated hemp or hemp-derived products, as such the FDA does not consider hemp or hemp-derived products GRAS (generally regarded as safe.) Any statements made here are not recommendations for “safe usage.” They have not established daily values, or efficacy. Use this information at your own discretion. You can find our FDA disclaimer on every product we carry and on every page of our website in regards to this first paragraph. 

Most people find their average dosage ranges from 25mg-50mg of CBD and yet there’s many other factors to consider for hemp-derived products for your desired results. 

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Due to the regulations outlined In the FD&C act, we cannot make claims to safe methods of delivery for human or animal Consumption since the FDA currently does not regard hemp or hemp-derived products as GRAS (generally regarded as safe). 

However the most common methods of delivery are inhalation, ingestion, and topical application. Let’s start with inhalation which includes smoking the raw hemp flower or vaping. Ingestion includes oils/tinctures, edibles, capsules, and concentrated powder which can be used in good. Topical application includes lotions, creams, gels, roll-ons, patches, & more. 

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Before we start: The FDA has not evaluated hemp or hemp-derived products, as such the FDA does not consider hemp or hemp-derived products GRAS (generally regarded as safe.) Any statements made here are not recommendations for “safe usage.” They have not established daily values, or efficacy. Use this information at your own discretion. You can find our FDA disclaimer on every product we carry and on every page of our website in regards to this first paragraph. 

Most people find their average dosage ranges from 25mg-50mg of CBD and yet there’s many other factors to consider for hemp-derived products for your desired results. 

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VitaMax Health And Wellness shall not be held liable for the medical claims made by customer testimonials. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

The efficacy of these products and the testimonials made have not been confirmed by FDA- approved research.These products and statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

As such, there are no adequate directions for use, or established daily values, and the FDA currently does not consider CBD and/or cannabis, cannabis-derived products “GRAS” (generally regarded as safe) The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by the FDA. These products and information are not intended to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease, and/or intended to affect the structure or any function of the body. 

All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from licensed healthcare providers. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.

VitaMax Health And Wellness assumes no responsibility for the improper use of these products. We recommend consulting with a qualified medical doctor or physician when preparing a treatment plan for any and all diseases or ailments. VitaMax Health And Wellness does not make any health claims about our products and we always recommend consulting with a qualified medical doctor or physician prior to consuming our products or preparing a treatment plan. 

It is especially important for those who are pregnant, nursing, chronically ill, elderly or under the age of 21 to discuss the use of these products with a physician prior to consuming. You must be 21 years or older to visit this website and/or purchase VitaMax Health And Wellness products. The information on our website is intended to provide general information regarding our products and is not to be construed as medical advice or instruction.

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*These products and statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. As such, there are no adequate directions for use, or established daily values, and the FDA currently does not consider CBD and/or cannabis, cannabis-derived products “GRAS” (generally regarded as safe) The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by the FDA. These products and statements made are not intended to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease, and/or intended to affect the structure or any function of the body. 

**Daily Values (DV) not established due to absence of FDA evaluation for hemp-derived products.

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