Mendi's No THC CBD Gummies are vegan, non-GMO, made with real fruit extracts and packed with 25mg of high quality CBD per gummy. Calm your mind and kick start your recovery. When you’re consuming CBD, are you consuming THC as well? What should you do if you want to avoid THC altogether? Does CBD Gummies Have Any Thc In Them Ever since the Flintstones vitamins came out in the 1960s, gummies have occupied a strange border zone between health food and candy. Before long, adults who
No THC CBD Gummies
A treat for the tastebuds made with organic real fruit extracts. Packed with sustainably sourced CBD, our No THC CBD Gummies are charged with 25mg of hemp-derived CBD per gummy. These CBD Gummies are vegan and delicious. A perfect morning ritual to calm the mind and body or a post workout snack to jump start your recovery.
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No THC CBD Gummies are vegan, made with real fruit extracts and packed with 25mg of high quality CBD per gummy. Calm your mind and kick start your recovery naturally.
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Nutrition Facts: Serving Size: 1 piece 25mg CBD
Servings per Container: 15, 30, or 60, Calories: 16.6, Calories from Fat: 0, Total Fat: 0g, 0%DV, Sodium: 7.5mg, 0%DV, Total Carb: 4g, 1.3%DV, Sugars: 2.8g, Protein: 0g
Ingredients: Organic Glucose Syrup, Organic Cane Sugar, Pectin, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Natural Flavors, Natural Colors (Organic Concentrated Apple, Organic Carrot, Organic Pumpkin, Organic Black Currant).
Flavors – cherry, pomegranate, lemon, orange
*Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
1 gummy = 25mg CBD.
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No THC CBD Gummies FAQs
We recommend a low and slow approach. One gummy contains 25 mg of CBD and we suggest starting with a one gummy dose. If you’re interested in increasing your dose for greater benefits, experiment with building up to a two gummy dose over time.
What time of day should I take CBD Gummies?
Gummies are great to add to a balanced full body recovery routine throughout the day. We tend to take one in the morning and one after a workout. Some customers have no problem taking them before bed, and some find the small sugar content to be an issue at night time.
How are the CBD Gummies different from the CBD Gel Caps?
Both our gummies and gel caps contain 25mg of CBD per dose (1 gummy vs. 1 gel cap). The gummies are fruit flavored and contain some sugar, whereas the gel caps are flavorless. So, it’s largely a matter of personal preference. Some folks love the candy-like taste of the gummies, and some prefer the ease of use and pill-like form of the sugarless gel caps, especially at night time after they’ve brushed their teeth.
Does CBD Have THC In It? The Answer
Cannabidiol (CBD) has become a household name, but with its new fame comes many questions about what it is, what it does, and how it’s folded into our daily routines. Chief among these questions is CBD’s relationship to its more famous cousin, Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). When you’re consuming CBD, are you consuming THC as well? What should you do if you want to avoid THC altogether? In this guide, we’ll define these cannabinoids, explain if one contains the other, and what you should look for in your CBD products if you want to avoid even slight traces of THC.
What is CBD?
CBD is one of many phytocannabinoids — or cannabinoids that come from plants – that can be found in cannabis, including its variant, hemp. You can incorporate CBD into your routine to boost the cannabinoids your body is making on its own, called endocannabinoids.*
Phyotocannabinoids and endocannabinoids are similar compounds, the main difference between them being their source. So far, researchers have discovered two endocannabinoids: 2-arachidonoylglycerol, which is commonly abbreviated as 2-AG, and anandamide. Dozens of phytocannabinoids are known to scientists.
What is THC?
Like CBD, THC is a cannabinoid found in cannabis plants. THC is found in elevated levels in marijuana. Cannabis plants which contain 0.3% THC or less are considered hemp.
A note on a name: The terms cannabis and marijuana are often used interchangeably. Cannabis covers the same category of flowering plants that includes cannabis with THC levels that exceed 0.3%, also referred to as “marijuana,“ and cannabis with 0.3% THC or less, also referred to as “hemp.” At Prima, we use the term “marijuana” to distinguish between cannabis with THC levels that exceed 0.3% and “hemp”.
What is the endocannabinoid system?
Cannabinoids like CBD and THC interact with a series of receptors in the human brain and body known collectively as the endogenous cannabinoid system, or the endocannabinoid system for short.* The ECS contains endocannabinoids produced by your body, cannabinoid receptors with which the endocannabinoids interact, and enzymes which help your body break down and recycle endocannabinoids*. This system’s main role is to promote homeostasis, or your body’s natural and balanced way of being, and to keep your immune system and cells healthy*.
So far, we know about two main types of receptors. The first are aptly designated “CB1” receptors, which regulate appetite and memory, and are found throughout the brain and spinal cord*. The second are called “CB2” and can be found throughout the immune system, skin, and organs, among other areas of the body*. Both endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids — cannabinoids from plants — engage with these receptors.
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Does CBD have THC in it?
CBD and THC are two separate phytocannabinoids. They may be contained within the same plant or the same cannabis or hemp extract, but the two substances themselves are distinct.
That being said, trace amounts of THC may be found in hemp products. Hemp contains 0.3% or less THC, and these levels are present when cannabinoids are extracted to make hemp products. This extract, often called a full spectrum hemp extract, contains all cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other compounds found in hemp, including 0.3% THC or less. We at Prima take the extra step to further remove the trace amounts of THC that occur naturally in hemp. This process results in the broad spectrum hemp extract that’s used in our products.
How are CBD and THC related?
Aside from being cannabinoids, THC and CBD have a special relationship. Researchers expect that when varying cannabinoids are present together, they can augment and change one another’s effects. The way cannabinoids interact with one another is known as “the entourage effect,” and much remains to be learned about how this process works.
While CBD and THC are closely related – they are found in the same plants and they influence each other in the body – they do not always coexist. Each cannabinoid can be isolated from the others, creating CBD isolate products devoid of THC and vice versa.
Types of CBD Products
There are many different types of cannabis products available on the market. Some contain significant amounts of THC, some contain trace amounts, and others contain none at all. When choosing a product, it is key to understand whether other cannabinoids, including THC, are present.
The hemp industry is highly innovative and new products are emerging all the time. However, there are a few staples you’ll likely encounter when looking almost anywhere. When selecting hemp products, you might come across some of the following types:
- Topicals: Topical products include moisturizers and skincare creams, like The Afterglow Deeply Restorative Cream, as well as CBD face oils such as the award-winning Night Magic Intensive Facial Oil.
- Edibles and drink mixes: Edibles include any types of CBD-infused foods or beverages, such as beverage infusions like the Rest Easy Elixir.
- Capsules: Capsules are easy-to-take dietary supplements. Our The Daily vegan capsule is made using a proprietary process designed to improve the bioavailability of the CBD you ingest.
- Tinctures: Hemp extract is blended with a carrier oil, such as hemp seed oil or medium chain triglyceride (MCT) oil derived from coconuts. While common, tinctures tend to be difficult to measure and take, and can taste unpleasant to boot.
3 Ways to Ensure CBD Products Don’t Contain THC
Ensuring your CBD experience is a THC-free one only takes a bit of reading.
- 1. Look up product information: Reputable CBD brands will make it easy to understand exactly what is in their products. Be sure to examine the label for details before you buy. Look for terms such as “isolate,” “broad spectrum,” or simply “no THC.”
- 2. Check the lab results: Brands with quality products have nothing to hide. Visit the brand’s website to review lab test results for each batch, which will detail how much — or how little — THC is contained within.
- 3. Consider the source: While many CBD products, including ours, are derived from hemp, some may be derived from high-THC cannabis. However, these products should only be purchased from a dispensary in states where medical or recreational adult-use cannabis products can be sold under state law. If you’re buying a CBD product from a dispensary, you may want to check to make sure the product does not also contain THC. At Prima, we place a QR code on each box so you can track our hemp from its roots in family-owned farms in Oregon to your door.
CBD and THC coexist, but are not one and the same
Products that contain full spectrum hemp extract have trace amounts of THC — generally defined as 0.3% or less. These trace amounts appear in CBD extract as it comes from hemp plants, but further refining processes can remove this THC. This process results in a broad spectrum CBD extract which preserves all other minor cannabinoids, phytosterols, terpenes, flavonoids, and other compounds.
At Prima, our products are made with bio-optimized broad spectrum hemp extract, leaving the THC behind and applying a proprietary process designed to improve the CBD’s absorption rate in your body*. Our products are tested five separate times during the manufacturing process: after harvest, during extraction, extraction, before production (2x), during production, and finally after it’s been made – sending the final product to an ISO/IEC-accredited lab for the final signoff. These quality checks also ensure that THC is below statistically significant detection limits in the final product. Whether your go-to is a hydrating lotion or you want to try a beverage elixir to support wellness from the inside-out*, we’re here to support your holistic wellness goals.
Does CBD Gummies Have Any Thc In Them
Ever since the Flintstones vitamins came out in the 1960s, gummies have occupied a strange border zone between health food and candy. Before long, adults who grew up on them decided that they wanted to keep the habit, so they became a standard form of delivery for nutritional supplements.
And so, as CBD edibles started flooding the market in the last few years, CBD gummies inevitably came along.
In this guide, we answer your most common hemp gummies questions. Read on to learn what CBD gummies are, how CBD gummies are made, and important information to know when buying and using them.
What Are CBD Gummies?
CBD gummies are sweet, chewy candies infused with cannabidiol, or CBD.
CBD is an extract of the hemp plant, a non-intoxicating breed of cannabis. It’s one of a multitude of cannabinoids, naturally occurring compounds in cannabis that interact with the human nervous system, often with beneficial effects.
Some CBD gummies use CBD isolate for infusion, while others use “full spectrum” CBD, which includes a variety of other cannabinoids and nutrients that can also have beneficial effects.
The disadvantage of full spectrum, though, is that this often means picking up THC, the cannabinoid that gets people high. Even hemp, which by law has no more than 0.3 percent THC by weight, may include enough to make a user fail a drug test.
Therefore, cbdMD uses pure CBD extract in their gummies, with no other components of the hemp plant.
Are CBD Gummies the Same as Hemp Gummies?
It depends on the brand, but probably. The different language usually isn’t due to different ingredients but to CBD’s complicated legal status.
The 2018 Farm Bill made CBD legal at the federal level, so long as it’s from hemp and not marijuana. However, the Food and Drug Administration has expressed its displeasure with CBD edibles, due to restrictions on mixing drugs with food.
Several state and local governments have defied this by passing laws to the contrary, or by merely declining to enforce the FDA’s rule since the FDA has no police force of its own.
But so long as the situation remains murky, many retailers won’t carry ingestible products explicitly labeled “CBD.” Calling CBD-infused gummies “hemp gummies” is still accurate since they are made partly from hemp, but opens them to retail venues that might shrink from the “CBD” label.
How Are CBD Gummies Made?
Once the extraction process is complete, CBD is a crystal that can dissolve in an edible medium. While different companies add their CBD in different ways, cbdMD adds its pure CBD isolate while the ingredients melt in bulk.
What are those ingredients?
Pectin is the ingredient that gives gummies their distinct texture. Pectin occurs naturally in the cell walls of fruits, and in the traditional process of cooking fruit mash with sugar water, it leads to the gelling process that creates jams and jellies. In modern times, it becomes isolated to create even stiffer products, like jellybeans and gummies.
The rest of the recipe consists of sweeteners, oils, and flavoring, which vary by the manufacturer. cbdMD’s gummies include organic tapioca syrup, cane sugar, fruit juice, and sunflower oil. Currently, each gummy bottle has a mix of natural and artificial flavors: orange, strawberry, mixed berry, and tropical.
For extra zing, there’s citric acid and malic acid, which naturally give the tang to lemons and sour apples, respectively.
Once the CBD goes into the melt, the resulting gelatinous brew is extruded, cut into cubes or other shapes, and coated. The smooth coating on our gummies is wax drawn from the leaves of the Brazilian carnauba palm.
Using CBD Gummies
CBD gummies are certainly a tastier way to get your CBD than capsules or tinctures and give you a sugar bump to boot. They can also be more graceful to consume in public than either of those.
For that reason, many people enjoy taking them along to work, on trips, or anywhere outside the house. Popping a gummy or two before a stressful event can help you keep your cool.
Keep in mind, though, that when you eat your CBD, it takes longer to work its way into your bloodstream than if you used a tincture. If you want it to hit at a specific time, give yourself at least an hour to absorb it fully.
If you’re just beginning to use CBD, start slow, no matter how delicious they are. We recommend taking a couple of gummies a day for a few weeks to gauge how your body’s reacting to it fully. You can always add more if you need to.
Gummies can also be a great supplement to other CBD products like a twice-daily capsule or a nightly dropper of CBD PM, a CBD oil tincture with melatonin. You can use it for an extra boost if you feel a greater need that day for CBD’s natural benefits.
Have You Tried CBD Edibles?
CBD gummies can be a discreet and delicious way to get your CBD intake. As always, consult your doctor before using hemp gummies or any CBD product.
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