FAQ

1) What is CBD?

CBD a short form for cannabidiol is a chemical potent compound found in the cannabis plants. Being completely natural it’s not psychoactive. Commonly used for treating pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia. It is an essential element of medical marijuana obtained directly from the hemp plant.

 

2) What is difference between CBD and Hemp?

CBD and hemp both are derived from the cannabis Sativa plant. Hemp has lower concentrations of THC, psychoactive component tetrahydrocannabinol and higher concentrations of CBD. So CBD is extracted from hemp.

 

3) What is CBD oil?

It is the oil that contains concentration of CBD the uses of which varies. Try our vide range of CBD oil infused products for various benefits to calm, soothes and treat pain, insomnia, anxiety, rejuvenates skin and heal yourself. 

 

4) What is difference between CBD oil and Hemp oil?

Hemp oil is extracted from hemp plant which contains low traces of THC and hence the oil doesn’t contain any psychoactive elements. The method of extraction involves cold pressing the seeds. The main point of difference is hemp oil is extracted from hemp plant while cbd oil is also extracted from hemp, but can also be extracted from other cannabis plant. So it’s good to ensure that the CBD product you are purchasing is CBD and THC free.

 

5) What is full spectrum CBD?

Full-spectrum sometimes known as pure spectrum means that the product or oil contains cannabinoids, found in the cannabis plant in nature. The process involves supercritical CO2 extractions. The full-spectrum CBD oil or products are related to entourage effect which is a mechanism by which cannabis compounds act synergistically in simple terms the full-spectrum products are more effective. With full-spectrum CBD you are getting more than potent cannabinoids found in the hemp plant.

 

6) What is the difference between commonly used terms: full spectrum, broad spectrum and CBD isolate?

Broad-spectrum CBD products contain a range of cannabinoids and terpenes but zero THC. It is Full Spectrum without the THC. While the full spectrum contains everything the cannabis plant has to offer that means the flavonoids and the CBD.

Isolates are just CBD isolated from other cannabinoids. The extraction process included removal of any matter that the plant has to offer including THC. Only 99% of CBD remains as a result of this process. Many studies believe that cannabinoids are necessary to activate the benefits of the potent cannabis so people lean towards full-spectrum CBD usually. It has a more holistic approach although every CBD user is different and they make their decisions towards the process of extractions.

 

7) What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?

Hemp and marijuana come from the same cannabis plant, Sativa. Hemp is legal after the Farm bill proved and used for medical purposes. Hemp is considered an agricultural product. Marijuana on the other side is still considered a schedule 1 drug and currently is not acceptable for medical purposes also illegal. Generally, hemp contains less than 0.3% THC so it won’t get you high like marijuana as THC tetrahydrocannabinol, is the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis, gets you high.

 

8) Is CBD products legal?

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized the production and sale of hemp and its extracts. Hemp, by federal law, cannot contain more than 0.3 percent THC. CBD comes from a hemp plant with less than 0.3 percent THC, you can buy it under federal law — but some states still have legal restrictions on the possession of CBD.

 

9) How does CBD oil helps in pain management?

Cannabinoids active compound derived naturally from the plant has anti-inflammatory effects. It acts on the endocannabinoid receptor reducing inflammation and pain. Many of our customers have used our rich CBD products and found relief in pain relief, calming stress and mood enhancement. The balanced amount of CBD with other organic natural oils makes our product safe, legal and powerful in reducing chronic pain.

 

10) Does CBD get you high?

The accurate answer is no. CBD is the compound extracted from the cannabis plant which is THC free. THC tetrahydrocannabinol is the psychoactive compound that gets you high. CBD is non-intoxicating, even in high concentration it produces an uplifting effect but no cases of getting high.

 

11) Is your CBD synthetic?

No all our CBD products are fully organic, chemical and pesticides free using CO2 extraction lab tested for high quality.

 

12) What about third party lab test, can I see your lab results?

Yes definitely, all our products are third party lab tested and you can find them for each product individually under product description section.

 

13) What is the best CBD dosage?

CBD doesn’t have any official servings. One dropper per day is the most common recommendation but that depends on the concentration, weight of the individual and condition being treated.

Qurnt CBD capsules come in 10mg per servings and CBD oil comes in 16.6 mg per servings. to determine your proper CBD dosage is to take 1–6MG of CBD for every 10 pounds of body weight based on the individual’s level of pain.

 

14) Do you need a prescription to buy CBD products?

No, you don’t need a medical marijuana card to buy CBD products as it is not a drug. As per some states law, doctors do recommend CBD for various conditions but we have not included CBD laws on the individual states as they are continuously updating themselves. 

 

15) Where and how is your CBD manufactured?

Our product is manufactured in the United States and the raw material is grown organically, chemical and pesticides free harvested holistically. We know that poor or harsh extraction methods leave behind chemical solvents, so we take major precautions in the extraction process and ensure it’s gentle and non-exposed to chemicals. Hemp has a quality to absorb materials so it’s very important to grow it in good soil and we strictly take care of this fact. Qurnt’s hemp plant is grown in beautiful and clean Danish farms, where the soil is toxin-free with nil agricultural pollution.

 

16) What are your shipping methods and delivery schedules?

Read our shipping policies to know the delivery schedules.

 

17) What are your returns and refunds policy?

Read our refunds and return policies.