Common Hemp/CBD Questions

Bloom Altitude 365 is a local business that strives to provide our customers with premium Organic Hemp/CBD products on the market today. We believe in educating our customers, so they are well informed and can enjoy our products.

Is CBD legal?

Yes! The Cannabinoids (CBD) compound is extracted from industrial Hemp and both can be legally sold and purchased throughout the United States and the Virgin Islands. All products must fall below the 0.3% Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) threshold or are THC Free for the hemp products to be legal under the 2014 Farm Bill. The 2018 Farm Bill changed Hemp from a controlled substance to an agricultural commodity, legalizing Hemp federally, making it easier for farmers to get production licenses, farm loans, to receive federal crop insurance, and to sell hemp products.

In 2018, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) only approved (Epidiolex) a CBD medication to treat two types of epilepsy (Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome). People use CBD as a form of treatment for various ailments, most commonly - pain, anxiety, sleep, and inflammation.

Can CBD get me high?

No! CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, which does not result in a “high.”  Because CBD does not create mind-altering effects, it is another organic product option with various medicinal and non-medicinal uses for almost anyone.

What is CBD?

CBD is one of the chemical compounds called “cannabinoids” found in the Hemp plant, also known as the Cannabis Sativa plant. CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD pulled from the plant and removed of all other ingredients. Full-spectrum CBD contains all the natural chemicals found in the entire Hemp plant, to include other cannabinoids, essential oils, and terpenes. Terpenes are the chemical compounds that produce the plants’ smell.

What can be made with Hemp?

Hemp has been grown for thousands of years throughout the world in places such as the Middle East, U.S., and Asia. Hemp was used during World War II to make rope, uniforms, and canvas. Hemp is now used to produce more products, for example: ship ropes, textiles, clothing, paper, insulation, biofuel, hemp concrete, cosmetics, medications, oils, rubs, creams, shampoo, soap, and edibles, just to name a few. Hemp plant seeds can also be eaten raw or made into a liquid. Hemp seeds can be used for baking or beverages such as hemp milk.

CBD can also be absorbed into your body through smoking the Hemp flower, adding it to your foods, or made it into a tea. CBD oil is extracted from the Hemp flower and diluted with a carrier oil like coconut or hemp seed oil to make CBD products.

 Drug testing and CBD products.

If you are only consuming industrial hemp-derived CBD products, the likelihood of failing a drug test is extremely low. However, there is still a chance. Consult with your doctor/or employer if this is a concern for you.