Frequently Asked Questions
- What is CBD?
Cannabidiol – CBD is the primary component of Cannabis Sativa, otherwise known as Industrial Hemp. This is a CBD dominant plant meaning that THC is below .3%. We go the extra step and remove all of the THC to render it “triple zero – .0001.”or “non-detectable” (ND) on a drug screen.
- Where is the CBD from?
WP HEALER Hemp is derived from one strain, a Cannabis Sativa cultivar. It is domestically cultivated and grown in an ideal climate using Eco-friendly sustainable methods.
- What are the genetics of the plant?
WP HEALER Hemp uses cultivars which have been developed for optimal CBD content and <.3% THC. This is the “best of the best” and that is important for your customers.
- How is the CBD processed?
WP HEALER CBD is processed in a cGMP facility with ISO Level 7 lab with FDA compliance. These conditions guarantee that our product is produced with precision, consistency and the utmost care and attention to detail.
- Who is producing it?
WP HEALER CBD‘s team of growers, chemists, and lab technicians have been working with CBD and hemp for decades. Their expertise is apparent in the quality of the product. Many claim to be experts, but we truly have a team who has made the cultivation and production of Industrial Hemp and CBD their passion and business for a very long time.
- Is what’s on the label in the bottle?
This is important as there are a number of “cowboys” out there promoting the product which is not really good quality or even real CBD. Each of our bottles has a unique Lot# and an accompanying COA (Certificate of Analysis). This means that exactly what is on the label is in the bottle.
- Sell with confidence.
Is it legal?
Probably the #1 question everyone asks.
Yes it is. Because our product is produced under provision Sec. 7606 of the Farm Bill, we meet every the statutory requirement to sell in all 50 U.S. States and territories. We also export to International clients whose countries allow for the importation of CBD products.
- What does CBD do?
From the National Institute of Health in 2006: “In the past decade, The Endocannabinoid System has been implicated in a a growing number of physiological functions, both in the central and peripheral nervous systems and in peripheral organs….modulating the activity of the Endocannabinoid System turned out to hold therapeutic promise in a wide range of disparate diseases and pathological conditions….”
- What is an Oil Vape Pen?
Oil vape pens are some of the most popular varieties of oil vaporizer due to their discreet form factor. Their slim profile makes it easy to fit one in your pocket and their strong rechargeable batteries mean you can take it with you wherever you want to vape. 510 Battery Vaporizer pens come in a variety of styles including dry for herb, liquid concentrates and wax. Most pen kit includes a 510 battery, 510 thread oil cartridge(with ceramic heating element), charger and user manual.