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What’s the best way to use my vape?

For best results, hold to mouth at a 45-degree angle. Inhale slowly for a short puff or two. (LED tip will glow with inhale.) Wait a few minutes for the effects to settle in, then sip as you might a glass of wine. Stop when you feel good.

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What are the specs of HIGHLIGHTER™ Vapor Battery?

HIGHLIGHTER™ Vapor Battery is rechargeable up to 300 times with a battery capacity of 350mAH and operates at a range of ~3.3V-4.2V. It quickly recharges in about an hour with the included USB charger. A battery typically lasts for an entire cartridge on a single charge and comes partially charged, so it's ready to use out of the box. Batteries are compatible with most 510-thread cartridges. Do not use high-powered batteries with Bloom Farm CBD cartridges.

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Are there pesticides in your vape oil?

Our products are meticulously lab-tested multiple times throughout the process to ensure clean, great-tasting oil that exceeds state pesticide standards and is thoroughly tested for heavy metals, microbes, etc. Chief Scientist Michael Coffin says, “There are metals and trace pesticides in almost everything that we consume. Sadly, there is environmental contamination in our entire food supply chain. Making sure it is below the very strict levels set by the state in which it was manufactured is the critical point.” For more specific information and analysis reports (COAs) for all of our products, check out our Test Results page.

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How much CBD is in your vapes?

Each variety of Mini Vapor Pen and Vapor Oil Cartridge is filled with 0.5 g of hemp oil that contains 250 mg CBD. The rest of the oil is comprised of other cannabinoids (including CBC, CBG and CBN) and other plant compounds.

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What should I do if I use a lot of CBD but it’s not working?

With CBD, it’s possible that more is not always more! Some research suggests that therapeutic effects may actually be lessened by using too much and/or too often. When CBD is used for notable effects and the effects are no longer appreciated at a given serving amount, it may be beneficial to cease use for 2-3 days. This is typically enough time for the body to reset and for any notable effects to return.You can track the amounts you're taking with our CBD Usage Tracker.We cannot provide individualized usage guidelines. Please consult with your trusted medical professional.

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How much CBD tincture should I take?

The standard serving size of our tinctures is 1/4 mL. Generally speaking, it is common for users to begin with 1 serving and increase the number of servings consumed at a time until a desired effect is achieved. Some people will find benefit with just our single serving size (2.5 mg with 300 mg Balance, 5 mg with 600 mg Relieve or 10 mg with 1200 mg Recover), but it is also common for users to consume CBD in increments of 10 mg, 20 mg or 50 mg at a time. This is why best results are achieved by starting with...

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Can I use my tincture if the color changes or sediment appears?

Since our tinctures are made using the whole plant and are rich in active compounds, harmless natural discoloration or sedimentation may occur. Our tinctures have a “best by” date of one year. We recommend that you always store the tincture in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

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What makes your tinctures unique?

Our CBD tinctures start with unique strains of high-CBD hemp (responsibly grown in the USA) specifically for use in tinctures. Only the finest Organic Industrial Hemp is selected for the proprietary extraction process that uses gentle thermal extraction with zero solvents. “Flash activation” preserves the source plant’s full cannabinoid and terpene profile to ensure a truly full-spectrum CBD-rich hemp extract. The whole-plant hemp extract is combined with Organic MCT Oil (Coconut Oil), which was chosen as a carrier because of its natural antimicrobial properties and pleasantly neutral flavor that doesn’t mask the natural essence of the extract. The hemp from...

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Why does the tincture taste like it does?

The exceptional quality of the full terpene profile is evident in the distinctive taste of our tinctures. Free of artificial colors and flavors, its earthy unfiltered flavor indicates that it’s all-natural and full-spectrum.

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What extraction method do you use for CBD tinctures?

There are many methods for extracting CBD, but some are considered notably safer than others. For example, C02 extraction is one common method considered reliably safe. That’s because at certain temperatures, C02 pulls away all of the important plant compounds like a solvent does—but without any of the potential dangers of actual solvents. This extraction method has long been used in other industries to create carbonated beverages and produce essential oils. Other extraction methods employing ethanol and solvents are also widely used, but may be more problematic. While ethanol extraction is considered pretty safe, it tends to extract chlorophyll along...

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Where does the hemp in your tinctures come from?

All of the hemp for our tinctures is grown in the USA (with responsible farming practices) specifically for use in tinctures. Unique cultivation practices support the most ideal growing circumstances. In addition, the hemp from which the CBN in our CBN/CBD tincture is derived is tracked from its origin through its conversion to CBN.

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CBN Defined

Cannabinol (CBN) is a cannabinoid that begins as a byproduct of oxidation of other cannabinoids. When exposed to ultraviolet light and air, phytocannabinoids may create cannabinolic acid (CBNa), which can be converted to CBN that’s usable by the human body.

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THC Defined

The most well-known of over 100 identified cannabinoids, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) has both analgesic and mind-altering qualities, most notably affecting focus, pleasure and perception of time.

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Sublingual Defined

Literally meaning “under tongue,” this method of ingestion delivers an active substance to the bloodstream via capillaries under the tongue...

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Psychoactive Defined

While it technically means “affecting the mind” and applies to any substance with mind-altering effects...

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Non-Psychoactive Defined

This term technically applies to anything that doesn’t affect the mind. In industry jargon, the widely used description “non-psychoactive” implies that a product should not induce the altered-state effects generally associated with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). While CBD (cannabidiol) is technically psychoactive, CBD is non-intoxicating and non-euphorigenic—and often referred to “non-psychoactive” on packaging and in advertising.

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Homeostasis Defined

This is a state of relative stability and optimal balance between interdependent elements, such as coordinated physiological processes—the ideal state for natural healing and wellness.

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Full-Spectrum Defined

This industry term implies that an extract contains all cannabinoids and beneficial terpenes from its source plant.

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Hemp Defined

Hemp is cannabis with low THC content, as defined by Title 7 of the US Code: It contains less than 0.3% THC on a dry weight basis. Hemp is typically grown for textiles, construction materials and CBD-rich oil with low traces of THC. 

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Extraction Method Defined

CBD can be extracted from its source plants through different methods. Some extraction processes require solvents or additives, while others do not.

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Entourage Effect Defined

This concept suggests that the effectiveness of cannabinoids is enhanced by the delivery of these key components (such as CBD or THC) alongside other components (like terpenes and other compounds that are not yet fully understood). In a nutshell, a plant’s “magic” is somewhat lost the further you get from the full plant.

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