SunMed CBD Products
It’s no secret Your CBD Stores offer amazing CBD products. Located in Waupaca, Oshkosh, and Weston, our family of three stores serve the Central Wisconsin area and are owned and operated by Waupaca native, Morgan Trone. We’re becoming well-known for being one of the best providers of high-quality CBD products and CBD education in a professional, comfortable environment.
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Though hemp and marijuana are both cannabis plants, they are not the same. The chemical composition is different, especially when it comes to THC levels, the cannabinoid responsible for the ‘high’ that many people associate with marijuana. Hemp has a much lower THC level, less than 0.3%.
Our CBD products come in various forms and dosages to meet each customer’s needs and preferences. You can choose from water-soluble, edibles, tinctures, soft gels, vaping e-liquids, and topical applications. We even have tinctures and CBD treats for pets. Our products are intended to be used as an herbal supplement and no prescription is necessary. Consult your doctor before you quit taking any medications with the intention of replacing them with the natural and holistic option of CBD.
Your CBD Store™ products are made using only the highest quality, organically grown hemp from Colorado which has been certified by that state’s Department of Agriculture. This phytocannabinoid rich (PCR) hemp has a naturally high CBD level, and an abundance of other cannabinoids (CBG, CBN, CBC), as well as flavonoids, terpenes, and essential amino acids. We use a CO2 extraction process, which eliminates the need for chemical solvents and produces a high-quality, full-spectrum CBD. For our zero-THC products, the CBD is processed again to remove all traces of THC.
Before our naturally cultivated, non-GMO industrial hemp can be utilized to create your CBD product, the cannabinoid-rich oil must be extracted from the plant. The extraction process selected depends on how the extract will be used.
CBD Isolate | 0% THC
CBD Isolate is created by removing all other molecules, except CBD, from the Full Spectrum extract, leaving the CBD in an anhydrous state. All that remains is a white powder that is at least 99% pure CBD with 0% THC. This powder can be added to various CBD products such as oils, edibles, and topicals.
CBD seems to be popping up everywhere these days. CBD is on the shelves in corner stores, gas stations, nutritional shops, and more. It can often be challenging to find a high-quality, reliable CBD brand while the market is saturated with inferior products.
Available in both Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum, and Isolate forms, CBD oils are a popular choice among CBD enthusiasts because they are easy to use. For best results, hold a few drops under your tongue for 10-20 seconds before swallowing. CBDistillery™ offers CBD, CBG, and CBN oils.
CBDistillery™ CBD Gummies are a flavorful way to experience all the health and wellness benefits of hemp-derived CBD supplements. Our CBD gummies contain a pre-measured 30mg serving of CBD, so you never have to worry about mixing or measuring serving sizes. Each portable bottle contains 30 delicious fruit-flavored gummy supplements.
South Dakota has a very strict law on cannabis and does not offer any type of medical marijuana program or industrial hemp program. In 2017 the state has passed SB 95, which ensures that patients can have access to CBD based drugs as long as they are approved by the FDA, which for the time being is only Epidiolex. This bill has reclassified CBD as a Schedule IV controlled substance and removed it from the definition of marijuana, and in early 2019, the Health and Human Services Committee of South Dakota has passed an amendment clarifying that possession of hemp CBD, even without any medical prescription, is legal. Nevertheless, we recommend that you get in touch with your health professional and do some thorough research before purchasing any CBD product, as you might face criminal prosecution.
Unfortunately, some US states still consider hemp sourced CBD to be illegal, so in case you live in one of these states, you should really look into the local legislation before making any type of purchase. We recommend that you do thorough research about this topic in case you believe that you would benefit from CBD for your health concerns, and try to speak with a health professional to see if you might get any help from them. At the time we are writing this article, there are three states that have strict restrictions on any type of hemp sourced CBD products:
According to the Farm Bill from 2018, the sale of hemp, CBD, and its production is legal in the United States. Nevertheless, federal law only allows CBD products that contain less than 0,3% of THC. If the dosage of tetrahydrocannabinol is higher than this, the product will be classified as marijuana (which is illegal by the Drug Enforcement Administration). Moreover, you need to consult your specific federal law as some states don’t allow possession of CBD (like South Dakota, Nebraska, and Idaho).
Idaho has a very strong policy on any form of cannabis sourced products, which makes all types of products derived from this plant (be it hemp sourced or not) illegal. Even though the 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp on a federal level, Idaho has decided to make it very difficult to purchase or consume any type of CBD products. There is an exception in place for pediatric patients that suffer from severe epilepsy, however, even in this situation, the only FDA-approved drug containing CBD that is allowed in this state is Epidiolex. It is illegal to buy any type of other CBD product, including CBD oil, even if you wish to treat children with this condition.
We advise you to consult our list of the best online shops in the US to find cannabidiol products with a low rate of THC. These products are completely legal and can fit your needs without any restrictions.
Furthermore, circa 10 states legalized marijuana. You can, for example, buy legal cannabis in Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Washington, Oregon, Vermont, Nevada, Massachusetts, Michigan, and California. In these States, you can find online dispensaries (with a variety of customer services) to buy CBD oils and other products with a higher THC dosage.
Opposed to Idaho, Nebraska’s legislation offers the possibility of farming industrial hemp, inclusively having an industrial hemp program. Nevertheless, cannabis products of all forms are still very restricted in the state. Nebraska’s Uniform Controlled Substances Act still considers CBD as part of the legal definition of marijuana, however, in 2015 the LB 390 has passed in the state, thus allowing CBD to be prescribed by health professionals to patients who suffer from epilepsy who are accepted into the state Medical Cannabidiol Pilot Study, which has expired in 2019. As such, CBD is still classified as marijuana and therefore illegal, except in the case of FDA approved drugs such as Epidiolex.