Frequently Asked Questions

What is full-spectrum Hemp CBD oil?

Full-spectrum, hemp-derived CBD oil contains the full range of compounds that are extracted from the hemp plant (cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils) to produce the most bioavailable and natural experience.

What are cannabinoids and terpenes?

Cannabinoids interact with receptors of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) in the body to restore a normal state of healthy balance. Terpenes are the primary constituents of the essential oils providing the scent and flavor of the plant. They may also have other functions such as protection of the plant.

How is hemp different from marijuana?

Although both marijuana and hemp are part of the same “cannabis” species of plants, they are two different plants – i.e., they are cousins. They also have differences in concentration of CBD (Cannabidiol) and THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana). Marijuana is cannabis that contains more than 0.3% THC, whereas hemp contains larger amounts of CBD and trace levels of THC, less than 0.3% of THC.

Will hemp CBD get me “high”?

NO! Because of hemp’s low levels of THC (<0.3%) it contains no properties that are commonly associated with the “high” of consuming marijuana. Hemp oil does not impair your ability to perform daily tasks, and our products have less than 25-30 mg of CBD—well within the range considered to be harmless for an average adult.

Will I be able to pass a drug test after consuming Incredible Edibles CBD powder?

Hemp is not classified as a drug; however, full-spectrum Hemp CBD does include trace amounts of THC. It is highly unlikely that these trace amounts of THC will be detected in a drug test. That said, if you have ANY worries about THC being discovered within your lab test given work/moral policies that require you to be tested, we do not recommend consuming any CBD product.

Where are you sourcing your CBD oil from?

Grown and extracted in the beautiful state of Kentucky, our hemp is sourced from federally compliant farms that have full traceability down to the seed.

Is the Incredible Edibles’ Hemp CBD proprietary powder lab tested?

Absolutely, and frequently. All our products start life using ingredients that have been fully lab tested and are compliant with federal guidelines.

Why is it illegal to use CBD in food products according to the FDA?

Since CBD, in a highly purified form, is used to treat epilepsy in a drug called Epidiolex, it is currently illegal under the drug exclusion rule which prevents any active substance in a pharmaceutical from being added to a food. The FDA has stated that selling any form of hemp CBD using any type of claim is unsafe to the consumer.

Has the FDA approved the use of ANY hemp derived food products?

Yes, the FDA already has approved hulled hemp seeds, hemp seed protein and hemp seed oil in products such as soups, dips, baked goods, snacks and nutrition bars.

How are the smoothies and chocolates made?

The Incredible Edibles’ pre-packaged CBD powder is carefully infused into the same delicious smoothies and chocolate covered fruits that you would usually enjoy.

Does the Incredible Edibles’ Hemp CBD proprietary powder have a taste/smell?

Incredible Edibles’ proprietary Hemp CBD powder brings no new texture or consistency to the foods it is added to and is generally undetectable in the chocolates and smoothies.

Does the Incredible Edibles’ Hemp CBD proprietary powder leave any residue in the blender when it is mixed into smoothies?

There is no residue left inside the blender after the powder is mixed into the smoothie.

What is the shelf life of the Incredible Edibles’ Hemp CBD proprietary powder?

Incredible Edibles Hemp CBD powder shelf life, unopened, has a shelf life of one year. Once opened, we recommend it is used within three months.

Are the Incredible Edibles’ Hemp CBD proprietary powder infused smoothies and chocolates safe for children and/or pregnant women to consume?

We always recommend that consumers who have any concerns related to any food, allergies, supplements, and/or other plant products consult a healthcare professional with any further questions.