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Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of more than a hundred cannabinoids in cannabis. Because CBD is non-psychoactive, it won’t make you high.
Cannabinoids are the main chemical compounds made by the cannabis plant, and there are at least 113 active cannabinoids identified in cannabis. Out of all the known cannabinoids, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the ONLY one that’s psychoactive. Cannabinoids work by binding to receptors in our endocannabinoid system (ECS).
The main role of the human endocannabinoid system is to maintain homeostasis—biological harmony in response to changes in the environment.
Research initially suggested that endocannabinoid receptors only existed in the brain and nerves, but scientists later discovered that these receptors are located throughout the body and support a wide variety of processes, such as memory, mood, pain, metabolism, immune function, appetite, sleep, stress, and reproduction.
No. Our CBD is ethically sourced from hemp (not marijuana) and is legally available to anyone in the United States.
No. This is probably the biggest misconception. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD) is completely non-psychoactive.
If you’ve ever started a new supplement or vitamin regimen, you probably know the short answer to “How long does it take to notice a difference?” Well, it depends. For instance, if you’ve only recently started suffering from mild symptoms, you'll probably feel better faster than someone who’s been dealing with severe symptoms for years. Results are cumulative and oftentimes subtle at first, so be consistent and understand that taking supplements of any kind is simply a form of investing in your future self.
We're proud to support sustainable USA hemp farmers that are compliant with the 2014 Farm Bill.
We’ve worked with top PhD scientists and cannabis researchers to develop what we feel is a healthy wellness dose. The suggested serving size for our vegan gummies is 1 gummy/day, but we generally recommend experimenting a bit to see what feels best to you. Everybody’s biochemistry is different! Some customers prefer 2 gummies, whereas others start with half a gummy and see how they feel.
Similar to how consuming poppy seeds may lead to a positive drug test for opioids, consuming certain hemp products may lead to a positive drug test for THC (since THC is inherently present in tiiiiny amounts in hemp plants—less than 0.3%). Although it’s rare, we strongly suggest consulting your health care provider before consuming any Not Pot gummies if you’re subject to drug testing.
Because we make our products in small batches to preserve potency and flavor, all sales are final. However, we love hearing from customers and are always looking to improve future formulations and products, so if you have any suggestions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. We think companies that use fear tactics or make unsubstantiated claims to promote hemp are doing a great disservice. Hemp is a great addition to your wellness routine, but isn’t a quick fix for all life’s problems. As with any dietary supplement, we recommend consulting your physician prior to adding cannabinoids to your daily routine.
Lol, no. We think Not Pot has a nice ring to it. Life’s too short to be serious 😉.
The Bail Project combats mass incarceration at the front end through a national revolving bail fund. The team's goal: To secure freedom for as many people as possible and fuel momentum for equal justice. A note from the Bail Project: We believe no one should be sitting in a jail cell because they cannot afford bail. We’re on a mission to restore the presumption of innocence and end wealth-based detention. Freedom should be free. Over the next five years, The Bail Project will open 40 sites in high-need jurisdictions with the goal of paying bail for over 160,000 low-income Americans, all while collecting stories and data that prove money bail is not necessary to ensure people return to court.
We encourage you to make a donation here. 100% of your donation goes directly into our revolving bail fund, where it is used for the sole purpose of helping bring people home.