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If you’ve never used CBD before, it may seem intimidating. You may be unsure of CBD lingo or how to choose a product. We’ve put together this helpful CBD guide to answer your questions about CBD, the laws, how to use it and more!

CBD Guide

What is

CBD?

CBD stands for cannabidiol. This is a naturally-occurring compound found and extracted from hemp and cannabis.

CBD Terms

What do they mean?

CBD Guide

Tincture

Bioavailable alcohol-based product that can be easily absorbed and is typically taken sublingually or added to foods and drinks
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Edible

Any CBD product that has been infused into food
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Hemp

Typically refers to the plant from which CBD is derived
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Flower

Smokable buds from a hemp plant; CBD flower typically has high CBD content and extremely low THC content

Juice/Liquid

Similar to a tincture in the way it’s made but formulated specifically to use with a vape

Full-Spectrum

CBD with all the naturally occurring plant compounds, including terpenes and other cannabinoids including up to 0.3% THC

Broad-Spectrum

Similar to full-spectrum CBD but with all trace amounts of THC completely removed

Isolate

Pure CBD with all other plant compounds removed

CBD Guide

What is hemp derived CBD?

Hemp is a plant that is strangely similar to the marijuana plant as they are both related. However, hemp has zero psychoactive effects that can be used in a variety of ways.

Similar to hemp, CBD contains zero THC or psychoactive effects. CBD is a cannabinoid also known as cannabidiol that comes from the marijuana plant. Although it comes from the plant, it’s isolated away from the plant into a pure zero THC form with several health properties.

There’s much more about cannabidiol (CBD) than meets the eye and pure CBD with zero THC is legal within all 50 States.

Again, we do not make any claims that our hemp CBD products are intended to treat or cure any disease. If you are pregnant or if you are lactating, please consult with your physician before you use it. in all 50 states. If you’re curious to know more about cannabidiol (CBD) then please head over to our blog.

How does CBD work?
Every person has an endocannabinoid system. This system uses receptors to create balance between the cells in the body through homeostasis. The most common receptors are CB1 and CB2, which are found in the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system. When someone uses CBD, these receptors respond in a positive way. CBD allows them to function optimally and helps restore balance between all the cells in the body.
Does CBD get you high?
CBD does not get you high. While it can contain trace amounts of THC depending on the type of product, it doesn’t cause any psychoactive or “high” effects. Many people report “good” feelings (like getting a text from your best friend or finding a piece of happy mail in your mailbox) when they use CBD products, but not a high.
What makes Mile High Cure CBD different?
We primarily carry broad-spectrum CBD products so our clients can experience the full benefit of the “entourage effect” while avoiding any THC consumption. (Our hemp flower may contain trace amounts of THC.) Our team’s 15+ years of experience in the cannabis industry has allowed us to leverage our access to provide lower prices than our competitors. We are trustworthy and transparent in our ingredients, and we want our customers to feel safe using our products.
Can you ship to my state/country?
Probably! We ship to all the states within the U.S. We are expanding globally and look forward to serving many more countries soon!

How to Use

Which method of CBD should I choose?
One of the great things about CBD is that there are so many different options available! Most people choose to start with an edible or tinctures because they’re easy to use. Other methods include vaping, smoking, topicals, capsules, suppositories and more.
Will CBD help with my ________?

We can’t guarantee that our CBD will cure or treat any officially diagnosable diseases. However many CBD of our customers have reported relief from symptoms such as anxiety, pain, inflammation and stress while using our products. The easiest way to find out if CBD works for you is to try it yourself! When in doubt, please consult your physician prior to using CBD. Our CBD guide does not replace medical advice.

What’s the right CBD dosage for me?
Every person’s endocannabinoid system is different, and that means your body will respond differently to CBD than others. It’s a good idea to start with a lower dose and work your way up until you begin feeling the benefits. Start with between one and six milligrams per 10 pounds of body weight. Try one dose for 3-7 days to get the full effects before increasing the dose. Always follow the specific guidelines on your CBD product.
How much of the edible should I eat?
CBD edibles can pack a punch but take longer to feel the effects than inhalation. While they’re a great method to start with when you want to ease yourself into CBD, be sure to check the dosage recommendations on each package. Start small and work your way up, giving your body a chance to digest and react to the CBD. If you’re an experienced CBD user, check the packaging to see how it converts based on your normal CBD delivery method.
When will my edible kick in?
Unlike the high that you get from THC products, you likely won’t feel the CBD “kick in” in a given moment. Instead, you’ll notice a gradual change. The change is even less noticeable with CBD edibles because they can take between a half-hour to an hour to feel their full effects. Each person’s metabolism is different. If you are new to using CBD edibles, give the edible some time to work before eating more.
Is vaping CBD safe?
Risks may be involved with any CBD delivery method, but it’s important to remember that CBD vapes are different from those that contain THC, tobacco or harmful chemicals. Many people find that the benefits of vaping their CBD far outweigh any potential negative effects.

Legal CBD Guide

Is hemp legal?

While hemp comes from the same plant as other cannabis products (think traditional marijuana), it is not the same. Hemp is federally legal while marijuana is not federally legal (although, more than half of the U.S. has legalized marijuana in some form on the state level). Hemp that is sold by Mile High Cure has high CBD contents and low THC (0-0.3%) contents. THC is the component that creates a “high” and is federally legal in amounts under 0.3%.

Can I use CBD or hemp without legal trouble?

It depends. While CBD is federally legal, some states may still have restrictions on purchasing. These can relate to age, amount of product purchased at one time and type of product. For example, in some states, CBD is legal to purchase but it can’t be added to food products like coffee or smoothies. When in doubt, please check your state’s specific CBD regulations.

Which states still consider CBD illegal?
Laws are always changing and we try to keep our CBD guide updated as much as possible. As of 2020, there are only three states where CBD is outlawed: South Dakota, Nebraska and Idaho.
Can I purchase CBD online?

Yes! Since CBD is federally legal, you can purchase hemp products online. Federal law also allows hemp to be sold and transported across state lines. While you likely won’t get in trouble for purchasing it online even in states where CBD is still banned, we always recommend checking local and state laws before purchasing.

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