Frequently asked questions

CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol, it’s one of the most prominent naturally occurring cannabinoid found in hemp. CBD is the focus of many advanced medical studies both domestically and abroad.

CBD, the non-psychoactive compounds of the cannabis plant. Hemp oil does not have the psychoactive qualities found in THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) , and can be used without the risk or concern of impairment.

Hemp-derived CBD is able to be shipped to all 50 states.

You should always check with your local government officer, police department, or customs office for the most up to date information regarding the legality of CBD in your municipality. This article should not be considered legal advice, so we strongly recommend that you check with your own local administration to ensure that you are happy with the level of legality of consuming these products before you buy them.

CBD providers, manufacturers, and distributors are not permitted to make medical claims on the potential health benefits of CBD or any cannabinoid for that matter.

However us at Dr. CBD have received various feedback regarding clients utilizing CBD to help with the following ailments:



Anxiety (people and pets)



Crohn’s Disease




General Inflammation



Parkinson’s Disease

Physical soreness/pain


With any dietary supplement or vitamin it is good practice to start with a smaller serving size and increase until desired effects are reached.

Desired effects will vary from person to person. Discretion is advised, however, as a loose estimation, 5-20 mg per dose and anywhere from 10 – 200 mg per day is a good start.

CBD and grapefruit share a at least one common enzyme (P450) which can affect how your body processes certain medications. If you have received specific instructions from a medical trusted professional regarding grapefruit, please treat all CBD products with the same caution.

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