Can i vape or smoke hemp oil?
No! hemp oil is only for food consumption only.
Is hemp foods safe for pregnant women?
Yes! Hemp contains numerous nutritional benefits, including folic acid, so it is a safe and delicious addition to expectant mothers’ diets.
Are hemp foods safe for children?
Absolutely! Just remember to consider body weight when determining serving size – much like you would with any other food. As a general guideline, cut the recommended serving size shown on each package by 1/3 or ½ depending on the child’s age and size.
What about pets – are hemp foods safe for animals?
Hemp is not an animal food manufacturer so we recommend contacting your trusted animal care professional for specific advice. However, our staff has commented about the observed benefits of adding hemp foods (hemp oil in particular) to their own pets’ diet.The omega fats founds in hemp food products have been shown to be therapeutic with animals’ coats, joints, digestive systems, energy levels and overall well-being. Plus, most animals seem to love the rich nutty taste of hemp seed oil. Just like with humans, be conscious of your pet’s weight when determining how much hemp seed oil to add to your pet’s food. A good parameter for oil is 1 teaspoon per 10 pounds of body weight.
Do You Offer Discreet Packaging?
We will always ship your packages discreetly. Everything is sent out in plain or USPS packaging, free of any advertising. Our shipping labels have a simple return address name of “THO”.
When Will I Receive My Order?
At checkout, you can choose between the following shipping speeds:
Standard Shipping (USPS First Class) 3-6 days
Priority Shipping (USPS Priority) 2-3 days
Express Shipping (USPS Priority Express) 1-2 days
All orders ship 1-3 days after the order is placed.
Is it Legal?
Yes. Tasty Hemp Oil products are food supplements, made with legally imported industrial hemp from quality farms in Europe. The oil is rich in CBD and may contain trace amounts of THC (less that 0.3%). While we can not use domestically grown hemp at this time, our imported hemp is treated differently and considered legal to consume and ship in all 50 states.
Why Should I Use Tasty Hemp Oil Products?
Tasty Hemp Oil products are manufactured under strict quality controls in an FDA-registered Michigan facility. We take customer satisfaction very seriously to consistently provide you with great customer service, education to help you get started, and of course high quality products. We have a third party lab test our products to verify CBD content, so you can have peace of mind in knowing that you will always receive what’s advertised on the bottle. Our production team works diligently to formulate great tasting CBD vape oil for you to enjoy, using a hemp oil base with natural CBD and potentially trace amounts of other phytocannabinoids or terpenoids.
Will I Fail a Drug Test?
When shopping for CBD-rich hemp oil supplements, please understand that they may contain trace amounts of THC. Although considerably unlikely to fail, we can not guarantee that you will receive certain drug test results after using our products.
Can CBD Cure Me?
Just a little online research will bring you an enormous amount of information on CBD and what studies suggest it can do. We’re excited to hear success stories and studies, which we frequently talk about in our blog; but large clinical research is still lacking. We are not doctors, so we can’t diagnose, treat or prescribe for any disease. We encourage you to read our articles as well as perform your own research to decide if CBD products are worth a try.
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of many compounds found in cannabis plants, known collectively as cannabinoids. CBD is one of the most commonly found and studied cannabinoids. It’s non-psychoactive, so it will not cause a high. CBD interacts with our Endocannabinoid System —a system consisting of at least two receptors, located in the brain, peripheral organs, central nervous system, and many other areas.
What are the differences between hemp and cannabis?
Hemp & Cannabis are both part of the cannabis plant family but are VERY different. Hemp is grown for industrial purposes: food, fiber and fuel. The difference between hemp and Cannabis is similar to the difference between poppies that are grown to make opium narcotic and the poppies that are grown for the poppy seeds that are used in food products such as bagels.Another comparison that illustrates the difference between hemp and marijuana would be the comparison between a sweet pepper and a hot pepper, or a Chihuahua and a St. Bernard.Hemp products contain less than 10ppm (parts per million), or 0.001% of Delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC) and will NOT cause a psychoactive effect nor will our products cause a false positive drug screening test.
Will I get “high” or fail a drug test if I eat hemp foods?
NO! The amount of THC present in all hemp food products, and has set the limit at safety factor of 10 PPM (parts per million) It is impossible to ingest enough hemp food products to build up the required THC metabolite that would trigger a false positive. Cannabis oil, which is commonly known as hash oil but sometimes incorrectly called hemp oil, comes from the leaves and flowers of the cannabis plant. It contains the chemical THC in varying amounts (depending on how the oil has been processed).
What are the nutritional benefits of hemp in our diet?
The major nutritional benefits of hemp food products are derived from the high quality and highly digestible vegan protein, which includes all of the essential amino acids that humans need to live.Hemp food products also contain the essential fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6 which the body can not produce, so they must be consumed in the foods we eat. The ratio of Omega 6: Omega 3 in hemp foods is 3:1, which is the widely recommended and optimum ratio to maintain a balanced diet of essential fatty acids.Hemp foods also naturally contain an interesting array of important vitamins and minerals, making it easy to obtain your daily requirements when you add hemp foods to your diet. Hemp seeds also provide a source of dietary insoluble fiber, a much needed addition to everyone’s diet.
Are their any precautions or warnings to consuming Hemp food products?
Since hemp foods contain Omega 3 fatty acids and some people can react to Omega 3 fatty acids, caution should be taken for the following conditions:
1) People who bruise easily, have a bleeding disorder, or take blood thinning medications including warfarin (Coumadin), clopidogrel (Plavix), or aspirin. High doses of omega-3 fatty acids may increase the risk of bleeding, even in people without a history of bleeding disorders and even in those who are not taking other medications.
2) People with either diabetes or schizophrenia may lack the ability to convert alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) to eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), the forms more readily used in the body. People with these conditions should be sure to get enough EPA and DHA from their diets.
Are there any possible interactions with other medications?
If you are currently being treated with any of the following medications, you should not use omega-3 fatty acid supplements, including eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), without first talking to your health care provider.
1) Blood thinning medications — Omega-3 fatty acids may increase the effects of blood thinning medications, including aspirin, warfarin (Coumadin), and clopedigrel (Plavix). Taking aspirin and omega-3 fatty acids may be helpful in some circumstances (such as in heart disease), but they should only be taken together under the supervision of a health care provider.
2) Diabetes medications — Taking omega-3 fatty acid supplements may increase fasting blood sugar levels. Use with caution if taking medications to lower blood sugar, such as glipizide (Glucotrol and Glucotrol XL), glyburide (Micronase or Diabeta), glucophage (Metformin), or insulin. Your doctor may need to increase your medication dose.
What kind of carbohydrates/sugars does hemp contain?
Hemp contains no starch. The only sugar that hemp contains is sucrose in very small quantities. Whole hemp seed is 35.4% carbohydrates, but that is mainly dietary fiber (34.8%), of which it is mainly insoluble fiber. The remaining carbohydrate is sucrose at ~0.8 g/100g. Starches are polysaccharides made of glucose.