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FAQ

Helpful Information

 

Is Hemp Legal?

Yes. Our hemp products have less than 0.3% THC content and therefore federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. It is legal to consume, possess, cultivate, transport, sell, and purchase hemp throughout the United States and in many countries internationally.

What is Cannabidiol?

Cannabidiol is a natural, non-intoxicating, compound found naturally in hemp and marijuana plants.

Does Hemp get you high?

No. Unlike marijuana, Hemp doesn’t produce a psychoactive effect. The “high” associated with cannabis is caused by a different cannabinoid: THC (d-9 tetrahydrocannabinol).

What are the benefits of Hemp?

While the benefits of cannabidiol are still being researched, people may use hemp as a natural mood or energy enhancer, or to manage discomfort, inflammation, sleep, pain or anxiety.  Hemp is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease.

How old must you be to purchase smokable hemp?

Anyone over the age of 18 can purchase smokable hemp in the United States.

What is Hemp Flower?

The flower on a female hemp plant is often referred to as the “bud”. In this natural form the full spectrum of cannabinoids (i.e., CBD, CBG, CBN, and tiny amounts of THC) can be extracted from the plant.

Why are the benefits of smoking Hemp Flower?

Smoking “whole plant” hemp provides a more natural overall effect than extracted CBD isolates such as tinctures, vape cartridges, or edibles.

What are the benefits of ingesting Hemp?

Although smoking generally provides more CBD, ingesting (in the form of natural full spectrum infused oil, pills, sprays or tinctures) may provide nutritional benefits such as: vitamins, minerals, proteins and fatty acids.

What part of the plant is CBD extracted from?

Though CBD can be extracted from all parts of the plant, hemp flowers have the highest concentration of full-spectrum cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes! That’s why Temple Farms specializes in cultivating premium hemp flower for a quality full-spectrum experience.

How is hemp flower different from marijuana?

Both are cannabis plants (and look similar), but the benefits, side effects and legality of hemp flower is distinctly different from marijuana. The only difference is the amount of the psychoactive cannabinoid - THC. Hemp has less than 0.3% THC.  Thus, Hemp can provide many of the benefits of marijuana, but without the psychoactive THC "high".

What are different ways to use Hemp?

There are many ways to enjoy hemp, including:

  • Smoking (flower, vape oil)

  • Edibles (gummies, olive oils, teas, butter, cookies)

  • Tinctures (oil drops)

  • Topicals (ointments, lotions, sprays)

How do I know if it’s quality Hemp?

Ensure that your hemp is tested and certified for quality by accredited third-party laboratories. At Temple Farms, we grow small-batch hemp for a reason: quality. Our naturally-grown plants are tested, CDFA approved, and home-grown with love under the California sun.


We’re happy to provide more information - feel free to contact us! 

How does hemp work with the brain / body?

Hemp interacts with your body and brain via the endocannabinoid system, a system of receptors that acts at the body’s “master regulatory system” by communicating with other bodily systems to promote homeostasis (or balance).

What’s the right dose of hemp for me?

Each body is different and can expect a unique response to any supplement. Consider consulting a physician before using any ingestible hemp product. Start with small amounts until you find what works for you.

Is CBD derived from hemp less potent than CBD from marijuana?

No. The main difference is amount of psychoactive THC (Hemp must have less than 0.3% THC).  With hemp you can get the benefits of full spectrum cannabinoids - without the psychoactive side effects of marijuana.

Is Hemp addictive?

Hemp is not known to have addictive properties. Because it does not bind to specific receptors in the brain (it modulates and regulates instead), stopping “cold turkey” should not produce withdrawal effects. You may wish to consult a physician for more information.