Listed below are frequently asked questions from customers, posted here to support you and any queries you might have..

If the information below still doesn't answer any queries you have, please submit your question at the bottom of the page and we'll get back to you. 

💥 How does delivery work?

We offer FAST and FREE shipping to anywhere in Australia. After processing during business hours, all items ship via Australia Post. Please allow 2 to 3 business days for your delivery within SA. Outside of SA may take a little longer (5-7 business days).

* PLEASE NOTE due to the current global pandemic AusPost are experiencing delays*

💥 How does I use a discount code?

Please add the discount code while checking out. Please note we only allow 1 code to be used at a time.

💥 What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis, a plant with a rich history as a medicine going back thousands of years. Today the therapeutic properties of CBD are being tested and confirmed by scientists and doctors around the world. A safe, non-addictive substance, CBD is one of more than a hundred “phytocannabinoids,” which are unique to cannabis and endow the plant with its robust therapeutic profile.

CBD is closely related to another important medicinally active phytocannabinoid: tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the compound that causes the high that cannabis is famous for. These are the two components of cannabis that have been most studied by scientists.

Both CBD and THC have significant therapeutic attributes. But unlike THC, CBD does not make a person feel “stoned” or intoxicated. That’s because CBD and THC act in different ways on different receptors in the brain and body.

💥  Is CBD Safe?

According to the World Health Organization CBD is generally tolerated by most humans.  It also offers as a treatment for Lennox-Gastaut and Dravet syndromes – two severe childhood-onset seizure disorders.

💥 Does CBD make you 'high'?

No. CBD can actually lessen or neutralize the psychoactive effects of THC, depending on how much of each compound is consumed. 

💥 How much should I take? 

Shake well before use

Take 1-2 (Morning & Night) times daily as required, place 15 drops (1/2 dropper) under tongue, wait 60-90 seconds before swallowing to experience full affect.

💥 When should I take CBD?

To experience the full affects of CBD take twice daily (Day & Night) consistently for 1-2 weeks. Each person can respond differently, we recommend starting off with small doses dependent on your individual circumstances.

💥 How does CBD make you feel?

The way we describe taking CBD is that it’s not about what you feel, but it’s more about what you don’t feel, If you have pain or anxiety, once the effects of CBD start setting in, it’s almost like it’s whisked away and it’s not there anymore. But it’s not about totally changing your current state.  It’s more about melting away whatever’s getting in your way of living well, so that you can focus on living your life.

Many people experience positive effects after consuming CBD, including feeling relaxed and calm. Some people describe the sensation of taking CBD as being similar to having a burden lifted from their shoulders, as if they had been carrying around a weight for so long that they forgot how heavy it was.

💥 Can I add CBD to a drink?

Yes! By all means add your CBD into any drink, morning or night. We love adding it into our morning smoothies!  

💥  Is it safe to drive while consuming CBD?

All of our CBD oils contain 0% THC, meaning you are in no way impaired. Resulting in it being safe to still drive while you are consuming CBD. 

💥  CBD and Receptors CB1 & CB2

When taken CBD affects two main cannabinoid receptors in the body. There is CB1, which is primarily located in the brain and central nervous system (nerves of the brain and spinal cord) and CB2, which is located in our immune system cells, gastrointestinal tract, and peripheral nervous system (nerves extending to the rest of the body from the brain and spinal cord).

This is important because the effects of activating these receptors can be quite noticeable. For instance, some studies have found that activation of CB2 receptors can rid the brain of beta-amyloid protein – a plaque found in people with Alzheimer’s disease while activation of CB1 receptors can positively impact depression, reduce fear and paranoia, and lower intestinal inflammation and blood pressure. CB1 receptor activation can even give relief to one of the most prevalent mental disorders in Australia – anxiety.


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