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CBD (short for Cannabidiol) is one of the most studied cannabinoids, second only to THC. Being non-psychoactive, CBD provides numerous benefits without THC’s intoxicating effects. CBD promotes a good night’s rest, aids in relief, balances mood, enhances relaxation, promotes recovery, supports the immune system and more.

Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, naturally occurs within the tiny hairlike structures known as trichomes that grow on hemp and cannabis. The first cannabinoid molecule to be discovered in 1940, researchers have been studying CBD’s numerous benefits ever since. Cannabidiol exists in two states, CBD and CBD-a.


The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a recently discovered group of endogenous cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body. The endocannabinoid receptors that make up the ECS are located in our Central Nervous System (CNS), Peripheral Nervous System (PNS), and Immune System. Our CNS includes our brain and spinal cord, while the PNS acts as a communication network linking our CNS to the rest of our body. Our brains contain the heaviest concentration of cannabinoid receptors, but there’s no shortage of them in our organs, tissues, glands, and more. The saturation of ECS receptors throughout our body is part of why CBD has so many uses and is so effective.


Cannabinoids are organic molecules naturally produced by hemp and cannabis which activate two of the body’s central nervous system receptors: CB1 and CB2.* CB1 receptors are primarily located in the brain, while CB2 receptors are spread throughout the rest of the body. Because CBD does not activate the brain’s CB1 receptors, it is largely non-psychoactive. Each of the 100+ known cannabinoids have unique receptor interactions, producing individual results. Research has also shown that cannabinoids’ benefits multiply when used together, producing what is called the “entourage effect.” *More information on receptor activation and their effects on the body should be researched through reliable sources. We cannot provide health claims.


A number of factors determine your ideal CBD serving. This can include your weight, metabolism, and genetics, among others. Because each individual’s endocannabinoid system is unique, some people may only require a small amount of CBD to receive their desired benefits, while others may require much higher serving to experience the same effects. If this is your first time trying CBD, we recommend starting with a small serving of only 10-25mg and increasing it later if desired. CBD can take time to work, so wait up to 2 hours before ingesting another serving. Some people may require up to 100-150mg per serving or more of CBD to get the desired effect.


CBD does not cause the mind-altering “high” that is often sought out amongst cannabis consumers. It’s another compound, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), that causes the mind-altering effects. It is for this reason that CBD is not considered psychoactive. However, the compound does have an effect on the brain and your mood. CBD and THC both engage the brain in different ways. THC binds directly to special locations in the cell known as cannabinoid receptors. These receptors were named after the active compounds in cannabis, called cannabinoids. Both THC and CBD are cannabinoids. THC directly engages cannabinoid receptors, causing a near immediate psychoactive high. CBD, however, engages a different location on these receptors (like a side pocket). While CBD does not produce a stand-apart psychoactive experience by connecting with this location, the molecule does alter the effects of other compounds that try to link up to the same spot.


If you are trying CBD for the first time, you may not be sure what you should be searching for. For the first time buyer, it can be a challenge to sort through all of the options. Many retailers sell “hemp seed oil,” but these products should not to be confused with CBD. Hemp seed oil is extracted by pressing the seeds of the hemp plant. While hemp seed oil does possess a number of health-related benefits, hemp seeds do not contain any cannabinoids, so products labeled as “hemp seed oil” do not provide the reported benefits of CBD, or other cannabinoid-based products. The Hemp Industries Association makes the distinction between hemp seed oil and CBD extracts, stating, “CBD is not a product or component of hemp seeds and labeling to that effect is misleading and motivated by the desire to take advantage of the legal gray area of CBD.”


Hemp is a bioaccumulator, which means that it uptakes soil and air contents faster than it excretes them. This means that there is a potential for the CBD derived from hemp to retain environmental pollutants depending on where it is grown.  This can create serious problems from products derived from China or other places where there are large levels of soil contamination or air pollution. China is currently the worlds largest hemp producer, and much of the CBD on the marketplace is produced overseas in places where there is less regulation regarding heavy metals.  Even in the United States, there is potential for soil contamination on industrial lands, downstream of mines or other contaminated areas because hemp will accumulate toxins faster than other plants.

Hemp is a hearty plant, so pesticide usage on hemp itself is generally rather minimal. The problem is that hemp, being such a new crop, is often planted on land that was recently used for other agricultural purposes. Those previous crops are very likely to have been exposed to pesticides and the pesticides will stay in the soil for years. Hemp does an amazing job at removing and cleaning up the pesticides from the soil, but in this process will carry the pesticides into the plant and the finished product.  Depending on where the hemp is grown, it may also be exposed to pesticides that are sprayed in the air.  Since hemp is extracted and refined down, the pesticide levels reflected in finished products will generally be much higher than those found in other products grown in the same conditions.

Testing practices are critical to being able to ensure a safe and consistent product. We have all our CBD products third-party tested to ensure all our products are safe for consumption.


We do use hemp seed oil as an added ingredient sometimes in our products, but the hemp seed oil itself does not contain CBD. Our CBD products are extracted from industrial hemp, which is grown to contain high concentrations of CBD. No hemp seeds are intentionally used during this process but may incidentally be extracted.


Yes. CBD that is extracted from Industrial Registered Hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC is legal. It is the consumer’s responsibility to know applicable state and local laws in regard to consumption of CBD.

Do Your Products Contain THC?

Our products have less than 0.3% THC.

Where Do You Source Your Hemp From?

We source hemp extracts from all natural, pesticide free farms in Colorado and Texas. These farms utilize organic, sustainable practices, and nutrients that are GMO free. The farms we work with grow hemp in full compliance with the Colorado & TexasDepartment of Agriculture’s Industrial hemp program.

Do You Test Your Products ? How DO You Ensure Product Quality And Consistency?

We strive to implement the latest cGMP’s in our production, and all subsequent processes. We use independent 3rd Party labs to test the quality and safety of all of our products. Additional testing is conducted on all raw materials, extracts and final products, held to industry standards of purity and consistency.


Typical UA analysis tests are for THC and not CBD. While hemp-based CBD products are manufactured from hemp plants containing less than 0.3% THC, there are still trace amounts. There is a small percentage that consuming CBD may lead to a positive drug test for THC, as it does with any product made from hemp. If this is a significant concern, we advise speaking with your employer or doctor before use.


Terpenes are a class of volatile hydrocarbon compounds produced in the flower clusters of hemp and cannabis plants. Terpenes are naturally present in plants and they contribute to the plants’ unique taste, smell and color. Terpenes have been utilized by humans for millennia in a healing modality known as aromatherapy. Terpenes are recognized as safe for human consumption by the Food and Drug Association and are used in a wide variety of food and cosmetic products.


CBD Isolate is the highest concentration form of CBD. CBD Isolate is produced by removing all other compounds from the plant – terpenes, flavonoids and other cannabinoids, including THC – to leave just the CBD for the consumer. This form of CBD is best used for those that are concerned with drug testing at their place of employment or have a sensitivity to THC, and do not need the benefits of other cannabinoids.


Full Spectrum CBD Oil is CBD oil that is extracted from the hemp plant with all of the other compounds present in the plant remaining. Meaning, it has not gone through the refinement process necessary to isolate the CBD. Full Spectrum CBD include terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids to help create a full body or “entourage effect.” Full Spectrum CBD is best for those that want the full benefits of the entourage effect and do not mind trace amounts of THC in their CBD product. We use only less than 0.3% THC in our Happy Eddie CBD Full Spectrum products.


In looking at the composition of Broad Spectrum CBD, it falls between Full Spectrum CBD and CBD Isolate. Similar to Full Spectrum CBD, the user is getting the benefits of the entourage effect because it contains multiple cannabinoids. However, just like CBD Isolate, the THC is completely removed from Broad Spectrum CBD. This extraction of CBD is best for those that want more than just CBD Isolate, but are either hesitant to have any THC in their product or live in states with strict THC laws.

What is CBD Oil?

CBD Oil also known as cannabidiol, which is a naturally-occurring substance extracted from the cannabis plant. CBD Oil is just one of the cannabinoids present in cannabis, and it is known for its relief and wellness properties. It is extracted from the hemp plant and diluted with a carrier oil to meet the desired dose. CBD Oils can be made into a tincture, a topical serum or cream that is used on the skin, or a water soluble that dissolves in water or any other drink. CBD oil can also be used for skin care and other additional body and skin health purposes. See our line of product below.

What is CBN?

Cannabinol (CBN) is a mildly psychoactive compound in marijuana and is unique to the plant. According to Steep Hill Labs, Cannabinol is the most sedative known cannabinoid, which makes it an ideal cannabinoid for a solid night of sleep.

What are CBD Gummies?

CBD Gummies are consumable supplements that contain cannabidiol (CBD) oil. CBD Gummies should only be consumed as directed by taking 1 or 2 gummies, or about 20-25 mg of CBD, per day. CBD gummies are made with full spectrum hemp oil extracted from high-quality non-GMO hemp grown in the USA. The hemp oil is then infused into gummies to create a convenient way to consume CBD.

What is CBD Lotion?

A CBD topical also know as CBD lotion, or skincare product infused with hemp-derived CBD. These topical products are often used to help with localized discomfort and health support. CBD also supports joint and cartilage function, so many people use CBD topically on their hands or other joints to provide support and relief from discomfort.

What is Delta 9?

The most well-known cannabinoid in the world is Delta 9 Tetrahydrocannabinol or (D9 THC or Delta-9) made from cannabis sativa. Remember what people rolled into joints in the 60s? Well, this is the same kind of Delta 9 THC with a legal status that allows you to enjoy it without going to a dispensary or having a medical card. Delta 9 THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) is the major psychoactive constituent bringing you the euphoric effects.

Whether it's for medical use or recreational purposes, the cannabis industry has been booming. Cannabis products are only available in select states so that's why we decided to conduct thorough R&D to formulate Delta 9 THC from derived from industrial hemp which provides the psychoactive effects while lawfully meeting the guidelines in order to offer these products to the market.

What is Delta 8?

Because cannabis sativa contains only a small amount of delta-8 THC, it’s typically manufactured in concentrated amounts from hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD). While CBD doesn’t have any intoxicating effects, delta-8 THC has similar psychoactive properties to delta-9 THC, although it is generally less potent than delta-9.

Delta-8 THC products are available in many forms, including gummies, chocolate and other candies, cookies, tinctures, vaping cartridges, infused drinks and even breakfast cereal. It produces psychoactive effects but with less potency and is often derived from hemp, making it a popular choice for those seeking milder euphoria.

What are the benefits of Delta 8 and Delta 9?

People choose Delta 9 THC for its psychoactive effects.  As more studies are released, the health benefits of compounds found in hemp have been known to support various health functions in the body, including sleep, mood, and energy.  The beneficial effects continue as the molecular compound (also referred to as a 'cannabinoid') of Delta-9 interacts with the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the body's endocannabinoid system to produce the entourage effect which helps the body enter homeostasis.  This type of THC, along with other legal types such as Delta 8 THC, provides compounding benefits when multiple cannabinoids interact in the body.

Depending on quality, quantity and other factors, both delta-8 THC and delta-9 THC can produce intoxicatingly psychoactive effects, or a “high.” In spite of their similarities, delta-8 THC and delta-9 THC also have important differences you should understand before consuming either substance.

Is Delta 8 or Delta 9 Legal?

Delta 8 and 9 hemp has been legal on a federal level since the 2018 United States Farm Bill passed, which decriminalized hemp and hemp products. According to federal law, hemp products can’t contain more than 0.3% THC as measured on a dry weight basis, so each edible meets this standard making it legal according to the Farm Bill. The Delta 9 THC content we produce is federally legal since it meets the Farm Bill requirements of being derived from Industrial Hemp.

How Should I Properly Store My Products?

We recommend that you store each product in a cool, dark location. Storing our products in a refrigerated environment will prolong the shelf life.

My Order Is Incorrect, What Should I Do?

Please email us at your earliest convenience at sales@happy-eddie.com with your order number and any details. We’ll do everything we can to make it right, in the meantime please refer to our policy page for terms and conditions. Every item undergoes scrutinous inspection before shipping to you. If your package is damaged or missing, please let us know the day it is delivered to you.

Do you ship Internationally?

No, we currently do not ship internationally. Please check back periodically to see if our policy has changed.

Is It Legal To Ship Your Products Across State Lines?

Yes, we can legally ship to all 50 states. This is because our products are below the 0.3% THC threshold.

I Would Like To Purchase Your Products In Bulk. Who Should I contact?

Please send us an email sales@happy-eddie.com for information on our wholesale program.

How Old Do I Have To Be In Order To Purchase CBD Products?

Pending state and federal guidance, you must be 21 years or older to purchase our CBD products.  The legal age for purchasing CBD products varies across different states in the United States. Approximately 75% of states have set the legal age for CBD at 18 or 21. In states where the legal age for CBD is 21, it is often aligned with the legal drinking age. It is important to be aware of these age restrictions to ensure compliance with the law and avoid any potential penalties.