Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions

CBD

What is CBD and how will it make me feel?


CBD is short for cannabidiol. It is just one of many different molecules known as cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. CBD has many beneficial properties and is commonly used to promote overall wellness. CBD’s effects are a result of its interaction with the endocannabinoid system. CBD impacts the ECS indirectly, most often through activation of outside receptors and interaction with enzymes.




Can I overdose on CBD?


There is no record of anyone ever overdosing on CBD. CBD is completely non-toxic. However, extremely large servings of CBD may cause drowsiness.




What is CBD used for?


Many people use CBD to support the body’s natural systems. Cannabinoids are an integral part of the human body’s ability to regulate and balance a wide variety of physiological systems. CBD is also used by some for specific purposes such as supporting a good night’s rest or maintaining well-functioning joints.





CBG






Delta 8

What is Delta 8 and how will it make me feel?


Delta-8 is a cannabinoid that is naturally in the cannabis plant. It exists in small amounts in these plants. Most delta-8 is derived from hemp plants or CBD. It is important to note that Delta-8 THC is different than delta-9 THC. Delta-8 is a minor cannabinoid with a different set of attributes. The location of the double bonds in their molecular change are different than delta-9. There is still little available research for us to easily identify how delta-8 can benefit well being. People report that Delta-8 feels inbetween CBD and Delta-9. Depending on the time of day or the particular application different benefits can be attained. You may find that you are more focused, energized, uplifted, or deeply resting through the night depending on when you take delta-8. Here are some additional resources to read up on this exciting cannabinoid. https://www.greenmarketreport.com/delta-8-thc-benefits-how-it-works-scientific-evidence/ https://www.leafly.com/news/science-tech/what-is-delta8-thc




Is Delta 8 legal?


Under current law Delta-8 is federally legal. There is a grey area with how the Delta-8 was derived. If in its natural form from hemp, it is not listed as a controlled substance by the DEA. In 2018 the Farm Bill was passed which created legislation of hemp-derived products with less than 0.3% THC. These products were exempted from the list of controlled substances. That means it is legal to use and distribute such products provided it has THC within the allowed limits. If delta-8 THC is derived from hemp, which has negligible THC traces, it’s technically legal on a federal level. At a state level: 11 states have banned Delta-8. Including: Utah, Rhode Island, Montana, Mississippi, Iowa, Idaho, Delaware, Colorado, Arkansas, Arizona, and Alaska. It is important to stay up on your own State's law before purchasing Delta-8 products.





About our Products

Can I view lab results?


Yes, our lab reports for each batch are posted on our website. Click here to see our most recent lab reports.




How do I know your products are safe and effective?


There are no known incidences of illness caused by consumption of cannabinoids including CBG and CBD. Also DGR Hemp's products undergo rigorous testing to guarantee they are free of any potential contaminants. For specific questions or concerns please feel free to call, email or use the contact form.




How do I choose a product right for me?


The ideal method for taking CBD depends on the reason for which it’s being taken as well as your preference for its format. If using CBD oil for general wellness, tinctures or capsules are recommended. However, gummies might be preferred for their flavor or vapes for their ease of use — it might take a couple of tries to find the perfect product for you.




How are your products different from others?


DGR Hemp products are specifically developed for high potency and easy absorption. All of our broad spectrum products contain 0.0% THC, CBD oil. We also use a patented nanoemulsion method to make our CBD softgels water soluble, resulting in a higher bioavailability than standard products. This means more of the CBD gets put to use by your body. Our CBD oil is extracted using a gentle process that does not involve harsh solvents that can degrade beneficial compounds. We use only the finest available ingredients in our products and make sure they’re organic whenever possible.





Hemp Flower

Is hemp flower legal?


Yes, it is federally legal. Hemp flower is defined by the 2018 Farm Bill, and states when it is grown and produced in accordance with the Agricultural Improvement Act 2018 Section 12619, and contain less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC, it is legal. While the products may look like marijuana, they are not. “Industrial Hemp” as defined by Section 12619(b)(2) in the Agricultural Act of 2018, “means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of such plant, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.” As such, any “industrial hemp” products are exempt from the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 801 et seq.) and are perfectly legal to possess, use, and distribute. Any state law to the contrary is preempted pursuant to the Full Faith and Credit Clause and the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution, Article VI, Sections 1 and 2.




Is there a difference between hemp and marijuana?


All the termanolgy can be quite confusing. Hemp and marijuana are classified biologically as cannabis. However, there are differences between them based off definition of the language. A variety of Cannabis sativa L, hemp is a plant that has a wide variety of purpose that have been used for over 10,000 years. We get fiber from the plant's stems, protein from the seeds, oils from the leaves, and oils from the smokable flowers. Hemp fibers can be used to make items including paper, clothing, textiles, rope — even building materials. The entire plant can essentially be used. Hemp produces a broad range of cannabinoids, including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the intoxicating cannabinoid in marijuana. However, hemp does not produce enough THC to create intoxicating effects. Many countries differentiate hemp from marijuana by the amount of THC produced by the plant. In the US, industrial hemp is defined as Cannabis sativa L. that does not contain more than 0.3% THC. Marijuana contains THC, which is a cannabinoid that causes a high. Medical cannabis can cause severe impairments depending on amount consumed. CBD and many other cannabinoids are not psychotropic, meaning that it does not cause a high. They can be used while working, driving or undertaking any other physical activities such as exercise and sports.




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What are different ways I can use hemp flower?


Hemp flower purchased from DGR Hemp can be used as smokable flower or it can be used to make your own oil, rosin, tinctures, edibles, lotions, salves, tea, etc.





Policies

What is your return policy?


At DGR Hemp we want you to feel confident in our company and satified with our products. Please take note of the following money-back satisfaction guarantee. Flower- 7day money back guarantee Edibles- 7 day money back guarantee Tinctures- 30 day money back guarantee Salves- 15 day money back guarantee If you are not completely satisfied with our products for any reason, simply let us know by email at dgrhemp@gmail.com or through our Contact Us page and we will give you a full refund.